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This forecast tracks pay-TV household and revenue growth, providing historic (2011–12) and projected (2013–18) indicators across cable, satellite, DSL/FTTx, and digital terrestrial TV platforms.
As the mobile industry's largest annual event draws to a close, we provide our view on the most interesting announcements from MWC 2014.
This snapshot from Ovum’s latest Consumer Insights survey is focused on mobile commerce.
Big Trust is a positional strategy that builds trust with consumers by defending and growing their personal economy, and by enabling them to control and leverage their own personal data.
This tracker enables the evaluation of key players in the Internet TV space. It focuses on their competitive positioning, and how developments around their recent service initiatives will impact traditional TV operators.
The partnership between the mobile operator PT Axis Telekom Indonesia (Axis) and the over-the-top (OTT) voice and messaging service provider Viber is an early example of a telco and an OTT player collaborating through a revenue-sharing agreement.
In 2014 mobile payments (m-payments) will see continued technology and service innovation. In mobile advertising, digital wallet providers will have to work hard to drive advertising revenues. In this report we identify the key trends for mobile payments and advertising that will have a substantial impact on the market and its stakeholders.
Tawk2me is a voice-based social messaging service designed specifically for feature phone users in emerging markets in Africa.
South Korea’s major operator KT Corporation and the Japan-based gaming giant DeNA have an agreement to distribute each other’s mobile social games in their domestic markets.
The availability of Netflix on the UK pay-TV operator Virgin Media’s network marks the first major instance of a pay-TV operator carrying a third-party video on demand (VoD) streaming service.