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Google reiterates Android One support

Google is set to put its faltering Android One programme at the heart of a …

Google maintaining Android One support, despite lukewarm response

Google remains committed to its Android One project, despite signs that vendors in India – …

MediaTek exec talks up local brand value

David Ku, CFO of MediaTek, took the opportunity to fight the corner of local device …

Google broadening Android One scope; unveils first devices

Google announced availability of the first phones under its Android One programme, while also revealing …

Speculation mounts for imminent Android One launch

Google is reportedly set to unveil one or more Android One devices in India toward …

Intex debuts Firefox OS smartphone for India

Intex Technologies introduced the first Firefox OS smartphone targeting the Indian market, with the device …

Android One targets low-cost smartphones

Google announced its Android One initiative, intended to drive the creation of low-cost Android smartphones …

India proposes major changes to telecoms rules

India’s Telecoms Minister Kapil Sibal (pictured) has outlined a number of new policies he hopes to include in the country’s forthcoming new telecoms regulatory bill. The biggest overhaul is expected to concern the current merger and acquisition rules in the telecoms sector, which currently do not allow one company to hold 10 percent or more in two competing operators in a single service zone.

Indian regulator granted stay on Idea/Spice alliance

India’s telecoms authorities were awarded an “ex-parte stay” on the previously-approved merger of operators Idea Cellular and Spice, a move which was branded “duplicity and muscle-flexing” by Idea, according to a report in the country’s Economic Times.

Sharp announces Indian handset play

Japanese electronics company Sharp announced its entry into the competitive Indian handset market, which the vendor says “represents a strategic move for Sharp towards becoming a leader in the mobility market in India.”