July 12, 2013
In the news release, "Turkcell Collaboration Creates World's First Youth-Oriented Internet Browser" issued on
10 Jul 2013
, by Turkcell over PR Newswire, we are advised by a representative of the company that in the first paragraph, Yandex was incorrectly referred to as a web browser, when it is in fact a search engine, and that the collaboration between Yandex and Turkcell is to create a new web browser (and not search engine as originally phrased). Additonally, Burak Sevilengul's quote has been slightly abridged. Complete, corrected release follows:
Turkcell (NYSE: TKC
the leading technology and communication company in
has collaborated with Yandex, the international search engine, to create an internet browser geared towards the youth. The biggest youth club under "gnctrkcll" now offers a dynamic platform that will give access to everything the customers' needs on the internet, much faster and easier with the new
The collaboration, which provides gnctrkcll customers with an internet browser of their own, provides a unique internet setting for the youth group, which spends the most time online. Customers who download YandexBrowser 1.7 are not only provided with a fast and smooth internet experience, thanks to the smart search line and Turbo mode features, but are also greeted with a search engine that can be customized with special background designs. The new browser also provides the ability to access personal settings that on other computers with the installed YandexBrowser from anywhere, at any time. The ability to customize backgrounds with selected pictures and a favorites sites bar, as well as other features, make it obvious that this will be precisely the new practical, secure and fast internet browser that the youth has been waiting for.