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  • Report Smart Homes Advance Toward Subscription Living

    How The Subscription Economy Will Drive Smart Home Adoption
    March 12, 2018 | Frank E. Gillett

    Smart home providers and technologies will remain fractured into different experiences and markets, such as personal care, lighting, and food. That's because consumers spend household money with a...

  • Report Services For The Digital Self

    The Battle To Serve You . . . And Profit From Your Data
    September 3, 2013 | Frank E. Gillett

    People must manage an exploding array of digital content that they create or are responsible for, both at work and at home. We call this collection the digital self, and it includes everything from...

  • Report Rewrite The Netbook Story For Business Technology Buyers

    Position Netbooks For Business Use — Especially In Emerging Markets
    October 9, 2009 | Jennifer Belissent, PhD

    For a device that originated in the concept of the $100-laptop, the netbook certainly hasn't been fully marketed to emerging markets. Nor have firms really marketed netbooks for serious business...

  • Report Understanding The US Video Game Player

    It's Not As Simple As Focusing On Young Men
    January 25, 2008 | TJ Keitt, Paul Jackson

    Video gaming is mainstream — today, 37% of US consumers report that they play video games. These gamers are not just young men but include Baby Boomers and women. Women constitute 49% of gamers,...

  • Report Benchmark 2007: Personal Devices Go Mainstream

    Early Adopters Favor Personal Gadgets
    September 18, 2007 | Charles S. Golvin

    Digital devices continue their relentless growth into widespread adoption among North Americans. Mobile phones and digital cameras are the most popular personal devices — owned by 72% and 62% of...

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