Samsung appoints new mobile chief as Huawei chips away at market share
Samsung appointed Roh Tae-moon, currently its youngest-ever president at 51, as mobile chief as part of a reshuffle that came later than usual amid a series of court cases involving some of its top executives including leader Jay. Y Lee. Roh championed Samsung's shift to outsource more handset production to cut costs and better compete with lower-priced Chinese smartphone makers.
Samsung to set up India’s 1st mobile display plant
The South Korean company is investing more than Rs 3,500 crore in this facility in Noida, as per a regulatory filing with the Registrar of Companies (RoC). It could later be expanded to manufacture displays of other devices as well.
Telecom companies starved for funds, your mobile bill may rise up to 30%
Voda Idea and Airtel, staring at huge payouts as AGR dues, need to raise prices to rebuild financial strength.
Prepaid mobile connections restored in Jammu and Kashmir
Internet service providers have been asked to provide fixed line Internet connectivity in all the 10 districts of Jammu region and two districts, Kupwara and Bandipora, in North Kashmir. Rohit Kansal, the principal secretary to the administration of Jammu and Kashmir said the order will come into effect from Saturday.
Prepaid mobile services restored across J&K after over five-month suspension
Principal Secretary of Planning Commission in Jammu & Kashmir Rohit Kansal informed that the voice and SMS facilities shall be restored on a...
WhatsApp faces outage in India, Twitter abuzz
Millions of users were unable to share videos, photos and GIFs, audio and stickers and several of those said they were even unable to view WhatsApp Status feature. According to Downdetetector.com, the problem started in the evening around 4 p.m. and alive outage map showed users in India, Europe, Brazil and in Southeast Asia were affected by the outage.
Jio widens its subscriber base, Vodafone Idea falls further: Trai
Among the three access service providers, Reliance Jio added the highest number of 5.6 million wireless subscribers, while Bharti Airtel saw a nominal net addition of 1.6 million, according to subscriber data for November 2019 released by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Thursday.
Mahindra re-inventing it's electric mobility strategy
M&M MD Pawan Goenka said that the prime focus will be on EVs and the company will be doing things “similar to what other service providers are doing, but with a twist”. He mentioned that there is enough room to accommodate more service providers and new entries in the segment should not be of concern.
Mobile user base to fall as tariffs rise
The country’s mobile user base is set to fall for the first time in eight years this calendar with many people likely to give up their second or third connections due to rising cost of ownership.
Samsung Galaxy S20 likely to have 6.7-inch screen, sport a microSD card slot
Galaxy S20, which will be unveiled on February 11, 2020, is expected to have a top-end variant, the S20 Ultra.
Crypto trading legitimate biz, lobby group tells Apex court
Advocate Ashim Sood argued that crypto currencies were more like commodities rather than currency and that it was beyond the RBI’s jurisdiction to regulate the field.
Highways may be ranked on safety, mobility
During the assessment of highways, NHAI will look at the duration of traffic jams on highway stretches, the way-side amenities available and tow-away facilities in case of vehicle breakdown. Depending on the observations from the exercise, changes and improved practices will be incorporated in the design stage itself.
Despite govt order, internet services yet to resume in Jammu region
After more than five months of internet shutdown in Jammu and Kashmir, the UT administration Tuesday evening restored mobile internet in parts of Jammu region and broadband in institutions such as banks, hotels, travel establishments and hospitals with effect from January 15.
Ashok Leyland, ABB in e-mobility MoU
The ABB technology called TOSA avoids the need to take the vehicle out of service for recharging every few hours or having a replacement bus ready, thus minimizing the size of the fleet while increasing passenger carrying capacity, an official statement said.
Mobile phone retailers threaten brands of boycott unless online discounting is stopped
Cellphone retailers under the umbrella of their apex national body, All India Mobile Retailers Association (AIMRA) has informed brands like Xiaomi, Samsung and OnePlus that unless online discounting is controlled, retailers will deduct the difference and sell at online prices and may even consider boycotting the brand altogether.
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