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Reliance, in association with Ericsson showcased LTE-TDD network’s exceptional performance by achieving healthy balanced peak rates of 80 Mbps for downloads and 20 Mbps for uploads in the specified configuration/setup.

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Huawei pans to establish a state-of-the-art cyber security centre in India where Indian law enforcement agencies and technical experts from the telecom department and home ministry can test their end-to-end core solutions.

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Nokia announced that it would install a mail and chat server in India which will enable Indian law enforcement agencies to intercept email, messenger services and other data sent through Nokia devices.

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Apple has quietly started shipping it’s most celebrated tablet device – iPad to India. However there is a catch to it – you have to be a corporate customer and buy the iPads in bulk.

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A global study conducted by software major Microsoft recently points us to the fact that more than 86 per cent of Indian customers purchase genuine software even if they retail at sky-high prices. Microsoft also said that more than 6000 Indian customers have reported incidents of pirated or illegal software to Microsoft India in the last two years.

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All Tata DOCOMO 3G subscribers can now watch upto 10 hours of Live Cricket action on their 3G handsets during the India New Zealand one-day series for FREE.

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After much fuss over Mobile Number Portability in India, the Indian Govt. finally begun the service in India starting from Haryana. At the launch event, the Communications and IT Minister of India, Mr Kapil Sibal said that the entire country would get Mobile Number Portability (MNP) from January 20, 2011.

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eMudhra has launched a personal finance management tool for Indian users in association with Microsoft. eMudhra feels MyMoney’s ability to help consumers to make informed decisions without sharing any confidential banking information is the tool’s unique selling point.

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The Instant Mobile Payment Service is already rolling out to seven Indian banks. Here are a few important things which you must know about the Instant Mobile Payment Service (IMPS) in India.

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Reliance Communications (RCom) has tied up with Twitter to make the microblogging website available to users via SMS. RCom has also launched a social voice blogging service which will make it easy for users to become a follower of famous Indian celebs on Twitter.

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Given the massive growth of Mobile users in the country, The National Payment Corporation of India is launching an instant mobile payment service (IMPS) that will enable retail customers of seven banks to enjoy inter-bank funds transfers – 24 hours a day & 7 days a week.

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Looking at the overwhelming response Nokia received from users regarding it’s Life Tools service, the company is now planning to extend the Life Tools service to include other sectors like fishery, poultry and spices.

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InMobi, a mobile advertising network reports that over 72% of Indian consumers are comfortable with mobile advertising and over 50% of the users are ready to receive personalised advertisements.

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Blackberry Bold 9780 is now available in India and is retailing for a price of Rs.26,900. Although there has been no official word from Blackberry regarding the availability of BB Bold 9780 in India, but a few advertisements for the device have been spotted in major Indian newspapers.

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Tata Consultancy Services recently conducted a survey about the internet usage among the indian youngsters and has found out some good statistics which can help rising internet startups in India to understand their consumers in a better way. According to the survey 85 per cent of the Indian youth uses Google as their only search engine and are also active on social networks.

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