Sales are falling there too
Hopes that India might provide PC makers with a good market while the rest of the world is still pretty depressed are proving groundless.
Freedom 251 is being touted as "suspect" by some
A while back we ran a yarn about an Indian company which was bringing out a $3.70 smartphone. The phone was controversial because some Indian politicans thought it was a scam.
You get so much for less these days
OnePlus has been flogging phones packed to the gunnels with software and lots of add-ons for a reasonable price, but one user has complained that his OnePlus 3 also arrived with pre-installed p*rn.
Borrowing from Bill Gates
The Indian arm of LG Electronics has taken a leaf from Bill Gate's book and declared war on the mosquito by developing a telly which kills them while you watch.
We have enough religions already thanks
India has rejected the Apple Cargo cult's request to set up iPhone temples, other wise known as Apple Stores, in the country because it makes all its products in foreign parts.
Need to sort out software failures
In a bid to sort out Apple’s falling software standards problem, Jobs’ Mob CEO Tim Cook is looking to India.
As one market shuts, another market closes
Apple's bid to replace its Chinese market with India has received a swift kick in the nadgers from the Indian government.
There is such a thing as too cheap
An Indian politician has labelled the ‘Freedom 251’ mobile phone which is selling for a $3.60 dollars a Ponzi scam.
Cheaper than a Raspberry Pi
An Indian smartphone company is issuing a smartphone for the amazing price of $3.60.