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Motorola Nexus 6 vs. LG Nexus 5: What's New in Google Smartphone
International Business Times India

The New Moto X launches in India

Call it the Moto X 2014″, Moto X 2nd generation, or The New Moto X, the now Lenovo-owned (ex Google-owned) Motorola flagship for 2014 is really a flagship with some specs that don't fall behind other manufacturers top of the line smartphones (on ... Phones Review, 3 weeks ago
Motorola Nexus 6 vs. LG Nexus 5: What's New in Google Smartphone International Business Times India, 3 days ago
International Business Times India

Motorola Moto X (Gen 2) vs Google Nexus 5 vs HTC One E8 vs Sony Xperia Z1: Specifications Comparison

Motorola launched the second generation Moto X in India earlier this week. The new Motorola flagship smartphone, which was already released in developed markets, have received good reviews from tech pundits and arrives in India with an aggressive ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago Motorola Moto G (Gen 1.) vs. Nokia Lumia 730 vs. Galaxy Grand Prime vs. LG L Bello: Specifications Comparison  International Business Times India1 day ago Sony Xperia Z3 to Debut in India this Week  International Business Times India4 weeks ago Motorola Moto G (Gen 2.) vs. Sony Xperia E3: Specifications Comparison  International Business Times India3 weeks ago
Channel Times

Motorolo Mobility Merger To Spur Lenovo Smartphone Business

CT News Bureau New Delhi, Oct 17: As the merger of Motorolo Mobility is around the corner with Lenovo's mobility business, the Chinese electronics giant Lenovo has set ambition to become India's third largest smartphone company with the ...
 Channel Times3 days ago Supply chains see orders from Motorola Mobility until 4Q14  DigiTimes Taiwan1 month ago LENOVO : Motorola mobility upgrades portfolio  4 Traders1 month ago Motorola sees India as one of the biggest markets | Why IBM is hiring more in US  Economic Times1 month ago
IBNLive India News

Motorola Deck Bluetooth speaker launched in India at Rs 8,990

ISL Download Fast & Free Mobile Browser Home » Tech New Delhi: After over a year of its release in the US, the Motorola Deck Bluetooth speaker has made its way to India. Available exclusively through Flipkart, the portable wireless speaker is ...
 IBNLive India News6 days ago Moto 360 to arrive in India soon; spotted on Flipkart  Deccan Chronicle4 weeks ago Moto G's bet on e-commerce worked, more launches planned ahead  Jagran Post1 month ago Moto G's bet on e-commerce worked; more launches planned ahead  Asian Age1 month ago

Motorola overtakes Nokia in mobile market in India

Within a year of entering in the Indian market with its smartphones, Motorola has taken the fourth place replacing Nokia. According to a report from the market research firm Canalys, Motorola sold 9.55 lakh smartphones in the second quarter of 2014 and moved ...
 One India2 months ago
Mobile Money Live

LENOVO : Motorola buy to take lenovo to third spot in smartphone club

Personal computer (PC) seller Lenovo of China is set to become the third largest smartphone vendor in India after completing the acquisition of Motorola Mobility by the end of 2014. The smartphone business of Lenovo has tripled ...
 4 Traders21 hours ago MOTOROLA BUY TO TAKE LENOVO TO THIRD SPOT IN SMARTPHONE CLUB  TMC Net21 hours ago Lenovo to become No 3 smartphone vendor in India after Motorola buy  Economic Times4 days ago Lenovo to set up new smart device firm in China  Mobile Money Live4 days ago

Google launches cheap smartphone in India first

The US company tied up with Indian handset makers Micromax, Karbonn and Spice Mobiles to launch the phone, which is powered by Google's operating system and targets the booming low-cost segment of the world's fastest growing smartphone market.
 Hong Kong Standard1 month ago Will Google's AndroidOne stand the test of time in India ?  Yourstory.in1 week ago Moto X (2nd Gen): Good smartphone, bad pricing  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Android One too pricey to attract one billion more internet users in India  Tech Republic3 weeks ago
IBNLive India News

Motorola Moto X (1st Gen) price slashed by Rs 6,000, now available for Rs 17,999

New Delhi: Motorola has slashed the price of its first-generation Moto X smartphone in India by Rs 6,000. The phone, which was earlier available for Rs 23,999, is now available on e-commerce site Flipkart for Rs 17,999. The original Moto X( ...
 IBNLive India News5 days ago Motorola unveils Moto X (Gen 2), likely to be priced around Rs 30,000 in India  Jagran Post1 month ago Top 10 smartphones under Rs 30,000  Rediff.com2 months ago

Mobile advertising hits new heights in India

A recent report from Opera Media has highlighted the growth of mobile advertising in India over the past 18 months. According to The State of Mobile Advertising: India , ad impressions delivered to users in India have increased 260% since July ...
 Jana.com2 weeks ago THE MOBILE PHONE MARKET  TMC Net1 week ago Indian brands rule mobile market: Study  The Statesman1 month ago Now a Xiaomi phone for 6,999  DNA1 month ago
Daily Bhaskar

Diwali Drive: INR 300 crore will be send by Apple, Samsung, Google on ads

It's Diwali time and this indeed is reflecting the Gadgets war we are witnessing in the Indian market today. Google , Motorola launched their cheap flagships, Sony and Microsoft launched affordable selfie phones (HTC toois launching one today); and ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 week ago
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