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Following its launch in India back in September, the Android One program is coming to three other countries in the Indian subcontinent over the next few weeks. Google says that Android One devices will soon go on sale in Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka, allowing customers to experience the capabilities of a modern smartphone with standardized specs and the latest version of the Android OS at a low cost — typically around $100.
Back in June, Google introduced its Android One program to improve the affordable smartphone experience in emerging markets. The project debuted in India in September, and it is making its first expansion to cover neighboring Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Read More
Andrew Pulkrabek's time in Buffalo will span little more than a year.
But in that time, the outgoing executive director of 43North said the organization created an important symbol of Buffalo's rebirth.
"We developed a very unique entrepreneurial proposition that allowed Buffalo to go out and tell its own unapologetic story about this community and its place within entrepreneurship and innovation," said Pulkrabek, who will leave Jan.
Fresh from making its first investment in India last month, News Corp has now completed its first acquisition in the country, buying financial planning service BigDecisions.com as Next Big What first reported. Read More