Olive has sent out an invite to the media to attend the event. Olive Telecoms CEO Arun Khanna said the company plans to introduce Android 2.2 Froyo based smartphones in the market by March 2011. The media invite which shows Aircel and Qualcomm as participants is an indication of Aircel will be partnering with Olive and will be run on its network while the smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm processor.
Android Market is now enabled for Indian Android lovers to purchase paid apps. In addition, the Android Market is expanded for developers from 20 more countries (total 29 now) to develop and sell paid apps in the Android Market. The service uses Google Checkout for payments. […]
Videocon Mobile Phones announced its entry in the Android phone market, by launching ‘Videocon Zeus’ in the Indian market. “Videocon Zeus” ‘ (Model: V7500) is a Multi-Touch, 3.5G, Android 2.1 (Éclair) ready phone with a large 3.2 inch multi-touch (capacitive) screen with 600 MHz Qualcomm Microprocessor, 5MP camera, Wi-Fi, A-GPS and Push Mail amongst many other features. The Android powered Zeus replicates the PC experience for the user on the move. […]
Indian Ministry of External Affairs will introduce a smart phone app by mid July 2013. The app will serve all kinds of people who use the services like Passports, Kailash-Manasasarovar trips, Haj and Visa/Consular services. The app will be available on both Android and iOS platforms. According to the officials, media, students, scholars, diplomats, travelers and the average citizen will be among the beneficiaries. […]