This week, Nokia announced the launch of Nokia E7 in India and while we liked the device, we aren’t sure whether the price of E7 in India (i.e. RS. 35K in MRP] is justified. Only time will tell how many E7 Nokia will sell (given that Symbian ^3 is now a franchise platform).
Best of the Week
- Business Model for Deal Aggregators? Should Not Be Aggregation of Deals
- Cleartrip Quietly Takes Off Train Ticket Booking From the Site
- The Lack of “Useful” Job Portal in India [And An Idea For One].
- Apple Drops iPad Price in India By 3K
- The Cloud Computing Market in India–High Time We Bring Legal Regulations in Place?
- Flash Your BubbleCard To Get Discounts At A Local Shop – Loyalty Card Startup
- Top Indian Innovators Under 35 [MIT’s Technology Review List]
- Infibeam Goes For Deal A Day Model – Launches MagicBox
- Digital Marketing & Analytics Startup, Sokrati Raises Series A from Inventus Capital
- Social Commerce is Simple. Here is how you solve it in 24 hours!
- The Startup Journey – Give Me a Lever (Pole) Long Enough
- Frugal Innovation in Medical Technology
- Roundup: Future Group to Launch Mobile Handsets, LBS To Be Made Mandatory For Operators
- Of Social Media, Branding and Why Content is ‘Feed’ for Thought!
- Zynga Opens Gaming Studio in Bangalore, Second Largest Outside US
- FAQs For The PowerPlug Contest [Recognizing Indian Technology Entrepreneurs]
- ELearning Device Edutor Hits The Book Stores
- Online Android App Market – Google goes the extra mile to enhance its app eco- system.
- Samsung slashes price of Galaxy Tab in India, matches with iPad
- Apple iPad Means Business With VMware View Virtual Desktops
- Sign Legal Contracts on Your iPad [Apps]
- Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Available in India [Rs. 28.9K]
- Opera launches the Opera Mobile Store, available in over 200 Countries