Last week, we saw the BlackBerry saga continuing with Indian Government insisting that RIM provide them with access to corporate email services. The funding train saw Kaltura and Jisgsee jump onboard. Apple set off a storm with its revised guidelines for in-app purchases while Google launched One Pass based on the opposing principles. World Cup Fever started gripping the web space too. All this and a lot more in last week’s wrap-up.
Posts Via WATBlog
- Now Count Your Calories With Sugar Free’s New Mobile App
- Google Tweaks Social Search And Bing Bar Gets Facebook Integration
- Telcos Look To Cash In On World Cup Buzz With Various Offers
- Are Twitter Trends Driven By Mainstream Media?
- Reliance Brings Radio Netherlands Worldwide To R World
- Ibibo Launches CricEx As Fantasy Cricket Games Attract Players
- RockeTalk Launches An App For Samsung’s Bada Platform
- Idea Cellular To Roll Out 3G Services Next Month?
- Google One Pass – One Checkout To Read Them All?
- SlideShare Launches Social Web Conferencing Service – Zipcast
- Reliance Ramps Up R World; Indian Language Content Coming Soon..
- And Now We Have Facebook-Ready SIM Cards Too!
- Twitter And Foursquare Add More Languages To Attract New Users
- ICC Says ‘No Tweeting During World Cup Matches’
- Google Releases Personal BlockList To Block Content Farms
- Indiatimes Bags Mobile Rights For Cricket World Cup
- Nexus Invests In Kaltura – Open Source Video Platform Provider
- Facebook Makes News Feed More Friendly
- Expedia To Spend 25 Crore For Launch In The Indian Market
- Jigsee Raises Funding From Indian Angel Network
- Intercept Or Ban BlackBerry Services – Government Tells Telcos
Press Releases Via WATPR
- Google’s research study on SME’s online behaviour
- InMobi and Cooliris announce technology partnership to deliver true immersive 3D ads for mobile devices worldwide
- UTV Interactive Consolidates its Operations
- Ericsson Powers Reliance’s New Application Store
- Drishti’s Ameyo provides Effective Compliance to RBI’s OTP (One Time Password) Generation Mandate for IVR-based Transactions