Ericsson says Xiaomi continued to sell the phone models placed under injunction even after it was expressly prohibited from doing so.
Mi 4, priced at INR 19,999 (US$325), will be sold exclusively on Indian ecommerce site Flipkart.
Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra said today that the Chinese company plans to invest in Indian tech startups and overseas media content. It comes as the smartphone brand looks to build its empire with smart gadget...
India’s Micromax launched its new sub-brand for the first time today. All 10,000 units of the Yu Yureka smartphone sold out on Amazon India within three seconds. It marks the debut of Micromax’s spin-...
You are what you eat, right? Many startups in India have used this as their motto and are earning big bucks by delivering healthy food to their client’s doorsteps. Bangalore-based food delivery startu...
Amazon India has been voted the country’s most preferred ecommerce website in 2014, according to the People’s Choice Survey conducted by cashback and coupons site CashKaro.com. “Amazon.in wore the cro...
Flipkart pulls in new investors for its latest $700 million funding, files for conversion to public company in Singapore
Baillie Gifford, Greenoaks Capital, Steadview Capital, T. Rowe Price Associates, and Qatar Investment Authority back India’s homegrown ecommerce leader.
Ecommerce companies in India are now in a race not just get more and more consumers but also to amass new tech tools that will give them an edge in the competition.
"A scooter which can out-accelerate its petrol counterparts, has an Android dashboard, and a virtually immortal battery pack" is Flipkart founders' latest investment.
The battle between two cool Chinese phonemakers has extended to two ecommerce platforms in their most sought-after market, India.
Apart from the flash sales at Flipkart, the Redmi Note will also be sold at the Indian Telco Airtel’s flagship stores starting December 2.
Global leader in payments Visa is setting up a technology center in Bangalore to innovate on new online payment services.
Publishing houses enjoy sympathetic coverage in the mainstream media, both in the US and India, as the godzilla Amazon makes an easy target for scare-mongering.
A few years back, this trio of wizards from Bangalore didn't have enough money for plane tickets. Now, they power the ecommerce engines of CTrip, Yintai, Tmart, and more.
For years in India, consumers have been the victims of protectionist policies, which have thrust inefficient businesses forward as the only choice.
Huawei is taking a dig at the Xiaomi Redmi 1s and Android One devices by introducing Honor Holly in India first.