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Mobile health shows big potential from small beginnings

Mobile connected health devices, such as blood pressure monitors and personal weighing scales, are showing strong increase in sales in European countries, despite still being a minority market

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The smartphone boom in emerging markets

Over the past 18 months, China has seen monumental growth in smartphone sales representing a rapid shift of consumers away from feature phones. China has swiftly transformed itself into the world’s fastest-growing economy. Could the reasons behind the smartphone proliferation there be used to predict similar trends in other emerging markets?

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Spain: Smartphones and tablets heat up telecommunication and IT industries

The latest GfK retail data from Spain highlights the extent to which smartphone and tablet devices outsell other Telecommunication and IT products

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NFC: the next stage in the evolution of wireless technology?

Today, in countries which are highly subsidized, smartphone sales exceed those of mobile-feature phones. In an age where consumers are constantly on the lookout for the latest technology, it is now important for retailers to look ahead and ask questions such as; what trends and new features will sustain this momentum in the future?


Global consumer tech device spending to surpass $1 trillion in 2012

The latest forecast figures from GfK Digital World, produced in partnership with Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), reveal global spending on consumer technology devices will surpass $1 trillion in 2012 for the first time, increasing by 5% over 2011’s figure of $993 billion

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Mobile internet – driver for mobile communications market

Findings for the first half of 2011

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