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Pay for what you weigh.
Indian consumers face the hassle of having to cancel the SIM and re-applying for a new one, which now takes a longer time to complete, among other inconveniences if they lose their handsets.
Smartphones and tablets cover the whole gamut of human experience, not just the nice stuff about unicorns and rainbows. Accepting that fact lets us all have better tools to support our lives.
Sage has updated its local Sage 50 Accounts to allow customers to share their data via the cloud, and added new mobile apps, a new look and subscription pricing. Other, more radical, cloud developments...
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Mobile apps are forming an important element of consumer mobile behavior. World over, apps are driving the mobile ecosystem and India is leading this app-ification change.
Samsung India has yet to receive the official notice from India's tax agency as of Monday, but it will have to respond to the allegations by April 14.
In50hrs is an idea-to-prototype event that's happening over the next few weeks in four different Indian cities. What can entrepreneurs expect to get out of this?
A new traffic system aims to reduce congestion by having 4,400 traffic lights work together.
It's not just aerial defense that can combat low-flying drones.
Evolving employee behavior and growing importance of digital marketing and commerce mean CIOs are losing some of their control in IT procurement and deployment to other C-level executives.
The push towards nuclear power goes ahead, as North Korea says it will restart its main nuclear complex.
The quality of India's private sector education system is being questioned in a study by Knowledgefaber, which found only a minority of India's yearly batch of over 350,000 engineering and IT grads are fit to join MNCs.
Offered by Mumbai-based Quick Heal, the mobile security app allows users to remotely delete specific data from stolen/lost devices, but features such as call and SMS blocking are already available in most phones today.
Department of Telecommunications revises terms governing how telcos can extend their spectrum licenses, provoking a vitriolic response from Vodafone which request for a license extension was rejected.
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