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Sun, 25 Feb 2018 05:28:14 GMT
Samsung brings world's first 'wind-free' air conditioner to India
The base price of the first of its kind air-conditioning machine would be Rs 50,950; the product is said to reduce energy consumption by up to 72 per cent.
Samsung unveils new range of a/cs priced from Rs 50,950
The new air-conditioner is integrated with the company's Wind-Free Cooling technology into its design providing customer with cooler indoor climate and optimal energy efficiency.
Samsung India sets sales goal of over $10 billion this year
Sales will be driven by smartphones, premium television and appliances like refrigerators and washing machines, which will be the focus areas of the company this year.
Most important thing for a smart TV is that its software should be upgradeable: Xiaomi Co-Founder Wang Chuan
The Chinese Smartphone giant launched Its fourth generation smart TV-- the MiTV, which was first showcased at CES in 2017-- alongside the Redmi Note 5 and Note 5 Pro.
Ridaex Tech acquired by their branding partner GotMatter Pvt Ltd
Bengaluru - GotMatter Pvt Ltd a Bangalore based IT & E-Commerce company has succeeded in acquiring Ridaex Technologies which had made a name for itself by m...
TV makers may review plans to Make in India
In light of the new tax on imports of "open cell" LED TV panels, electronics giants mull scaling down local assembling.
India to be mfg hub for Middle East & Africa: Panasonic
The electronics giant considers India a high-priority market, adding that Panasonic enjoys good brand awareness in the country.
LCD/LED TV to be dearer as govt hikes customs duty on panels
The government has increased the customs duty on parts of LCD/LED/OLED TVs to 15 per cent to boost domestic manufacturing.
Samsung India to hire 1000 engineers for R&D facilities
"The three R&D centres in India work on several cutting edge technologies," Samsung global senior vice-president and MD Samsung R&D Institute India Bengaluru Dipesh Shah said.
Uttar Pradesh set to receive over Rs 26,000 crore to boost electronics sector
According to government officials, companies like Samsung, Vivo, Oppo and LG have already invested in the state.
Ricoh India files for insolvency
"The company has come to a position where it is unable to meet its liabilities," said Ricoh India in a statement explaining the decision.
Appliance makers bat for manufacturing incentives in Budget 2018
The makers are also expecting tax reduction on the energy efficient 5 star and 4 star products to increase adoption by the consumers.
Konica Minolta aims Rs 1000 crore revenue by 2022
The company has expanded its reach to 24 locations in India and is also eager to invest in capacity expansion "based on market requirements".
Royal Philips crosses the billion dollar sales mark in India
As per latest regulatory filings, Philips’ total sales in the Indian market grew by 11.8% in the fiscal year ended March 2017, despite intense competition in the LED lamp and luminaire segment .
Electronic manufacturing investment reached a total volume of Rs 1.57 lakh crore in 2017
The ministry also said that 119 crore Indians have enrolled under its marque project Aadhaar which over 99.9% of the adult population.