Social psychologist Adam Alter cautions against the allure of addictive tech devices
K Jayakumar, Vice president and Managing Director, WalmartLabs India, on five ways to transplant a great offline experience online
From e-clinics and virtual diagnostics to apps that alert your doctor when you miss a dose, healthcare just got way more accessible
Hundreds of millions from rural india are logging into chinese apps, which talk in regional languages and make local references
Chinese brands led by Xiaomi take a firm grip on India’s smartphone market
Gamezop wants you to play games on mobile browsers without downloading the apps
Xiaomi iterates why its ringtone is unforgettable
Xiaomi insists that when buying a smartphone, it's either a Redmi or nothing
As Chinese players increase their dominance over the Indian smartphone market, Micromax hopes to regain some of its lost glory
A growing domestic market has spurred smartphone manufacturing but the development of a component ecosystem is critical to take it to the next level
Why settle for a smartphone camera lens when you can do so much more with a high-end camera
Growing Internet penetration and smartphone adoption is driving marketers towards digital advertising
By launching a suite of mobile apps and embracing digitisation, big banks are ensuring they stay ahead of the pack
Service providers, at your beck and call, promise to make life easy
The race is on to develop a 100% Indian smartphone. But what's the driver, really?
Innoz has created an SMS-based search engine for those without access to mobile web
Online players are experimenting with app-only and app-first strategies to make the most of the rise of mobile internet. Is the trend sustainable?
Will music streaming apps be the next iteration in the way people listen to music in India?
Cab-hailing service provider Uber is all set to get its hands on Nokia's native map app Here
This Indian startup helps transform your requirements into a smartphone app
McDonald's India's latest TVC urges you to switch from online to offline
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has found backing from Russian millionaire Yuri Milner
There's a slew of food delivery apps. But will they succeed in luring customers away from good ol' phone orders?
A digital first-aid kit that runs on your smartphone could potentially transform healthcare