Govt to reduce time taken for starting business; to introduce integrated electronic form from 15 February
Currently, the ministry has the electronic form SPICe (Simplified Proforma for Incorporating Company Electronically) and that would be replaced with SPICe+.
China-based Transsion Holdings, the makers of iTel-branded phones, intends to take on India's smartphone market: Report
"India is Transsion's second largest market after Africa. As per recent reports, we have already become the fifth largest mobile handset player in India," Talapatra told IANS.
This is the second outing for Android One. Will it be successful this time around? Let's find out
Mozilla has laid off its team of 50 members responsible for its connected devices group that were responsible for the failed Firefox OS.
Spice Mobiles, one of India’s leading mobile companies, on Friday launched its first device tagged with the international smartphone brand “Nexian” in India.
Swiftkey is in talks with handset makers in the country to pre-embed its keyboard app on devices as the UK-based firm eyes aggressive expansion in one of the world's largest smartphone market.
Caesar Sengupta, vice-president of product management at Google, writes in an official Google+ post that Lollipop rollout has begun for a small number of phones and gradually roll out to others.
When the government led by PM Narendra Modi first announced the ‘Make in India’ initiative, the first thing to strike my mind and I believe of many others was – How about a mobile phone ‘completely’ built in India?
Enthused by the initial response to Google's Android One, handset makers Karbonn, Spice and Intex are gearing up for round two with a slew of smartphone launches beginning December this year.
Google Inc launched in India on Monday a $105 smartphone, the first device from its "Android One" initiative which is aimed at boosting sales in key emerging markets through cheaper prices and better quality software.<br />
Google Inc's partnership with three Indian phone makers is set to rev up fast-growing demand for lower priced smartphones, and spell more trouble for Samsung Electronics.
In June this year, the US-based tech giant had announced the 'Android One' initiative to bring in under-$100 handsets aimed at bringing the next one billion population to the Android operating system ecosystem.<br />
Micromax Infomatics Ltd, Karbonn Mobiles and Spice Group are the first phone manufacturers to sign up for Google's Android One initiative, which provides specifications for key hardware parts.
The Fire One is targetted at feature phone users waiting to switch to smartphones, and is likely to sway potential low-cost Android phone buyers to the Firefox camp.