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The mobile market continues to grow in India, with feature phones leading the pack. Trends show that India is fond of multi-SIM phones and cheap handsets.
Sify Videomeet provides a software based telepresence service for quality video-conferencing without using any expensive hardware, at a cost of Rs 3 per minute.
Free SMS services are quite popular in India, and the market is consolidating.
This week’s funding stories are a bit different, with a listing company, an auto on call service, an online prepaid reloading service, and online hail-a-taxi.
Dhingana has signed up more than 300 labels to stream their music legally, which is a big deal for the company and India’s music industry.
Hacking group Anonymous brings down Indian government websites in retaliation for ISPs doing a blanket ban on file sharing sites.
A Nielsen study has found that men and women use smartphones differently, particularly with messaging apps, web browsing and time spent on each activity.