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Smartphones to account for two third or World´s mobile market by 2020 says new GSMA intelligence study

Smartphone connections to reach six billion by 2020, fuelled by growth in the developing World and supported by mobile broadband rollout

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Over 2 billion smartphones to ship in 2018, 1.25 billion in 2014

ABI Research expects 1.25 billion smartphones to ship in 2014 and forecasts smartphone shipments to pass the 2 billion mark in 2018. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the forecast period from 2014 to 2019 is 12%

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30% of the world’s young population are ‘digital natives’

ITU releases latest tech figures & global rankings

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Smartphones see accelerated rise to dominance

Driven by increased demand from developed regions for high-end models, along with an unexpectedly strong push from emerging economies for lower-cost products, smartphones are expected to rise to account for the majority of global cellphone shipments in 2013—two years earlier than previously predicted

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Mobile broadband will act as a strategic disruptor in 2012

Emerging market operators will continue to experience strong connections growth in 2012. Mobile broadband will be the main driver of this growth, but it will also act as a strategic disruptor, finds Ovum


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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