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China mobile cos to invest $3 bn in India

Over 100 top China handset and component manufacturers may bring $2 billion to $3 billion investment in Indian mobile manufacturing operations in the next two years. Chinese companies such as

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Chinese firms want to make mobile phones in India

With Chinese economy sliding and sale of mobiles saturating, over 100 Chinese firms plan to set up joint ventures in India to make mobile phones for local and global markets. “Over 100

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Samsung posts $5.1 billion profit in Q4 2015

Samsung Electronics posted 6.1 trillion won or $5.1 billion in operating profit for the fourth quarter of 2015, regulatory filing showed on Friday. The fourth-quarter operating profit was down

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Micromax shares telecom trends for 2016

Smartphone major Micromax says the year 2015 was action packed for the Indian telecom market. From innovations in technology, design and price of mobile phones, to LTE networks being rolled out,

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Vivo Mobile opens manufacturing unit in India

Vivo Mobile India, celebrating its first anniversary in the country, on Tuesday announced the commencement of its manufacturing unit in Uttar Pradesh’s Greater Noida township. The unit will

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Apple promotes Apple Watch head Jeff Williams as COO

Technology major Apple has promoted Apple Watch project head Jeff Williams as the chief operating officer (COO). Apple has appointed a COO at a time when the Apple iPhone 6 smartphone is getting

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Mobile phones to come with multi-language feature

Department of Electronics and IT (DeitY) will ask mobile phone companies to sell their devices with multi-language support feature that will boost e-governance in India. DeitY, Government of

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Samsung names Koh Dongjin as president of mobile biz

Samsung Electronics has appointed Koh Dongjin as the president of mobile business. Interestingly, Samsung has not yet replaced Shin Jong Kyun from the position as the president of the struggling