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Karbonn launches budget phablet 'Titanium Dazzle' for Rs 5,490 in India

Karbonn launches budget phablet 'Titanium Dazzle' for Rs 5,490 in India

28 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Adding another phablet in its 'Titanium' series, Indian smartphone maker Karbonn has launched 'Titanium Dazzle' for Rs 5,490 in the Indian market.

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Fly Mobiles launches three smartphones; partners with Snapdeal

Fly Mobiles launches three smartphones; partners with Snapdeal

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Looking to tap the fast growing smartphone market in India, UK-headquartered Fly Mobiles launched three smartphones in the range of Rs 2,999 to Rs 6,999.

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Used high-end smartphones a growing trend as consumers upgrading frequently: Report

Used high-end smartphones a growing trend as consumers upgrading frequently: Report

25 Feb 2015

New York: Ever used a second hand high-end smartphone? That's a growing trend now, according to a new survey report.

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Motorola updating Moto E as it targets first-time <strong>smartphone</strong> buyers

Motorola updating Moto E as it targets first-time smartphone buyers

26 Feb 2015

New York: Motorola is updating its low-cost smartphone, the Moto E, as it targets first-time smartphone buyers worldwide.

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6 tips to conserve your smartphone's battery

6 tips to conserve your smartphone's battery

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: We bring you the ways in which you can actively use your smartphone and still never run out of battery. One just needs to keep simple tips in mind.

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Android dominates global <strong>smartphone</strong> market with 81.5 percent share: IDC

Android dominates global smartphone market with 81.5 percent share: IDC

25 Feb 2015

Google Android dominated the global smartphone market in 2014, holding an 81.5 percent market share, with Apple's iOS second and no strong third player, market tracker IDC said Tuesday.

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4G devices now more affordable for Indians

4G devices now more affordable for Indians

25 Feb 2015

Bangkok: A new breed of smartphones equipped with the latest 4G technology promises to push internet accessibility to an unprecedented level, and that too at an affordable four-figure price, especially for India.

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India <strong>smartphone</strong> market contracts in Q4; Samsung leads: IDC

India smartphone market contracts in Q4; Samsung leads: IDC

24 Feb 2015

New Delhi: For the first time country's smart phone market fell by 4 percent in the October-December period last year as compared with the previous quarter, even as handset maker Samsung retains its top position as leading vendor with 22 percent share, research firm IDC said on Tuesday.

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Formula behind best-selling <strong>smartphone</strong> apps revealed!

Formula behind best-selling smartphone apps revealed!

24 Feb 2015

Washington: With more than 1,200 apps being released daily, an Indian-origin researcher and his colleague have discovered a number of ways to determine which smartphone apps will be the most successful.

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US raises concerns over 'Made in Indonesia' <strong>smartphone</strong> law

US raises concerns over 'Made in Indonesia' smartphone law

24 Feb 2015

JAKARTA/WASHINGTON: The United States is pressing Indonesia to relax local-content rules it believes will handicap efforts of tech firms such as Apple to expand into one of the world's last big markets where demand for high-end smartphone has yet to really take off.

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