Tata to manufacture iPhones in India, supply them to global and local markets

Tata Group will start manufacturing iPhones in India for the local and global markets. This was stated by India’s Junior Minister of Information Technology Rajiv Chandrasekar, according to TechCrunch. He made the announcement after the board of directors of Taiwan’s Wistron approved the sale of Wistron InfoComm Manufacturing (India) Pvt ... Read more

Indian police accuse Xiaomi of funding a news site under investigation

Indian police have accused Chinese smartphone makers Xiaomi and Vivo Mobile of helping to illegally transfer funds to a news portal under investigation. This was reported by Reuters with reference to a police report. We are talking about the news resource NewsClick. Its founder-editor, Prabir Purkayastha, was accused of conspiring ... Read more

Foxconn is going to double the number of workers and investments in India within 12 months

Foxconn continues to diversify its production by moving part of its production capacity from China to other Asian countries. According to Reuters, the company plans to double its investment and the number of employees in India over the next 12 months. Foxconn’s representative in India, Wee Li, wrote about this ... Read more

India not only landed on the moon, but did so on a very small budget

India’s lunar mission program Chandrayaan-3 is going according to plan. The lander turned on the scientific instruments and unloaded the lunar rover, which is operating normally. … … and here is how the Chandrayaan-3 Rover ramped down from the Lander to the Lunar surface. — ISRO (@isro) August 25, ... Read more

India has produced more than 2 billion mobile phones and has plans for the semiconductor industry

As part of the “Made in India” initiative, the country’s total production of mobile phones in 2014-2022 crossed the 2 billion mark. This is stated in the report Counterpoint Technology. The estimates also show an average annual growth rate of 23%. It was driven by strong domestic demand, increased digital ... Read more

We have seen this somewhere before: India announces a competition to develop domestic browsers

In an effort to promote technological self-sufficiency, the Indian government launched a competition to develop Indian browsers, writes The Register. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has announced a browser development competition to encourage local talent and reduce the country’s dependence on foreign-developed browsers. The competition is part ... Read more

By 2025, Apple may move a quarter of iPhone production to India

Apple Inc could produce one in four iPhones in India by 2025, according to analysts at J.P. Morgan, as the tech giant shifts some production from China amid rising geopolitical tensions and stricter quarantine measures due to COVID-19, accroding to Reuters. It seems that the concentration of production of almost ... Read more