How Buyers Research Complex Product Purchases
We know that the internet is a source of consumer product information and guidance, but how are marketers helping B2B decision-makers . According to the latest assessment by eMarketer, buyers investing in high-cost complex product or...
Security: The Key Driver for Enterprise Mobility
IT consumerization is a big trend right now and has pushed enterprise mobility onto the center stage, stealing the spotlight from cloud computing. Everybody loves mobility, every user wants it and every vendor’s technology is compatible.
Selling your Privacy Evolves with Amazon Silk Browser
Amazon's new Silk browser bundled with its new Kindle Fire will leverage it's own servers for browser proxying meaning that all the websites you surf will go through the company's cloud-based servers. Although browser proxying is not new, it has been used in the Skyfire and other browsers. Its general benefit is allowing web sessions to speed up...
Kindle Fire turns up heat on competition
Amazon has finally unveiled its new colour tablet, the Kindle Fire, as it prepares to lock horns with a number of industry leaders on various fronts in what is a ferociously competitive market.
The new device, already being touted as stiff competition to the market dominance of Apple’s iPad, will be available to purchase for roughly $300 less than the cheapest Apple equivalent.
Kindle is already a well established brand, with the new Fire model standing on the shoulders of several generations of popular...
Wrangles and challenges ahead of UK LTE auction
The UK mobile operator three has warned that it may run out of data capacity in built up areas if LTE spectrum auctions do not take place next year as expected.
The bidding process designed to fairly distribute 4G frequency space for rapidly rising data consumption among consumers is earmarked for 2010. However, Three’s CEO David Dyson warned that the timetable was already slipping.
"There is a huge financial...
2012 voice revenue set to be overtaken by broadband
Fixed broadband revenues are looking set to beat voice next year, according to the latest research from Ovum.The study entitled: Global Fixed Voice and Broadband Market Outlook: 2011–16, has shown how consumer landlines are in decline, dropping by around 18 percent over the coming five years however, broadband is going to continue its upward trend.The latest figures are reflected in the number of fixed phone and broadband lines and the analyst firm predicts that this is the last year that consumer fixed voice will have the edge over...
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Spotify, Guardian and Indy partner with Facebook to offer new social apps
Consumers will soon be able to access music, movies and news on their mobiles via Facebook after Spotify, The Guardian, The Independent and Vevo joined up to be part of a new range of social apps.These companies, along with Cinemur, Myvideo, Deezer and Dailymotion are among the 33 European launch partners joining up to roll out a new range of social apps which is helping the social media site cement its position as a multi-entertainment platform.Founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg announced the company's latest move at the...
Tablet Sales Will Continue to Grow; Apple to Dominate
Worldwide tablet sales are expected to total 63.6 million units, resulting in a 261.4 percent increase from 2010 sales of 17.6 million units, according to a new report by Gartner.
Tablet Sales will Continue to Rise through 2015 The report also states that media tablet sales will continue to increase through 2015 when sales are predicted to hit 326.3 million units.
Apple is projected to account for 73.4 percent of worldwide tablet sales in 2011, whilst Gartner predicts that no other platforms will have more ...