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Sunday, January 05, 2014

LG, Razer among wearable tech converts

The wearable technology trend won't likely wear thin in 2014.

More gadget makers are jumping in, with wearable health and wellness product revenues expected to rise from $3.3 billion in 2013 to $8 billion in 2018, as estimated by research firm Parks Associates and the Consumer Electronics Association.

From the article, "LG, Razer among wearable tech converts" by Mike Snider.

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Smartphones drives connected, mobile CE adoption

Roughly one-third of German and French broadband households and 45 percent of UK broadband households have purchased a smartphone in the last six months, according to a study by Parks Associates European. These devices are leading the increase in connected and mobile CE adoption among Western European households, which is opening new options for service providers in security and energy offerings.

Already, 10-12 percent of broadband households in the UK and France own a home ...read more

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Parks Associates Highlights Smartphone/Tablet User Research

New research from Parks Associates shows consumers are developing preferences for TV-content apps as more smartphone and tablet users are using TV-channel apps from networks and apps for shows.

In a release, the Company noted that the firm finds 14 percent of smartphone/tablet users surveyed in 1Q 2013 have recently used a TV- content app and nearly 75 percent of these users are satisfied with this app experience.

The consumer analytics research, TV Channel and Network A ...read more

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Emmys boost is latest lift for Netflix

While that debate simmers, viewers are increasingly turning to mobile devices, where entertainment downloads are often free or very cheap. About 14 percent of mobile device owners watched television on them in the past six months, according to a new survey by researcher Parks Associates. As might be expected, younger mobile users were more open to doing so than older consumers.

Of those who had used apps for TV in the past six months, more than 60 percent said they watched l ...read more

Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Parks Associates and Industry Leaders Address the Evolution of the Digital Home and Mobile Consumer at CONNECTIONS(TM) at CTIA

The executive conference features the Connected Home Pavilion on the CTIA show floor, with demos from solution providers for the digital home; keynotes from AT&T, Starz, and Samsung; and sessions featuring executives focused on emerging technologies, products, and services for the connected home and mobile industry.

Parks Associates research finds consumers are using apps as key points of entry for the entertainment and management systems in the connected home. Smartphone ow ...read more

Monday, April 01, 2013

Wireless Music for the Home

Those are causes that should resonate with music devotees. For many older listeners, the decline of vinyl and compact discs resulted in cherished home sound systems getting dusty while iPods and other music players stole the attention. Other younger, more mobile music consumers have settled down in apartments or homes and found their small speakers not worthy of being cranked up to 11.

Consumer interest in higher-tech home music systems is on the rise, as are innovations in ...read more

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Report: Apple iPad Lights Kindle's Fire

New Consumer Analytics research from Parks Associates indicates consumers continue to prefer Apple over the other top brands in tablets, with 44% of holiday tablet shoppers planning to purchase an iPad 2 versus 24% opting for the Kindle Fire. The Microsoft Surface comes in at 21% with the Google Nexus last at 12%.

"Apple continues to gain strength in key product categories," said John Barrett, Director, Consumer Analytics, Parks Associates. "In the tablet market, consumers i ...read more

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Verizon Launches TV Channels for iPad

The Verizon project marks another volley in the competition with rival Bright House Networks.

Last year, Bright House started offering several dozen live channels on tablets -- including A&E, Discovery, Lifetime, CNN and the Disney Channel -- a system that also only works inside the customer's home.

Though tablets have been on the market for only the past few years, already 9 percent of people are watching shows on tablets, according to data from market researcher Parks ...read more

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