Indian politicians are currently leading a campaign to boycott Chinese goods. But an IndiaSpend analysis shows why this will fail: China is India's largest trade partner, a sixth of India‘s imports are Chinese, up from a tenth in 2011-12, while India‘s exports to its rival have halved over the same period.
Idea Cellular‘s Navnit Narayan, chief service delivery officer, Idea Cellular, gives the details of how they have successfully implemented data analytics into their systems.
When given the choice, most people around the world would give up their cellphones rather than their computer and would prefer to live without social networking rather than television, according to a new global survey.
Fitting older versions of Google's Inc popular Android software to cheaper cellphones could send the repair costs of global telecoms operators up as much as USD 2 billion, a study by wireless services firm WDS showed.
With companies racing to take advantage of new technologies facilitating payment services over mobile phones, most executives worldwide believe the use of cellphones for financial transactions will gain widespread acceptance within four years, according to a KPMG survey.
The WHO study on cellphones being carcinogenic is based on ambiguous findings.
One out of every five cellphones sold in the world are illegal or unlicensed copycats, hurting the position of producers like Nokia in emerging markets, the world top manufacturer by volume said on Friday.