Indian mobile market

The Ban On PUBG in India Could Be Revoked

The popular mobile gaming app PUBG could make a come back to India. after India imposed a ban on PUBG, along with 118 other apps, recently PUBG Corporation has decided to serve ties with China for its...

What Is Killing Nokia In India: Intense Competition Or Lack Of Innovation?

The struggle of Nokia in India continues. Once a leading mobile handsets manufacture in the world, Nokia lost supremacy to Samsung at the beginning of this year. Smartphone was introduced by Nokia in 1996—the Nokia Communicator. Of course, innovation is...

Mobile Connections Base Reached To 903.72 Million In January 2012 In India: [REPORT]

The Indian telecom regulator TRAI has reportedly stated that there were 13.42 million new connections at the end of January 2012, up by 0.90% from December last year. The total new connection base added in December 2011 was 13.30 million,...

Smartphone Shipment Recorded 87% Growth In India Last Year [STUDY]

India is undoubtedly second largest mobile market of the world after China. Besides, India is also one of the fastest growing country in number of mobile handset users year-over-year. A research analysis firm—Cyber Media Research—has reportedly stated that around...

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Apple Foldable iPhone May Surprise You, But It Won’t Launch This Year!

Rumours of a foldable iPhone have long been circulating on the internet. However, until now there was...
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Snapchat Spotlight: A New Way for Creators to Earn Money

Short-form video applications have increased overwhelmingly in popularity in recent times. The surge in this format of online content, according to most,...

COVID-19 Unemployment Leading To Ageing Indian Workforce, CMIE Reports

The latest data shared by the CMIE aka Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy has highlighted a huge red flag.

The Slip-Ups Keep On Coming: WhatsApp Web Users’ Mobile Data Leaked On Google

As the developments have unfolded over the past week, the clock for WhatsApp seems to be ticking with every passing minute and...

Trump Administration Has Landed Its Final Blow On Chinese Companies: Xiaomi Blacklisted!

In its recent move to safeguard national security, the United States’ Trump Administration has decided to go after China’s second-biggest smartphone marker...