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South Korean IPTV market to grow at a CAGR of 5% by 2020

According to a recent Orbis Research study,  IPTV Market in South Korea has increased decision making capabilities and enjoys highly effective counter strategies to gain competitive advantage. The research predicts the South Corean IPTV market to grow steadily at a CAGR of around 5% during the forecast period. Increasing demand of video on demand services and …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 21 February,2017


61% of Snapchat content is video

Snapchat was originally thought of as a social network mostly geared toward teenagers, but nowadays millennials are engaging more with the service. In fact businesses are also quickly gaining notice of this fast growing social media site and the benefits it provides. According to a recent survey of Snapchat by Snaplytics, including 500 brands with 24,180 …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 20 February,2017


Digital games to be $100bn industry by year-end

According to recent study by Juniper Research, revenues from global digital games market are all set to reach the $100 billion (€94.7bn) mark by the end of this year. Given the continued growth of mobile and increasing mobile penetration, the industry will see revenues reach $132 billion by 2021. Looking at the positive outlook of the mobile …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 17 February,2017


Kids in Australia spend more time Online than on TV

According to recent Roy Morgan survey, kids in Australia now spend more time online as compared to watching TV. Today’s Australian kids aged 6-13 years, spend an average of 12 hours per week using internet, almost double of some six hours spent in 2008. The time spent online for this age group has increased by some …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 16 February,2017


AR more potential than VR – says Apple

In an interview with the UK newspaper, The Independent, Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that Augmented Reality (AR) is compatible to many apps as compared to Virtual Reality (VR). “I’m excited about augmented reality because unlike virtual reality which closes the world out, AR allows individuals to be present in the world but hopefully allows an improvement …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 15 February,2017


Social Video influences Consumer Purchasing Behavior

A recent research has revealed that three quarters, some 74% of consumers are watching some or the other form of video content on social media, which is positively affecting their purchasing decision making, especially that of millennials. 18-25 year-olds are spending an average of nine hours a week watching social video, which is an average …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 13 February,2017


Content Availability to lead 110mn VR Device Shipments by 2021

After having declared as a content-starved market, the virtual reality (VR) is going to experience a swath of new and compelling content choices, according to a recent ABI research. In its AR & VR devices report, ABI forecasts the total VR device shipments to reach 110 million mark by 2021. While Samsung Gear VR and Google …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 13 February,2017


Live mobile video to grow 39-fold by 2021

According to Cisco’s 11th annual Visual Networking Index (VNI) Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast (2016 to 2021), 5.5 billion of the global population will be using mobile phones, more than the bank accounts (5.4 billion), running water (5.3 billion) or landlines (2.9 billion). Due the strong growth in mobile phone usage, IoT connections, internet speeds and video consumption, …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 10 February,2017


Video Streamers in US prefer Mobile devices

According to a recent research by  PayPal and SuperData Research, some three quarters ( 75%) of consumers pay for video streaming services as compared to 41% who buy downloads. The research also finds out that more than half ( 58%) of consumers watch video content on their smartphones using paid services. Netflix was found out to be the …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 09 February,2017


87% Russians think sharing pirate content is legal

According to a recent consumer survey by Irdeto, some 87 percent of Russian consumers stated that producing or sharing pirated video content is not illegal and some 66 percent in fact believed that streaming or downloading pirated content is legal. However, unauthorised copying, broadcast, distribution or reproduction of copyrighted content, including audio-visual content, is unlawful in Russia …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 09 February,2017


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