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Apple India's three senior executives quit

Adding to the turbulent journey of telecom giant Apple in India, three senior executives have decided to quit the company.

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Vivo launches V9 with Aamir Khan

MUMBAI: Handset maker Vivo, has launched Vivo V9, its first flagship smartphone in India with the brand’s new India ambassador Aamir Khan. The phone is designed for the millennials who seek the best smartphone experience.

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The impact of the iPhone battery fiasco on brand Apple

MUMBAI: Ever since Steve Jobs launched his company decades ago, the now ubiquitous Apple stands at the epitome of technology, especially when it comes to laptops and smartphones. For over a decade, users of the iPhone have not only cherished the Apple product as their most prized possession but...

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Q4-16: Apple Services clocks 24 per cent growth, Other Products revenue falls

BENGALURU: Apple Inc (Apple) Services product recorded a 24.4 percent year-over-year (y-o-y) growth in revenue for the quarter ended 30 September 2016 (Q4-16, current quarter) amidst a 9 percent y-o-y fall in total revenues. Apple Services includes revenue from Internet Services, AppleCare, Apple...

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Digital magazine app Flipboard valued at $800 mn

MUMBAI: Flipboard, a magazine app for mobile devices, has been valued at $800 million after a round of funding raised $50 million from investors including Goldman Sachs and Rizvi Traverse Management.

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