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The phones could become dearer by 5-10 percent.
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Perhaps the biggest area being impacted by the rise of AI is mobile.
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Step into a bus or a train in India and you will find any number of people glued to their mobile devices. There is a fair chance that many of them are playing light games such as candy crush or cricke...
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India's smartphone shipment crossed 100 million units last year, placing it in the second spot globally after China. India beat the US for the second spot. A large chunk of these 100 million smartphon...
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NEW DELHI -- Telecom Ministry is expected to approach the Cabinet for its nod to reduce spectrum usage charges from existing 5 per cent to 3 per cent of the revenue earned by companies from telecom se...
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Gadgets are generally considered to be a costly affair. But the recent smartphone boom has made the technology seemingly affordable as well as more accessible. There is a slew of gadgetry accompanimen...
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The mobile phone has been the star of the year 2015 and will continue to shine through 2016. In my opinion, these are the key trends that will drive the mobile marketing industry in the coming year.
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Whoa! My previous article, "6 Reasons Why Flipkart's App-Only Strategy Is A Masterstroke", sparked quite a debate in the realm of social media. Every second person who took the time to read the article had some sort of problem with Flipkart's impending move. While I continue to reply to each and every comment to explain my perspective, I reckoned it would be more efficient to address the common concerns expressed by readers in a single post.
By going app-only, Flipkart will shoot two birds with a single arrow. It will cut infrastructure costs (not sales) and expand its market to cover all of India, eventually beating Amazon. Here's how.
Microsoft's Jerry Nixon at the company's Ignite conference that future versions of Windows are not likely. "Right now we're releasing Windows 10, and because Windows 10 is the last version of Windows...