Less than half a year after a launch in August, Comio is pushing monthly sales of 1.25 lakh units and hopes to go completely local with manufacturing soon.
OnePlus has revealed that up to 40,000 users at oneplus.net may have been affected by a malicious code that was injected into the payment page code to steal credit card information of people.
Apple and Samsung are being tried by an anti-trust court in Italy, as the country claims that both companies slow down their ilder phones in favour of newer models.
Google has introduced its selfie feature to the Arts and Culture app in India today. The feature, which matches user selfies to works of art, has gone viral globally.
Nokia has signed a deal with DoCoMo to introduce 5G technology in Japan.
In the last 10 years, researchers claim that upto 14 per cent of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Ether, have been stolen.
Reliance Jio's director Akash Ambani has said that the digital transformation could make India's cloud economy worth $4 billion by the year 2020.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the tech company will release a software update, so that old phones don't face any trouble, even on low battery.
Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan has said that telecom operators cannot get away from the rising instances of call drops, terming telecom infrastructure as a 'fundamental enabler'.
It uses materials such as plastics and metals to convert products envisaged on computer-aided design to real three-dimensional items; commercial users have been its early adopters.
Amazon has shorlisted 20 cities, including one in Canada, that could house its second headquarters.
Google joined other Asian companies by investing in Indonesia's Go-Jek, which will increase the rivalry in the south-east Asian market with ride-hailing majors Grab and Uber.
Lenovo-owned Motorola has said it plans to open 50 Moto Hubs in the national capital by the end of the month. These will bring the entire range of Moto smartphones, and Moto Mods, under Motorola's retail chain.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the iPhone maker will invest in the US, by paying off taxes and creating jobs in a new campus.
Uber has said that its autonomous car will be designed to not need a human backup driver. Expected to undergo trials this year, the ride-hailing service has confirmed that it will conduct safety tests before a public rollout.
A Deloitte report says that over-the-top (OTT) services will continue to receive a push, as content providers look to invest in programming based on Hindi and regional languages.
In a book titled 'The Future Computed', Microsoft believes that technology companies should maintain responsibility and take care of workers, under guidelines to enable AI.
Intel has said that the security patches to the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities were causing the company's newer chips to reboot more often than usual.
Facebook has said it will make a comprehensive check for any Russian influence on its network that affected campaigning and voting for the Brexit referendum.
TRAI will publish its assesment on mobile service providers' adherance to the new call drop rules by the end of this month. Defaulting services will have to pay a Rs 10 lakh fine at the mobile tower level.
The company also said it planned to open a new campus at a location that it will announce later this year. Apple had set aside $36.3 billion in anticipation of tax payments on its foreign cash, meaning the payment would not represent a major impact on its cash flow this quarter.
Devendra Fadnavis also informed that the state government has unveiled its public cloud policy, which will allow all government departments to access public cloud.
HP has brought 3D printing technology solutions to India, and has launched 3D printers starting from Rs 2.5 crore.
Sergio Marchionne, Ferrari's chief, has said that the sports car maker will make an electric supercar. He believes every automaker can technically match Tesla's Roadster.
Google has partnered with Coursera to introduce Google IT Support Professional Certificate programme, that will enable employment in workers in 8-12 months.
Apple's China supplier Catcher, accused of compromising on work conditions, has said the allegations made against it are 'verified as incorrect'.
Microsoft's latest patent is of a brain control device, that can enable apps to be opened by mind control, without the need for physical movements.
Along with setting the framework for the year's telecom policy, TRAI considers this meet an opportunity to discuss problems with telecom operators.
Digital payments major Visa has released a study, that shows that 99 per cent of people surveyed would choose at least one method of biometric verification for payments.
Huawei, the world’s third largest smartphone maker, is planning to open its experience stores in India. The first store will open sometime in the first half of 2018.
Apple's commitment to maintaining safety standards for workers is a farce, as a Bloomberg report points out the plight of supply chain companies, who are pushed to ensure continuous supply.
Ride-hailing major Grab looks to enhance its mobile payments platform by acquiring Indian startup iKaaz.
The lawsuit filed against the US FCC, that seeks to roll back net neutrality rules set under former President Barack Obama, is set to begin from today.
In a blogpost, Google has announced that it has plans to expand cloud infrastructure by 2019. The tech giant will lay 3 undersea cables in order to create a wider network.
Introduced a Customer Experience Centre based on Intel technology, HP Enterprises looks to expand its Internet of Things offerings.
Hackers have gone after cryptocurrency Stellar Lumens, as servers of the BlackWallet app were hijacked to make the loot worth $400,000.