Under the upgrade, the company has partnered with partnerships with Ixigo, Ola and Uber for cab services. A new feature "Lybrate" is also integrated to help find a doctor and with Scandid for comparison-shopping.
While the smartphone war in India has been shifted to the mid-price segment of Rs.10,000-Rs.20,000 with only a handful of premium-segment flagship devices being launched, Galaxy S7 edge has truly created an 'edge' over its ri
US based smartphone maker Nextbit on Wednesday launched its flagship 'cloud first' Android smartphone Robin for Rs 19,999 in India. With soft-touch polycarbonate body, the smartphone will be available on ecommerce website Fli
Global sales of smartphones totaled 349 million units in the first quarter of 2016, up 3.9 per cent over the year-ago period, driven by demand for low-cost and 4G-enabled handsets, research firm Gartner said
The latest most affordable handset to hit markets, Namotel Acche Din, world's cheapest smartphone as claimed by promoter Madhava Reddy, has been priced at just Rs 99 and is available for booking from May 17th till May 25th, 2
The government has issued a notification making it mandatory the installation of a physical panic button on mobile phones for ensuring safety of women in distress, Women and Child Development Ministry said.
Expressing concern over the launch of 'Freedom 251' smartphone priced at Rs 251 by Ringing Bells company on Wednesday, mobile industry body ICA has written to Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to get into the depth of the
Domestic handset maker Ringing Bells launched India's most affordable smartphone 'Freedom 251' priced at Rs 251 on 17th February, a move that is set to disrupt the booming handset market in the country.
Chinese smartphone maker LeEco on Tuesday received a mammoth 95,000 orders in 20 seconds for the LeEco Le 1s flash sale on e-tail major Flipkart, the company's India chief said. Earlier, LeEco, in its first flash sale, sold 7
India ranks two on the list of countries having malware-affected Android smartphones, said Cheetah Mobile, a China-based mobile tools provider, adding an extensive use of third-party apps was the main reason behind it.