Curfew lifted in Shillong, streets decked out in X-mas lights
Curfew was imposed on areas under Sadar and Lumdiengjri police stations in the city since December 12 as anti-citizenship law protests turned violent, leaving several injured and properties vandalised.
Smartphone shipment growth likely to be lowest in 2020
Industry executives said there has been a huge pile-up of inventory left with sellers ...
Time to disconnect: GoWork CEO avoids using the phone after 9pm; relies on memory over GPS
Sudeep Singh has a non-toxic relationship with tec...
Indian millennials addicted to smartphones, spend one-third of their waking hours on WhatsApp, FB
75% of the respondents agreed to have owned a smartphone in their teens.
Handset retailers up the ante against online players, seek tax probe
Handset retailers plans to meet the FM with the demand of a probe into GST and I-T return filing by etailers.
007, live sports on Apple TV+? Tech giant once tried to bring the two on its platform
TV+ services were launched in November at $4.99 per month with nine original programs.
Terrorists using satellite phones in Jammu & Kashmir
Police said since revocation of special status of Kashmir, militants have attempted to take advantage of communication blockade to enter Srinagar.
ExxonMobil wants global arbitration option, compensation assurance
ExxonMobil appears to be warming up to India lately. It recently signed a preliminary agreement with ONGC to undertake joint technical studies, cooperate in difficult fields and jointly bid for exploration acreages. It accessed the government’s National Data Repository to study large amount of geological data to evaluate the possibility of an exploration bet.
People experiencing phone repairs more likely to invest in protection plans: Survey
The survey also throws light on where most users tend to drop their phone, what activity results in a higher likelihood of a phone drop, and the number of times they tend to drop the phone.
Huawei, Honor woo Indian app developers with USD 1 billion fund
While the US-based mobile operating system companies charge developers for loading their app on their platform, Huawei and Honor are offering to pay up to USD 17,000 to app developers for getting their app published on Huawei Mobile Service (HMS), a suite of app required for smooth functioning of mobile phones such as messaging and navigation.
Jio's new plans are out: Here's what customers will end up paying
The new plans, available from today, begin from Rs 199 per month which will give customers 1.5 GB of data per day, along with unlimited calls on Jio phones with a validity of 28 days.
Dawood silent on phone for 3 years, but still operating from Karachi
Dawood's last phone call was intercepted by the Delhi Police in November 2016. The phone call, recorded for 15 minutes, was intercepted by Delhi Police sleuths after placing a Karachi based number, provided by the central agencies, under surveillance.
Post-paid mobile phone services restored in Kashmir without internet
Over 25 lakh prepaid mobile phones and other internet services, including WhatsApp, will remain deactivated for now, officials said.
Ola targets 1 million bike partners by next year
A recent in-house survey revealed that six out of 10 Ola bike partners also work for food delivery networks, helping increase their income levels.
Maharashtra: Passenger gets Rs 5000 for no mobile charging, AC in bus
After hearing the case, the consumer forum's president Nilima Sant and members Neeta Kankariya and Manjusha Chitlange last week ordered the bus depot in Jalna to pay a compensation of Rs 5,000 to the complainant within 30 days.
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