BSNL and MTNL, the two public sector behemoths in India, will be rolling out 3G services by the end of the year. Unfortunately, the two have missed the World Cup bus but one hopes that the two will be available strike good deals to bring “good content” to this new platform,Â Mobile TV. The World […]
According to hardware industry association MAIT, PC sales in India crossed the 5-million mark. What’s significant about the report is the growth of PC sales in smaller towns. The growth rate is 35%. According to the news report in ET:”Aggressive pricing from brand players cannibalised the market for assembled personal computers.” The desktop PCs had […]
A Reuters report by Jeremy Pelofsky says: “The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee approved sweeping communications reform legislation on Wednesday that would make it easier for telephone companies like AT&T Inc. to offer subscription television to consumers.But the panel narrowly rejected attempts by some lawmakers to strengthen safeguards on Internet service, which had pitted high-speed Internet, […]
Parks Associates, a U.S. market research organisation has researched on digital living trends in 13 markets in Asia, Europe and North America. India finds mention but only at the the very end. Here’s a BBC report. Nevertheless it should please many.
The scenario in the Indian media has been quite grim in the last few years. The country has only a few prominent media houses that not only influence the news but are also monitored by either big corporate houses or powerful political parties. Read More….. read more | digg story
A glossary of terms related to the Digital media industry. Click on a term to read its desription. read more | digg story
The upgraded Digg.com, due out on Monday, threatens to further disrupt a professional news industry already reeling from the fragmentation of mass-market audiences, the rise of self-published blogs and rapid changes that have reshaped the advertising markets on which publishers have long depended. read more | digg story
John Siracusa argues why the Tiger x86 kernel is an evolutionary dead-end, and why Leopard may see an all new kernel when it is released later this year. Could it be L4? read more | digg story