Amazon is now offering users with a better reading experience on the Kindle 3G + Wi-Fi edition at a reduced price of US $139 (works out to Rs. 6100 in Indian currency). The actual price of the Kindle 3G + Wi-Fi, 6 inch screen edition is around US $189. This $50 dip in the price … Continue reading Amazon Offers Kindle 3G + Wi-Fi Edition At A Reduced Price Of US $139
Bangalore (India) based Tejas Networks has come up with a new product line (14xx) which has the potential of solving 3G roll-out problems for a number of Mobile service providers. This new range of devices employs the technology behind Tejas’s award winning packet optical transport platform (POTP, which powers it’s TJ 1600 series of devices) … Continue reading New Product From Tejas Networks Offers Scalable & Cost-effective 3G Services Roll-Out
Vodafone has launched an innovative and portable Mobile Wi-Fi terminal device in India which can be used by 5 users simultaneously to connect to Vodafone’s 3G network. It contains a SIM slot to connect to the 3G network and 5 users can then connect their computers, mobile gaming devices, digital music players to the device … Continue reading Vodafone Launches R201 – MiFi Device in India: 3G Over Wi-Fi!
CES has always been the place where you get the hang of amazing and innovative new technology. Carrying forward our series of articles covering CES 2011, we have this one covering 4G handsets.
Micromax has already registered a lot of “firsts” to it’s name. We have already told you about Micromaxlaunching the first mobile phone in India to have a Rupee symbol key. Now Micromax has launched world’s lightest 3.5G touch phone “Modu – T” in association with Israel based Modu Telecom in India.
According to LiveMint, Indian IT services company MindTree will launch 3G Android phone in the second half of 2011.