India’s biggest shopping site Flipkart is offering the Lenovo A6000, arguably India’s most sought after mobile phone, without any prebooking. The phone can be bought from Flipkart’s website without any booking or registration today, while the Redmi 2 requires preregistration and quick fingers. Lenovo A6000 is India’s cheapest LTE 4G phone and is based on … Continue reading Lenovo A6000 available on demand from Flipkart, better than Redmi 2?
This batch of writ petitions filed under Article 32 of the Constitution of India raises very important and far-reaching questions relatable primarily to the fundamental right of free speech and expression guaranteed by Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution of India. The immediate cause for concern in these petitions is Section 66A of the Information Technology … Continue reading Full Text: Supreme Court Judgement scrapping Section 66A of Indian IT Act
Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are now available in India for pre-booking on the company’s estore, and is priced at Rs 49,990 and Rs 58,900 respectively. “Shipment starts from 10th April onwards,” the company said on its website. To prebook, you have to pay Rs 2,000, and the balance has to be paid on … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy S6, Edge available in India for pre-booking at Rs 2000
India’s biggest e-retailer Flipkart is offering special discounts on its ‘big app shopping days’ from today through Wednesday, including on mobiles, TVs, tablets and clothes. The highlights of the offer are the discounts on items that are exclusively sold through Flipkart – such as mobile phones from brands like Motorola. Another interesting offer is that … Continue reading Flipkart offers app discounts on mobiles and TVs – Xperia Z3 for Rs 35,500
The Huawei Honor 6 Plus, the successor to the modestly successful Honor 6, will be priced at Rs 19,999 in India, and seemingly offers a better deal than the OnePlus One. The 5-inch Honor 6, the predecessor to this model, was introduced in India for Rs 19,999 by Flipkart around six months ago, and about … Continue reading Huawei Honor 6 Plus, priced 19,999, dethrones OnePlus One in India?
Chinese brand Xiaomi has emerged as the no. 1 seller of 4G smartphones in India, while Microsoft (Nokia) and Lava are ahead of Micromax in the overall market, according to CyberMedia Mobile Handset Market report, Jan 2015. According to CyberMedia Research’s numbers, Xiaomi had a 30.8% share in the 4G market in India, followed by … Continue reading Xiaomi No. 1 in 4G handsets in India, Lava overtakes Micromax in overall market
HTC One E9 and HTC One M9 Plus, the first ever quad-HD phones from the Taiwanese brands, will launch in India by the end of March or early in April, and will carry price tags of around Rs 40,000 and Rs 50,000 respectively. The E9 is a 5.5-inch model, while the M9 Plus is a … Continue reading HTC One M9 Plus, E9 to launch in India in 3 weeks, price 50k, 40k, quad-HD
The Indian government’s poor financial condition is the weakest aspect of India’s credit profile, international ratings agency Moody’s has said, adding that state-owned banks’ poor assets are another area of concern. On the other hand, strong private savings and growth are positive aspects to the Indian economy, Moody’s added. “Government finances are the weakest aspect … Continue reading Government finance dragging down India’s credit profile – Moody’s
The controversy around the ‘anti-Kejriwal’ activities of Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav has created unrest among the volunteers, with many, if not most of them, unhappy with the ‘humiliation’ of the leaders. “The way things are happening shows immaturity on your part,” said volunteer Sanjay Singh in a comment posted on the Aam Aadmi Party … Continue reading Are Kejriwal Bhakts destroying the Aam Aadmi Party?