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Yahoo India hosted a ProductCamp, popularly known as P-Camp, for the product management community on October 23. Part of the company's commitment to breed the spirit of product innovation and technology in the country, the event was organised with the support of the India Product Management Association.

P-Camp is run on a participant-driven event format, where the agenda is decided by the choice of participants, who vote for the topics to be presented or discussed.

It was the first-ever such camp in Bangalore and only the second in India.

P-Camp is a popular event in the US. “India has built a reputation with IT services. To move up the value chain, it is essential for the industry to now focus on product innovation. Yahoo! India R&D is committed to fostering a deep talent pool for product innovation in India,” said Shouvick Mukherjee, Vice- President and CEO.

Infosys overseas meet

Infosys Technologies announced that it will host its Annual Analyst Meet on November 2 in New York. Infosys Chief Executive Officer S. Gopalakrishnan will speak on ‘Building tomorrow's enterprise', company Chief Operations Officer S. D. Shibulal will speak on ‘Operational Highlights' and Chief Financial Officer V. Balakrishnan will make a presentation on the company's ‘Financial Highlights'. Subsequently, presentations will be made on various business units and important themes.

The meet will conclude with an executive open house session.

The proceedings will be webcast live on www.infosys.com. The presentations made by various participants and transcripts of the day's discussions will also be made available.

New series

AMD has introduced the next generation of PC gaming, the AMD Radeon HD 6800 series. It provides more than 30 per cent greater game performance than competing products, harnessing AMD's second-generation Microsoft DirectX 11-capable architecture, energy efficiency and an unmatched feature set, a press release from the firm stated.

3D mobile phone

Spice Mobility, a mobile handset manufacturing firm, has launched the first 3D display mobile phone ‘View D'.

It allows mobile phone users to experience images, videos and even the interface in 3D.

The auto-stereoscopic display will provide the user a 3D experience without the 3D glasses, a press release from the firm claims.

The screen is designed in such a way that the user can toggle between a normal 2D and 3D user interface. The ‘remote wipe' deletes phone data by sending a unique SMS to the phone.

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