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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.
Television remains the choice of the masses even in digital times
Though consumption of video on digital platforms is on the rise in the coun...
Not just virtual: Social media experiences of teens are creeping into real life
Smartphones often serve as mirrors reflecting problems that t...
Smartphones can help India's drive for cashless economy: Chinese media
"If India would like to try the Chinese style of de-cashing through online/smartphone payment, it is very likely to be beneficial to both countries," Global Times said.
50% of smartphone users in India are under 25 years: Nielsen survey
Moreover, tablet ownership among Indians is set to spike as consumer interest in tablets is also on the rise.
Activists to use smartphones to crack down on illegal quarries
In their fight against illegal quarries, a group of environmental activists in Kerala are planning to use smartphones as a tool as part of their efforts.
Ritesh Jain’s what I read this week: Tough call for e-commerce - discount & bleed or profit & die
Do you notice, the e-commerce industry has stopped making big news of late? Turns out the industry sustained itself largely on the strength of doleouts.
Backed by VCs, startups go all out to bridge digital divide among smartphone users
Startups are receiving VC funding to design localised tech, while e-comm sites are translating their platforms to make them accessible to users in Tier-2 or 3 cities.
70 pc students use smartphones, more userbase in small cities
Nearly seven out of 10 high school students said they own mobile phones, about 20 per cent said they use mobile phones to access internet.
Why are Indian SMBs at number 9 in top 10 digital maturity index
The Asia Pacific region is digitalising rapidly, driven by improved internet access and growing smartphone ownership.
Soundwave technology: The new frontier in digital payment space
This technology facilitates a universally scalable and cost-effective means of payment by leveraging the benefits of cash-based and digital payment methods.
What the millennial Indian wants: Not cars & houses, just fun & convenience
India is expected to become the youngest country by 2022, with an average age of 29.
Indian handset makers emerge as hyper-competitive force
During this year's IPL cricket tournament in India, mobile phone manufacturers used the hugely popular extravaganza to blitz viewers with an array of sponsorship deals and advertising.
Mobile travel sales in India likely to rise at 67.1% from 2017-20: Study
57% of Indian digital travelers are most influenced by travel website reviews, posts and forums, especially in the case of millennials, the report said.
How digital typography is reinventing regional languages
India’s growing typographic community not only caters to global majors trying to make a mark in the vernacular market but also digitises endangered languages.
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