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Showing posts with label connected device. Show all posts
Showing posts with label connected device. Show all posts

February 26, 2015

The Growth of Digital Devices in the Last 5 years : PC vs Smartphones vs Feature Phones vs Tablets

PC sales declines as tablet sales grow 500%

The  chart above  shows  how connected devices are going to dominate our lives in the coming year.. PC sales clearly has taken a severe beating  with the last 7 years saw a mere increase of 7 million increase in sales from 2008 to 2015 (projected)  from 150million to 157million.

The biggest  rise has been in the proliferation of feature phones which grew from 921 million in 2008 to  1570million in 2015 ( projected )

Smartphone sales have grown by aprox  100%  from  252 million in 2008  to estimated  776 million projected by 2015. Tablet  sales  has seen a phenomenal rise of over 6 times from  65million to 445 million by 2015 as projected by statista. In 2014  tablet sales exceeded 265million

November 14, 2014

Tracking Google’s Acquisitions So far :Most Expensive

Statistic: Price of selected acquisitions by Google from 2003 to 2014 (in million U.S. dollars) | Statista
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“The  chart shows the timeline on how” Google has  been buying  companies ( start ups as well as enterprise s)  Googles most expensive  buyout remain Motorola mobility deraciscdbedding was hardly able to cover it and seemed ready to slide off any moment. His many legs, pitifully thin compared with the size of the rest of him, waved about helplessly as he looked.”

May 8, 2013

48% Growth in Smartphone adoption in India,in 2013

From 27 million to 40 Smartphone users in India. Indian Mobile market for smartphone has increased by 48%  according to neilsen research. In 2012 India had 27million users , Now the user base has increased to 40million, an increase in 13 million users in less than a year. The Mobile subscriber base in India is around 900 million ( Nielsen research )

Source: StatCounter Global Stats – Mobile vs. Desktop Market Share

Nielsen Informate Mobile Insights, an alliance between Nielsen and Informate Mobile Intelligence, polled more than 10,000 consumers in September and October 2012 across 46 cities in India to assess overall usage and device preferences.
The Indian Smartphone User study found that 93 percent of smartphone users own only one handset, making it their single source of infotainment on the go. 
The study also found that smartphone users in India overwhelmingly prefer mobile devices that operate on the Android operating system.While Symbian usage is also high in India, Windows, BlackBerry and iOS devices each only have single-digit market shares.

May 5, 2013

Acer Launches its latest Folding Ultrabook Laptop Aspire R7 ,

Acer Announces Weird Folding Laptop With The Trackpad In The Wrong Place – 

Acer announced a new  laptop that looks more liker a startship and less like a computing device 
 the  Aspire R7 .The ultra book  R7 is a bizarre hybrid of laptop, desktop, and tablet that flips and folds its way out of and into each category. It’s essentially a portable, multi-touch all-in-one PC.

The R7, which starts at $1,000, comes with a 15.6-inch HD touchscreen display, which, along with its trademark “Ezel” hinge, pretty severely limits it in the portability category. The  Aspire R7   goes on sale  on May 17 ,2013

One of the innovations of this laptop is its Ezel hinge design. The Ezel hinge is a flexible strip anchoring the display, and allows the display to sit vertically on the base, lie flat over it, or be flipped 180 degrees to float over the keyboard in “Ezel” mode. 

 The laptop also features an auto-reverse audio interface that moves the sound in whatever way the screen is oriented. The screen itself is an IPS (In-Plane Switching) display with a 1,920-by-1,080 resolution and 10-finger touch functionality

May 3, 2013

15% of Online Sales to come from Mobile Devices by 2016

In 2013, 15% of all sales i
s expected to come from mobile devices, with tablets alone accounting for a dominant 9% of this pie. By 2016, tablets alone will account for a significant 17% of all sales

Forrester: Mobile Commerce to Quadruple to $31 Billion in Next 5 Years: “Sales of physical retail goods and services made on smartphones were $8 billion in the U.S. last year, accounting for 3% of online sales and less than 1% of total retail sales. (Those numbers have been driven up by Amazon and eBay, which have mobile sales in the billions, per Forrester’s estimates.) For most U.S. retailers, mobile represents only 1.5% of online sales. Over the next five years, total mobile sales are expected to grow 33% annually to $31 billion, making up 9% of online sales in 2017.”

The overall mobile commerce spending, including both tablets and smartphones, in 2012 was $24.66 billion, and this figure represented an 81% increase from the 2011 figures. That’s quite a staggering number.

February 25, 2013

Insights on Ecommerce Trends and Device: Smartphone vs Tablets vs PC

One out of every five visits to leading ecommerce websites now comes from either a tablet or smartphone. By the end of November, tablets and smartphones had already taken an unprecedented share of holiday website traffic, including on Cyber Monday when website visits from both devices more than doubled in one year, from 7.90% to 18.87%. In fact, conversion rates from tablets were slightly higher on the Tuesday (6.72%) following Cyber Monday (6.31%).
The AOV of consumers on smartphones increased 15.56% in December compared to a year earlier. When comparing the same key performance indicator to the previous three months, smartphones experienced an almost identical AOV gain of 15.68%, far outpacing increases from users on tablets (3.79%) and traditional desktop or laptop computers (4.24%). When looking at inbound traffic sources, the AOV from social networks increased 5.74%.
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