Samsung, Moto, LG and Sony to benefit from govt decision India has rejected Apple’s request to import and sell refurbished iPhones, a telecommunications ministry official told Bloomberg on Tuesday. Apple’s rivals mounted a public campaign against the proposal, arguing that such a move would trigger a flood of used electronics while defeating the government’s ‘Make in India’ scheme to encourage local manufacturing. Earlier, a similar proposal was rejected in 2015 ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Juggernaut’s mobile reading app could be a game-changer, says Nilanjana S Roy. Trade publishing in India boomed in the last two decades, but we have a bad case of bookstore lag. Most readers don't fully feel the effects of the growing professionalism of English-language publishing houses. Many publishing houses have opened up in the last few years. They produce a very wide range of reasonably high-quality titles across a range of subjects. This growth has been matched by a similar rise ...Rediff.com, 6 days ago
Analysts point to a pattern with Samsung gaining leadership position in the prime segment during Feb-Aug every year. Apple overtakes Sept onwards The fight for supremacy in the premium smartphone segment between Samsung and Apple continues to create ripples in the Indian market. During the past two years, the war has attracted enough attention and evoked excitement among technology devices freaks in the country. In the latest round of the fight, Samsung has again proved its lead over Apple.Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Image: New Samsung S7 (R) and S7 edge smartphones. Photograph: Albert Gea/Reuters With high decibel launches and combative pricing, the two global majors are raising their game for the premium Indian smartphone market From large newspaper advertisements, to television commercials and digital shorts, almost everywhere you turn, there is a smartphone brand staring back at you. And with a spate of new launches by global majors Apple and Samsung assuming the decibel levels of slick Bollywood ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, recently stated that he sees India in the same position that China was seven to ten years ago India is soon becoming the centre of every smartphone manufacturer’s universe as the country’s appetite for the devices continues to grow at a brisk pace, despite slowing global sales. In the first three months of 2016, sales of smartphones in India grew 23 per cent to 24.9 million units. Tim Cook, chief executive of Apple, recently stated he sees India in the same ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Time to ogle through the goggle. Adult-content giant Pornhub announced Wednesday the launch of free virtual reality content. The VR will be viewable through both Android and iOS mobiles and compatible with headsets such as Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR and ...Huffington Post, 2 months ago
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