Sony Xperia Z Ultra Phablet Now Offical in India for Rs. 46,990/-

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By Vijay @ 01:17pm

Although I previously mentioned that Ultra Phablet launched in India. Now Sony had officially annouced the availability.

The 6.4-inch phablet will be available on e-commerce sites and retail stores across the country from August 2 onwards.

The Xperia Z Ultra is Sony’s first phablet with 6.4-inch full HD 1080p TRILUMINUS display, something which the company uses in its high-end HDTVs. With 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor paired with 2GB RAM and included 3,000mAh battery with STAMINA mode, Sony claims this phablet can survive up to 16 hours of talk time and up to 820 hours on standby mode.

On the photography front, the phablet features an 8-megapixel camera with 16x digital zoom and an Exmor RS sensor. This is complemented with a 2-megapixel camera at the front. To store your photos, videos and other multimedia files, Sony offers 16GB of internal memory that is expandable…

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How Social Media Moves Consumers From ‘Sharing’ To ‘Purchase’

::: Shailendra Nair :::

Vision Critical’s recently published study, From Social to Sale provides some answers to exactly how a company’s social media strategy could be tailored to drive sales. Using interviews from almost 6,000 participants, the company evaluated social media purchasing against participation in Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

The top line findings:

About 40% of social media users have purchased an item after sharing or “favoriting” it on these sites. (The company uses “Shared or Favorited” to mean pinned/repinned/liked on Pinterest; shared/liked/commented on Facebook; tweeted/retweeted or favorite on Twitter.)
Facebook is the network most likely to drive customers to purchase.

Social media drives not just online purchasing, but in-store purchasing as well – and at about equal rates.


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“One of the more surprising findings in this whole research for me,” the study’s co-author Alexandra Samuel, Vice-President of Social Media at Vision Critical, said in an interview, “was to see…

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LinkedIn continues to act like a media business — it’s now offering sponsored content

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LinkedIn(s Lnkd) is introducing sponsored content in its feeds on desktop and mobile, officially launching the program that’s been in the works for several months now. The opportunity to buy sponsored content on LinkedIn will be available by the end of the month to any company with an official LinkedIn page.

Even as LinkedIn moves toward becoming a new kind of publisher for business and professional news, advertising is hardly the core of its business. But the announcement speaks to both LinkedIn’s ambition to become a destination for business news as a way to drive engagement on the site, as well as how how social media companies see the future of advertising and making money.

For LinkedIn, the majority of its revenue comes from the corporate recruiting arm of the company. This business hinges on consumers updating their profiles with their resumes, so that companies can use LinkedIn’s paid…

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iPhone is ideal for small businesses and Entrepreneurs

1-2iphone photo printer_BonjourLife_com1With the variety of apps on an iPhone one can do some much with technology. The iPhone serves a purpose to make life easier and improve small businesses and entrepreneurs. The iPhone provides apps that can do so much such as QR scanner, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, check emails, mobile banking, scan documents, Microsoft office, Skype and more. If you need a printer, there is a portable mini printer, which is sufficient for small businesses to use and cost-effective. Technology does play an important role in our life and helps by giving some insight on how to manage a business more effectively with one click of a button.