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  • Report Fitness Wearables — Many Products, Few Customers

    Product Strategists Must Broaden Wearables' Appeal Beyond Fitness
    January 28, 2013 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    Wearable devices are part of the next wave of growth and innovation in personal computing, a phenomenon we call "smart body, smart world." Wearables could target any use case, from gaming to...

  • Report Smart Body, Smart World

    Sensors, Algorithms, And Psychology Will Power The Next Phase Of Personal Computing
    October 17, 2012 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    Sensor-laden devices (SLDs) such as wearables and embedded devices — sometimes called "the Internet of Things" — will drive the next phase of growth in personal computing and have the potential to...

  • Report Humdrum Hardware: Why Google And Microsoft Are Goading Their Partners To Innovate

    Google Nexus and Microsoft Surface Force OEMs To Up Their Games
    September 14, 2012 | Tony Costa

    Google's and Microsoft's efforts to launch first-party hardware, form exclusive partnerships, and acquire partners are disrupting the status quo within their ecosystems. These changes are driven...

  • Report The Fight To Control The TV Becomes A Platform War

    May 16, 2012 | James L. McQuivey

    The fight to control the TV is a battle for the more than 114 million TV households that, until now, have been under the quiet control of cable and satellite providers and the broadcast and cable...

  • Report Wearable Computing

    The Next Devices And Platforms That Matter To Your Product Strategy
    April 17, 2012 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    Consumers are adopting technology faster than ever: Witness the rapid mainstreaming of devices such as the Apple iPad and Microsoft Kinect for Xbox 360. Wearable devices will be next, but right now...

  • Report The Tablet-TV Connection

    April 11, 2012 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    Tablets and TVs are big business: Forrester forecasts that 112.5 million US consumers will own a tablet by 2016, and tablets are disrupting several multibillion-dollar industries related to TV,...

  • Report Western European Mobile Forecast, 2011 To 2016

    Product Strategists In All Industries Must Contend With The Disruption Caused By Mobile
    December 15, 2011 | Thomas Husson

    The European mobile market will continue booming in the next five years. Forrester expects smartphone and mobile Internet penetration rates to reach 67% and 54%, respectively, by the end of 2016....

  • Report Microsoft's Shrinking Window For Tablets

    Windows 8 Shows Promise, But Its Fifth-Mover Product Strategy Is Late
    November 29, 2011 | J. P. Gownder, Sarah Rotman Epps

    Microsoft faces challenges in the tablet market due to its late entry. While Windows 8 looks like a promising product for tablet computing, its release won't come until sometime next year. Though...

  • Report Amazon Will Be Apple's Top Competitor In Tablets

    Tablet Product Strategists Should View Amazon As Their New "Frenemy"
    August 29, 2011 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    With 28.7 million iPads sold worldwide to date, Apple's lead in the tablet market looks invincible. Enter Amazon.com, whose tablet can compete on price, content, and commerce. If it's launched at...

  • Report UK Telecom Operators Join Forces To Fight Market Disruption

    Product Strategists Should Employ Joint Ventures To Avoid Irrelevance
    July 5, 2011 | Thomas Husson

    On June 16, 2011, the main UK telecom operators — Everything Everywhere, Telefónica UK, and Vodafone — announced they would form a mobile marketing and payments joint venture. This is neither the...

  • Report Google Wallet Is Not About Mobile Payments

    May 27, 2011 | Thomas Husson, Charles S. Golvin

    Google's statement that mobile payments are just getting started is correct. Its announcement on May 26, 2011, was another early salvo in what will be a long and hard-fought battle to change...

  • Report The Digital Media Product Innovation Imperative

    Identifying Organizational Priorities For Creating New Digital Media Experiences
    April 7, 2011 | James L. McQuivey

    The media meltdown continues its slow burn across the media industries. Yet, enlivened by new devices like the iPad and audience enthusiasm for the content that new technologies have generated,...

  • Report Disruptive Trends 2011

    Product Innovation At Market Leaders Must Leverage Disruptive Strategies
    January 10, 2011 | Ian Fogg

    The pace of innovation now is ferocious: In every part of people's digital lives, everything is changing fundamentally. The Internet is everywhere. The last analog media types are becoming...

  • Report Tablets Will Grow As Fast As MP3 Players

    Winning Tablet Product Strategies Will Exploit Both Apps And Browsers
    January 4, 2011 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    Product strategists are struggling to make sense of the tablet opportunity: Will there be a market for tablets beyond Apple's iPad, and if so, how big will it be? In this report, we present data...

  • Report Smartphone Platforms Need A Branding Reset

    US Consumers Have Little Clue About Their Phone's Software
    September 1, 2010 | Charles S. Golvin

    In the white-hot US smartphone market, the once-invisible underlying software platforms have become one of the fiercest areas of competition. RIM and Apple lead this market, while platforms from...

  • Report 360-Degree Music Experiences: Use The Cloud To Target Device-Use Orbits

    July 9, 2010 | Mark Mulligan

    Business models and rights issues have both distorted and fragmented the consumer digital music experience and products. A new generation of 360-degree music services is emerging that leverages...

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