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July 24, 2012

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Hardeep Singh

I'm from India and I've heard of some of these services for the very first time. Good old tale of two Indias is at play I guess. Another application is Nokia Life Tools which is a bundle of multiple services focussed at villages and areas with low connectivity (mobile and actual).

On the other hand, I think companies like Lava, Spice and Karbonn also deserve a mention that are bringing smartphone/tablet experience to the masses. Lava recently launched the first Medfield x86 processor based Android phone with Intel. Karbonn is inline to launch one, Karbonn has a fantastic line up of Android devices available and Spice which is coming out with a Galaxy Note type device named Spice Stellar available at 1/3rd the price of a Galaxy Note.

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@Tomi: about 'SMS FOR THE DEAF BLIND' service - how can they educate those people to understand Morse code? I have no idea...

But anyway, good invention!

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If you say it is a solution against what Apple offers today, it is also a solution against all of the other competition

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There are many Cottage phone in India.

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There has been a lot of options to choose from lately. Every innovative gadgets has been released on the market already.

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Lava recently launched the first Medfield x86 processor based Android phone with Intel. Karbonn is inline to launch one, Karbonn has a fantastic line up of Android devices available.

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I can't start to imagine the hurdles a young woman will face, attempting to convince a police department of obviously mostly men, to go after some rural gangsters for possible child trafficking offenses.

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