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- US Senators Urge India To Soften Data Localisation Stance
- Confident That BharatNet Project Will Be Completed on Time: Telecom Min
- Bengaluru Gears For Free Wi-Fi As Agencies Prepare To Setup 5,938 Hotspots Across The City
- RJio Becomes Second Largest Player In Terms of Subscriber Market
- Not Paying Much For Data And Calls? This Is Whom You Are Making Suffer Big Losses
- ITI Receives Rs 334 Crore Order For RajNet Project
- TDSAT Clears The Deck For RCom Spectrum Sale To Reliance Jio
- Bharti Airtel Ties Up With Flipkart, Netflix To Give Customised Offers: Report
- RBI Unlikely To Extend Oct 15 Deadline on Data Localisation
- Smartphones, Smartwatches To Get Expensive As India Set To Raise Import Tariffs
- Cybersecurity: Need More Support From Government, Says DSCI CEO
- The Challenges For Fintech Adoption In India
- Telecom Towercos And Deal Trends In India
- No Internet Shutdown In India: Cyber Security Official
- Telecom Operators Asked To Improve Network Connectivity In J&K’s Poonch
- Telecom Department Limits Subscriber Enrollment During Network Test To 5%
- Expect Three More Quarters of Losses For Telecom Industry: COAI Chief Mathews
- Vodafone Idea To Award New Network Contracts To Nokia, Ericsson, Huawei In A Week; ZTE May Lose Biz
- IT Min Gets Over 400 Responses on Draft Personal Data Protection Bill
- I Continue To Believe Aadhaar Disclosure Does Not Raise Digital Risks: RS Sharma
- First India-Israel Innovation Centre Opens In Bengaluru
- Airtel 4G Network Coverage Expanded In Assam
- Data Localisation: Jaitley Meets RBI DG, IT Secy
- MTNL May Issue Preferential Shares To Launch 4G Services, Looks To Raise Rs 6,292 Cr: Report
- HC Declines PIL Against Poor Telecom Signals
- Vodafone Sakhi Mobile Safety Service Launched
- Why 4G Does Not Guarantee Great Mobile Video In India
- Smartphone Sales: Over 5 days, Online Retailers Hope To Sell 10 Million Units – Check Details of Festival Season Smartphone Projections
- Call Connection Time, Call Mute on TRAI’s Radar; Seeks Operators Data For A Fix
- Telcos Seek Alternative Digital Identification Process For New Users
- IBM India Plans To Tap New Revenue Streams From Telecom Companies
- Draft Electronics Policy Aims $400 Bn Manufacturing Ecosystem Turnover By 2025
- Consumer Seeks Rs 10 Mn From Vodafone, NCDRC Fines Him For Frivolous Appeal
- HC Declines Plea on Call Drops In Capital
- Nokia To Cut Jobs In Multiple Countries After Alcatel-Lucent Deal, 5G Shift
- M12 Expands Investment Reach To India
- Microsoft To Set Up 10 AI Labs, Train 5 Lakh Youth In India
- Vivo India Partners Cashify To Allow Exchange Of Old Smartphones
- Samsung Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 Design Revealed Ahead Of Launch
- AT&T Reports Increased LTE Coverage Area For FirstNet Subscribers
- Making LTE And 5G More Broadcast Friendly
- The President Of Microsoft Says Top Leaders At The World’s Biggest Tech Companies Meet Regularly
- Joe Lieberman Called Chinese Telecom Giant ZTE A National Security Threat
- Dominican Government Signs Multi-Million Dollar Contract With Digicel
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