Vivo Introduces V5s with 20MP Front Camerain Elegant Matte Black Finish

Vivo Introduces V5s with 20MP Front Camerain Elegant Matte Black Finish

Vivo Introduces V5s with 20MP Front Camerain Elegant Matte Black Finish

New Delhi, April 27 Taking its selfie revolution a notch higher, the premium global smartphone brand Vivo, today launched the Vivo V5s in stunning matte black and crown gold colours for its ever-growing customer base. Bollywood actress Nimrat Kaur unveiled the device at a high voltage event in Gurgaon. Vivo V5s takes smartphone users on

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s pay slumps along with iPhone sales

Tourists from Bolivia spent the most in India in the First Half of 2016: Hotel Price Index by

Mumbai, January 7 Hotels.comTM, the global hotel bookings expert, revealed the list of top spenders inIndia in its latestHotel Price Index™ (HPI™). The HPI is respected as the definitive report on hotel prices paid across the world. According toa recentreport,travellers from Bolivia spent the most while staying in India in the first six months of

REVA University announces sponsored seats for kin of Indian Army

Bangalore, January 7 On the occasion of their Founder’s Day, Bangalore based REVA University announced a first of its kindsnew initiative, allocating sponsored seats to the kin of Indian Armed Forces personnel.Karnataka and Kerala Sub Area and the REVA University have approved the modalities for admissions based on the above. The initiative aims to acknowledge

TRAI to meet telecom CEOs on Friday; broadcasting heads on Jan 10

New Delhi, January 5 In a first-of-its-kind exercise, regulator TRAI is scheduled to meet CEOs of all telecom companies, including Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Reliance Jio, on Friday to discuss and identify important issues that need to taken up during the year. A similar meeting is slated with top executives of cable and broadcasting companies,

Services sector contracts for 2nd month on cash crunch: PMI

New Delhi, January 5 Reeling under cash crunch, services sector contracted for the second consecutive month in December as the demonetisation move took a heavy toll on business activities and led to the sharpest fall of over three years in new orders, a monthly survey showed on Wednesday. The Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) survey further