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iPhone sales in India up by 51% YoY

During the Q3 earnings call, Tim Cook talked about the Indian market, stating that iPhone sales in the country have grown 51% from the same period in 2015. The uptick in sales means that India is now one of Apple’s fastest growing markets: India is now one of our fastest growing markets. In the first […]

After arriving at 100th railway station in India, Google’s WiFi is set to hit another 100 in 2017

Last September, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced a fairly ambition plan to bring free WiFi to 400 railway stations across India, a goal that would cover 10 million passengers a day, by the company’s count, making a small but meaningful impact on the estimated one billion-plus people in the country who aren’t connected to the internet. […]

BlackBerry partners with HCL Infosystems in India to distribute enterprise software and services

BlackBerry has now announced a new partnership with HCLInfosystems, one of India’s premier IT services, distribution and digital solutions companies, significantly expanding the channel and distribution network for BlackBerry enterprise software products and services in India. Speaking about the new partnership, Bimal Das, Joint President, Enterprise Products Distribution Business, HCL Infosystems Ltd. noted: The partnership […]

Tim Cook talks iPhone, Apple Watch, focusing on India and more at employee Town Hall

Following Apple’s Q1 earnings announcement, CEO Tim Cook and other senior executives held an employee Town Hall meeting at Apple’s headquarters, where Cook talked about iPhone sales, continued expansion in emerging markets, iPad growth and Apple Watch sales figures, Apple Campus 2, and upcoming products. 9to5Mac offered up highlights of the event, starting with sales […]

Uber forced to suspend surge pricing in Delhi

The government of Delhi has cracked down on surge pricing from Uber and local ride-hailing company Ola, forcing the startups to suspend the feature across the Indian city of nearly 10 million people. In a series of tweets posted this week, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal sharply criticized surge pricing, which uses algorithms to raise […]

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