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OnePlus 5 to Live on at a Lower Price? What OnePlus Co-Founders Have to Say

OnePlus co-founders Pete Lau (L) and Carl Pei (R). Photo taken with a OnePlus 5T using portrait mode. HIGHLIGHTS Gadgets 360 spoke with Pete
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KSDL to give soap brands a run for their money

The good old sense of smell is what’s driving the century-old Karnataka Soaps and Detergents Ltd. (KSDL) today. Known for its signature, premium Mysore
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Brands welcome new broadband ad rules aimed at preventing ‘misleading’ speed claims

The ad regulator is looking to cut down on ‘misleading’ advertising by internet service providers (ISPs) by making major changes to the way broadband
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5 Reasons Brands Have Never Been More Challenged

It’s tempting when consulting Millward Brown’s latest BrandZ report to believe that U.S. brands have never been stronger. With some of the impressive valuation figures contained in
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Spreadtrum Expects 20 Percent Growth in India Business This Year

Mobile chipset firm Spreadtrum Communicationsexpects 20 percent growth in India business by end of this year on account of increase in demand for smartphones. “We
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Gets a Rs. 1,000 Permanent Price Cut in India, Now Starts at Rs. 9,999

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4, which the Chinese company sells like hotcakes, has received a permanent price drop of Rs. 1,000 in India. The Xiaomi Redmi
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Qualcomm Invests in Chinese AI Facial Recognition Startup SenseTime

Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) startup SenseTime Group said on Wednesday it has sealed an investment from chipmaker Qualcomm Inc as part of a funding round that will close
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OnePlus 5T review: Takes the best of OnePlus 5 and makes it even better

he OnePlus 5T, it’s safe to say, is the best phone in the market for most of the people. Even more so if you’re
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Outback Steakhouse Owner Bloomin’ Brands Jumps On Jana Stake

Shares of Bloomin’ Brands (BLMN), the owner of Outback Steakhouse, jumped on Monday after Jana Partners disclosed an 8.7% stake in the company, the latest move
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Two of the Biggest Threats to the Stability of the World Economy Are Hiding in Plain Sight

In the early 1990s, transnational corporations (TNCs) in the agriculture, services, pharmaceuticals, and manufacturing sectors each got agreements as part of the WTO to