As expected, India’s new privacy regulations are leading to a mass exodus of VPN providers.
Apple is preparing to move a significant portion of its iPhone manufacturing to India as it tries to lessen its reliance on China.
Google is planning on releasing the Pixel 7 in India, marking the first time the company has released a flagship phone there in several years.
India has pushed back the deadline for new rules governing VPNs by three months amid an uproar that has seen some providers leave the country.
Google may be throwing its full weight behind RCS messaging, but it’s been forced to suspend the feature in India due to businesses abusing it to spam users.
ExpressVPN has removed its servers from India in response to legislation that requires VPNs to track and log a significant amount of user data.
VPN providers may be forced to pull out of the Indian market over a new law that undermines the privacy VPNs offer.
India, the third-largest pollution emitter, has announced plans to be net-zero by 2070.
Huawei and ZTE are in an all-too-familiar situation, both of them being excluded from a country’s 5G trials.
In its bid to become a major manufacturing powerhouse, India is offering $1 billion in cash incentives to chipmakers that set up in-country.
India has proposed legislation that would ban cryptocurrencies, in the most restrictive such legislation worldwide.
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Bumble is launching in Inda with the help of its new investor and brand ambassador actress Priyanka Chopra. The CEO of Bumble, Whitney Wolfe, said in an interview that they have made several changes in an effort to empower women and to make them feel more comfortable using the app in India.