Market forecasters project dramatic growth in portable electronics. However, the combined expectations for smartphones, e-readers, tablets, netbooks and notebook PCs appear collectively rich, despite declines in other consumer electronics categories, and presuppose only modest market share shifts between these products.
The media industry has undergone several wrenching technology driven changes in its history – e.g. motion pictures, radio, television, video tape, cable, etc. – and in each case, the industry value chain was drastically reordered. Existing industry categories shrank or
Now in its 30th year, the PC market is enjoying an upgrade-cycle fueled rebound from a recession induced dip. However, an alternative approach, by which mobile non-PC devices, like smartphones and tablets, access apps running on large centralized “cloud” servers,
A brief audio review of this research may be found here: http://live.ssrllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/July-15-2010-Sagawa-Cloud.wma Within a decade, we believe that the large majority of Americans will accomplish the large majority of their work and personal computing needs via “cloud” applications hosted on