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At times 24 hours in a day is not enough: Kenichiro Hibi

After Hours with Kenichiro Hibi, Managing Director, Sony India 1. The job: I travel more than 15 days in a month and it's the core for me, I absolutely love travelling. I have been an avid explorer and travel enthusiast since my youth and even ... Financial Express, 1 month ago

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Videocon says it has made its first smartphone in India: the Z55 Dash

Videocon Mobile Phones , Videocon Group's mobile company, has started manufacturing mobile phones in the country, before any other manufacturers or brands, the company claims. Videocon says that its largest manufacturing base is in India and it has ...
 Media Nama6 days ago Lenovo starts manufacturing phones in India with Moto E  Media Nama2 weeks ago Almost Every IT, Telecom Player Is Now 'Making in India'  CXOtoday3 weeks ago Make In India Push: Sony, Thompson To Resume Manufacturing In India After A Decade  Trak.in4 weeks ago
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OPPO appoints Mike Wang as India CEO

Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has appointed Mike Wang as chief executive for the company's India operations. Wangjoined OPPO in 2005 in its initial years and has held a wide range of leadership positions across South-East Asian markets.In his ...
 Media Nama1 week ago

Make-In-India gets a big boost

Thomson sets up plant, Sony plans India-made TV, Adani to invest $5 billion Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make-in-India campaign appears to have convinced electronics companies to manufacture their products in India. On Tuesday, Japanese electronics giant ...
 Asian Age4 weeks ago
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Sony India Launches New Bravia Android TV Range Starting Rs. 69,900

Japanese electronics major Sony's India arm on Thursday introduced five new series of smart Bravia TVs and the slimmest LED TV that will run on Google's Android operating system. The five new series will comprise of new models ranging from 43-inch ...
 NDTV1 month ago
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Sony posts 50% growth in NE

Guwahati, July 20: Consumer electronics major Sony India is looking to sustain 50 per cent growth it posted during 2014-15 in the Northeast with a mix of both premium and mass-market products. The company, in contrast, had posted an all-India ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Sony may set up unit in India  Asian Age2 months ago Sony may consider setting up facility in India  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Sony Considering Setting Up Manufacturing Facility in India  NDTV2 months ago

Sony to tap rural market with small screen TV panels

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. India, July 6 -- Consumer electronic gadgets and IT products major Sony India wants to tap non metro or rural markets with its small screen TV panels along with ...
 HT Syndication1 month ago Sony to tap rural TV market with small screen units  Press Trust of India1 month ago Sony to tap rural TV mart  Asian Age1 month ago
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Mobile accessories market worth Rs 6K-cr in India

NEW DELHI: After selfie sticks, chips that claim to repel radiation could well be the next accessory toy in town. Despite the government's assurances about emissions from telecom towers being safe, there are takers for chips which claim to provide some sort ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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