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April 14, 2011
In a setback to mobile handset manufacturer Nokia, the government has asked telecom service providers to bar company's proposed - pushmail or powermail - service till it put in place a legal monitoring system.


B.S. Srinivasalu Reddy
New Delhi, April 11, 2011
The new norms ban life insurance companies from selling Ulips with annual premiums exceeding Rs 50,000 for non-single premium policies and Rs 1 lakh for single premium polices.


Rajiv Bhuva
March 8, 2011
Mobile service providers are finally hitting the street with 3G services.  By the end of March 2011, the company plans to launch its 3G services in thirteen 3G-license circles.


Kushan Mitra
February 18, 2011
Most young Indians have known nothing but digital music but that has done precious little for the music industry. That may be changing, slowly.


Kushan Mitra
February 21, 2011
Can social networks really bring down a government?


PTI
New Delhi, January 13, 2011
BlackBerry has provided a solution for legally intercepting messenger and internet and email services, but denied such access on BlackBerry Enterprise Server.


Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, November 27, 2010
Govt's move to buy 1,000 BlackBerry sets for I-T honchos puts a question mark on the govt's threat to ban the controversial encrypted email and instant messaging services of RIM.


Kamya Jaiswal
October 9, 2010
The highly competitive telecom market throws up a good deal a day, but picking the best can be tricky. KAMYA JAISWAL shortlists some tempting offers for you.


Kushan Mitra, Manu Kaushik and Rahul Sachitanand
October 9, 2010
Will 3G and wireless broadband services change India like mobile phones did over the past decade? The answer, the telecom ecosystem tells us, is yes.


Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, October 4, 2010
Private mobile operators are betting big on the services and superior network, to reduce the user-price of value-added services and bring in a new price structure.


Kushan Mitra, Manu Kaushik and Rahul Sachitanand
September 6, 2010
The answer, the telecom ecosystem tells us, is yes. In India access to a phone service, 3G and BWA services promise millions and millions of Indians their first high-speed Internet and data experience.


PTI
New Delhi, August 31, 2010
After mobile phone maker BlackBerry, the government will issue notices to search engine Google, internet phone call provider Skype, service provider Virtual Private Network (VPN) and a few other entities to make available their services to law enforcement agencies.


Namrata Dadwal
September 2, 2008
Have e-mail, must check. But what do you do to indulge your e-mail obsession if you don’t have a fancy mobile phone or a laptop? There are several gaming and music devices with Wi-Fi connectivity and a browser that can help you stay connected.


www.businesstoday.in
November 28, 2007
There are many contenders to the iPhone. They might lose out when it comes to awesome design, but in terms of utility, many of them are streets ahead.


www.businesstoday.in
May 18, 2010
To harness the potential of innovation, companies need to understand that innovation is a discipline, and one that - while integrative - still has specific and robust elements that can be embedded within organizations and practiced routinely.


Josey Puliyenthuruthel
March 16, 2010
Nokia India can ill-afford to bask in the glory of being the biggest foreign-owned company in the country. Key to its lasting success is how it helps its parent make an ambitious transition into services.


Kushan Mitra
May 30, 2009
Hotmail is working better than ever, though Gmail has its loyal band of followers. The battle for the soul of the Internet just got more interesting.


Kushan Mitra
June 9, 2008
The Internet and the mobile phone have opened up new ways for marketers to reach out to consumers. Several large companies, selling everything from manufactured goods to consumer products and services, are crafting innovative strategies around these. BT's Kushan Mitra reports. Internet advertising is all set to explode in IndiaMobile ads are coming of age


Team BT
May 2, 2008
For more than a decade now, Coimbatore Krishnarao Prahalad has been the best-known management guru from India. Professor of Strategy at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Prahalad shot to fame with his book Competing for the Future, which he co-authored with Gary Hamel. He spoke to Business Today's R. Sridharan on innovation and his own intellectual journey over the years.


By Pallavi Srivastava
October 17, 2007
The tipping point could have come in August, when the number of Indians with mobile phones crossed 200 million. Perhaps that was the critical mass that would have convinced transaction-led services companies to go beyond the internet and tap the mobile platform.


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