The S&P BSE Telecom index was trading 0.34 per cent up at 1,705 around 01:50 pm (IST), with shares of Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) (up 4.91 per cent), Mahanagar Telephone Nigam (up 3.46 per cent), Bharti Infratel (up 2.67 per cent) and ITI (up 2.21 per cent) as the top gainers. However, Reliance Communications (down 5.33…
New Delhi: Indian Railways has increased the monthly cap on tickets booked on the ICRTC portal from six to 12 for Aadhaar-verified passengers, officials said.
Washington: Facebook Inc. received several tongue-lashings during US congressional hearings this week, but the world’s largest social network also got an assignment: Figure out how to notify tens of millions of Americans who might have been fed Russian propaganda.
Samsung continues to be the global smartphone market leader for another quarter but Chinese company Xiaomi is the fastest growing company in the same period, according to IDC’s (International Data Corporation) Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker for Q3 2017.
New York: A prominent Silicon Valley investor who was an early backer of Facebook Inc. partnered in two investments with the Russian state-controlled bank VTB Bank PJSC before it was sanctioned, his spokesman confirmed Friday.
Dublin: A planned $1 billion Apple Inc. data centre is in doubt after Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said the US company’s chief executive Tim Cook would no longer commit to it, adding that Dublin would do whatever necessary to get it built.
New York/ San Francisco/ London: Broadcom Ltd chief executive officer (CEO) Hock Tan is contemplating an audacious $100 billion bid for Qualcomm Inc., people familiar with the matter said, using what would be the largest technology takeover to build a powerhouse that dominates the market for wireless chips.
The telecom regulator has directed Reliance Communications to smoothen the process for subscribers wanting to move out of the carrier’s network in 17 circles where its services are being shut down from December 1.
Bengaluru: Mutual fund investor Valic Co. has trimmed the valuation of India’s most valuable start-up Flipkart, months after the e-commerce market leader raised nearly $3 billion from marquee investors led by Japan’s SoftBank, Tencent Holdings, eBay and Microsoft—an indication that some smaller investors in Flipkart are still divided over its valuation.
New Delhi: Bharti Telecom has increased its shareholding in Bharti Airtel to 50.10% by acquiring over 184.7 million shares from Indian Continent Investment Ltd (ICIL).