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Mobile Internet users in India to reach 371 mn by June 2016

The number of mobile Internet users in India is expected to grow over 55 per cent to 371 million by June this year.

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OPPO, Vivo steal Apple’s sale thunder

Local handset vendors like OPPO and Vivo are rising up the rankings in the world’s largest smartphone market, using local marketing savvy.

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Used smartphones sale to touch $1.7 bn in India in 2016: Deloitte

India is forecast to generate about $1.7 billion used handsets for owners this year, a report by consultancy firm Deloitte said.

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Lenovo, Motorola’s smartphone shipments up by 60% in India: Report

Samsung lead the Indian smartphone market, with its devices accounting for around a quarter, according to Canalys.


Apple, Xiaomi face tough times in China as smartphone demand stumbles

China’s smartphone boom may be over, as Apple and Xiaomi grapple with a slowing economy and intense competition.

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Smartphone shipments to overtake feature phones in 2016 in India: CMR

Smartphones will continue to be the growth engine for the market.

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Appy Sixer: Six Games To Play This Cricket Season

If you wish to put willow to leather without having to step out of the confines of your room, well, there are a few options for you.

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Vaporcade Jupiter: The Android smartphone you can smoke

Vaporcade is offering a smartphone that will allow you to make calls and text as well as smoke your favourite e-flavours

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2016 won’t be exciting or revolutionary for smartphones, and that’s good

In the word “smartphone”, the “smart” is now not about what it *can* do with hardware, it’s more about what it *will* do with software.

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2015: When affordable smartphones became flagships

In the world of technology, especially in a mobile-first market like India, the stocktaking is primarily about how the smartphone industry progressed.

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Smartphone craze falling? Market to see first single-digit growth year

The slower growth of smartphone is largely attributed to lower shipments of smartphones running alternative operating systems.

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6degrees, addappt, Contacts+: Apps that will manage your contacts

We take a look at five apps that will help you manage your phonebook efficiently.

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Smartphones and tablets overtake PCs in China’s online retail sales, says report

China’s largest online retailers have been pushing for more sales of their mobile apps amid growing penetration of smartphones in the country.

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China mulling its own ‘secure’ smartphones

Growing wary of US surveillance, China is mulling its own secure smartphones.

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App Watch: Tinder to TrulyMadly, here’s all about dating apps

Looking at the popularity of these online dating websites in India, I decided to experience the ‘never before experienced’ arena myself.

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