Here’s the official word on Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich:
The startup Slice has launched its apps to help you organize your online shopping by analyzing your inbox. In May, the company released its Yahoo app and now GMail app. It organizes your purchases and tracks receipts and notices.
“Consumers all over the world are adopting easy-to-use and powerful smart mobile devices. India presents some of the best growth opportunities for smartphone and tablets, which is why it is one of the first few markets where we are launching these new tablets,” said YH Lee, senior vice president (marketing) at Samsung.
Unthink.com, better known as “anti-Facebook,” has opened up its doors to its first round of beta testers. The Tampa-based company with $2.5 million in funding from DouglasBay Capital brands itself as a more honest and more open form of social networking.
A nano satellite named as “Jugnu”, designed by IIT-Kanpur, has been launched on Oct 12. This marks a watershed in Indian space technology for miniaturisation and an indigenously designed ejection system that ends dependence on imports.