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India signs U.S. deal to make missiles ‘deadlier,’ with eye on Chinese border troops

The Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA) on Geospatial Cooperation will “give India access to a range of topographical, nautical and aeronautical data that is considered vital for targeting of missiles and armed drones,” Reuters reports. BECA is explained as a deal to “make Indian missiles deadlier” by the Economic Times of India, which adds that…

The Backbone One Takes iPhone Gaming to New Levels

There are nearly 3 billion gamers who play on their phones or tablets, and the market has been projected to surpass $200 billion by 2023. These days, many phone games are as fully developed as their console and PC counterparts.Then why are phones often still considered a lesser way to play games? Perhaps it's the…

Flipkart beats out Amazon in first leg of India’s festive season sales

Indian e-commerce companies that saw their business dwindle during the lockdown earlier this year finally have a reason to rejoice. Flipkart Group and Amazon India have collectively raked in over 90% of the total sales of USD 4.1 billion by e-tailers in the country in the first week of the festive season sale this year,…

Report: China Mobile Economy 2020

Chinese operators are leading on growth beyond core services, with non- telecoms services – both for consumers and enterprises – growing at 30% year-on-year in local currency (compared to less than 10% for most other major operators), according to a recent report by GSMA.Globally, the key benefits of 5G other than speed gains (e.g. network…

China’s cyber watchdog targets mobile browsers

(Image credit: Bigstock/TeroVesalainen) China’s Cyberspace Administration has cracked down on eight mobile browsers, ordering them to stamp out clickbait and misinformation. Why it matters: By targeting the largest platforms, the authorities are sending out a signal to other smaller browsers that they may be next in line. Platforms that do not change their practices likely…