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B2C E-Commerce in Asia is an emerging market The “Asia B2C E-Commerce Report 2011” by Hamburg-based market research firm yStats.com provides a detailed overview of B2C E-Commerce in Asia. In addition to the major players dominating this market, the report also presents figures relating to internet users and online shoppers. The report covers the most… » read more

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The M-commerce market is projected to be accelerated by the following sub sectors; Mobile Payments (including Digital and Physical Payments, Contactless NFC and Mobile Money Transfer), Mobile Ticketing, Mobile Coupons and Mobile Banking. We believe this will be partially due to developments in non-traditional cellular usage and the ascent of the tablet computing devices. This… » read more

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The evolution of the cell phone, driven by the wireless data industry trying to make individuals more productive wherever they are, has led to the current state of the art device, referred to as the Smartphone. Smart phones are nothing more than handheld computers that support email, personal organizers, voice & data communications services and… » read more

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Towards 2010, companies have increasingly fought a price war which resulted in mobile phones becoming more affordable for the average consumer. This has triggered healthy growth for all types of mobile phones, at 13% overall volume growth to end 2010 with 13 million units. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=219625&rt=Mobile-Phones-in-the-Philippines.html Mobile Phones in Philippines report offers a comprehensive guide to… » read more

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The global recession has impacted the volume of mobile handsets in recent years. This trend has not been seen in equal measure across all segments. While demand on the mid-tier fell away, sales of new smart phones has grown, due largely to consumer demand and mobile operators’ focus on increasing smart phone penetration. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=219589&rt=Global-Cellular-Handset-Update-Market-Technology-Vendor-and-Application-Analysis.html Some… » read more

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Growth in the mobile subscriber base has changed the way enterprise customers go about conducting their business. The idea of anytime-anywhere connectivity is becoming a reality as business executives, irrespective of their location, is realizing the importance of being connected. Blackberries and other mobile devices such as smartphones and PDAs are enabling mobile workers to… » read more

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While LTE adoption is moving at a much quicker pace than initial analyst expectations, a number of hurdles still exist that undermine the early adoption of LTE by many countries. Firstly the limitation of the frequency spectrum presents a major setback for many network operators, as majority of the spectrum bands suitable for LTE are… » read more

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1.) Sweden leading in internet use The latest “Sweden B2C E-Commerce Report 2011” compiled by market research firm yStats.com provides information about B2C E-Commerce in Sweden. Aside from internet use and online purchases, also revenues and competitors are analyzed. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=216655&rt=Sweden-B2C-E-Commerce-Report-2011.html Sweden is one of the leading countries worldwide when it comes to internet use. Despite… » read more

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A steady rise in the disposable income coupled with tremendous usage of internet in India, is primarily inflicting growth in the Indian e-Commerce market. Factors such as the busy lifestyle of the working class and a tendency to save time are further fueling growth in the market. Currently, the market is estimated to be valued… » read more

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GSM is world’s most popular standard for mobile telephony systems. It differs from its predecessor technologies in that both signaling and speech channels are digital, and thus GSM is considered as 2G and 3G mobile phone system. In India the number of GSM subscribers reached 580.67 millions by May 2011, and the GSM market is… » read more

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