BlackBerry services can be supervised: DoT

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After increasing pressure from the Indian government on RIM, Indian telecom minister has suggested a formula that can help in monitoring the device’s encrypted mails. The suggestion came in the middle of a meeting between the Home Ministry, security agencies and Canadian firm Research in Motion, maker of BlackBerry that operates on networks of other telecom service providers. According to …

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Tata DOCOMO launches HTC Desire in India

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HTC Corporation and TATA DOCOMO have launched the latest Android Smartphone ‘HTC Desire’ in the Indian market. This Android powered phone features an expansive 3.7 inch touch-sensitive screen with 480 X 800 WVGA resolution display, 1-GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and such features that make social networking easy like never before. The HTC as a partner with Tata DoCoMo is giving …

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India’s TTSL denied Reports of Further Investment with Japan’s DoCoMo

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India’s TTSL has denied media reports that said NTT DoCoMo was expected to invest an additional $1 billion in Tata Teleservices. Earlier The Economic Times, quoting unnamed sources, had reported that the Japanese company was looking to increase its holding by between 10%-15%. The newspaper further said that the deal was expected to close in a few months, although the …

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Service providers penalized over unsolicited commercial calls

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Penalties have been imposed by TRAI on various service providers, including state-owned Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) ,Vodafone, Reliance, Bharti, Tata, Spice, BPL, and Aircel for not heeding with regulation on unsolicited commercial calls. The service providers have been penalized for non-compliance under the Telecom Unsolicited Commercial Communications Regulation, 2007. The TRAI has the authorities to make a complaint in …

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Chinese telecom vendors are ready to work on Indian standards

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Offering to abide by India’s new security standards that are opposed by most other global suppliers, Chinese telecom gear vendors are hoping to overpass a trust deficit that has degraded their operations in the country and finally have a share in the $100 billion market in the country. The rules set by India’s security organization has told that the vendors …

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