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Microsoft to install Opera browser on low, mid-market <strong>phones</strong>

Microsoft to install Opera browser on low, mid-market phones

22 Aug 2014

Oslo: Microsoft has agreed to install Opera Software's Internet browser on low and mid-market mobile phones it inherited from Nokia, potentially putting Opera Mini on another 100 million phones year.

Microsoft,   Opera,   Internet browser,   Mobile phones,   Nokia,   Opera Mini,  
Canadian gaming start-up to launch India operations

Canadian gaming start-up to launch India operations

22 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Play It Interactive, a Canada-based mobile gaming start-up, will invest USD 1.1 million (Rs.6.6 crore) to drive its business and product development in India."This round of financing will allow Play It Interactive to build on opportunities in India and surrounding countries," said Cory Cleveland, president and co-founder of Play It Interactive.

Game,   Canadian gaming,   launch,   mobile gaming,   Indian market,  
New device brings wireless charging to cell <strong>phones</strong>, laptops

New device brings wireless charging to cell phones, laptops

21 Aug 2014

London: Researchers have designed a new device for wireless energy transfer that can charge mobile phones or laptops without using cables.

Researchers,   Wireless charger,   Mobile phones charger,   Laptop chargers,   Wireless device,   Wireless mobile charger,  
Film on Indira Gandhi's assassins barred from release

Film on Indira Gandhi's assassins barred from release

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The government has barred the release of controversial Punjabi film 'Kaum De Heere' based on former prime minister Indira Gandhi's assassination on Friday citing apprehensions of law and order problems in parts of the country.

Indira Gandhi,   Kaum De Heere,   former prime minister,   Central Board of Film Certification,   CBFC,   Information and Broadcasting Ministry,  
Indian online market set to explode: Google study

Indian online market set to explode: Google study

22 Aug 2014

Mumbai: With the Indian online market set to explode, telecom companies stand to generate an additional revenue of  USD 8 billion and EBITDA of USD 2.9 billion over the next three years, a joint study by Google and AT Kearney has forecasted.

Indian online market,   Indian Telecom sector,   Mobile Internet users,   Smartphone Users,   E-store,   E-care,   Google India,   ,  
Facebook offers free internet access to Zambians

Facebook offers free internet access to Zambians

18 Aug 2014

New York: Facebook has launched a free app that provides limited internet access to people in the African nation Zambia who have mobile phones without data plans. Airtel customers can download the app called Internet.org for access to 13 outlets, including Facebook and Wikipedia, SF Gate reported.

Facebook,   social networking,   Zambians,   mobile phones,   free access,   internet,  
MHA asks IB Ministry to review censor clearance to film on Indira assassination

MHA asks IB Ministry to review censor clearance to film on Indira assassination

21 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Home Ministry has expressed reservation and serious concern over the contents of a Punjabi film on former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination and asked the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to take a relook at the clearance given to it.

MHA,   Indira Gandhi,   Home Ministry,   Indira Gandhi's assassination,   Information and Broadcasting ministry,  
Cabinet approves <strong>mobile</strong> phone towers in 10 extremist-hit states

Cabinet approves mobile phone towers in 10 extremist-hit states

21 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved provision of mobile phone services at 2,199 locations in 10 states affected by Left-wing extremism.

Union Cabinet,   Mobile phone,   Phone services,   Left-wing extremism,   Naxals,   Army,  
178 million <strong>phones</strong> at security risk in Middle East, Africa: report

178 million phones at security risk in Middle East, Africa: report

20 Aug 2014

Dubai: Over 94 percent of popular Android applications used in the Middle East and Africa are potentially vulnerable, according to a report.

Phone security,   Android users,   Android Internal Storage,   Android Debug Bridge,   Palo Alto Networks,   USB debugging,   Android hackers,  
Samsung <strong>Mobile</strong> targets 40 percent sales growth this year in Kerala

Samsung Mobile targets 40 percent sales growth this year in Kerala

20 Aug 2014

Kochi: Samsung Mobile is targeting a 40 percent sales growth this year from Kerala by adopting 'aggressive' marketing approach during the Onam festival, a top official said on Wednesday.

Samsung Mobile,   Kerala,   sales growth,   Raju Pullan,   Director,   Samsung Mobile,   ,  

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