We recently came across a study, which said that India is one among the worst countries when it comes to 3G adoption. We wondered what the reasons might be and why only less than 4 % of India’s over 900…
Those who upgraded soon discovered that new maps were seriously lacking. There weren’t many points of interests, landmarks or directions on it. The map in India only had standard and satellite view and no directions, rendering it practically useless to many.
Systema, along with other cell phone operators like Telenor and Etisalat, lost licence to operate in India after a supreme court verdict on 2G spectrum sale scrapped nearly 122 lisences in February
Mobile ad network InMobi, which acquired US based Sprout, a platform for creating HTML5 rich media advertising last year is rebranding the company to InMobi Studio.
iPhone 5 supports LTE (LTE connectivity is supported in countries that have 4G). In India, Airtel has launched its 4G service, but again – it’s a long walk before we call it a launch.
Launched in November 2011 in India the browser has overtaken the Nokia browser and is much above other browsers already! Earlier Pi had reported how the UC browser is fast catching up.
Google launches Maps Navigation and live traffic information in India, Available for Android 2.2 onwards
Google India has launched maps navigation service in India as well as live traffic information in the map service. The live traffic information is available for six Indian cities and their surrounding suburbs: Bengaluru, Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Pune and Hyderabad.
Smartphone penetration currently is lowest in India in the Asia/Pacific region and thus it has tremendous growth potential by tapping into the vast number of feature phone by offering them exciting plans to upgrade to the smartphones.
Share of S60, the operating system run by newer Nokia phones has been nose-diving while S40 the simpler version of Nokia’s operating system has gained along with Samsung and Android.
Mobile operator Idea cellular launched a 3G dongle with cloud based services on Thursday. Recently, Idea’s larger rival Airtel had partnered with Microsoft to offer cloud based office 365 productivity solutions to small and medium businesses