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Binatone 3G data card with SIM unlock

The 3G card is for small offices, home users, business professionals and families with multiple devices.


Micromax Win W092, the most affordable Microsoft Windows Phone

Micromax, now the world’s 10th largest smartphone manufacturer, could give Microsoft the kind of volumes Lumia devices have not been able to achieve


Oppo Find 7 at Rs 37,990. Flagship smartphone are becoming cheaper

The phone comes with a lot of innovative features not available in other models at the moment and is priced at Rs 37,990.

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Bharti Airtel increases stake in Qualcomm-founded 4G firm to 93.45 pct

Bharti Airtel had acquired a 49 per cent stake in WBSPL in May 2012 for $165 mn.


Intel prepares ultra-small chips for Dick Tracy-style gadgets

Intel is working on a new line of ultra-small microchips for wearable devices like smartwatches.


Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch blends style,tech wizardry: Review

Galaxy Gear,a new computing device worn like a wristwatch,is certain to pique much curiosity.


Samsung unveils Galaxy Gear smartwatch to power Galaxy Note sales

Galaxy Gear goes on sale worldwide,except US and Japan,on Sept 25,with prices starting at $299.

Bharti raises stake in Qualcomm India BWA entities

Telecom major Bharti Airtel today said it has acquired an additional 2 per cent stake in all the four Indian broadband wireless access


Bharti Airtel shares up over 2% after raising stake in Qualcomm

On the NSE,the Bharti Airtel scrip settled 2.19 per cent higher at Rs 301.


All Rounder: Asus Fonepad

Intel finally enters the tablet segment with the Asus Fonepad.

File rejoinder on govt’s response: TDSAT to Qualcomm

A TDSAT bench asked Qualcomm to file its reply within a week and posted the matter on August 21.

Ericsson in India’s first 4G TD-LTE deal

Ericsson said it inked India’s first-ever 4G equipment contract for a broadband network.

$1 bn & 15 months later,DoT spikes Qualcomm plan

ISP licence for the CDMA chipmaker’s Indian subsidiaries rejected

Data to comprise 30 pc share of telcos rev by 2016: Qualcomm

Data services would contribute about 30 per cent of the revenues of telecom operators in India by 2016.