AR Drone, the smartphone controlled quadricopter which can fly in the sky at a height of up to 162 feet and record High Definition videos or relay it back to your device has been launched in India. You must have seen something similar to this in the Bollywood flick Three Idiots.
The handset sports a brilliant 3.5 inch capacitive touch screen display but runs of the Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread version and it will not be updated to Ice Cream Sandwich or higher.
Good news for Blackberry boys. RIM has started testing BB10 with carriers which means the new devices will be out by early next year. Apple’s R&D Spending went up by $1 Billion to $3.4 billion last year, Foxconn profit surges in third quarter and more news.
Chinese web browser UCWeb which was launched in India in November last year announced that it has become the most downloaded mobile browser on Google Play and is en route to become India’s number 1 mobile internet browser.
Mobile based banking seems to be on rise in India and it can be gauged from data provided by the central bank on mobile banking. According to RBI’s data, volume of mobile based transactions has gone up over 40 % in August this year when compared to the month of February.
Groupon will switch to a new domain groupon.co.in even as it fights it out for Groupon.in, a domain name which the Bangalore based e-commerce company owns.
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Google adds support for 9 International languages in Web Fonts API, including Tamil, Bengali and Hindi
Google has launched support for different languages in its web font API and currently there are 9 different languages supported in the Web Font API- Arabic, Lao, Ethiopic, Tamil, Thai, Bengali, Hindi, Korean, and Burmese [via] For developers, this is a…
In-app Customer support platform, HelpShift secures funding from True Ventures and Nexus Venture Partners
Helpshift provides a native SDK that integrates with mobile applications to provide a seamless “in-app” customer support experience. The support screens can be customized to match the apps visual style.
Currently there are 9 different languages supported : Arabic, Lao, Ethiopic, Tamil, Thai, Bengali, Hindi, Korean, and Burmese.