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The chief of the UN’s telecommunications agency has urged the Blackberry manufacturer to allow law enforcement agencies access to customer data.

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According to the Chairman of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), Dr J.S. Sarma the National Braodband Plan will be announced by October end. The national Broadband plan aims to reach 100 million homes by 2014 and all homes by 2020.

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In July 2010 the number of unique visitors received by In.com stood at 15.4million which is 2 million more than Rediff.com which had 13 million unique visitors globally in the month of July, 2010.

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India will see the number of internet users triple and this number 237 million by the year 2015, according to a Boston Consulting Group study.

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The small and medium IT enterprises in Kerala have identified the 4 Nordic countries – Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland as markets for future business.

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Lava Mobiles have introduced a dedicated key for typing in the new Indian Rupee Symbol to their handset, Lava B5!

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Acer's latest netbook, Aspire One532h

Acer has launched it’s latest netbook Aspire One532h which comes with built-in Reliance broadband internet connection.

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Tally India Job Platform

Tally India, a Bangalore based business software company has realised this and has launched a platform to help young graduates and freshers to connect to prospective employers.

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The launch of VF 247 solar powered phone is in keeping with Vodafone’s aim to increase mobile technology accessibility for millions in India.

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No doubt, the increase in usage of notebook has come at the expense of desktops, but it is a good sign that Indians are gradually moving into the mobile world. Notebooks are more energy efficient than desktops and prove to be more useful too!

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The DoT (Dept. of Telecommunications) in India has laid down strict new telecom security rules which may put the onus on operators to ensure that their networks are secure from every sense.

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According to a new roadmap released by the Indian government, India will start using IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) from March 2012.

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Infosys Technologies plans to introduce a social media policy next month to curb leaks at work making it the first Indian company to introduce such a policy.

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A voice-based social networking and blogging platform called ‘HiBuddy’ from Indiatimes that will help users connect with friends even while on the move and without touching a keypad!

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The Department of Telecom (DoT) has plans of offering a plethora of freebies to all gram panchayats amounting to Rs. 2000Cr.

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