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IIM-A grad skips placement for a causeEconomic Timeshas developed a device that uses solar power to light bulbs, charge mobile phones and run fan at a competitive price. The company, Energized Solutions, ...and more »
Qwerty Call: Cos change tack to keep chat-crazy generation in loopEconomic Times“Youth will drive the trend towards messaging phones,” says Samsung India mobile & IT director Ranjit Yadav. Spice Mobile, meanwhile, plans to launch 5 ...and more »
Why you will have to live with SMS adsLivemintIn an email response, Bharti Airtel Ltd, India's biggest mobile phone company by subscribers, said NDNCR hasn't worked “as comprehensively or satisfactorily ...and more »
Local mobile start-up gets US$1m boost from IndiaBusiness Times (subscription)Once installed, it will give a handset owner the ability to remotely lock his mobile phone and even erase the data should the phone ever fall into the wrong ...
DoT body wants pre-launch tests of mobiles for radiationBusiness StandardThis exercise would be done to monitor the compliance of SAR limits for mobile phones, an internal note said. Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) shows the ...and more »
Mobile 'net: High-cost data on the moveBusiness Standard... Mobile Association of India, only 4 per cent of the 36 million active internet users in India access the net over their cell phones once a month? ...and more »
John Gaines/The Hawk EyeBurlington Hawk Eye"Is that a fair statement about India?'" Perry asked. Perry likes to joke about how technology is passing him by, but he's excited to see how cell phone ...and more »
India's 3G Auctions: Why Companies Are FearfulBusinessWeekWhen India announced plans to auction off licenses for superfast 3G phone service, the country's mobile-phone companies cheered. It was August 2007, ...and more »
Mobile Marketing NewsIndian mobiles fall silent over tower disputeAFPMore than 15 million people a month become new users of mobile phones in India, the world's fastest-expanding mobile market. With a poor landline network ...Mobile users signal fury as masts are shut offFinancial TimesNoida phones jammed with action against illegal towersThe HinduMobiles on blink in Noida, Delhi too may be hitTimes of IndiaHindustan Times ePaper -Daily Pioneer -Mobile Marketing Newsall 68 news articles »
The Business InsiderSoftbank Leads $75 Million Investment in UstreamBloomberg2 (Bloomberg) -- Ustream Inc., a provider of live video streaming to the Internet and mobile phones, said it raised $75 million in capital from investors ...Japanese pump $75m into video site UstreamThe GuardianUstream Eyes Asia With Major Funding RoundNewTeeVee (blog)Softbank Tunes Up a $75M Investment in UstreamBloggingStocks (blog)VatorNews -DigitalEastAsia.com (blog) -Mobile Entertainmentall 142 news articles »
Computers, mobile phones, televisions. India recycles an estimated 420000 tonnes of electronic waste every year- and that number is only growing. Analysts believe India could become a global rubbish heap for electronic waste, and that the country is ill-equipped to deal with the volume of waste coming its way from the West.
www.weforum.org 09.11.2009 Hidden Financial Lives Driving Inclusion and Equitable Growth By 2012, more than one billion people in South Asia will have mobile phones; however, the majority will not have access to formal bank accounts. How should the private sector and regulatory community focus their efforts to better understand and serve the unmet financial needs of the poor through new technologies? Special Guest Sachin Pilot, Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology of India Discussion Leaders Sultan Ali Allana, Chairman, Habib Bank, Pakistan Manoj Kohli, Chief Executive Officer and Joint Managing Director, Bharti Airtel, India; Global Agenda Council on the Future of Mobile Communications Kamal Quadir, Founder, cellbazaar, Bangladesh; Young Global Leader Janmejaya Sinha, Chairman, Asia Pacific, The Boston Consulting Group, India Moderated by Jason Bellini, Correspondent, Bloomberg News, Singapore
theprogressproject.com - Nokia Life Tools (bit.ly is a range of services which includes Agriculture, Education and Entertainment services designed specially for the consumers in small towns and rural areas of the emerging markets. The service provides timely and relevant information customized to the users location and personal preferences directly on their mobile phones.
Indian police officials announced the arrest of two suspects who are believed to have supplied the Mumbai terrorists with sim cards for their mobile phones. The terrorists used mobile phones to keep in touch with each other and their handlers in Pakistan during the three day rampage that left 173 dead and scores wounded. The two were named Tousif Rahman and Sheikh Ahmed on Friday and wer charged with fraud and conspiracy after investigators traced some of the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) cards recovered from the gunmen. Ahmed is reportedly a counterinsurgency police officer who was working undercover.12/07/08 "Two Suspects related to Mumbai attacks arrested in India(12/07/08)" From islamicpeaceandlove
theprogressproject.com - Still in the state of Maharashtra, Frances heads north to the town of Kolhapur, an important hub of India's lucrative textile industry. There she meets up with a local textile agent and two factory owners who are piloting new technology, Nokia Tej (www.nokia.com in which mobile phones are being used to help increase sales efficiency and productivity. Frances finally begins to see her phone in a different light...
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Watch the live and exclusive mobile phone footage of the fire on the engines of Air India flight 829 due to fuel leak.
Great Indian Bazaar: Mobile companies have launched a wide range of low priced mobile phones. A special report.
Through the use of his mobile phone, flower farmer Sayar Singh of Pushkar Nala, Rajasthan, India has greatly reduced his workload while more than doubling his monthly income. www.idrc.ca This video was produced by TVE Asia Pacific (http for IDRC research partner lirneasia (lirneasia.net an information and communication technology (ICT) policy and regulation think tank active across Asia Pacific.
European Commission Vice President Gunter Verheugen, at a press conference on Monday, expresses hopes that companies in the US, India and China will join the European agreement to adopt a single standard for mobile phone chargers.
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As mobile phone usage becomes more commonplace in developing countries, cell phone games are emerging as an entertaining way to increase public advocacy. In India this month, the Danish government launched "Copenhagen Challenge," a detective game designed to educate Indian school children about climate change. Linda Blake reports from New Delhi on the latest educational usage of this technology.
Norwegian mobile company Opera tries to succeed in India with its web browser Opera Mini for mobile phones. Intervju with Operas director in India Sagar Chandna. Video from the streets of Bangalore. Norwegian and english.
Cell Phone Cinema made a huge leap forward in India in the 2nd International festival at AAFT
A Funny English Project-2008. A spoof Gateway support phone call to india. Thanks for watching! Please rate and comment!
India, a women goes in a shop and pays using her mobile phone. It's fast and simple and works simply with any legacy mobile phone.
Texting on his phone while driving his motorcycle on the highways of New Delhi, India.
When Sunil Bharti Mittal started in business more than 30 years ago in Ludhiana in Northern India, he borrowed $1500 to make bicycle crankshafts. Today, he heads the $5 billion Bharti Group, whose flagship company, Bharti Airtel, is India's largest mobile phone operator. Forbes magazine, which estimates Mittal's net worth at some $11 billion, ranks him among Asia's self-made millionaires. Mittal spoke with India Knowledge@Wharton at the US-India Business Council's 33rd annual meeting in Washington, DC, about the leadership and entrepreneurial lessons he has learned during his career. Among them: When faced with a choice between perfection and speed, choose speed; perfection will follow.
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Fosaactv editor Biplab Pal blogged from Indian villages -how mobile is changing rural eonomics-some exciting scenes from remotest of remote India where Mobile is new Mantra of life style.
CEO of Thomson Reuters Tom Glocer talks about Project Market Light, which provides useful information to farmers in India by mobile phone
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This TV ad film sold more than 8000 phones a day in India for many months. Nokia 1100 is the highest selling mobile phone in the world.
Every month India adds millions of new mobile users. Currently about 20 percent of India (population over 1 billion) has mobile phones. In a short span of less than 10 years the number of mobile users in India has grown from a few thousands to millions. In India about 60 percent of the mobile handset market belongs to Nokia. According to one report out of the 60 percent about 25 percent of the handsets sold by Nokia are from their high-end models. But, who are the people behind this interesting statistics and trend? I am always curious to find out who constitutes a typical mobile user in India? Meet Mari, who is a driver located in Bangalore and represents a section of population from urban India who aspire not for simple mobile phones, but high-end multimedia gizmos that come loaded with all the bells and whistles. In this video clip Mari shows us why in India a cell phone is not just a regular cell phone. It is a phone, a radio, a mp3 player, a digital camera, a video player, a calculator and much, much more.
A very rare sight of siddhars who live in Thiruvannamalai caught on mobile phone by some one and telecast on TV
Walking through the slums of northern India. Mobile phone footage.
Lhendup Bhutia is thrilled with his new phone, the much sought after I-phone, an international hit and now available in India. Bhutia's new possession looks exactly like an I-phone but is actually a much cheaper Chinese-made fake. Available at about one third the price of the original, this imposter is remarkably similar in appearance and also has many of the same functions.
This is a short film shot by UCSD team interns summarizing the work they did on mobile phones while living in India vist: revolv.in for more information
www.zoomtv.in Watch the hot and hunky, Arbaaz and the slim and sexy, Malaika Arora Khan at the launch of a new product of a famous cell phone brand. The couple, known for their style and glam quotient, seemed to be quite smitten by the mobile, or maybe they were just doing a good act of being the brand endorsers. Watch the latest Bollywood news, gossip, celebrities, events and more on http
Using some random parts found around bombay, we hacked together a footpowered sewing machine so that it can charge a mobile phone. Since there are footpowered sewing machines in nearly every village in India, this setup might help people stay connected even when the power goes out for days at a time. More at www.revolv.in hack, india, mobile phones, electricity
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