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Why We Forayed Into E-Com: Keshav Bajaj, VP, Nimbuzz

Monday, November 21, 2011 | More »

Chat app company Nimbuzz announced that it has launched an e-commerce website called NCarry.com that will offer the latest phones for purchase. The website offers a wide range of handsets from all top handset manufacturers such as Nokia, Apple, Samsung, Blackberry, HTC, Micromax, LG and Motorola. In...

Synchronica Bags $1.4M Contract From Indian Handset Maker

UK-based mobile messaging solutions firm Synchronica Plc has received an order worth $1.4 million from an unnamed Indian handset manufacturer for its next-generation mobile messaging software, the company disclosed in a statement to London Stock Exchange. The deal was bagged in partnership with a re...

26 July, 2011 | More »

Samsung Q2 Falls As Weak LCDs Overshadow Mobiles

Profit at Samsung Electronics (005930.KS), the world’s largest maker of memory chips and televisions, fell by a quarter as weak earnings at its flat screen unit dragged, underlying the conglomerate’s struggle to return to last year’s record profit. A bleak outlook for computers and...

7 July, 2011 | More »

HTC Jumps On Record Sales But Overhang Seen Remaining

Shares in the world’s No.5 handset maker HTC jumped on Monday after it posted record monthly sales in June, clearing some of the worries that led to a correction starting early last month. HTC was up 4 percent by 0250 GMT, outperforming the broader market. The Taiwanese smartphone maker, which...

4 July, 2011 | More »

Micromax Rises To No. 3 Indian Handset Maker: Voice&Data

Homegrown handset maker Micromax has overtaken LG to become the third largest player in terms of revenues for FY2010-11, behind Nokia and Samsung. The IPO-bound company’s revenues grew 43 per cent during the fiscal to register at Rs 2,289 crore from Rs 1,602 crore in the previous fiscal. It no...

30 June, 2011 | More »

India Will Ship 210M Mobile Handsets In 2011: Cybermedia Research

India”s mobile handset market is expected to grow by 25 per cent in volume this year to reach 210 million units, market research firm CyberMedia Research predicts. IDC India was recently renamed Cybermedia Research and is a wholly owned subsidiary of media house Cyber Media India Ltd. Accordin...

11 April, 2011 | More »