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Holiday Shopping: The Impact on Tech Trends

It has not been more than a year since Google Glass was first sold commercially to the public, and, despite an overall tepid reaction towards Google Glass, Luxottica is now forging ahead with yet another attempt at smart glasses. This time, the eyewear juggernaut has teamed up with semiconductor giant Intel to produce smart eyewear. […]
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Consumer Electronics Wish List for 2015

It has not been more than a year since Google Glass was first sold commercially to the public, and, despite an overall tepid reaction towards Google Glass, Luxottica is now forging ahead with yet another attempt at smart glasses. This time, the eyewear juggernaut has teamed up with semiconductor giant Intel to produce smart eyewear. […]
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HTC Corp and Sony Corp Earnings Paint a Bleak Picture for Smartphones

While Sony has a much more diversified product portfolio than HTC, both companies are highly dependent on demand for their smartphones for revenues and profit. Therefore, slowing growth and intensifying competition in smartphones have been particularly detrimental for both companies, and results announced on 31 October indicate that despite making headway in their turnaround efforts, […]
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Local Players Gain Market Share of Tablets in Brazil

In 2014, Samsung lost its leading postition in tablets in Brazil to local company DL. Brazil’s closed economy, particulaly the high taxes on imported products, creates an environment particularly hospitable to local business growth. As a result, international brands are adapting new strategies to target the Brazilian market. Watch the video for complete insight. In […]
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HP Split: Double the Trouble

Hewlett-Packard Development Co LP (HP) announced on Monday (6 October) that it plans to separate into two new public companies: Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and HP Inc. The only choice HP has been struggling to achieve revenue and profit growth since 2010, and its constant leadership changes have also affected its long-term strategies. The company was thus […]
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Wearable Devices: The Future of Consumer Electronics and Health and Wellness

As consumers look for more personalization in their diet and wellness plans, they are turning to digital health products like apps and wearable electronics. Passive wearable electronics, including fitness trackers like FitBit and Jawbone, are one of the fastest growing categories in consumer electronics. Additionally, many nutrient-restrictive diets like gluten-free, lactose-free and FODMAP have apps […]
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Rounding Smartwatches Won’t Make Them Mainstream Products

Wearable electronics and smartwatches in particular are seen as one of the categories with the greatest potential in consumer electronics, especially as growth in tablets and smartphones slows. But, while passive wearable electronics like fitness bracelets FitBit and Jawbone have been gaining mainstream acceptance in developed markets, more capable and expensive autonomous wearable electronics from […]
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The Internet of Things: What Does it Mean for Businesses and Consumers?

Driven by the rising interconnectivity of digital devices and access to fast broadband, the Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to transform traditional relationships between consumers and their environment. In essence, IoT signifies the capability to connect everyday devices and appliances, such as fridges, toothbrushes, thermostats and watches, to web-based networks. This integration opens […]
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Thailand and Philippines: New Hotspots for M-Commerce

Southeast Asia is the new prime spot for m-commerce, given the massive online retail market driven by the burgeoning smartphone and internet penetration rates. While developed markets like Singapore have the highest rates of smartphone penetration, developing markets like the Philippines and Thailand are, in fact, leading the region in terms of m-commerce retail value. […]
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Will Turning Energy Consumption into a Game Help Us Adopt Greener Habits?

‘Gamification’ is a term that has some environmentalists excited. They hope that apps that both monitor our energy consumption and benchmark it against our peers will nudge us towards turning down the thermostat and potentially saving the planet. There is also significant potential for utilising the so-called ‘internet of things,’ such as app-controllable thermostats, in […]
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Improving Prospects for Televisions on the Horizon

The 2008/2009 recession led to a decline in demand across a wide range of consumer products. Capital flow restrictions were particularly damaging to products reliant on consumer financing, such as cars. Consumer electronics were largely spared a drastic decline in demand and many product categories such as smartphones continued growing. Even televisions saw very few […]
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How Technology Drives Global Tourism

37.5 percent of the global population was using the internet in 2013 and these consumers use digital services for hotel booking, flight booking, travel reviews and travel discounts. Websites such as Tripadvisor, Expedia and Kayak are valued in the billions of dollars, and the tourism industry will only benefit as the global population of internet […]
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