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India cellphone sales cross 50 million mark during Jan-Mar 2012 ...

... in a particular category, Samsung and others have been able to maintain a strong presence across the spectrum,” said Anirban Banerjee, associate vice president, research and advisory services, Cybermedia Research.
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The 'power hungry' billion - CyberMedia Research | CMR

The 'power hungry' billion - CyberMedia Research | CMR | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
August 6, 2012: Last week's grid failures have put a big question mark on the country's aggressive plans for the power industry and power sector infrastructure. I'll try to analyze the issue and measures to prevent such ...
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Will the 'iPhone 5′ live up to market ... - CyberMedia Research | CMR

Will the 'iPhone 5′ live up to market ... - CyberMedia Research | CMR | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
The world is eyeing the next generation of Apple's iPhone expectantly, but the question that arises is will the 'iPhone 5′ be launched with the most powerful features till date? The Apple iPhone, often labelled as the ...
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An upgrade to Windows 8 is not compelling, say analysts - Rediff

RediffAn upgrade to Windows 8 is not compelling, say analystsRediffPersonal computer (both notebook and desktop) sales are expected to grow eight per cent in 2012, according to CyberMedia Research data.
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India market: Smartphones account for 25% of sales value in 1Q12 ...

India market: Smartphones account for 25% of sales value in 1Q12 ... | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
... grew 9.1% on year to top over 50 million units in the first quarter of 2012, with smartphones accounting for 5.3% of total sales in terms of shipment volume and 25% in terms of sales value, according to CyberMedia Research.
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Research in Motion cuts BlackBerry prices in India - Montreal Gazette | CyberMedia Research

Research in Motion cuts BlackBerry prices in India - Montreal Gazette | CyberMedia Research | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
Sydney Morning HeraldResearch in Motion cuts BlackBerry prices in IndiaMontreal GazetteIndia's CyberMedia Research estimates RIM ranked third last year with a 15-per-cent share of the country's smartphone market, trailing Nokia's 38-per-cent...
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CyberMedia Research CIO Summit Bangalore 2011

Reach out to stakeholders through CMR custom GTM events.
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Tablet sales touch 4.75 lakh in 2011: CyberMedia Research - Hindu Business Line

Tablet sales touch 4.75 lakh in 2011: CyberMedia Research - Hindu Business Line | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
Hindu Business LineTablet sales touch 4.75 lakh in 2011: CyberMedia ResearchHindu Business LineAccording to CyberMedia Research, about 4.75 lakh units of tablets were sold in India last year.
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VLSI industry is pegged at $1.25 bn: CMR - CIOL News Reports

VLSI industry is pegged at $1.25 bn: CMR - CIOL News Reports | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
"Chip designing in general and VLSI in particular is not a new phenomenon for the India semiconductor industry," said Anirban Banerjee, associate vice president, research and advisory services, CyberMedia Research.
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Executives stay connected - mydigitalfc.com

Executives stay connected - mydigitalfc.com | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
Toronto StarExecutives stay connectedmydigitalfc.comOur survey respondents feel that social networking tools help them communicate faster, with a larger audience in a relatively shorter time span,” said Anirban Banerjee, associate vice president, ...
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More than 90% business executives in India use Social Media ...

More than 90% business executives in India use Social Media ... | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
This was reported in a new study titled Social Media Usage Habits of Business Executives in India, March 2012, published today by CyberMedia Research (CMR), a Technology, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare, Utilities and User ...
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Social Media Usage Habits of Business Executives | APN News

Our survey respondents feel that social networking tools help them communicate faster, with a larger audience in a relatively shorter time span”, stated Anirban Banerjee, Associate Vice President, Research and Advisory ...
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Indian IT sector to reach $51 bn by 2014: study

Indian IT sector to reach $51 bn by 2014: study | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
... will witness good traction on account of the healthy growth in IT services as enterprises try to gain the best leverage out of their IT deployment," said Anirban Banerjee, associate vice president of CyberMedia Research.
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Samsung rides the 'smart' wave Powered by S3, the handset maker ...

Anirban Banerjee, Associate Vice President, Research and Advisory Services, CyberMedia Research, says as the India mobile handsets market grows in maturity, the needs of users are clearly seen to be converging around ...
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The Emerging India ESDM Story, Part 1 - CyberMedia Research ...

The Emerging India ESDM Story, Part 1 - CyberMedia Research ... | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
Terminus Circuits, a 3-year young startup based out of Bangalore, India has designed a wireless power charger, the 'm Wireless Battery Charger' that allows battery charging of low voltage devices like mobile phones, ...
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Nokia digs for gold at bottom of the pyramid - Rediff

Nokia digs for gold at bottom of the pyramid - Rediff | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
RediffNokia digs for gold at bottom of the pyramidRediffThat's the reason perhaps for Nokia retaining its leadership in the overall mobile phone space in India with a 30 per cent market share in the October-December 2011 quarter, with Samsung following...
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Nokia Tops mobile Sales, Samsung leads Smartphone pack: CMR ...

Nokia Tops mobile Sales, Samsung leads Smartphone pack: CMR ... | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
Anirban Banerjee, Associate Vice President,Research and Advisory Services, CyberMedia Research, adds, “As the India mobile handsets market grows in maturity,the needs of users are clearly seen to be converging around ...
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Samsung rides the 'smart' wave - Business Standard

Samsung rides the 'smart' waveBusiness StandardAnirban Banerjee, Associate Vice President, Research and Advisory Services, CyberMedia Research, says as the India mobile handsets market grows in maturity, the needs of users are clearly seen to be converging...
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Business Line : Today's Paper / INFO-TECH : Tablet sales touch 4.75 lakh in 2011: CyberMedia Research

Tablet sales touch 4.75 lakh in 2011: CyberMedia Research http://t.co/0oT7Xcvx...
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Micromax unveils Funbook, intensifies tablet price war - telecomlead.com

Micromax unveils Funbook, intensifies tablet price war - telecomlead.com | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
telecomlead.comMicromax unveils Funbook, intensifies tablet price wartelecomlead.comRecently, CyberMedia Research said about 475000 units of media tablets were sold in India in CY 2011.
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VLSI industry is pegged at $1.25 bn: CMR - CIOL | CyberMedia Research

VLSI industry is pegged at $1.25 bn: CMR - CIOL | CyberMedia Research | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
CIOLVLSI industry is pegged at $1.25 bn: CMRCIOLBANGALORE, INDIA: India VLSI design services industry is pegged at US$ 1.25 billion or 14 per cent of the overall India Semiconductor industry in 2011, with captive design centres accounting for...
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VLSI industry is pegged at $1.25 bn: CMR - CIOL News Reports

VLSI industry is pegged at $1.25 bn: CMR - CIOL News Reports | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
"Chip designing in general and VLSI in particular is not a new phenomenon for the India semiconductor industry," said Anirban Banerjee, associate vice president, research and advisory services, CyberMedia Research.
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ACM Magazine's: Over 90 pc business executives use Social Media

... while 15 per cent use it for fi nding new career or employment opportunities, says the study titled 'Social Media Usage Habits of Business Executives in India, March 2012', published by CyberMedia Research (CMR).
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More than 90% business executives in India use Social Media ...

More than 90% business executives in India use Social Media ... | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
This was reported in a new study titled Social Media Usage Habits of Business Executives in India, March 2012, published today by CyberMedia Research (CMR), a Technology, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare, Utilities and ...
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90% executives use social media: Study - indiablooms

90% executives use social media: Study - indiablooms | Market Explorer | Scoop.it
Toronto Star90% executives use social media: StudyindiabloomsHowever, our study reveals that at the workplace, social media is being increasingly used by professionals for multitasking and for better time management," stated Anirban Banerjee, Associate...
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