Image courtesy of twobee at freedigitalphotos.net Enterprise June 2, 2015 0 Faisal Kawoosa IoT is one of the real hot topics in the ICT world these days. Some see it as a trend, while others see a plethora of opportunities emerging from ... Cyber India Online, 1 month ago
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In the last year, the number of handsets that support 4G connectivity in India has been steadily rising, and it's not just been limited to top-end handsets, but also more affordable phones such as the Xiaomi Mi4i , the Yu Yuphoria , and the Motorola ...NDTV, 1 month ago Indian Mobile Phone Sales Drop For First Time In 20 Years Link, 1 month ago Cell phone sales drop in India, a first in 20 years India Today, 1 month ago Mobile phone sales in India fall for the first time in 20 years Times of India, 1 month ago
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NEW DELHI: Coolpad, Meizu and Phi-Comm are three popular Chinese smartphone brands that forayed into the hot Indian smartphone market in less than a month. All three would do well to keep in mind the fate of their better known and larger global ...Times of India, 1 month ago Phone makers bullish on India despite famous flops Economic Times, 1 month ago Three Chinese brands Coolpad, Meizu and Phi-Comm debut in India despite famous failures like Huawei, ZTE Economic Times, 1 month ago
Image courtesy of patrisyu at freedigitalphotos.net May 21, 2015 0 NEW DELHI, INDIA:Samsung, the overall leader in mobile handset shipments as well as Smartphone shipments in the country, established its leadership in the 4G/LTE device ...Cyber India Online, 1 month ago India 4G/LTE device shipments more than double in 1Q CY 2015; grow 108% QoQ Dataquest, 1 month ago India's 4G Sales Double As Chinese Upstarts Xiaomi, Lenovo Arrive With Sub-$150 Handsets International Business Times, 1 month ago Lenovo A6000 Becomes India's Most Sold Smartphone: Report International Business Times India, 1 month ago
World's fastest growing smartphone market is suddenly dipping! Mobile sales have dropped 14.5% in Q1 this year compared to Q4 2014. The data revealed by CyberMedia Research, a consultancy dealing with mobile phone research confirms, the number of ...Techradar India, 1 month ago
Mobile handsets market in India is expected to cross 300 million devices this year while only 46 million are likely to be built locally, says a report. The domestic market for mobile handsets is expected to cross 300 million devices in 2015, while ...Millennium Post, 1 month ago Mobile phones market in India expected to cross 300 million devices this year DeshGujarat, 1 month ago
1.2 million units of tablets were shipped in the October-December quarter of 2014 Tablet PC shipments in India declined by 13.9 per cent to 1.03 million units in 2015's January-March quarter, impacted by lack of 'differentiated' products in the ...EFYTimes.com, 1 month ago Tablet PC popularity is steadily declining in India GSMArena.com, 1 month ago Are Tablet PCs Failing To Impress Business Users? CXOtoday, 1 month ago Samsung, Datawind, and Micromax Lead Indian Tablet Shipments in Q1: CMR NDTV, 1 month ago
Tablet shipments in India has shrunk by 13.9 percent in January to March 2015, says a study by CyberMedia Research. The Indian tablet market experienced a sharp 13.9 percent decline during the January-March quarter of 2015. However, Korean ...Computerworld India, 1 month ago
Just at a time when Indians were seen moving around with a giant sized device and making phone calls, none knew the smartness would be out of fashion so soon. If a data by CMR' s India Quarterly Tablets Market Review is to be believed, shipment of ...Techradar India, 1 month ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Shipments of tablet computers in India have declined in the first quarter of this year. Researchers attribute this fall to lack of differentiation between products. — P.V. Sivakumar TOPICS ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
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