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Bangalore: Facebook Developer Garage – 28th Aug, 2009

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on August 27, 2009

Chakpak Media Pvt Ltd, a leading Bollywood community portal, announced today that it will host the Facebook Developer Garage Bangalore on August 28th, 2009 at the Taj West End. This premier Facebook developer event will feature speakers from Facebook, Chakpak and other Indian companies.


The event is sponsored by Intel and co-hosted with Accel Partners. It is scheduled to take place between 9.30 A.M and 6.30 P.M at the Taj Westend, Race Course Road, Bangalore. It is open to all social network developers, online marketing professionals and Facebook enthusiasts.

The developer’s garage will offer a great chance for attendees to gain insights into how the Facebook platform has evolved, discuss technical ideas and learn more about social media marketing. “We are delighted to host an event that provides a great opportunity for the growing Facebook developer community to share knowledge and learn first hand from their fellow developers,” said Gaurav Singh Kushwaha, Founder & CEO of Chakpak.

Speaker lineup includes:

  • Vishu Gupta, Engineering Team, Facebook
  • Alok Kejriwal, Co-Founder & CEO, Games2Win
  • Nitin Rajput, Co-Founder & COO, Chakpak
  • Mekin Maheshwari, Director Engineering, WeRead
  • Nikhil, Product Manager, MingleBox
  • Vinod Nambiar, Founder & CEO, Position2

To register or for more information, visit the event page

About Chakpak
Headquartered in Bangalore (India), Chakpak ( is among the fastest growing example of an online entertainment community from India, with commendable initial successes around movies. Chakpak offers encyclopedic information around movies including reviews, news updates, celebrity profiles and wallpapers, besides widgets and applications across other social networks such as Facebook.

(Source: 08/2009 –

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Bangalore: Nokia Music Store goes live in India on 21st Sept 09

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on August 27, 2009

Nokia Music Store goes live in India –

by siliconindia news bureau

Bangalore: Nokia has announced the launch of Music Store service in India at Nokia Music Connects (launch on 26th Aug), one of country’s largest music forums. The Music Store from Nokia will offer music lovers access toNokia-Music-Connects-The-Indian-Music-Forum-26th-August-2009-1 over three million international and Bollywood and regional soundtracks across all genres. Sharing details of the India Music Store, Elizabeth Schimel, Vice President, Music, Nokia said “We are delighted to launch our 21st Music Store in India. With over three million tracks, India Music Store will have the most diverse portfolios of content, covering 20 genres and almost 90 percent of the local music in India.”

To deliver the most updated content Nokia has tied up with leading international music labels such as Universal Music Group, Sony Music, EMI and Warner and major independent Indian record labels including Tseries, Yashraj Music, Saregama, BIG Music, Venus and many more. The company has partnered with India’s leading music body, Indian Music Industry (IMI) which is a consortium of over 150 music companies, to give consumers an opportunity to discover and enjoy their favorite music on the go across genres and languages. Nokia has also signed up with GIRI (Giri Digital Solutions, part of Giri Group) in South India and Phoneytunes in North India to access regional content.

Nokia-Music-Store-2009-2“Music is an all-consuming passion with most people, especially in a country like India where it is an intrinsic part of the culture. Nokia is committed to connect people to what matters to them and with our pioneering music services and devices, we are well-placed to bring a great experience and immense value to the consumers,” said Timo Ihamuotila, Executive Vice President, Sales, Nokia.

Nokia Music Store is available in 21 markets across the world and offers people the chance to enjoy music directly on their Nokia device or personal computer.

(Source: Thursday,27 August 2009, 02:13 hrs – | Tech Products)

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