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Engage readers beyond traditional media

By Shanta Saikia | Feb 27, 2012

The greatest challenge for business journalists, as per Rohit Bansal, is engaging with a huge proliferation of social media and staying relevant

Home shopping networks under ASCI scanner

By exchange4media News Service | Jan 10, 2012

ASCI’s Consumer Complaints Council upheld complaints against 10 ads during Sept & Oct 2011, most of them being products of home shopping networks

Remembering Steve Jobs...

By exchange4media News Service | Oct 10, 2011

Vivek Bhargava, Managing Director, Communicate 2; Minhaz Lokhandwala, Marketing Director, Novosol and Kartik Iyer, CEO, Happy Creative Services pay their touching tributes to Steve Jobs...

Reporter's Diary: That one phone call which can make or 'break'

By Sai Prasanna | Oct 08, 2011

As correspondent Sai Prasanna learns to steer her way through stories, meetings, deadlines and balancing professional and personal life, she makes out time to pay tribute to Steve Jobs in her own special way…

Leading media publications go the Twitter way; for India Today it’s News Buzzer

By Rohan Dua | Aug 03, 2009

If web traffic is an indication of Twitter’s rage, it surely is making news in India as well. The growth is accelerated by the fact that mainstream media is readily embracing the mirco-blogging site to engage readers on their portals. One media major that has gone the Twitter way with much enthusiasm is India Today, only it prefers to call it News Buzzer on its website.

Post exit, WebPercept rechristened id8 Labs

By Jagadeesh Krishnamurthy | Apr 10, 2007

Post the exit from Percept banner, WebPercept has been rechristened as id8 Labs. Amit Tripathi, Founder, NetWeb Solutions, has bought out the 51 per cent stake of Percept Holdings in WebPercept in a bid to consolidate all the companies under the NetWeb banner.

Apple unveils new range of products; launches 1GB iPod Nano at Rs 9,700

By exchange4media News Service | Mar 29, 2006

Apple introduced a range of products in the Capital on Tuesday. To start off, the company unveiled a new 1 GB iPod Nano. Priced at Rs 9,700, the new iPod is equipped with the same features as its 2GB and 4GB versions and can hold up to 240 songs and 15,000 photos.

Gizmo lovers rejoice - Apple unveils the new iPod nano, iMac G5

By Shanta Saikia | Oct 28, 2005

It’s perhaps the most happening product after the Walkman, with the new generation plugged in to iPods, music has never sounded so sweet. Apple on October 27 unveiled two cutting edge products – the fifth generation (and still counting) iPod nano and the iMac G5, which will delight all photographers, budding and professional, as well as movie lovers.

Apple unveils world’s slimmest desktop computer iMac 5

By exchange4media News Service | Oct 08, 2004

Apple has unveiled the new iMac 5, the world’s thinnest desktop computer with high-performance G5 processor and a stunning new design that integrates the entire computer into a flat panel display. The new line offers 17 or 20-inch active matrix wide-screen LCD and G5 processor running up to 1.8 GHz. The slimmest desktop comes with a price tag starting at Rs 87,800.