The smartphone operating system (OS) war in India will intensify in the coming months, as the country's smartphone market continues to race away. According to CMR's India Monthly Mobile Handsets Market Review, 14.5 million out of a total of 58.9 ... SearchCIO.in, 4 weeks ago
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NEW DELHI: The India tablet story is losing steam. After a 56% surge in 2013, tablet shipment fell nearly 28% sequentially in the first three months of 2014. Product launches are few and far between, and the number of vendors in the market has ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Tablet vendors focus on enterprises and 4G to boost sales Economic Times, 1 month ago Tablet sales fall 28% sequentially in the first three months; Phablets gaining popularity Economic Times, 1 month ago
According to CMR's India quarterly tablet PC market review, Q1 (January-March), June 2014 release announced that 746,463 tablets were sold (shipped) in the quarter by as many as 30 domestic and international vendors. However, only eleven vendors ...DQ Week, 1 month ago Tablet sales slip 17.5 percent in Q1, phablets popularity soar Jagran Post, 1 month ago Tablet sales take hit from phablets, Samsung still on top Financial Express, 1 month ago Q1 Tablet shipment down 17.5% y-o-y Smart Investor, 1 month ago
The tablet market of India observed a fall by 17.5% in the first quarter of 2014 to 0.74 million units, according to recent report by CMR, a market research firm. This is affected by rising popularity of phablets and falling demand of tablets. ...ITvoir.com, 1 month ago Tablet sales in India fall 17.5% on Q1: Report Times of India, 1 month ago India tablet sales in Q1 decline 17.5% on year: CMR Economic Times, 1 month ago Tablet sales in India fall 17.5% in Q1: Report Times of India, 1 month ago
Rising popularity of phablets and BIS certification issues have hit the tablet market in India, with shipments declining 17.5 percent in January-March 2014 quarter to 0.75 million units, research firm CMR said on Thursday. According to CMR's ...NDTV, 1 month ago Tablet shipments slip 17.5% in Q1, phablets popularity soars Business Standard India, 1 month ago
After giving the multi-nationals a run for their money, home-grown phone makers are now looking to raise private equity (PE) investments to scale up. As many as three of companies Spice, Karbonn and Maxx confirmed to Business Line that they are ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
The government is considering a proposal to extend benefits meant for electronics makers to white goods manufacturers. This comes after several consumer durables companies approached the department of electronics and information technology ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
After a host of initiatives by the private sector and some government agencies to provide boost to entrepreneurship in the country, the Centre is working on a proposal to incubate product companies specifically in the electronics sector. The ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago Govt plans incubation centre for IT start-ups Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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