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Emirates Airlines responds to US/UK electronics devices ban, by a tongue-in-cheek update to its ad
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Emirates Airlines responds to US/UK electronics devices ban, by a tongue-in-cheek update to its ad

Unlike other airlines, who have remained to stay silent on the matter so far, Emirates has gone ahead and used this ban to its advantage

'Imports like electronics, machinery go against Make in India'
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'Imports like electronics, machinery go against Make in India'

Electronics is one area where the country does not have adequate capacity and is highly import dependent.

India Electronics and Semiconductor Association signs four MoUs to bridge talent gap
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India Electronics and Semiconductor Association signs four MoUs to bridge talent gap

India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA), the trade body representing the Indian ESDM (Electronic System Design and Manufacturing) industry today said it has signed four MoUs aimed at bridging talent gap.

MIT develops specialised low power speech recognition chip for electronics
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MIT develops specialised low power speech recognition chip for electronics

In anticipation of the advent of ubiquitous speech control for electronics, MIT researchers have created a low power chip for recognising speech input.

Government to introduce guidelines for digital payments to protect consumers
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Government to introduce guidelines for digital payments to protect consumers

The Ministry of IT and Electronics (MEITY) is working on detailed guidelines on digital payments to ensure protection of consumers.

Institutes like NIEIT will help Rajasthan in IT and electronics sector, says Union Minister
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Institutes like NIEIT will help Rajasthan in IT and electronics sector, says Union Minister

Union minister P P Chaudhary today said that institutes like NIEIT will help Rajasthan grow in the electronics and IT sector and contribute to India's digital ambitions.

Cabinet approves incentives for investments in electronics manufacturing sector
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Cabinet approves incentives for investments in electronics manufacturing sector

The projects already received under the scheme have the potential to generate employment for up to one million persons.

CES 2017: A comprehensive account of one day at the largest Consumer Electronics event
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CES 2017: A comprehensive account of one day at the largest Consumer Electronics event

During a media briefing at the CES gadget show Wednesday, HTC showcased a number of tracker-enabled accessories, including what it says is the first VR camera, multiple rifles built for VR shooters and haptic gloves.

Researchers engineer a new material that can make computers 100 times more energy efficient
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Researchers engineer a new material that can make computers 100 times more energy efficient

Researchers including one of Indian-origin have engineered a material that could lead to a new generation of computing devices, packing in more computing power while consuming nearly 100 times less energy thant today's electronics require.

Amazon and Flipkart offer festive season deals to online shoppers
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Amazon and Flipkart offer festive season deals to online shoppers

E-commerce giants Amazon and Flipkart have started offering deals to attract potential consumers. Amazon has launched "Great Indian Festival" where the company is offering discounts and additional cash back offers.

Indian electronic products expected to be a $75 bn Industry by 2017
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Indian electronic products expected to be a $75 bn Industry by 2017

With increasing penetration across consumer products, the Indian electronic products industry is expected to reach $75 billion by 2017.

Flipkart may offer additional Rs 75 crore credit facility to sellers at 11.4% interest
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Flipkart may offer additional Rs 75 crore credit facility to sellers at 11.4% interest

Under the 'Flipkart Growth Capital' programme, launched in July last year, Flipkart sellers can avail loans with interest rates starting at 11.40 percent

US chip supplier Mouser Electronics sets up back office in Bengaluru
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US chip supplier Mouser Electronics sets up back office in Bengaluru

US-based global supplier of semiconductor chips and electronic components Mouser Electronics opened its customer service centre and back office in Bengaluru.

DuoSkin Metallic tattoo that can be used to control your computer, smartphone
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DuoSkin Metallic tattoo that can be used to control your computer, smartphone

Researchers have created a temporary metallic tattoo that can be used to control your computer, smartphone and other connected devices.

Electricity conducted like copper by bacteria hair
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Electricity conducted like copper by bacteria hair

Scientists have discovered that hair-like filaments on the surface of Geobacter bacteria exhibit electrical conductivity comparable to that of copper -- paving the way for the employment of biological materials in nanoscale electron devices.

Sony logs biggest FY profit in 8 years on restructuring, games
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Sony logs biggest FY profit in 8 years on restructuring, games

Japanese electronics maker Sony Corp reported its biggest annual operating profit since fiscal 2007 due to cost cuts in its struggling smartphone business and brisk demand for PlayStation 4 videogames.

Budget 2016: Exporters body asks govt to address inverted duty structure in Budget
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Budget 2016: Exporters body asks govt to address inverted duty structure in Budget

Exporters body FIEO has asked the government to address the inverted duty structure in certain sectors like electronics, in the upcoming Budget, to boost exports.

Samsung sees weak 4Q15, doesn't expect smartphone profits to bounce back soon
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Samsung sees weak 4Q15, doesn't expect smartphone profits to bounce back soon

Samsung Electronics reported Thursday a bigger-than-expected decline in fourth quarter earnings as its mainstay smartphone and semiconductor businesses suffer amid weakening global demand for consumer electronics.

Worldwide semiconductor capital spending to decline 4.7 percent in 2016: Gartner
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Worldwide semiconductor capital spending to decline 4.7 percent in 2016: Gartner

Worldwide semiconductor capital spending is projected to decline 4.7 percent in 2016, to $59.4 billion, according to Gartner, Inc.

Samsung completes 20 years of 'Make in India'; celebrates with consumer-friendly offers
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Samsung completes 20 years of 'Make in India'; celebrates with consumer-friendly offers

Samsung is celebrating 20 years of 'Make in India' by going big on offers and rewarding its customers.