CORRECTION: We yesterday referred to the Kindle Fire as 'low cost', thanks to its $199 price tag. We now realize it's actually bloody expensive.
In a move that will strike terror into the hearts of teenagers everywhere, India's telecoms regulator has today introduced a cap on the number of text messages that can be sent from a mobile phone.
One of the last major markets to be left in the iPhone dust has now finally received the latest model.
Google's infamous Street View cars are invading the streets of India.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) recently approved the creation of an ".xxx" domain for all things porn.
The iPad 2 is already available in the US and some other major countries, with plans for 25 countries put in place. But India isn't in them.
The Philippine government has been forced to issue a denial, following the spread of a hoax SMS message warning of a radiation hazard to the country.
After being told it had to prevent encrypted e-mails being sent over Blackberry mobile servers, Research in Motion has come forth to say it simply cannot comply with that request.
An Indian rocket was deliberately blown up on Christmas Day less than a minute after launch.
Indian school-children are testing a solar-powered tablet PC being developed by Rice University and Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
When Apple invests money into creating something new, you know it'll go all the way. So as long as it's creating a new version of the iPhone, it says it may as well start peddling it to other countries that use the same standard.
Although Blackberry maker Research in Motion faced threats from India of a nationwide service disruption, the country's government has decided to extend its deadline for another 60 days.
Beceem Communications has developed a chip that supports multi-mode operation of both WiMAX and LTE, including live handoffs between the two technologies.
Indian officials have officially struck Blackberry with an ultimatum: provide the government with access to secure Blackberry servers or service to millions of India citizens will be cut off.
The government of India has threatened to partially shut down RIM's BlackBerry network if the company fails to satisfactorily address security concerns over certain smartphone services.
Anyone that's ever visited Delhi would probably be surprised to discover that it has traffic police at all. It does - a princely 5,000 to supervise the city's 12-million-strong population - but they still need all the help they can get.
The Indian government has successfully created a prototype for a new multimedia tablet computer that could sell for $35 and may ultimately drive the price down to $10.
A number of desperate Apple junkies in India have apparently managed to stave off painful withdrawal symptoms by shelling out over $2,000 for a single iPad.
Nokia is to launch its Comes with Music service in China, hoping that tapping into the world's largest mobile market will help it gain ground against Apple's iTunes.
Researchers have uncovered a Chinese cyber-espionage network which they say has been used to spy on the Dalai Lama as well as the Indian government and military.