Compared to the July-September 2016 period, shipment in the said quarter declined sharply by 20.3 per cent.
West Bengal government has envisaged to set up a single mobile platform
Chinese telecom major ZTE is planning to launch up to 8 new devices in the next few months as it looks to grab 3-4 per cent share of the Indian market.
India’s smartphone market saw a 17.8 per cent decline in sales at 28.9 million units during October-December 2016 compared with the previous quarter.
Storing electrical energy more quickly than current electrodes is important for future applications in portable electronics and electric vehicles.
App Annie notes a growth in both downloads and usage of apps, with publishers having made over $89 billion in revenue during 2016
A US-based company has developed a smartphone prototype with a full colour flexible display which can be rolled up on the wrist.
Analysts predict that number of exits in the smartphone market will exceed number of entrants in 2017.
A new study shows that women spend twice the time on their smartphones as compared to men.
Analyst firm App Annie believes that 2017 will be a banner year for the app ecosystem, with app store spendings to reach $65 billion
Among the sectors affected by demonetisation is that of feature phones and affordable smartphones that saw close to a 90% decline initially
The smartphone market in India crossed the 30 million unit shipments milestone for the first time ever in a quarter.
Apple had its first double-digit decline with iPhone sales going down over 14 per cent year on year
Many Indians still face a number of barriers to owning and using mobile phones, including cost, network quality and coverage.
Limits to use of technology during bonding time — like at the dinner table — should extend to parents too, children feel.