Government Plans Right to Repair Framework to Facilitate Self, Third Party Repair of Products

Concerned over makers of cars, mobiles and other consumer goods monopolising repair and spare parts market, the government plans to make it mandatory for them to share with customers product details necessary for repair by self or third parties. The Department of Consumer Affairs said in a statement on Thursday that it has set up … Read more

Intel India Inaugurates New State-of-the-Art Design, Engineering Center in Bengaluru

Intel India on Friday has announced the expansion of its design and engineering footprint in India with the unveiling of a new 4.53 lakh square feet facility here. The new centre across two towers can accommodate 2,000 employees and will help advance Intel India‘s “cutting-edge” design and engineering work in client, data centre, IoT, graphics, … Read more

India vs South Africa series live streaming, channels: How to watch the test matches free online and on TV | 91mobiles.com

India tour of South Africa is all set to kickstart from today, i.e. December 26th. It’s after a gap of four years that Men in Blue will take on Proteas at the latter’s backyard. The last time India was here, they lost the test series by 2-1. However, things look quite promising with the new … Read more

Apple Music Voice Plan: How Does It Work?

Apple Music is among the most popular audio streaming services in the world, and continues to improve over time. It isn’t even just limited to Apple devices; you can use Apple Music even on Android smartphones, computers, smart speakers from Amazon or Google, and any Web browser. Furthermore, the addition of high-resolution audio streaming without … Read more

India Outlines $10-Billion Plan to Woo Global Chip Makers

India has approved a $10 billion (roughly Rs. 76,090 crore) incentive plan to attract semiconductor and display manufacturers, technology minister Ashwini Vaishnaw said on Wednesday, as part of a deepening push to establish the country as a global electronics production hub. Under the plan, the government will extend fiscal support of up to 50% of a project’s … Read more

India Outlines $10-Billion Plan to Woo Global Chip Makers

India has approved a $10 billion (roughly Rs. 76,090 crore) incentive plan to attract semiconductor and display manufacturers, technology minister Ashwini Vaishnaw said on Wednesday, as part of a deepening push to establish the country as a global electronics production hub. Under the plan, the government will extend fiscal support of up to 50% of a project’s … Read more