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In order to make broadband internet available to millions of subscribers, the Department of Telecom (DoT) has suggested that BSNL’s last-mile copper lines could be unbundled to private operators. This will also bring additional revenue for BSNL and make broadband internet available to people where BSNL is not able to reach currently.

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In a recent interview with Simon Galpin, director-general of InvestHK, he said that Hong Kong feels it has strong economic ties with India and wants more Indian IT companies to start business in Hong Kong.

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India is witnessing a huge growth in mobile banking and net banking on the mobile phone. In order to make sure the consumers are protected from mis-happenings while using these modern media of transactions, the Govt. of India has allowed the use of proxy SIM cards carrying digital certificates for mobile phones.

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So what, if the Indian Government finally decides to shut down BlackBerry services in the country. Rajasthan based Data Infosys has launched a solution for all blackberry users. Titled “BharatBerry”, this product is a mobile communication service that works with all blackberry phones and provides more advance push mail with over the air (OTA) backup of your Contact, Task, Calendar and notes.

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UK-based mobile operator Vodafone is now planning to set up a global applications research and development (R & D) centre in India in order to leverage on the expertise in India. Mr Marten Pieters, the Managing Director of Vodafone Essar said that Vodafone is already in the process of setting up the application centre in India.

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A global research has put India at the top of 17 developed and emerging nations where Web 2.0 is used widely by businesses. Incremental benefits at low costs is one of the reasons that has lead more than 75 per cent of Indian firms to use web 2.0.

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The World Wide Web (WWW) conference for the year 2011 (WWW2011) will be held at Hyderabad from March 28 to April 1, 2011. This conference is held anually is attended by thinkers and most influential people on the web in order to take stock of the new developments and trends shaping the web.

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The Tihar Jail administration in India recently launched a website – TiharTJ.nic.in in order to showcase the various consumer goods produced by the jail inmates and to promote the ‘TJ’ brand online. The Jail authority has also included information about where these products can be purchased and the administration is also looking at plans of selling the products online.

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Here is iDuple for you – yet another Indian tablet PC but this one is with a difference! This tablet from iDuple basically has one app – just a web browser. It does not have a hard drive, boots in just 5 seconds and everything else happens on the cloud.

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The wait for all Sony Playstation lovers and aficionados is finally over. Sony has now officially launched the Playstation store in India. You can download full games for your Sony Playstation starting from Rs 225 for the Sony PS3 and Rs 170 onwards for the PSP (Playstation Portable) and the PSP Go.

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Finally we have some good news! Google Music is now available in India. However it is currently limited to only Hindi songs from Bollywood. To power Google Music in India, Google has teamed up with three Indian online music services – in.com, saavn and saregama. All the songs are directly streamed from these partner websites.

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PurpleTalk Inc., a California based mobile application development company plans to provide funding to mobile web based and mobile startups in India and has launched an incubator called PollenEight. The goal of PollenEight is to help aspiring entrepreneurs and engineers with their business ideas with seed (initial funding) capital.

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IL&FS Education and Family Planning Association of India (FPA) have joined hands to launch a mobile phone based sex education program in India. Titled Sparsh, it is world’s first sex education program to be promoted in a commercial format through leading telecom operators in India.

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Airtel has signed an all-exclusive MOU with India Posts in Gujarat. This pact will enable all Airtel prepaid customers in the Gujarat circle to submit their documents at any one of the 8971 post offices in Gujarat.

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Tata Communications has launched two different services in the cloud space to deliver self-service and pay-as-you-use IT application plus data center infrastructure services which are easily accessible via the internet.

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