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    Samsung’s Profit Sinks 39% As Mobile Profit Shrinks

    South Korea ” Samsung Electronics Co. said its first-quarter net income has plunged 39 percent as the smartphone business saw its profit shrink to less than half from a year earlier. The company reported Wednesday that its January-March income was 4.63 trillion won ($4.35 billion), compared with 7.49 trillion won one year earlier. Click here…

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    BlackBerry Launches Loyalty Program For Flagship Devices

    Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry Wednesday launched a loyalty program on select BlackBerry 10 smartphones for its customers in India, exclusively on Infibeam.com. The existing BlackBerry customers can get a discount of up to Rs 10,000 on BlackBerry 10 Smartphones and assured JPMiles from JetPrivilege. The offer is valid till May 30, 2015, the company in…

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    Google Adds 70 More Third-Party Partners To Google Now cards

    Google Now has added 70 more third-party partners to its Google Now cards. According to TechCrunch, Google Now started pulling details from third-party Android apps from 40 third-party partners earlier this year. With 70 more partners added, brings the total pool of Now partners up to 110. Google will now display info from 70 more…

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    TAIPA Calls Mobile Tower Rules Non-uniform, Seeks Telecom Minister’s help

    Referring to mobile tower rules as “non-uniform”, Tower and Infrastructure Providers Association (TAIPA) has written to communications minister Ravi Shankar Prasad asking him to make the rules laid down by the ministry binding on state governments. The body pointed out that various state governments are not aligned with the mobile tower installation rules. Click here…

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    RCom May Launch 4G Services In Gujarat With $40 Million Investment

    Reliance Communications (RCOM) plans to offer 4G services, starting in Gujarat, where its CDMA network operates on airwaves similar to those it has acquired to deploy the high-speed mobile telecom technology, said two people familiar with the matter. India’s fourth-largest carrier will need to spend about $40 million ( Rs 255 crore) to pay for…

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    Microsoft To Complete Nokia Integration By Rebranding Stores

    In Microsoft’s global scheme of things, India is among the most important markets and Nokia retail stores are being rebranded Microsoft Priority Resellers in the country before other markets. “From a retail branding perspective, India is one of the leading markets, so there is a full plan to bring Nokia over toMicrosoft,” Ajey Mehta, managing…

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    Australia Internet Provider iiNet Could Face $1 bln Bidding War

    Australian telecommunications firm M2 Group Ltd said it proposed to buy Internet service provider iiNet Ltd for A$1.6 billion ($1.3 billion), trumping an approach by rival TPG Telecom Ltd and raising the prospect of a bidding war. Buying Perth-based iiNet, which has about 1 million subscribers, will help either company become Australia’s second largest internet…

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  • Dtac Profit Falls 30.6% In Q1

    Thailand’s Dtac has revealed that its net profit for the first quarter declined 30.6% year-on-year to 2.3 billion baht ($70.4 million) despite strong subscriber growth. The operator reported revenue for the quarter of 22.88 billion baht, up 1.9% year-on-year but down 9.5% sequentially. Dtac added 155,000 post-paid subscribers and 263,000 pre-paid customers during the quarter,…

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