India is the world's fastest growing smartphone market, predicted to overtake the US in just two years. And it's already becoming one of the most bitterly fought-over pieces of turf in the global smartphone war.
The service is rolling out to customers in India's Hyderabad, and will allow them to make payments with cash, rather than a card.
AI creatures at an avant garde installation in France interact with visitors through movement, sound, touch, and illumination. The neon kind.
The up-and-coming Chinese smartphone manufacturer has gone from obscurity to China's number-one vendor in just four years. Xiaomi owes a large part of that to its attitude toward customers.
The Korean giant is struggling to maintain its dominance in growth markets like India, where it slipped to number two, according to market research firm Canalys.
Call of Duty, one of the most popular first-person shooters, is launching online in the world's most populous country, putting the game in front of a whole new audience.
An Australian man has been fined for breaking aviation safety regulations while flying his drone, but while he wasn't caught in the act, the man was busted after posting videos of the flights to YouTube.
Investment in the Chinese tech giant failed to materialize after Xiaomi backed out due to concerns over a potential political fallout, Reuters reported.
The tech giant wants to do for music streaming what it did for movie streaming -- make it simple to access entertainment from the Internet with your mobile device and play it on your living room gear.
The launch of the Internet giant's streaming device is the latest example of Google's push into the second most populous country in the world.