Tag Archive | consumer electronics

Interactive Security Apps Drive Smart Home Growth

Interactive Security Apps Drive Smart Home Growth

The evolution of the smart and connected home has created new revenue growth opportunities for consumer electronics vendors and telecom service providers. According to the latest worldwide market study by Berg Insight, the number of smart homes in North America and Europe reached 45 million in 2017.

via Digital Lifescapes

Six Consumer Technologies Driving Record Revenue

6 Consumer Technologies Driving Record Revenue

The Consumer Technology Association records factory sales to dealers of over 300 consumer tech products, software and services in the United States. It predicts that revenue from U.S. tech industry retail sales will reach a record $377 billion in 2018 — that’s a 6% increase over 2017.

via World Economic Forum

High-Price PCs Support Vendor’s Declining Shipments

High-Price PCs Support Vendor's Declining Shipments

Despite the decline in overall shipment volume, the PC market is expected to grow 3.6 percent to $237.3 billion in 2018, fueled by 2-in-1s (detachable tablets and convertible notebook PCs), ultraslim notebooks, and even desktops — particularly expensive ones used for gaming.

via IDC

Personal Computing Outlook Reflects Ongoing Change

Personal Computing Outlook Reflects Ongoing Change

The global adoption of public cloud computing services, the increased performance of smartphones and the demand for Chromebooks continue to negatively impact the rest of the consumer electronics market and to a somewhat lesser degree the enterprise IT marketplace.

via Digital Lifescapes

Why Legacy PC Vendors Promote Device-as-a-Service

Why Legacy PC Vendors Promote Device-as-a-Service

Worldwide tablet and PC shipments will fall by 2.1 percent to 398 million units in 2018, according to the latest market study by Canalys. But this represents the smallest decline of the past four years and sets the tone for an era of stability. So, when does the market trend return to growth? That remains a mystery.

via Digital Lifescapes

Worldwide Smartphone Market Still Growing Slowly

Worldwide Smartphone Market Still Growing Slowly

Smartphone shipments are forecast to drop by 0.2 percent in 2018 to 1.462 billion units, which is down from 1.465 billion in 2017 and 1.469 billion in 2016. However, IDC expects the market to grow by 3 percent annually from 2019 onwards. Worldwide shipments should reach 1.654 billion in 2022 — that’s a five year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.5 percent.

via Digital Lifescapes

U.S. Digital User Focused on Activities, Not Devices

U.S. Digital User Focused on Activities, Not Devices

With smartphone adoption slowing, growth is expected to be less than 2% this year and remain low throughout the forecast period. The biggest shifts occurring among the U.S. digital audience are no longer device-related, but rather, based on activities.

via eMarketer