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Xiaomi makes India debut

One of the largest mobile companies of China , Xiaomi commenced its India operations on Tuesday with the launch of its Mi range of smartphones . The company, which has 33 billion yen of revenues and has already sold over 26 million smartphones so ... Business Standard India, 1 week ago

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Xiaomi's Indian Ambitions

The last two one and a half years have seen China plant its flag in the Indian smartphone market. The floodgates opened in the end of 2012 when Lenovo entered the market, followed quickly by Gionee, Oppo and co. , Xiaomi, epitomizes how much the ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Top News this week: HTC One E8, Union Budget, Xiaomi Mi 3 and more!

From Xiaomi's Mi 3 to HTC's Desire 616 and E8,this week saw some big announcements in the mobile space. Besides,the Modi sarkar presented its first Union Budget and has taken some key initiatives in the technology space. If youve missed on your ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago HTC Desire 616 and One E8 first impressions: Fierce competition awaits the new arrivals  Firstpost.com1 week ago HTC One E8 and Desire 616 first impressions: The make-or-break smartphones for HTC  Firstpost.com1 week ago HTC One E8, Desire 616 first look: Great specs, but is that enough in this market?  Firstpost.com1 week ago
Telecom Tiger

Xiaomi Mi 3: Incredibly good value for money smartphone!

One of China’s most popular phone maker Xiaomi has forayed into India with three of its blockbuster smartphones. The three new smartphones - Mi 3, Redmi 1S and Redmi Note - will be priced at Rs 13,999, Rs 6,999 and Rs 9,999, respectively. The Mi3 comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB RAM. Xiaomi is rapidly emerging as a popular smartphone in China. The company already has developed a cult following and is often referred as ‘the Apple of China’. Please click NEXT ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Xiaomi debuts in India, launches Mi3, Redmi 1s and Redmi Note smartphones  Telecom Tiger1 week ago Xiaomi launches 3 smartphones in India  Media Nama1 week ago Xiaomi To Launch Its Smartphones In India On July 11?  Techtree2 weeks ago

The Adidas miCoach System is one of …

By | Sportskeeda Football for the future: theAdidas miCoach System Adidas miCoachhas been one of those innovations in sports whose effect and assistance on the pitch has influenced football to quite an extent. With the 2014 FIFA World Cup ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago Adidas Joins the Wearable Activity Tracker Movement with miCoach  SlipperyBrick1 week ago One for the future: playing with the new Adidas miCoach Smart Ball  Engadget1 week ago Adidas announces miCoach fitness smart band, coming in August for $199  Fone Arena2 weeks ago

Oil at one-month low below $109 as Libya supply returns

Roadmap for Food Security Budget to show govt's will to reform food security This should make you happier as your effective income from wheat and rice will go up by 22 per cent and 25 per cent, respectively, for wheat and rice. Renewable Energy ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

MI vs RR tweet report: 'No one in India is capable of writing a script like this'

With the win, Mumbai India edged out Rajasthan Royals as the fourth team in the play-offs on the basis of a better run rate. Here are the twitter reactions to MI's stunning loss.
 First Post.com1 month ago Mumbai Indians win to stay in the hunt  Deccan Herald2 months ago Mumbai Indians beat Rajasthan Royals in one-sided affair  Greater Kashmir2 months ago Mumbai Indians beats Rajasthan Royals  Business Line2 months ago
Vertical Magazine

Rebels down Ukraine army helicopter; 9 killed

The Ukrainian military says one of its helicopters has been shot down by pro-Russian rebels in the east, killing all nine people on board. It says the Mi-8 helicopter, used for transporting military cargo, was hit by a rocket shortly after take-off outside the rebel-held city of Sloviansk.   It comes a day after the rebels vowed to observe a ceasefire until Friday, in response to a government peace plan. But Russia's president warned that the week-long truce was not enough. Vladimir ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Russian Helicopters completes delivery of 52 Mi-171E helicopters to China  Vertical Magazine1 week ago Another batch of military-transport helicopters Mi-17V-5 delivered to Afghanistan  Itar Tass1 week ago Russia completes delivery of 52 Mi-171 helicopters to China  Itar Tass1 week ago
Business Line

From lofty board room to lowly cell: Gupta begins prison term

Rajat Gupta, former Goldman Sachs Director and a one-time poster boy of Indians in the US, has begun his two-year jail term for insider trading while losing his appeal against paying nearly $14 million in civil penalties and ban on serving as a public company ...
 Business Line1 month ago
Business Standard

This one 'spices' up the budget smartphone war

Spice Mi451 has been competitively priced at Rs 5,499 and is a decent bet Harsh Vardhan June 10, 2014 Last Updated at 18:17 IST The smartphone war in the budget segment is on. Every other smartphone maker is coming out with affordable gadgets meant to capture ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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