The number of Internet users in India has reached 205 million in October this year and by June 2014, India will have 243 million internet users, at which point of time, it is expected to overtake the US as the second largest Internet base in the world, cites a report in the Internet and Mobile Association of India.
Blackberry is expected to launch their recently launched premium smartphone in India on October 24. The phone maybe priced around Rs 45,000. Blackberry sent out a media invite stating that 'they would be unveiling latest offering built to keep you moving'.
Soon, you will be able to check how much radiation is being emitted from the mobile tower installed on a building in your locality with the click of a mouse button. The Department of Telecommunication (DoT) will be launching an online portal to help people check if mobile towers across the country are complying with radiation norms.
Canadian handsets maker BlackBerry made its BBM instant messenger available as a free download for Apple and Android devices on Thursday. Sunil Lalvani, the company s India managing director, spoke with Priyanka Sahay on how BBM will be more secure than any other instant messenger tools and how this will help the company on its way forward. Excerpts from the interview:
Miley Cyrus seems to always be in the headlines these days, first for her shocking performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards and now for her new single Wrecking Ball. The single released on Monday, September 10 and in 24 hours, it was the most watched video on YouTube beating previous record holders, One Direction.
Gone are the days when policing could not survive without human intelligence. Mukbeer or informer is gradually being replaced by technology. So, recent mobile applications like WhatsApp and Truecaller and Google software are the new faceless informers of the Ahmedabad city police.
Assuring Union home ministry of adequately addressing its security concerns, the National Information Board (NIB), the highest policy making body for cyber and telecom security, has cleared the National Telecom Security Policy (NTSP) for submission before the cabinet committee on security for approval.
From a garage startup in Silicon Valley to a multi-billion dollar company that has more than 70 offices in over 40 global locations, in 15 years, Google has come a long way. It has changed the way we study, communicate and find places. Now to do most tasks, there's always an option to 'Google' it.
John Wisden lives in the memory of cricket fans even today thanks to the 'Bible of Cricket' he started way back in 1864 after his retirement from first class cricket. On the English cricketer's 187th birthday, Google had a yellow and red doodle to mark the day.
Facebook is on a roll. Just two months after introducing the not-so-innovative hashtags, they are now testing a trending section on the homepage. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed the test on Friday to Wall Street Journal.