A Micromax mobile phone is kept on display at a showroom in New Delhi December 6, 2013. [Representational Image] Reuters The race to reach the top of the mobile market in India is getting extremely heated, as a new report pitches Samsung as the ... International Business Times India, 1 week ago
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The smartphone market in India has maintained its growth impetus with smartphone shipments achieving year on year growth of 84% in Q2 2014 and a quarter over quarter growth of 11%. The potential for future growth in the smartphone market remains ...Cellular-News, 1 week ago Smartphones grow 84% in India The Statesman, 1 week ago Indian mobile phone market growing at over 80%: IDC India Tech Online, 1 week ago With an Year-on-Year Growth of 84%, Smartphone Market Still Has An Immense Potential: Says IDC PressReleasePoint, 2 weeks ago
Though Samsung is still the leading phone maker in India, homegrown brand Micromax is closing in on the Korean company's lead, says a report. According to a report by research firm IDC, Samsung was leading in the Indian handset market with a ...NDTV Profit, 1 week ago Micromax Closing in on Samsung in India: IDC NDTV Profit, 1 week ago Look Who's Rivaling Samsung Mobile NDTV Profit, 1 week ago
A recent report by technology market research firm Counterpoint made headlines when it claimed that Micromax had overtaken Samsung as the biggest mobile phone vendor in India . Counterpoint said that Micromax had16.6 percent marketshare in Q2 ...NDTV, 1 week ago Samsung Still India's Biggest Mobile Vendor: IDC NDTV, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: The Indian handset market currently led by Samsung with Micromax at No. 2 could see a reshuffle in the rankings among the top five vendors in coming quarters, as Chinese and local device makers aggressively tap the entry level segment of ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Samsung leads India market in Q2, but Micromax narrows gap: IDC Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Samsung leads India market in Q2 but Micromax narrows gap, reshuffle on cards: IDC Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
New Delhi, August 18:Korean electronics major Samsung continues to retain the top position in the Indian mobile phone market with a Q2 share of 17%, closely followed by homegrown player Micromax with 14% according to the latest report from ...Channel Times, 2 weeks ago Samsung still the top mobile phone brand but Micromax closing in: IDC Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
MUMBAI: IDC India has announced the appointment of Mahalingam Balaji to the post of research director. Balaji joins IDC from Hewlett-Packard India, where he was director of strategy and planning for printing and personal systems group. He ...Indian Television, 1 month ago HP's Mahalingam Balaji joins IDC as Senior Research Leader VAR India, 1 month ago IDC Appoints A Senior Research Leader ... EFYTimes.com, 1 month ago IDC appoints Mahalingam Balaji for South Asia Team India Infoline, 1 month ago
By Jaideep Mehta The union budget is a positive step towards the government's efforts to revive the economy and promote economic growth. The emphasis on the infrastructure and manufacturing sectors will lay foundational for a nation at India's ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Budget: What's cheaper, what's costlier? Rediff.com, 1 month ago Union Budget Lends Support to IT Initiatives IT Next, 1 month ago Budget Overall Positive For Industry, Say Experts Light Reading India, 1 month ago
: We bring you the reactions of the IT industry to the Indian budget received by us till 7.30 pm. We will update this piece as more reactons come in: ANALYSTS: Arup Roy, Research Director, Gartner India: From industry perspective, the policies ...India Tech Online, 1 month ago Budget 2014: IT Industry Reacts With Cautious Optimism CXOtoday, 1 month ago Union Budget 2014 Highlights: IT/ITES Sector CIO India, 1 month ago
A recent US law says companies are not allowed to sell products to the US that have been manufactured using stolen or illegal IT products. And with a software piracy rate of 63% - second only to China - that has got tens of thousands of small and ...BBC, 1 month ago
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