The Evaki Solar Power Pad if used daily can save around 2kWh to 10kWh of energy in a year. Its vision is to design and develop electronic devices that are energy efficient, which in turn can lead to a sustainable planet.
The small means big business in India. Abhishek Baxi talks shop about what matters to India's small and midsize enterprises.
Abhishek Baxi is an independent digital consultant and a freelance technology columnist based in India. He writes on consumer technology and trends for several leading print and online publications.
Providing confidence in mobile security and more low-cost and personalized content and services can be the key to driving even more traction in the already high usage of mobile transactions in India, according to an SAP study.
Businesses can leverage missed calls, voice, e-mail, apps, and SMS-based products to offer, at zero cost to users, services such as alerts, notifications, voting, product sampling, surveys, and feedback submission.
The Indian company has a unique pricing algorithm to delivers instant quotes for used devices and offers free shipping, as it focuses on a systematic electronics reuse and responsible recycling program.
Micromax inks strategic partnership with Aircel to drive data growth in India, which the telco believes will showcase the benefits of 3G to smartphone buyers and drive adoption.
The Indian-origin social network believes that the quality of relationships is more important than the quantity of relationships, and hence focuses on the "layering" of relationships.
The Indian firm enables local SMBs to set up an online presence and edit their Web sites over regular SMS, and broadcasts the updates to loyal customers.
Adobe envisions Creative Cloud as the ultimate hub for creative professionals in India, where they can access the world’s best tools; store and collaborate across their workplace and showcase their creations.
India's growing mobile Internet user base is young, affluent, and app-savvy, and almost half have a graduate or postgraduate degree, reveals a study on mobile Internet consumers in the country.
The new Personal Navigation Devices, by NNG and Ayana, is customized for the Indian market. In the brief hands-on, I particularly liked how the device interprets the user's behavior and offers fast solutions.