The Chinese smartphone company makes its first foray into the Indian market with a relaunch of last year's flagship device.
Well, not exactly, but the Indian trend of sending brief, money-saving "messages" by calling someone and immediately hanging up figures into new Facebook ads in the country.
The alternative to Android and iOS is geared for low-budget markets, and it's about to hit one of the biggest in the world. Will that price tag light a fire?
Office of the Indian prime minister changes its Twitter handle and won't give access to newly elected PM Narendra Modi.
Handset based on Samsung's homegrown mobile operating system will be launched at an Unpacked event in Moscow in the coming weeks, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Microsoft will, however, sign a services agreement with Nokia to continue to develop products at the plant, the company says.
India appears to be one of the fastest growing market for the messaging app with over 4 million active users joining every month.
The plant could help HTC expand its presence in India and potentially lead to lower prices by limiting shipping costs.
Chinese smartphone maker Gionee will be selling its eight-core Android handset in India for a low price of just $383 come mid-April.
2013 TED Prize winner Sugata Mitra's School in the Cloud opens in New Delhi, letting kids teach themselves, and possibly ushering in "the end of schooling as we know it."