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BlackBerry (BBRY) Z10 At Rs. 17,900 In India: A Boon Or A Hiccup For The Elite Brand ?

BlackBerry Ltd. (NASDAQ:BBRY) might have accelerated some very interesting plans this year, may be because of the last year’s demotivating results. BlackBerry has lost its sheen over the past few years and it’s no longer a vital part of...

BlackBerry Can’t Survive In India By Being A Copy-Cat To Push Z10 Sales: Offers Heavy Discount and EMI Scheme

Troubled BlackBerry (FRA: RI1) – once the preferred smartphone of executives – is making all moves possible to lure mobile users in India. The Canadian smartphone maker has introduced the exchange and interest free EMI schemes to improve the...

BlackBerry Z10 Priced Rs. 43,490 In India: A Lost Battle Since The Beginning [Updated]

Once the most desired corporate companion, BlackBerry – earlier known as RIM – is all set for its second, or probably the last, inning with Blackberry Z10 launch in India starting from Monday February 25, 2013. The Canadian Smartphone...
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Mobile Internet Speed In India: From Bad To Worse [REPORT]

Languishing. And la…g…g…i…n…g. The sorry state of the desi internet in India. In a...
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Google Boots Out 3 Immensely Popular Android Apps from Play Store: Questions About Content Policing Resurface

With such a flourishing wilderness of Android apps on the Google Play Store, there is every likelihood of encountering something seemingly innocuous...

Reliance Future Group Deal In The Soup: SIAC Orders To Put The Deal On Hold

When Reliance agreed to acquire Future Group for $3.4 billion, recently, the share of Reliance Industries Limited rallied on the stock market....

Can Facebook Be Trusted For Newly Announced Hosting and Shopping Services?

Every coin has two sides. For Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB), the positive side says that it has launched interesting, new features to further...

When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Gather Online

Tech shows; we all know them, love them, and wish we could get to them. Unfortunately, that's not always possible. Or is...