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Is Micromax India's No 1 smartphone vendor? Samsung cries foul
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Samsung loses pole position in India to Micromax

MUMBAI: Budget smartphone maker Micromax leapfrogged South Korea’s Samsung to become leading supplier in India’s booming smartphone market for the first time in the fourth quarter, research firm Canalys said. In a report issued on February 3, ... Himalayan times, 2 months ago

Samsung brings 'fresh' prices

KATHMANDU: Him Electronics has launched ‘Samsung Fresh New Year, Fresh New Prices’. In this offer, consumers can buy Samsung LED TV starting from Rs 22,490 for its entry level model to Rs 719,990 for its high-end Curved UHD TV. Similarly, price of ...
 Himalayan times3 weeks ago
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Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Apple iPhone 6: And the winner is...

With the Samsung Galaxy S6 model out, let us take a look at how the two of the most celebrated smartphones match up against each other... Apple and Samsung have been going at it since the beginning of the smartphones era and have been arch rivals ever since. From Apple suing the South Korean giant for copying its design prototype to the latter turning into one the most powerful smartphone-maker in the world, it has been a see-saw battle between the two firms. The "battle for the best" rages-on ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Cost of Galaxy's battle against Apple's iPhone on the rise  Himalayan times1 week ago Eight things you need to know about new Galaxy S6  Jagran Post2 months ago
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'Government websites hold so much unprotected data'

The prime minister’s Office has named Gulshan Rai as their next cyber security chief.  The director-general of the Computer Emergency Response Team-India will step into his new role on Wednesday. Rai talks to Surabhi Agarwal about the tussle with social media companies over sharing data, Section 66a of the Information Technology Act and his new job.  How do we deal with snooping by countries like the US and hacking from Pakistan and China? There is no ideal way. Whoever has the ...
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Best April Fools' pranks: Meat cleaver phone, a selfie car...

Here is presenting some of the best pranks on April Fools’ Day this year that people actually fell for! And we are not talking about personal pranks either -- biggies such as Samsung and even Honda went all out with their advertisement campaigns for this day-long prank. Don’t believe us? Take a look for yourself: 1) Samsung Galaxy Blade Edge Imagine this: a phone that doubles up as a butcher’s knife, cuts 50% faster than any other blade, finger detection functions to help it ...
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4 Reasons Why Apple's Smartwatch Is Not Fit To Be Your Next Timekeeper

#1 Apple fails to explain why we must own one Unlike any other product, Apple’s smartwatch definitely lacks a strong proposition as to why the users must go for one. The company, who is otherwise pretty zealous about their new launches every year, seems to have got it wrong this time. iPod was all about listening to songs on the go, iPad has earned the tag of a portable PC, iPhone changed the way people use smartphones. Apple’s products have always been remarkable but can we predict ...
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Get ready to pay more for smartphones, calls

Change in excise duty structure will, however, boost local manufacturing of handsets While the government’s move to change excise duty structures on mobile phones and tablets will promote domestic manufacturing, the price of smartphones, which are mostly imported, will increase by 3-5 per cent, experts say. Besides, postpaid mobile bills will also go up marginally with the increase in service tax from 12.36 per cent to 14 per cent. Excise duty structure for mobile handsets is being ...
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Why Steve Jobs' ex ad advisor dislikes Apple advertisements

Ken Segall, Steve Jobs’ former ad advisor, says marketing campaigns should be simple. Having worked with Steve Jobs at Apple in the 1990s, he was involved in the making of the Think Different campaign for the company. Segall tells Business Standard how Apple’s advertisements have been soft recently. Excerpts: How different was it to work with Steve Jobs? The big difference is Steve Jobs, I have never worked with any other chief executive officer, who cares about marketing. In ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Xiaomi Mi 4 Review: Form, speed and class on a mid-way budget

Xiaomi launched its flagship, the Mi 4, last week, and it’s come roaring out the gates, hell-bent on spear tackling the Samsungs and Sonys in the market. But what does the “flagship” term really mean for Xiaomi? One thing’s for sure, ...
 DNA2 months ago

Samsung introduces attractive scheme for Cricket World Cup

KATHMANDU: With the onset of summer and the beginning of Cricket World Cup season, Him Electronics, the authorised distributor of Samsung in Nepal, has launched a new campaign called ‘Samsung What a Catch Full HD Quality Match’. Under this scheme, ...
 Himalayan times2 months ago
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