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All six Indians miss cut in Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open

Sep 27, 2013

All six Indians miss cut in Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open

Both Lahiri and Kapur were done in by finishing blues. Lahiri seemed to have fought back well after a first round 79. He had a birdie-birdie start and then gained a stroke at the seventh. But back-to-back bogeys meant he was back to one-under for the day. #Sports #India #Japan #Golf #NewsTracker #Anirban Lahiri #Jyoti Randhawa #Shiv Kapur #Osaka #Himmat Rai #Indian Sport #Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open
Will Panasonic retreat from Japan's smartphone market benefit India?

Sep 04, 2013

Will Panasonic retreat from Japan's smartphone market benefit India?

The Japanese electronics company, which has suffered $15 billion in losses over its latest two financial years, is staking its turnaround on a transformation from a consumer gadget maker to a supplier for other businesses. #Apple Inc. #Nokia #Lenovo #smartphones #Technology #Microsoft #Samsung #Panasonic #Sony Corp. #mobile phines

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Battle of the quad-core mobiles in India: Nexus 4, Panasonic P51, Samsung Quattro

Sep 15, 2014

Panasonic Announces An Epic Cameraphone

Meet the Panasonic DMC-CM1 cameraphone. Inside is a massive image sensor on par with top-tier pocket cameras, yet the whole package is still rather svelte. With the DMC-CM1 Panasonic is returning to the smartphone market in an important way. Two year...
Battle of the quad-core mobiles in India: Nexus 4, Panasonic P51, Samsung Quattro

Sep 19, 2014

Panasonic updates Micro Four Thirds small wonder with Lumix GM5

Panasonic's new Lumix GM5 succeeds last year's GM1, but maintains its position as one of the smallest interchangeable lens cameras. In addition, Panasonic introduces two new lenses and firmware updates for the GH4 and FZ1000 cameras. The post Panason...
Battle of the quad-core mobiles in India: Nexus 4, Panasonic P51, Samsung Quattro

Sep 15, 2014

Google debuts first low-cost Android One phones in India

Three Indian vendors have launched smartphones based on a Google reference design starting at 6399 Indian rupees (US$105) without operator subsidy, in a bid to grab a share of a growing but competitive segment of the country’s smartphone market. Goog... #India #ASUS #Google Inc. #HTC Corporation