Finally ! After many attempts at implementation and delays in between and a few months of pilot testing, the Mobile Number Portability is rolling out all over India from today. Prime Minister of India Mr. Manmohan Singh will launch the […]
India’s iPad challenger Adam, received favorable initial reviews during its appearance in the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas and was labeled as one of the gadgets to watch out for in 2011.
2011 will see a rise in value conscious shoppers in India, predicts Global Retail Index – a new study commissioned by Microsoft Advertising and Aegis Media. The New Age shoppers in India are relying on digital media for research before […]
Microsoft India, in association with Times of India and Lodestar Universal has launched a security campaign to help computer users identify threats to their systems and to make their computer networks more secure using Genuine Windows 7 and Microsoft Security […]
Microsoft India has partnered with some of the most popular websites – Rediff India, Zapak Games, Indiatimes & NDTV.com – to bring alive the IE9 capabilities and to further leverage the power of the whole PC.
It was just a few weeks ago that the Government of India, citing Security reasons, had asked RIM (Research In Motion) to provide complete access to the Blackberry services to monitor the services for tracking down possible misuse of the […]
Looks like Indian market is going to see a lot of low-cost Tablet PC’s! A few weeks back Indian HRD Minister announced a $35 Tablet which they are planning to launch in 2011; but the $35 price tag is for […]
The $35 Tablet PC, Sakshat, from India was received with skepticism in most circles. However, this Tablet PC was reviewed by Gadget Guru on NDTV, a few days back. UPDATE: The Sakshat Tablet will launch by June 2011. end.
Olive Telecom announced today that it will be launching India’s first 3G tablet, The OlivePad V-T100 in Aug 2010. This announcement comes soon after the Indian Government announced a $30 Laptop / Tablet PC for students.
India has released a Rs.1,500 ($35) Laptop / Tablet PC for students and teachers in Schools, Colleges and Universities. The $ 35 laptop was unveiled by Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal on Thursday.
The Government of Maharashtra, India, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Microsoft India to enhance ICT adoption in schools and build the employability readiness skills of the future workforce in the state.