Micromax’ first phone released under the Yu brand launched today in India, bringing solid specs and Cyanogen at a price tag of approximately $140.
Shashin Devsare, Executive Director of Karbonn Mobiles, has confirmed that the company’s second generation Android One smartphone will launch in Q1 2015.
A New Delhi court banned OnePlus from selling its One smartphone in India, at the request of local manufacturer Micromax. The reason? Micromax has an exclusive deal with Cyanogen that prevents any other company from selling Cyanogen-powered devices in India, including OnePlus.
Skype is offering customers in India free calls to US and Canadian landlines and mobiles until March 2015.
Xiaomi obtained a partial lift of the injunction banning it to sell smartphones in India, after a Delhi court decided that its Qualcomm-powered devices should not be affected by the ban.
Micromax has begun sending out invites to the launch event of its upcoming YU smartphone, which will be unveiled on December 13th.
Google has finally switched on YouTube’s offline playback capability, starting with India, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
In the latest saga of patent warfare, the High Court of Delhi has awarded Ericsson injunction against Xiaomi in India.
Update: it’s official: the Chromecast will go on sale from tomorrow December 10 in India, via the Google Play Store, Airtel, and Snapdeal.
Cyanogen clarifies its clarification about OnePlus One OTA updates in India. Bottom line, regional devices sold directly in India won’t get any updates.