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Micromax to launch Rs 1,999 4G feature phone

Mcromax will launch two new and very affordable 4G phones soon in India. The phones will be called Bharat 1 and Bharat 2. Of these, the Bharat 1 will be a feature phone but with support for 4G built into it while the Bharat 2 will be a smartphone running Android....

World’s largest solar farm is now in Tamil Nadu

India has overtaken California and now has the largest solar farm in one location in the world. It was built in a record eight months, despite monsoons and floods. The vast 2,500 acre site in Tamil Nadu is the size of nearly 60 Taj Mahals, while the area of the solar panels alone could hold 476 football pitches. And, during the construction, just the storage area was the equivalent of 6 Sydney Opera Houses....

Panasonic plans local manufacturing of air purifiers

Home appliances and consumer electronics company Panasonic India plans to manufacture air purifiers in India by next year. Panasonic India and South Asia President and Chief Executive Officer Manish Sharma notified that they are still importing air purifiers, but at the same time seriously considering (manufacturing) since the market is growing quite rapidly. He further mentioned that Panasonic is considering to look at manufacturing them also in India, possibly from next year. The company imports its range of air purifiers from its Hong Kong based Units The Japanese firm has 15 manufactu...

Made In India devices to hit Indian market as early as October, 2016

Reaffirming its commitment to India, Huawei today announced it will start to manufacture smartphones in India in collaboration with leading Sketch-to-Scale™ solutions provider, Flex, in October. Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad, Hon’ble Union Minister, Information & Technology, Law and Justice made the announcement at Huawei’s ‘Make in India’ inauguration ceremony in the Indian capital, New Delhi. Starting from first week of October 2016, the Flex manufacturing plant in Chennai will manufacture one of the Honor smartphones models. The plant will have the capacity to make three million units...

100 lm/W from a ‘100W’ LED replacement light bulb

The 100W replacement, for example, achieves a highly creditable 100 lm/W – delivering 1,650 lm from 16.5W. What makes this remarkable this is the 2,700K (warm) white version, with a CRI of 85, and the bulb is dimmable – dimmability can cost up to 2W of consumption. The naturally more efficient 5,000K (cool white) version creates 1,700 lm from 15W – 113 lm/W. This is one of a portfolio of 25 new incandescent replacements aimed at delivering “on the true promise of LED technology to make lighting better than it was before”, said Cree “Most are projected to last 22-plus years, and ...

Make in India Propelling country to newer heights

Make in India Propelling country to newer heights (the Make in India initiative has become a movement as most of states have come forward and offered attractive support to the manufacturing industries Indo-UK free trade pact: Commerce Minister Intel has announced its 7th generation Core processors, devices to get thinner Designing Top Tech in India Reliance Ushers in Telecom Revolution with Jio LeEco follows Xiaomi, to assemble smart phones Apple is expected to introduce next generation versions of the iPhone and Apple Watch...

Hong Kong plans to import electronic components from India

NG KONG: Hong Kong, the world's eighth-largest trading economy, sees "a good possibility" of importing consumer electronic components from India and will "encourage" local companies to set up assembly plants there with the aim of bolstering economic and business ties. Terming the potential entry as "a win-win situation", It has stressed on stepping up the programme of exchange and understanding between the two countries and signing of the Double Taxation Agreement and Investment Protection Treaty for promotion of trade and investments. However, on the bilateral trade front, Hong Kong expects...

Korea develops roll-based packaging for flexible silicon ICs

Korean process engineers have developed a chip packaging technology that creates flexible integrated circuits. The process starts with a flash memory wafer diced after thinning to ~100nm. These die are attached to a plastic carrier film, which allows them to be transferred to a roller and pressed onto a flexible PCB supported by a flat plate. The team suggests tolerance control is such that multiple die can simultaneously be applied to multiple PCBs by a single roller....

ON Semiconductor wins conditional US antitrust approval to buy Fairchild

ON Semi and its rivals' power-management circuits are used in everything from aircraft to home appliances and automobiles to computers. The deal was valued at about $2.4 billion....

Stereo Card Viewer

View stereo cards the way they were meant to be seen with this economical Stereo Card Viewer. The viewer is ideal for standard stereo cards and also works well with stereo images printed in magazine articles and books. Manufactured from sturdy cardboard, the viewer ships flat and folds together easily. Price per viewer....

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