Juniper Research stories - Page 2
$2 trillion cybercrime bill for business by 2019
The cost of data breaches is expected to soar to $2 trillion globally by 2019 - and its not mobile or IoT that will be the source of most breaches...
Context: The App is dead, long live the App
July 2008: a certain fruity company launched its app store and gave a home to 500 freshly pressed iPhone OS (iOS nowadays) apps.
Apple Watch: Fashion first, tech second...
In line with the rest of the segment, Cupertino has realised that wearables need to be fashion first and technology second.
New iPhone 6 gives NFC "shot in the arm"
In short, Apple just gave NFC the greatest shot in the arm that it has ever received...
Apple, IBM and the Enterprisation of Consumer Technology...
The deal is about presenting Apple as a serious enterprise partner; as the company openly admits that it is a consumer-first company.
Can the Amazon smartphone burn Apple's market share?
Laced with high-end features, will this device be the cocktail to succeed in a market dominated by Apple & Co.?
Apple WWDC 2014: iWon or Me-too?
Amongst the whoops, cheers and starry-eyed attendees at Apple’s annual WWDC, what can we glean from the company’s latest announcements?
The Public Cloud: Don’t rain on the enterprise parade
The public cloud today is a bit of a double-edged sword, and data privacy is the sharp one.
Tablet Hybrids set to ship 50 million by 2018
New findings from hi-tech analyst firm, Juniper Research, observed that the tablet market is becoming increasingly diverse as new form factors emerge.
Phablets... a 'Phabulous' future?
Once perceived to have limited potential, Juniper forecasts that Phablets will ship over 120 million units by 2018, rising from an estimated 20 million in 2013.
Now Sony and Samsung wants to track your life too...
"Provided these new devices get their price points right, it could dominate sales this year, especially the Gear Fit."
Google exits the smartphone race
The stark fact of the matter is that Motorola has not trained on in the way in which Google had hoped.
Samsung dominates smartphone market as Apple smashes iPhone records
Samsung has once again dominated the global smartphone market, accounting for almost one in three of the 980 million devices shipped worldwide during 2013.
Window of opportunity as Phablet shipments set to smash 120m mark?
The Phablet, once perceived to have limited potential, will ship over 120 million units by 2018, with the OS market dominated by two major players, Android and Windows.
Wearable device shipments set for ten-fold market increase
"Even though wearables are relatively new in terms of market maturity, it is clear that the market, for example the smart watch in particular, will be – as per smartphones – a somewhat crowded affair."
Will you own a smart watch by 2018?
Recent research suggests at least 36 million of us will own at least one.
Mobile TV set for $10bn worth by 2017
"Players will emerge who are prioritising their customers’ preferences; they will do this by utilising cloud technology, allowing consumers to resume playback on different devices, and enabling offline viewing."
Over 160 billion apps to be downloaded by 2017
Consumer market predicted to explode within four years, reaching 160 billion app downloads.
Wearable tech to hit US$1.5 billion by 2014
Next generation wearables including smart glasses and watches set for boost as influential players such as Google and Apple enter the market.
Money for nothing - the virtual goods market in gaming
"Virtual gifts typically cost around $1... so that they are an impulse purchase for the user,” the report reads.