ASUS' answer to the Surface Pro 4, the Transformer 3 Pro, has made its debut in India. And much like Microsoft's offering, ASUS' 2-in-1 device is priced out of reach, with retail prices starting from ₹1,44,990 ($2,160).
Amazon has finally launched its Prime service in India. The service offers free (and unlimited) one-day and two-day delivery options across 100 cities in India, with no minimum order amount for delivery.
Launched in 2009, Truecaller offers an integrated caller ID service which automatically searches for contact details when a user receives a call. The phone number database is created by crowdsourcing contact details from users’ address books.
Microsoft has announced the launch of its online storefront on Tata CLiQ. The newly launched Tata CLiQ is an e-commerce venture by Tata Group, India's biggest business conglomerate, aimed to be a marketplace for in-house and partner companies to sell apparel and electronics.
Indian carriers are making 4G widely available in the country, and it looks like they're starting to trial next-generation 5G services. Nokia Networks is in discussion with telecom vendors over 5G feasibility trials.
Luis von Ahn is an associate professor in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University. He founded reCAPTCHA, which was sold to Google in 2009, and then co-founded Duolingo, world’s largest language-learning online platform.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will be in Delhi on May 30, where he will interact with young achievers, entrepreneurs, developers, and students. Nadella will also take part in an hour-long session with the top CEOs of corporate India, which is commissioned by the Confederation of Indian Industry.
While 4G has been rolling out in India since 2012, the segment will see its largest expansion this year. Reliance Jio is set to debut its long-awaited service, while Airtel, Idea, and Vodafone are aggressively expanding into more cities. Here's what you need to know about the state of 4G in India.
Skype is partnering with Sify to allow Indian customers the ability to add funds to their account with ease. The option to add funds using credit cards issued in India has existed for some time now, and today's partnership will let you buy Skype credit or pay for subscriptions using netbanking and debit cards.
RailYatri is an invaluable resource for all those undertaking a train journey in the country. The service provides real-time train information, PNR status, seat availability, and so much more. The app has picked up an update that introduces a visual refresh for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.