Mobile Internet service has been suspended in Kashmir valley where a shutdown is being observed on Sunday against attacks on Kashmiris in Jammu and other parts of India. An official said that the service was suspended last evening as a precautionary measure to prevent spreading of sensitive material that could disturb law and order situation […]
Apple and Samsung Electronics were the top two semiconductor chip buyers in 2018, representing 17.9 per cent of the global market, a Gartner report said on Monday.
BSNL, state-owned telecom operator, kick started its first 4G services in Kashmir from Baramulla district on Wednesday.
Redmi, Xiaomi’s new sub-brand, is set to add another smartphone in its portfolio. Called Redmi X, the smartphone will be the company’s first smartphone to come with in-screen fingerprint display.
Reliance Jio has launched JioRail app for JioPhone and JioPhone 2 users that would enable them to book and cancel tickets and check PNR status.
Apple is facing a lawsuit from an Ohio man who claims his three-week old iPhone XS Max caught fire in his trouser pocket.
OnePlus 6T is here. The new smartphone brings a number of new features, ranging from a new screen design to the latest OxygenOS (based on Android Pie). But in terms of sheer specifications, it’s not really a big update over the predecessor, OnePlus 6.
The iOS 12 is one of the most awaited updates for Apple users. It offers tremendous improvements in performance, even on older devices, and adds a host of new value-added features. Moreover, it gets rid of the several nasty bugs that plagued iOS 11 and affected the user experience with each update. At the keynote, […]
Samsung Electronics Co on Friday said its second-quarter operating profit advanced 5.19 per cent from a year earlier, but it failed to post record-breaking earnings apparently due to weaker-than-expected smartphone sales.
Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”) today said that it has crossed the 50 lakh customers’ mark in Jammu & Kashmir.
airtel, India’s largest telecommunications service provider, Monday said that it has crossed the 50-lakh mark of its customer base in Jammu and Kashmir.
In a bid to curb spread of rumours via social media platforms, the Kishtwar district administration near here has asked the netizens having WhatsApp groups and Facebook pages to get their antecedents verified by police and seek their permission within ten days to continue running them.