HP India will be setting up their fourth Lab-in-Box mobile computer lab in Gujrat.
Manan Kakkar surveys the technology market in India.
Caleb lives in San Francisco and comes from a non-traditional background of molecular biology research and developing products and strategy for high-tech companies. He mostly covers the developing Indian technology market for ZDNET.
I completed a diploma in Electronics before finishing a Bachelor's Degree in Electronics and Telecommunications. End-user technologies interest me a lot. Being a news-junkie, following and writing about what's current and interesting is something I enjoy.
Airtel to launch 4G in Kolkata on March 20, 2012. Airtel not to launch 4G on March 20, 2012. Airtel to launch 4G in Kolkata on 10 April, 2012.
You're the user. Read the damn policy.
Airtel boss wants to "tax" content providers for using Airtel's bandwidth.
Airtel's Sunil Mittal and Google India's Venkatesh Anandan want cheaper smartphones in India.
Newly elected Uttar Pradesh chief minister will distribute tablet computers to students that successfully pass grade 10 and 12.
Nokia will be exiting the service in India, issue refunds, and hand over the service to their partner banks (YES and Union Bank).
SanDisk's Mobile Memory Van is touring various cities in India during festivals as part of the company's Memory Yatra 2012.
Yahoo India and Microsoft India need to join Facebook and Google India for the March 13 hearings.
Nokia India has renamed the popular Smoked by Windows Phone campaign and is showing the people in India that the Nokia Lumia phones are better than their smartphones at everyday tasks.
Flipkart resets Flyte's download counter for all users, assures they are working on getting 320kbps versions and album art for their entire catalog.
Microsoft's video introducing the Windows 8 Consumer Preview build confirmed the existence of an NDTV app for Windows 8 tablets.
Easy access to a wide catalogue with multiple payment options gives Flipkart a firm position in the market and first serious threat to music piracy.
Pranksters with skills to Google upload already public information to PasteBin calling it a hack and threaten the Indian government.
Entering India with an aggregator and getting their paperwork in order, Amazon wants the Andhra Pradesh government's help to get their land back from farmers.
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