Just days after President Pranab Mukherjee launched the Aakash 2 tablet, it's now got international appeal.
It has now been launched by Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon at the United Nations. There was much applause for India's innovation and what's been seen as a game changer.
Indian ambassador Hardeep Puri said, "Using the Aakash 2, children in remote schools will have access to world class facilities."
The USP is the low cost, priced at $ 40 or Rs 2,200 and to be made available to an estimated 220 million students for free. But the tablet itself is not without controversy with allegations that it was sourced from Chinese companies.
Datawind CEO Suneet Tuli said, "The idea and innovation is Indian, final assembling is in India. One report says only embellishing is done in India. Ask Apple and Microsoft what that means."
Facebook has replaced its famous EdgeRank system with a better algorithm to surface the most important news on your News Feed.
School students in the age group of 10-13 years will design mobile applications on Android platform in a countrywide contest.
Delhi Metro Thursday said its commuters using smartphones can get to know fares and train timings with the help of a new mobile application that can be downloaded from its web site
According to a survey, the Indian mobile handset market has grown by 14.17 percent year-on-year to Rs 35,946 crore in 2012-2013, on the back of increasing sale of smartphones.
India with 73.9 million Net users is the world's third largest Internet population, overtaking Japan but behind China and the US.
Thousands of Brazilians downloaded "Boyfriend Tracker" to their smartphones before the stealthy software was removed from the Google Play app store last week
The Nokia Lumia 625 is now up for pre-order at Rs 19, 499 on e-commerce sites!