R-Day celebrations: Mobile phone services snapped in Kashmir
Mobile phone services were snapped in Kashmir on Sunday as a precautionary measure for ensuring smooth passage of Republic Day celebrations in the valley, officials said.
2G mobile internet restored in Kashmir from midnight
Internet services, landline and mobile phones were snapped across Jammu and Kashmir on t...
Hours after restoration of low-speed mobile internet in Kashmir, service 'temporarily' suspended
Restoring the service was the latest step to...
Samsung gives former mobile man for India Ken Kang a second stint, as MD
Rejig of top deck in the country comes at a time of intense competition in its product segments
Qualcomm expects mobile prices to dip further
Vagadia said that despite the stress on the Indian telecom sector, the handset market has grown last year in India and is slated to grow just below 10% in calendar 2020 too. “Economies of scale are helping brands that are driving volumes, which is helping the market,” he said.
Mobile handsets & components under Make in India to get special push in Budget
At the meeting where the PM was most candid asking for real time suggestions to boost growth, he was informed that electronics manufacturing, especially handsets and components, had a good chance of becoming India's largest exports within the next five years.
Shared mobility startup Bounce raises $105 mn in fresh funding
Bounce currently operates its dockless scooters in Bengaluru and Hyderabad with a fleet of 13, 000 and 2, 000 vehicles respectively. It's docked scooter rental service is available to commuters in over 35 cities.
Mobile nos in house-listing census to help in 'Do it self'
“Using the mobile number, respondents can generate OTP after which they will log in and fill their and family members details in the census population enumeration form. The reference number generated after filling the form online can then be provided to enumerators when he/she visits the house for population census,” a senior govt official explained.
Banned cryptocurrency to uphold integrity of banking system: RBI
The central bank, through senior advocate Shyam Divan, argued that though there was no formal ban on cryptocurrencies under any law in existence in India, it had consistently been warning all those dealing with virtual currencies of the risks inherent in them.
Samsung appoints new mobile chief as Huawei chips away at market share
Samsung appointed Roh Tae-moon, currently its youngest-ever president at 51, as mobile chief as part of a reshuffle that came later than usual amid a series of court cases involving some of its top executives including leader Jay. Y Lee. Roh championed Samsung's shift to outsource more handset production to cut costs and better compete with lower-priced Chinese smartphone makers.
Samsung to set up India’s 1st mobile display plant
The South Korean company is investing more than Rs 3,500 crore in this facility in Noida, as per a regulatory filing with the Registrar of Companies (RoC). It could later be expanded to manufacture displays of other devices as well.
Prepaid mobile connections restored in Jammu and Kashmir
Internet service providers have been asked to provide fixed line Internet connectivity in all the 10 districts of Jammu region and two districts, Kupwara and Bandipora, in North Kashmir. Rohit Kansal, the principal secretary to the administration of Jammu and Kashmir said the order will come into effect from Saturday.
Telecom companies starved for funds, your mobile bill may rise up to 30%
Voda Idea and Airtel, staring at huge payouts as AGR dues, need to raise prices to rebuild financial strength.
Amazon to add 10k EVs to delivery fleet
In a statement, the company said its commitment to electric mobility comes after running successful pilots in several cities last year, and will have its electric fleet operating in 20 cities across the country, including Delhi-NCR, Bengaluru and Hyderabad within the year.
RBI says crypto not banned, but don’t bank on it
The central bank said this in a response to a petition filed by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI), which wanted it to reconsider a 2018 circular directing regulated entities not to deal in cryptocurrencies. RBI said it had not banned crypto but only ringfenced regulated entities like banks from risks associated.
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