Mobile Phones News
Man who invented mobile phones sees a dark future because of new tech, but also has hope
Martin Cooper, the inventor of mobile phones said at the MWC Barcelona that he sees a dystopian future because of new tech like AI, smartphones, and deep fakes, etc on how it will impact privacy. However, he is also slightly hopeful, especially with battery tech.
Uttar Pradesh: 9.74 lakh tablets, mobile phones to be given to youth soon
Uttar Pradesh's Department of Information Technology has included it in its 100-day action plan and has started preparations
The new era: Evolving mobile marketing landscape post COVID-19
E-commerce, gaming, travel and tourism, business, office- one is practically living out their life on your phones
Mobile phone explodes into flames as man repairs it, no one injured; watch viral video here
There are many instances of mobile phone explosions across the world, but there have been instances when these devices have saved lives as well
Study reveals that majority of people think smartphones and internet ruin wellbeing
It is also revealed that 50 percent of Gen Z face issues such as tiredness, poor sleep, and headaches as a result of digital consumption.
CoWIN app quirks show just how Phase 4 of India's vaccination programme excludes entire class of Indians
The vaccination process for people aged 18 to 45 years shows how the use of technology, backed by the wrong policy and implementation design can lead to large-scale exclusion
Nobel economics prize: Bob Wilson and Paul Milgrom's insights into auctions could drive down carbon emissions
A key insight of Wilson’s analysis is the need for bidders to avoid the “winner’s curse”.
Headache, back pain, sleep deprivation: Prolonged screen use during Coronavirus lockdown can have detrimental effects
Long term issues that could crop up with increased screen time is obesity, heart disease, sleep disorders, behavioural and educational issues.
Hyderabad-based DRDO lab develops contacless sanitisation cabinet to disinfect currency notes, mobiles phones
Proximity sensor switches clubbed with drawer opening and closing mechanism makes its operation automatic and contactless
IT hardware companies expect to resume partial production this week, 100% next month if no change in govt guidelines
Members of two industry associations that are ready for resuming production activity but are apprehensive about execution of order at ground leve
Mobiles, TVs, readymade garments to be available on e-commerce platforms from 20 April
Mobile phones, televisions, readymade garments and stationery items will be allowed to be sold on e-commerce platforms like Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal during the lockdown from 20 April, officials said on Thursday
Coronavirus Outbreak: BSE cautions market intermediaries against malicious cyber attacks
Leading stock exchange BSE has cautioned market intermediaries against malicious cyber attacks amid increased usage of mobile phones and tabs in the wake of lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic
Govt notifies schemes with Rs 48,000-cr incentive to boost electronics production; move may generate 20 lakh jobs by 2025
The SPECS notified for manufacturing of electronics components and semiconductors has a budget outlay of Rs 3,285 crore spread over a period of eight years.
Taiwan seeks formation of WTO dispute panel in case against India's import duties on ICT products
Taiwan has sought the establishment of a dispute panel by the World Trade Organization in a case against India's import duties on certain information and communication technology (ICT) products, including mobile phones
Kerala HC strikes down college hostel rule prohibiting use of mobile phones from 10 pm to 6 am, directs readmission of expelled student
The Kerala High Court has held that discipline shall not be enforced by blocking the ways and means of students to acquire knowledge, as it directed readmission of a girl student expelled from her college hostel for opposing a regulation on use of mobile phones
Students excessively using phones experience isolation, depression and anxiety
After an hour of phone usage, children have low curiosity, emotional stability, and lesser self-control.
Yogi Adityanath government bans Uttar Pradesh ministers from carrying mobile phones in cabinet meets
The ban on mobile phones has reportedly been put at the behest of the chief minister Yogi Adityanath.
EU drags India to WTO over imposition of import duties on ICT products, alleges breach of global trade norms
The EU is challenging the introduction of import duties on a wide range of ICT products, for instance, mobile phones and components, base stations,
Addicted to your smartphone? Here are 5 tips to take back control of your life
More often than not, we become slaves to the very gadget that is supposed to enhance our lives.
Govt mulls scrutiny on Huawei, ZTE for commercial 5G rollout after security concerns: Official
The government will be mindful of concerns around national security threat from Chinese telecom gear firms like Huawei and ZTE at the time of commercial rollout of 5G network but has no issues as far as their participation in the trial of the next generation technology is concerned, an official said.