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Tablet shipments grow by 7.22 percent while total sales drop by 26.8 percent due to GST
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Tablet shipments grow by 7.22 percent while total sales drop by 26.8 percent due to GST

IDC attributed the steep fall in consumer sales to the implementation of the Goods and Service Tax (GST) regime.

Lenovo beats Samsung in Q2 tablet market share; sales driven by commercial projects
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Lenovo beats Samsung in Q2 tablet market share; sales driven by commercial projects

Over 80 per cent of its shipments were driven by specific commercial projects delivered to government, education and large enterprises.

Kerala programme to provide technical skills to 60,000 government high school students
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Kerala programme to provide technical skills to 60,000 government high school students

As many as 60,000 government high school students in Kerala will be taught animation, electronics, hardware, cyber-safety and Malayalam computing.

Researchers develop heat conducting plastic that could lead to lighter electronics
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Researchers develop heat conducting plastic that could lead to lighter electronics

The process is a major departure from previous approaches, which have focused on adding metallic or ceramic fillers to plastics.

Reasearchers have built an insulator for quicker and long lasting electronics
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Reasearchers have built an insulator for quicker and long lasting electronics

University of California-Riverside researchers have built topological insulators (TI) for quicker and longer-lasting electronics.

Government is working on new policy for data security, electronics, and software production
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Government is working on new policy for data security, electronics, and software production

The National Policy on Electronics was drawn up in 2012 and approved by the previous the UPA cabinet in 2013.

It's the last day of Paytm's pre-GST sale: Grab these deals before they disappear
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It's the last day of Paytm's pre-GST sale: Grab these deals before they disappear

Paytm concludes its pre-GST sale today which was available on their e-commerce site Paytm mall.

Tata CLiQ to rope in 400 more brands, double growth in next fiscal, says CEO
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Tata CLiQ to rope in 400 more brands, double growth in next fiscal, says CEO

The online platform is expecting 200 percent to 300 percent growth in the next two years

Apple given tax sops to import handset parts, co to expand Bengaluru unit, says Ravi Shankar Prasad
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Apple given tax sops to import handset parts, co to expand Bengaluru unit, says Ravi Shankar Prasad

Apple, which sold over 50 million iPhones in the March quarter, down one percent year-on-year, is looking for new markets as its sales in China have weakened.

Season of sales: Amazon and Flipkart are falling over themselves to give you the best deals they can
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Season of sales: Amazon and Flipkart are falling over themselves to give you the best deals they can

Amazon has placed more impressive deals for users on the second day of 'Great Indian Sale' as Flipkart gears up for the ‘Big 10 Sale’.

Amazon Great Indian Sale kicks off with major discounts on electronics and fashion
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Amazon Great Indian Sale kicks off with major discounts on electronics and fashion

The company will offer exclusive discounts for Amazon Prime members and the users using Amazon mobile app.

Turkish Airlines will offer laptops to business-class travellers after ban on  electronic devices
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Turkish Airlines will offer laptops to business-class travellers after ban on electronic devices

Washington has barred all electronic devices larger than a mobile phone on direct flights to the United States from 10 airports in seven Middle Eastern countries.

The USB Type-C is an innovation comparable to the invention of the wheel
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The USB Type-C is an innovation comparable to the invention of the wheel

The USB Type-C will not lose its charm in the near future as it invites many more possible innovations.

LG Electronics is planning to make India its export hub
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LG Electronics is planning to make India its export hub

one of the main reasons for LG to look at making India an export hub is due to tension prevailing between South Korea and China.

Make in India: Why it should be about success of local firms and not just manufacturing goods
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Make in India: Why it should be about success of local firms and not just manufacturing goods

Make in India can be used as the vehicle that provides an organic growth to tackle the listed issues of past failures

Gartner predicts that global expenditure for devices will increase by 2 percent in 2017
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Gartner predicts that global expenditure for devices will increase by 2 percent in 2017

Global end-user spending on devices will increase by 2% in 2017, to reach nearly $600 billion, market research firm Gartner said on Thursday.

Quanta Computer confirms that its name was used in a $100 million email fraud
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Quanta Computer confirms that its name was used in a $100 million email fraud

Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer Quanta Computer Inc has acknowledged that its name was used as part of an email fraud scheme that bilked two U.S.-based internet companies out of more than $100 million.

Ban on electronics like laptops and tablets in Middle East flights comes into effect
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Ban on electronics like laptops and tablets in Middle East flights comes into effect

A ban on laptops and tablets in cabin baggage on flights from Turkey and some countries in the Middle East and North Africa to the US and Britain came into effect on Saturday, the media reported.

Earth Hour 2017: Power distribution company BSES urges citizens to support Earth Hour
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Earth Hour 2017: Power distribution company BSES urges citizens to support Earth Hour

Gearing up to celebrate Earth Hour, the city's largest discom, BSES, has urged citizens to switch off electrical appliances for an hour on March 25.

Emirates and Etihad have not received new instructions on electronic devices ban, say airlines
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Emirates and Etihad have not received new instructions on electronic devices ban, say airlines

Emirates Airline and Etihad Airways have not been advised of any new restrictions on carrying electronic devices on US flights, the Middle East airlines said on Tuesday.