Of escapism and other escapades: Playing Houdini-style hooky with the help of harmonics
'Playing Ghosn’ continues to be a popular pastime in ...
Azad, Soni to attend first J-K Congress executive meet since Article 370 nullification
During their two-day visit, Azad and Soni will attend ...
Thomson gets Android license, to make TVs in India
Avneet Singh Marwah, CEO of Super Plastronics which has the brand licensee of Thomson said that the company started importing Andriod TVs in India from China last year and looking at the great response it received, Google has decided to give it the license to manufacture Andriod TVs end to end in India.
Sony WI-1000XM2 review: Lightweight headphones that do a fine job of blocking out noise
The headphones’ battery life also stands out, giving 10 hours of listening time.
1/3rd of all passenger vehicles sold are UVs
India’s newfound love for utility vehicles has taken the share of that segment from a mere 13% of total passenger vehicle sales 9 years ago to more than one-third so far this fiscal. In 2010-11, the auto industry rolled out 78 new cars on roads and 36 new UVs. So far in this financial year, 53 new cars have been launched, & an equal number of UVs have been launched.
Welcome to the future: Sony to test self-driving cars with 33 embedded sensors this year
The concept car also incorporates Sony's in-car entertainment systems with spatial audio technology.
Varde Partners acquires Wadala office building from Lodha
Built in 2018, the said office building has over 827,000 sq ft of office space spread over 29 floors and forms part of a 22-acre mixed-use development. The project’s anchor tenants include Tata International, GMM Pfaudler and Axis Bank. The five floors in this building purchased by Tata Group in 2019 will continue to be owned by Tata, the investment firm said in a release.
Japanese shares settle higher on US-China trade deal optimism, weaker yen
The Nikkei share average advanced 0.7 per cent to 24,025.17
Broadcasters move HC against new tariffs for cable and digital players
Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF), Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN), Walt Disney, which owns Star India, Zee Entertainment Enterprises, Reliance Industries-owned TV18 and the Producers Guild of India moved the Bombay High Court, challenging the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s amendments to the New Tariff Order (NTO).
Sony Pictures Networks India appoints Raj Mohan Srinivasan as chief information officer
Srinivasan, who was in an entrepreneurial role prior to SPN, comes with over three decades of global experience across organisations such as IBM and Oracle. His expertise lies in business and IT strategy, leading business transformation, strategic execution with a deep market focus and financial acumen.
Bharti Airtel has shown commitment to retain investment grade rating: Nitin Soni, Fitch Ratings
Fitch has given BBB minus at rating watch negative for the $1-billion overseas convertible bond issue.
Expect auto sales to pick up in third quarter of 2020: Toyota Kirloskar
The automobile industry recorded its worst-ever sales decline in two decades in 2019, with an unprecedented slowdown hampering vehicle offtake across segments. The overall wholesale of vehicles declined 13.77 per cent to 2,30,73,438 units as against 2,67,58,787 units in 2018.
Broadcasters unite against TRAI's revised tariff order
Trai's move goes against the government's stated position of ensuring the ease of doing business, they said.
No interference, only fine-tuned rules: RS Sharma
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) chairman RS Sharma rejected accusations of micromanagement and interference in the pricing of television channels.
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