Sony reveals nearly $1 billion net loss in Q3, will replace smartphone operations head and cut 1000 jobs

By on October 31, 2014 at 4:24 PM.

Sony reveals nearly $1 billion net loss in Q3, will replace smartphone operations head and cut 1000 jobs

On the eve of the latest financial results announcement, Sony said it would replace the head of the smartphone operations Kunimasa Suzuki with Hiroki Totoki, a Sony finance and planning executive. More →
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Making money on smartphones in emerging markets a challenge: IDC

By on October 31, 2014 at 1:28 PM.

Making money on smartphones in emerging markets a challenge: IDC

Even as smartphone sales in the emerging markets have brought cheer to handset makers with growth rate hitting 30 per cent year-on-year, analysts say the real challenge before the companies is to make money on such handsets in the affordable range, research firm IDC said. More →
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Oppo N3, Oppo R5 to launch in India in December

By on October 30, 2014 at 1:12 PM.

Oppo N3, Oppo R5 to launch in India in December

Chinese handset maker Oppo considers India as a key strategic market for the company and is collaborating with Flipkart and Amazon India for online sales of its products. The company announced that the Oppo N3 and R5 will be available on these e-commerce websites in India around December. More →
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Lenovo to take on Xiaomi with a new smartphone company in China: WSJ

By on October 16, 2014 at 1:49 PM.

Lenovo to take on Xiaomi with a new smartphone company in China: WSJ

Lenovo is reportedly planning on starting a smartphone company in China next year to focus on selling phones online. The new smartphone company is Lenovo's efforts to take on Xiaomi, the Wall Street Journal reports. More →
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Emotions lead people buy smartphones with bigger screens!

By on June 5, 2014 at 4:47 PM.

Emotions lead people buy smartphones with bigger screens!

Do you know why people prefer smartphones with bigger screens? It is to fulfill their emotional needs. People may find bigger screens more emotionally satisfying because they are using smartphones for entertainment as well as for communication purposes, a new research led by an Indian-origin scientist reveals. More →
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Today’s smart device is tomorrow’s advertising platform

By on May 22, 2014 at 11:50 AM.

Today’s smart device is tomorrow’s advertising platform

The connected home and the smart, autonomous car promise consumers new levels of control, comfort, understanding and security, but, if Google's vision of that technological future comes to pass, it could also mean pop-up ads on everything from the fridge and the thermostat to the car dashboard and every internet-connected device in-between. More →
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