The Lumia 638 offers 4G connectivity and 1 GB RAM on a budget, but misses out on a camera at the front.
Cyanogen is not going to provide software updates to Indian users following its exclusive deal with local vendor Micromax.
After significant delays, it looks like Samsung is getting ready to unveil its first Tizen-based handset.
Uber has changed its policies to conform with the rules set by the Reserve Bank of India.
With its upcoming Yu line of devices, Micromax is aiming to differentiate itself with services and features over hardware prowess.
With the largest electronics manufacturing facility in the country shutdown, the government needs to re-evaluate antiquated laws and start from scratch.
Indian consumers are starting to get excited about wearables.
Retailers convince hardware manufacturers to throw the book at e-commerce stores in a bid to regulate pricing in the country.
The Indian e-commerce industry is set to witness a dramatic change in the way it functions as offline retailers seek to curtail “unsustainable pricing.”
Xiaomi is strengthening its position in the Indian market by establishing a local team in the country.
In a surprise move, Yahoo has been rumored to be laying off the majority if not all of their software development staff located in Bangalore, India.
Samsung has a unique idea for the Indian market that some might think is a low-tech step backwards.
With Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) asserting more control in the entry-level segment with the launch of Android One, the budget handset segment is poised for another major change. Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has fared incredibly well in this segment with the Lumia 520, which is the software (and now hardware) maker’s most successful handset. However, the limitations of the Lumia 520, mainly in the form of 512 MB RAM and the lack of a front camera, combined with the fact that there are several Android-based alternatives that offer a better feature-set for a similar price mean that users are gravitating away to other ecosystems. With that in mind, Microsoft
Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) is highly coveted by gamers in India, but its high-end offerings have been prohibitive in terms of price. In a market that is inundated with budget offerings, the $900 (Rs. 54,000) asking figure for cards like the GTX 780 Ti has meant that gamers looking for a high-end solution have largely had to look to the likes of the R9 290X, which costs a full $175 (Rs. 10,500) less. That is no longer the case with Nvidia’s latest offerings in the GeForce GTX 900 series. The GTX 980 will be available at a retail price of $750 (Rs. 46,000), with the final price
Earlier this month, Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) introduced the Android One platform in India, with three local vendors launching the first generation of Android One handsets. As Google has done with the Nexus program, the search giant is collaborating with silicon vendors and component vendors to create a unified experience across form factors and manufacturers. While the Nexus and the Google Play edition devices are targeted at the mid-tier and the high-end segments, Android One is solely aimed at the entry-level market. Overview of the Android One initiative With Android One, Google is offering a turnkey hardware solution to manufacturers, which saves them time and resources in
HTC launched its Desire 516 Dual Sim in India with a budget price tag of Rs. 14,200 ($237 USD). It is being seen as an alternative to the higher priced Moto G Dual Sim at Rs. 19,999 ($333 USD) or about the equivalent of $100 less. Motorola customers may be ready to make the change not only because of price, but also because of dissatisfaction with performance. Some units of the Moto G with unregistered IMEI numbers would not work on domestic networks in India. Motorola offered affected customers full refunds, replacements, and credits to their Flipkart account. The HTC Desire 516 claims to run on