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New Report from IHS Markit Explores Potential Repercussions of Net Neutrality RepealDecember 12, 2017As expectations build for the repeal of net neutrality, business information provider IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO) today released a report that examines the history of the topic and explores the relevant data on competition that defines the outlook for the internet should current protections be removed.
Media Alert: IHS Markit Analysts Available to Comment on Apple’s iPhone 8 AnnouncementSeptember 11, 2017For journalists who follow the latest Apple iPhone news, IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, will make the following analysts available for immediate comment on the 12 September, 2017 iPhone 8 launch announcement.
IHS Markit: Q2 2017 Smartphone Market Driven by Top Five, Plus OneAugust 03, 2017Preliminary data from IHS Markit shows that the global smartphone market grew by 7 percent year-over-year, to 350.9 million units, from 320 million units in Q2 2016.
Global Mobile Advertising Revenues Top $83 Billion in 2016, IHS Markit SaysJuly 12, 2017Driven by a “mobile-first” consumer environment and improving marketing technologies, worldwide mobile advertising growth increased by 60.5 percent to $83 billion (€63 billion) in 2016, up from $52 billion in 2015, according to the latest analysis from business information provider IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), IAB Europe and the IAB.
Smartphone VR: Samsung’s Gear VR to Retain Lead in 2017 as Google’s Daydream Platform Emerges, IHS Markit SaysMay 08, 2017Competition in the high-end smartphone virtual reality market is heating up in 2017 with Google’s Daydream platform emerging to offer an alternative to the established market leader, Samsung’s Gear VR.
3.4 Billion Smartphones Ready for Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay by the End of 2017April 26, 2017According to new analysis from IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, 3.4 billion smartphones will be ready for Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay by the end of 2017, and the number is expected to increase to 5.3 billion by 2021.
IHS Markit to Judge Innovation Awards at ShowStoppers at Mobile World Congress 2017February 03, 2017IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, recently judged the Innovation Awards at ShowStoppers® at IFA Berlin and the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
New Report from IHS Markit Names Top Four Trends Driving the Internet of Things (IoT) in 2017 and BeyondJanuary 24, 2017Fueled by lightning-fast demand for ubiquitous connectivity, the number of connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices globally will jump by 15 percent year-over-year to 20 billion in 2017, according to new analysis from IHS Markit.
IHS Markit Announces Innovation Awards Winners at ShowStoppers at IFA in BerlinSeptember 07, 2016IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, today announced winners of the IHS Markit Innovation Awards. Presented at the ShowStoppers IFA event in Berlin on Thursday, September 1, 2016, the awards showcased the most innovative technology products submitted by event exhibitors.
Fingerprint Sensor Market Growth Continues Upward Trajectory, IHS SaysJanuary 25, 2016Fingerprint sensors, used primarily for mobile device login and payment security systems, have become an expected feature in high-end smartphones and, to a lesser extent, in tablets and notebook computers.
MEMS Combo Sensors Continued Potent Growth Last Year; Samsung Was Top BuyerMarch 19, 2014Combo sensors are headed for another major growth spurt this year in the global microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) sensor market as revenue climbs an expansive 37 percent...
Automakers Drive Development of In-Vehicle Wireless ChargingJune 08, 2011Global automakers including General Motors, Volkswagen and Audi are putting their horsepower behind wireless in-vehicle charging, a technology that allows motorists to recharge the batteries of their mobile devices while on the road, new IHS iSuppli (NYSE: IHS) research indicates.
“Conventional approaches to charging mobile devices in cars, such as plugging into a cigarette lighter, 12-volt charger or Universal Serial Bus (USB) port, are too inconvenient for most consumers,” said Stacey Oh, analyst and regional manager for Asia automotive research at IHS.
Smart Phones Become the New Location Based Services (LBS) BattlegroundJune 21, 2010With smart phones emerging as the strategic computing platform for the next decade, the usage of smart-phone-based OEM and aftermarket on-board navigation systems is set to soar by a factor of 10 in 2010 and boom by nearly fortyfold in 2014, iSuppli Corp. predicts.
The number of smart-phone-based OEM and aftermarket on-board navigation systems is projected to rise to 81 million units in 2010, up from 8 million in 2009. By 2014, usage will increase to 297 million.
“Smart phones over the next decade will rival PCs as a market for hardware, software, communications and location based services (LBS),” said Danny Kim, analyst and global manager for automotive research at iSuppli.
Navigation Application Providers Turn to Social NetworkingMarch 09, 2010Desperately seeking new revenue opportunities amid intensifying competition from free alternatives, providers of navigation applications are turning to social networking sites to make their products more appealing to consumers, according to iSuppli Corp. ”Google’s and Nokia’s decision to provide free turn-by-turn navigation applications to users is posing a major competitive challenge to navigation application providers,” said Gerrit Schneemann, analyst for portable navigation and Location Based Services (LBS) at iSuppli. “These application providers require revenue from the sales of navigation applications to the smart-phone and PND markets. Because of this, these companies now are seeking to enhance the usability of their offerings and to extend them into as many other mobile sectors as possible. Navigation application providers and PND makers believe social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace provide a way accomplish both goals.” The stakes are high, with worldwide shipments
Smart Phones to Surpass PNDs in Navigation Market in 2014September 01, 2009The days of supremacy for the Portable Navigation Device (PND) in the global navigation market are coming to an end with the rise in worldwide usage of GPS-equipped smart phones in the coming years, according to iSuppli Corp. After several years of strong sales growth, PNDs will continue to lead the navigation market in 2009, with 114 million sets to be in use by the end of the year, compared to 57.8 million smart phones. However, by 2014, usage of navigation-enabled smart-phones will rise to 305 million units, exceeding the 128 million PNDs that will be around by then. “Previously, smart phones were not seen as a threat to the dominance of PNDs due to mobile handsets’ poor battery life, unclear pricing structures and inferior interface,” said Danny Kim, global Location-Based Service (LBS) analyst for iSuppli. “However, as smart-phone design moves forward, many of these issues have been or will be resolved, leading to increased market share for navigation applications on smart phones