Three domestic mobile device makers—Micromax Informatics Ltd, Karbonn Mobile India Pvt. Ltd and Celkon Impex Pvt. Ltd—are coming together to set up the country’s first mobile phone manufacturing hub at Tirupati in southern Andhra Pradesh, giving a fillip to the Union government’s Make in India initiative.
Micromax Chairman Sanjay Kapoor has quit the company, just 15 months after he had joined the mobile phone company with a grand vision. The exit, therefore, comes as a big surprise because Kapoor had readied a blueprint for taking Micromax beyond India and beyond just mobile phones.
Sundar Pichai, the new CEO of Google may want to introduce more products revolving around Android One devices. But, for India, he may have to rework his strategy as his earlier attempt with the product has not seen much success. Also, competition is now tougher from the likes of Xiaomi and OnePlus. According to analysts and industry veterans, the Android One devices which were launched by Pichai in India last year along with partners such as Micromax, Spice Mobiles and Karbonn Mobiles has not seen much acceptance.
Do you have a pirated version of the Windows operating system on your computer? You may manage to get away if you try to upgrade to Windows 10 as the software cannot distinguish between legal and pirated versions.
The Windows 10 launch with availability in in 190 countries beginning today is big news, but Indian enterprises don’t seem to be biting yet. This even though Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro are available for business customers as a free upgrade for genuine Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 PCs and tablets.