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Aug 05, 2017
Gemalto announces full eSIM compliance with GSMA's Security Accreditation SchemeGemalto claims to be the first on the world to demonstrate full compliance with the Security Accredation Scheme of GSMA.
Jul 05, 2017
Asus Zenfone AR, the world's first Tango-enabled smartphone, will launch in India on 13 JulyAsus is finally set to launch the much-anticipated Zenfone AR on 13 July in India. The Asus Zenfone AR which released at Consumer Electronic Show (CES) earlier this year is the first phone in the world to have Augmented Reality (AR) support along with being Virtual Reality (VR) content ready.
Jun 19, 2017
Researchers have developed a robot that can write and play its own music using AIThe robot with four arms and eight sticks can play harmonies and chords on marimba. It also thinks much more like a human musician.
Jun 15, 2017
GST knocking: Puma footwear, Flying Machine, Levis clearing inventories with discounts up to 50%The decision to offer hectic discounts on branded goods comes after the GST Council at its meet earlier this month said man-made apparel with a price tag over Rs 1,000 will be taxed at 12% as against the current levy of 7%
Jun 06, 2017
GST effect: Early Diwali for consumers as retailers offer up to 40% discount on TVs, ACsSteep discount offers comes even as the GST Council increased excise credit to 60 percent from 40 percent on the transitional stock during its last meeting on 3 June
May 30, 2017
GST: Panasonic India, industry body for higher customs duty to thwart cheap importsThe issue of transition stock provision is still under consideration and the GST Council is likely to finalise the provision in its next meeting on 3 June.
May 21, 2017
GST may cause spike in consumer electronic prices by 5 percent; manufacturers fear it will impact salesConsumer electronic prices to go up by 4-5 percent in the July. This will impact sales say manufacturers who will counter it by increasing sale prices.
Apr 26, 2017
McGill university researchers develop self charging batteries powered by ambient lightScientists are developing new self-charging batteries that harvest energy from light and could put an end to our smartphone recharging woes.
Mar 16, 2017
Consumer electronics are getting prone to explosions as Lithium ion batteries are pushed to the limitsManufacturers aiming for more battery life, smaller devices and faster charging tend to cut corners when it comes to safety precautions.
Feb 15, 2017
E-commerce expected to touch $50-55 billion by 2021: StudyThe report notes that convenience has overtaken discounts as a key driver for buying online. From 40 percent in 2014, the report notes that more than 55 percent purchase online due to convenience.