Telcos' dues, penalties to weigh heavily on vendors, tower cos
Bharti Infratel, Indus Towers and American Tower Corp (ATC) are bracing for a possible hit on their tower tenancies, because of the financial strain on customers Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea from the thousands of crores they need to pay the government.
Onida Smart LED TV- Fire TV Edition review: Stands out from the crowd, better than Android TV
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Zinier raises $90 mn in funding from ICONIQ Capital, Tiger Global, others
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6 game-changing smartphones of 2019
The year 2019 saw the launch of many smartphones. However, there were some of these which were game-changers and paved the way for the next generation of smartphones. ET Wealth rounds up the top six among these.
Nokia looking to make IP, optical products in India
“India is a huge part of our markets in terms of what we do. We are evaluating manufacturing here, using this as a base for our IP and optical networks, and we are actively looking at the feasibility of whether we can do that,” CB Velayuthan, senior vice-president global sales, IP & optical networks at Nokia said.
Nokia, Ericsson, ZTE, UTStarcom receive part of their outstanding from BSNL
BSNL has paid the outstanding dues worth Rs 150 crore each to Nokia and ZTE, according to a source. BSNL is also set to release Rs 22 crore to Swedish Ericsson and Rs 50 crore to UTStarcom through circle offices towards supplies for the Phase-V GSM expansion initiative.
Smartphone sales buck slowdown on strong urban, rural demand
The growth in smartphone adoption was further fuelled by the government's push to position the country as a global hub for manufacturing and coax Apple and other leading brands to produce and export more phones from India. Experts say that phone shipment is expected to see high single-digit to double-digit growth in India.
Nokia Smart TV review: Exceptional audio quality, intelligent dimming make it a good buy at Rs 42,000
The overall picture quality will please you and there is a touch of premiumness to it.
DoT meets telecom operators, vendors to discuss 5G trials
The meeting on Tuesday, chaired by Telecom Secretary Anshu Prakash, lasted for over an hour. An official with one of the telcos said that all operators attended the meeting. A Huawei executive declined to comment on the proceedings. Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday said the government will allocate airwaves to all telecom service providers.
Cool and connected gadgets to start smart@2020
There are four things you should consider while buying a gadget -Focus on its relevance, life span, connectivity and affordability. ET Wealth lists out five must-have gadget across budgets.
Nokia 2.3 with dual-camera & 'Recommended Shot' feature launched in India at Rs 8,199
The Nokia 2.3 features a large 6.2-inch screen and promises a two-day battery.
Debt-laden Vodafone Idea may have put expansion plans on hold
Vodafone Idea may have put its fresh 4G expansion and modernisation plans on hold to conserve money.
Lessons from 5 fallen tech empires over last decade
How the mighty fell: Facebook focussed on tapping into, and perhaps accelerating, expressing a personal identity on the web and also enabled connections with others while Orkut was inherently more about community than about individuals.
Xiaomi launching disrupting IoT products in India in 2020: Manu Jain
Xiaomi's arch rival, Madhav Sheth-led Realme, has revealed plans to become a tech-lifestyle company in India next year, with introducing a bouquet of IoT products. Others are following suit too. Xiaomi has already shared how its AIoT (AI+IoT) dual strategy is going to shape its product vision.
Nokia smart TV with 'Sound by JBL' launched in India at Rs 41,999
The Flipkart-exclusive TV will be available starting December 10.
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