Why Are Telcos In India Are Dragging Feet About Location Sharpness?

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The Indian Government is presently a very worried organization owing to its inability to accurately pinpoint location of mobile users and the Indian telecom companies do not seem to be helping.In a matter of 3 weeks, the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has sent out two separate reminders to telecom service providers asking them to revert on the status of augmenting their cell-towers with location...
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Mobile Phones And Liquid Damage [An Infographic]

Water Damage Restoration May Restore Your Cell Phones
Mobile phones keep getting better every other day it seems but there is one big vulnerability they have, especially during the monsoons – Liquid Damage. While it is true that there are phones that are water resistant, those are few and far between. A majority of phones get wet and damaged because of our absentmindedness.Here is a fun infographic by the guys over at PartSelect, which gives you...
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DoT Is Forcing Telcos To Install Expensive Monitoring Equipment

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Department of Telecommunications (DoT)  is arm-twisting all telecom service providers to install expensive Monitoring Equipment. Known as ‘Location Based Servers’ (LBS), these will be instrumental in enhancing the security of the nation by giving the security agencies ways to track calls with accurate location. Apparently, DoT too has faced flak for not being stricter in the implementation by...
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Cellphone An Integral Part Of Indian Consumer’s Life, Says Nokia VP D. Shivakumar

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In the mobile phone game, one brand immediately comes to mind: Nokia. They have been around for over a decade and their phones are sold in virtually every corner of the world. Having shipped over a billion mobile phones over the years, from the legendary 3310 to the latest Lumia range, Nokia are one of the oldest players in the market. One of their biggest markets is India. Nokia India is their Indian...
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The New Trend In Mobile Advertising…

Today everyone is aware about the convenience nature of mobile phones – known as third screen after TV and Computers, its growing popularity seems to be catching the eye of advertising media. Mobile market subscription in India for September was 248.7 million released by TRAI, mobile advertising is becoming more popular way to promote the products. It is emerging as biggest competitor for internet...
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Bye Bye Piracy

As India crossed the mark of 200 million cell phone subscription, music piracy is on a roll. Around 25 – 30 % of cell phones in the market are capable of music and video transfers. The mobile music market serving products like monophonic and polyphonic tunes, true tones, sing tones, and full song mobile music and video downloads is estimated around Rs.400 crore. Illegal music downloads on cell phones...
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Facebook Now On BlackBerry!

While mobility being the Next Gen appeal for social networking, firms like Helio are Offering MySpace on their cell phones. BlackBerry being not left out in the race, has introduced Facebook web application for mobile phones.Mike Lazaridis, founder of RIM.com, joined Dustin Moskovitz, co-founder of Facebook, to formally demonstrated Facebook for BlackBerry Smartphones at the CTIA Wireless IT &...
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