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OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro: Your Questions Answered

Within just a few weeks of their launch, the OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro have taken the Indian market by storm, with thousands lining up to grab the latest Never Settling phones.

OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro: Your Questions Answered

U2opia Mobile to invest $3 million for startups

In a move to boost innovation in mobile, Singapore headquartered mobile technology company U2opia has launched Catapult Programme to help startups grow by investing $3 million in over three years.

U2opia Mobile to invest $3 million for startups

Lumigon T3 is first smartphone with night vision camera

At a time when smartphone companies are fighting for a bigger share of the pie by introducing new technology, Danish company Lumigon has unveiled its T3 device that has the world's first night vision camera.

Lumigon T3 is first smartphone with night vision camera

Mobiles worth over Rs 10 lakh stolen from Amazon godown

Mobile handsets worth about Rs 10.37 lakhs were allegedly stolen from the godown of an e-commerce company by its employees here, police said today.

Mobiles worth over Rs 10 lakh stolen from Amazon godown

Nokia network sales weighed down by Alcatel integration

Nokia's mobile network equipment sales fell more than expected in the first quarter and will continue to decline this year, the Finnish company said, as customers hold off new orders while it integrates its purchase of rival

Nokia network sales weighed down by Alcatel integration

Indian mobile handset companies facing might of tech patent holders. Here’s what they should do

The Indian Cellular Association (ICA) views the debate between patent owners and implementers as a non-issue.

Indian mobile handset companies facing might of tech patent holders. Here’s what they should do

India to have over 500 mn mobile users by 2015 end: GSMA

By end of this year, our country will have over half a billion unique mobile subscribers, accounting for 13% of the world’s mobile population, according to a new GSMA report.

Mobile sector to account for 8.2% of Indian GDP by 2020: GSMA

Indian mobile services sector contribution towards national GDP is estimated to reach 8.2 per cent or Rs 14 lakh crore by 2020, says a study by global telecom industry GSMA.

Mobile sector to account for 8.2% of Indian GDP by 2020: GSMA

Mobile ad-blockers could wipe out billions in ad revenue

Mobile Internet sites face a new threat as millions download ad-blockers to their phones and tablets, removing pesky adverts but potentially wiping out billions of dollars in advertising revenue.

Mobile ad-blockers could wipe out billions in ad revenue

Researchers from India and China empowered to provide CVD care through Smart Mobile App

New model developed by researchers from PHFI, AIIMS and Peking University could mean better primary care in resource-limited areas

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