Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra has announced that the company is moving user data and services to new servers over multiple sites, in order to improve user access speeds and combat fears over privacy.
OnePlus has confirmed that it is in talks with three leading e-commerce players in order to begin operations in India.
Samsung has begun sending out media invites for a Galaxy Note 4 launch event in India on October 15th. The phone will be available for purchase on October 17th.
After missing out on purchasing WhatsApp, Google is planning to launch its own mobile messaging app in India and other emerging markets.
Indian e-retailer FlipKart has just listed the Moto 360 smartwatch for sale on its website at a price of Rs. 17,999.
Android is by far the most popular mobile platform in the world so everything should be rosy right? We take a look at the growth of China and India, the profitability of the OEMs, and the threats to Google’s dominance.
Following the successful launch of cost-effective Karbon, Spice, and Micromax handsets, a second wave of Android One phones could arrive by the end of 2014.
Google and Airtel are reportedly in talks to enable carrier billing for Play Store users in India. Google and Airtel are currently negotiating their respective cuts of each transaction.
Offline access to most YouTube videos is coming to users in India over the next few weeks.
Google’s Android One program just made its official debut in India, with the first three devices from local manufacturers Karbonn, Micromax, and Spice set to go on sale today.