After nearly a month, Xiaomi has announced that it will be expanding the availability of the Mi MIX 2. It will now be available in India starting in November and will be priced at around US$550.
With India being the second most populous country in the world after China, it gives Google hundreds of million reasons to ensure that its platform supports the needs of the country, as it just did.
As part of India's national blood donor day, Facebook will roll out tools on Android and the web to make it easier for people to become blood donors, and find blood donors via its platform.
While not the end of the world, mosquitoes are a bit of nuisance when roaming the outdoors or when they come into the home. LG is introducing a new solution that will arrive with its latest phone.
Sony has launched its latest mid-range addition to the firm's X-series line-up, the Xperia XA1 Plus, in India. The handset offers a good camera and some pretty decent specs at the price of ₹24,990.
After reports late last week, it appears that Google is rolling out Tez, a mobile payment app leveraging India's Unified Payments Interface (UPI) framework with support for three banks.
As per a report, the Indian government is working on creating its own cryptocurrency, backed by its reserve bank. It will reportedly be named after Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess representing wealth.
The Reserve Bank of India is exploring the possibilities of issuing its own cryptocurrency, adding that it's rather uncomfortable with "non-fiat cryptocurrencies" such as bitcoin.
Google will reportedly be unveiling its new digital payments system, dubbed Google Tez, on the 18th of September. The system could allow users to transfer money between bank accounts on their mobiles.
India will join France, the UK, and China in a push to ban gasoline and diesel cars. According to the country's road transport minister, companies should prepare for upcoming legislation changes.
Last month, HMD Global announced the refreshed Nokia 105 and Nokia 130 feature phones with improved designs and a few under the hood changes. The latter is now available in India for Rs. 1,599.
Vivo has announced a new handset, the Y69. The device will make its debut on September 1 in India and will include a 5.5-inch display, 13MP rear camera, and will also pack a 3,000mAh battery.
Seemingly taking several pages out of the playbook written by Microsoft, BlackBerry has made its intentions clear that it is aiming to license out its in-house fork of Android to device makers.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has accused Apple of "data colonization" as the company restricts its users from sharing call logs and text messages with the regulator's apps to combat spam.
Lenovo has launched its first smartphone with dual camera setup, the K8 Note, in India. The budget-friendly phone comes with stock Android OS and starts at the price of INR 12,999.
A popular service named the Wayback Machine, which allows people to revisit thousands of old websites, has been blocked to many users in India. The block appears to have come from a government order.
Coolpad isn't a well-known brand within the US, but it does have a presence in other countries. The firm announced the launch of the Note 5 Lite C at over 3,000 locations in India.
BlackBerry has announced a special black variant of its KEYone smartphone for India. The BlackBerry KEYone 'Limited Edition Black' will be exclusive to an online retailer in the region.
If you thought KFC's release of a limited edition smartphone was a bit strange, the Gamer's Box 2.0 collaboration with Mountain Dew is even stranger. It will be limited to just ten pieces.
The Indian transport and highways minister, Nitin Gadkari, has stated that the country will not allow driverless cars to be tested on its roads, over concerns that the technology would take away jobs.
India's Reliance Jio has announced a 4G LTE feature phone with VoLTE support, dubbed as JioPhone. The device will be sold for an effectively free price and cheaper tariffs on the Jio network.
Sony's latest mid-range handset, the Xperia XA1 Ultra, has been launched in India priced at INR 29,990. The device offers some decent specifications and can be picked up from retail stores today.
The DEMU train will use solar panels attached to the roofs of its coaches to provide internal power for things like lighting, this will mean the trains can save up to 21,000 litres of diesel per year.
It appears that the next major update to Windows 10, originally known as the "Fall Creators Update", will instead be called the "Autumn Creators Update" in many countries, including the UK and India.
Samsung has just launched the Galaxy On Max in India for INR 16,900. The device seems similar to Galaxy J7 Max which was released back in June. The selling of the handset will start from July 10.
India's chief of cybersecurity has revealed that the country's government is pushing for Microsoft to offer a one-time discount on Windows 10 for users to upgrade from less secure versions of the OS.
Amazon is expected to launch its digital assistant, Alexa, and devices from its Echo lineup, in India later this year, with multi-lingual support for prominent Indian languages coming after launch.
Four people have been arrested on suspicion of involvement in scam calls, in which victims are led to believe they're paying 'Microsoft' to fix issues that the scammers have created on their PCs.
Indian government and the American search giant are at loggerheads, it seems, as officials from the administration called Google Maps "inauthentic" and "unreliable", also questioning its accuracy.
Apple has started stocking retailers in Bengaluru with the first batch of its India-assembled iPhone SE phones. The 32GB variant is launching at ₹27,200, while the 128GB variant costs ₹37,200.
Facebook has added new safeguards to its service that it hopes will deter those that steal profile images. Picture Profile Guard includes a variety of new safeguards and visual cues.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, which was announced at Mobile World Congress in February, has finally made its way to India and will be available for purchase starting from today, priced at Rs.47,990.
With only a couple of weeks to go before the official announcement for the OnePlus 5, more details are slowly leaking out. It now appears that we have alleged pricing for the handsets in India.
A year after Samsung unveiled the Galaxy J3 Pro, it's now on sale in India - but it's shipping with Android 5.1.1, which was a year old when the device was announced, and is now over two years old.
After beginning its Android 7.0 rollout for the Galaxy A5 (2016) earlier this month, Samsung has now made the Nougat update available for that device, and for the Galaxy A7 (2016), in India.
Remember when HTC promised to bring Android updates to its One A9 within 15 days of their release for Nexus devices? Well, it's now bringing Nougat to the One A9 in India, eight months behind Google.
Three months after Samsung began its Nougat rollout, and eight months after Google originally released Android 7.0, the update now appears to be making its way to the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in India.
LG has opened pre-registrations for the G6 in India, indicating that a launch is near. The handset is expected to cost around INR 50,000, making it a strong competitor to Samsung's offerings.
Uber will be expanding its UberEATS food delivery service to six major cities in India by the end of this year. Mumbai is likely to be the first city where the service will begin its operations.
Samsung took to Twitter to announce that its latest flagship handsets, the Galaxy S8 and S8+, are lined up for a launch in India on April 19. However, it deleted the tweet after a few hours.