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Kaya gets a digital makeover with Webchutney

By Deepika Bhardwaj | Feb 06, 2012

Webchutney has led Kaya Skin Clinic’s digital initiatives to infuse greater interactivity and deeper engagement in their existing brand identity

Iomega unveils its new network storage device for content sharing

By exchange4media News Service | Jan 16, 2012

 Iomega Corporation, an EMC company announced its new network storage device for content sharing, data protection and video surveillance

DreamScreen aims to bring budget computing to India, can it succeed where others have failed?

By Gopal Sathe | Dec 13, 2010

HP has launched the DreamScreen in India, a budget touchscreen computer to enable everyone to access the Internet. Built around a variety of apps by various service providers, the company hopes the device will encourage adoption of PCs and increase the number of users actively on the Internet. Is Rs 20,000 a reasonable figure and can HP succeed where so many others have failed?

Brands can no longer ignore 360 degree communication in digital advertising

By Robin Thomas | Aug 28, 2009

With more and more brands embracing digital advertising, many have even learnt that the new media is getting fragmented and, therefore, the need for a 360 degree communication within the medium itself is important to reach out to their TG. exchange4media finds out more on this emerging trend from some industry experts.

e4m B2B Special: For your dose of technical info IT is it

By Manish Ranjan | Jan 30, 2009

Nearly a decade ago, an email traveled at snail’s pace, taking up to six hours for it to appear in your inbox. Today, infotech is one of India’s biggest growth sectors and increasingly earning new respect for the country abroad. This sector is attracting significant attention as well as offers a wide gamut of publications for different readers.

AOL India allows users to send SMSes to mobiles from desktops for free

By exchange4media Chennai Bureau | May 15, 2008

AOL users can now send free instant messages and SMSes to mobile phones in India from the AOL Mail or AOL Messenger service. This feature also enables the recipient mobile user to respond to those messages instantly. This service is supported on most Indian carriers like Airtel, Vodafone, Spice, Aircel and MTNL.

Tyroo Media launches premium technology inventory for its advertisers

By exchange4media News Service | Apr 11, 2008

Tyroo Media, an Indian Internet advertising network, has launched premium technology inventory for its advertisers. In a first-of-its-kind for any advertising network in India, Tyroo has managed to develop separate technology inventories targeting separate genres of end users and decision makers.

HCL launches cheapest laptop @ Rs 13,990

By Source: Business Standard | Jan 16, 2008

HCL Infosystems today launched MiLeap – a fully functional, portable range of laptops that sport a starting price tag of Rs 13,990.

'Nokia will promote industry-specific tools in India'

By Source: Business Standard | Sep 03, 2007

Mary McDowell, executive vice-president and general manager (enterprise solutions), Nokia, is not ready to rest on her laurels, yet. In the second quarter of 2007, Nokia’s enterprise solutions unit recorded an operating profit of euro 99 million, compared with an operating loss of euro 63 million in the second quarter of 2006. The company registered an operating margin of 18.0 per cent.

International: Apple Plan: Lead consumers into temptation -- and away from vista
Mounts counterattack to Microsoft's new OS Ad Blitz

By exchange4media News Service | Feb 13, 2007

Mac's on the attack. As Microsoft threw public parties in Times Square to celebrate its Vista operating system and lavished an estimated $500 million on the launch, barely a peep has been heard from Cupertino, Calif. -- until now.