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Former Apple chief executive mulls mobile phone launch in India

NEW DELHI: Former Apple chief executiveJohn Sculley, whose marketing skills helped bring the personal computer to desktops worldwide, says he plans to launch a mobile phone in India to exploit its still largely untapped smartphone market. Inflexionpoint, an ... Economic Times, 5 hours ago

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Ex-Apple chief mulls mobile phone launch in India

NEW DELHI: Former Apple chief executiveJohn Sculley, whose marketing skills helped bring the personal computer to desktops worldwide, says he plans to launch a mobile phone in India to exploit its still largely untapped smartphone market. Inflexionpoint, an ...
 Economic Times5 hours ago
Times of India

Ex-Apple CEO launches Obi Mobiles in India

It is rumoured that the Obi Mobiles devices will be priced between Rs 5,000 and Rs 8,000 and will be available in the market starting early next month.
 Money Today2 days ago Former Apple CEO launches smartphone brand in India  Times of India2 days ago Apple's done a great job but phone costs Rs 50k: Sculley  Money Control2 days ago Obi Mobiles backed by former Apple CEO John Scully launched in India  Fone Arena2 days ago
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Times of India

SAMSUNG SPENDS 4 TIMES ON ADS THAN APPLE

S (Indian Business Insight Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Electronics and mobile handset maker Samsung spent four times as much as rival Apple in advertising campaigns in 2013. It had an advertising budget of Rs400 crore for mobile phones and tablets ...
 TMC Net4 days ago Telecom major MTN drops its plans for expansion in India  Big News Network1 week ago Samsung India pips Apple in ad expenditure  Economic Times1 week ago Samsung takes country road, plans 4k outlets  4 Traders1 week ago
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GSMArena.com

Sony Mobile rises to number 2 phone maker in India

Guess who the number two cell phone manufacturer in India is. If you guessed Apple, or Nokia, or HTC, then you'd be wrong: it's Sony. Although Sony has been producing quality handsets and has been a presence in the mobile phone landscape, it ...
 GSMArena.com1 week ago No. 2 Indian phone maker seeks stake in Pantech  Joins.com5 days ago App monetization trends and strategies every mobile developer should know  Yourstory.in5 days ago Sony moving in the right direction with focus on mid-range smartphones  Gomo News1 week ago
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WA Today

Airtel 4G In Bangalore For iPhone 5 Series Users

Indian Express reports: Airtel has launched 4G services in Bangalore, but limited it to those using the latest Apple iPhones, the 5c and the 5s.India's largest private telecom operator, says its services will enable users in India's tech capital to stream high definition video with zero buffering. while these are 4G services, the Apple iPhone users have the added advantage of having to pay only 3G rates for the same.Read the full story ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago iPhone ahead  WA Today4 days ago Apple iPhone 6 may feature 5.5-inch, 4.7-inch screen sizes  Jagran Post1 week ago New report claims Apple will unveil two new iPhones this year  Siasat Daily1 week ago
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Business Standard

We can build a significant mobile brand out of India: John Sculley

terview with Co-founder of Inflexionpoint, and former CEO of Apple Sudipto Dey | New Delhi April 18, 2014 Last Updated at 00:34 IST Inflexionpoint, an Information Technology supply chain co-founded by , former chief executive officer of Apple Inc, announced ...
 Business Standard2 days ago
Firstpost.com

Apple users take note: iOS app prices to go up in India

Don't be surprised if you suddenly see apps on the iOS App Store selling for higher prices than a couple of days ago. Apple has sent an email notifying users that it plans to increase the retail rates for certain countries with the next 24 hours, ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Apple iWatch could come with a $1000 plus price tag  NewKerala.com1 week ago 87 percent of Apple users now on iOS 7  New Kerala1 week ago What Apple's app price hike means for local developers  Start Up Smart2 weeks ago
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India Retailing

Global juice brand Capri-Sun enters India

Capri-Sun has made available its juices in four flavours -- mango, orange, apple, mixed fruit BS Reporter | Hyderabad March 27, 2014 Last Updated at 20:03 IST Switzerland-based beverages company, Capri-Sun, has entered the Indian market by tying up with SDU ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Kids All-Natural Fruit Juice Brand Capri-Sun Enters India in Partnership with SDU Beverages  India Retailing1 week ago
Fone Arena

Reliance selling CDMA variant of Moto G for Rs. 13490, also available with zero down-payment and EMI plans

Reliance Communications (RCom) introduced Apple iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C in India with with zero-rental plans and a 2 year contract last year. Now the company has introduced the CDMA variant of the most popular phone Motorola Moto G for Rs. 13,490.
 Fone Arena1 week ago CDMA variant of Moto G now available in India for Rs 13,490  Gigjets1 week ago Reliance offers imported Moto G CDMA version for Rs 13,490  India TV1 week ago CDMA Moto G, Nokia phones  The Freepress Journal6 days ago
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