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Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Who is winning the gaming console sales war?

Parks Associates Research Director Brett Sappington on the competition between the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

"Right now, we have a dead-heat. The PS4 and Xbox are really neck-and neck. If anything the PS4 may be slightly outpacing the Xbox 1 at this point."

From the video interview, “Who is winning the gaming console sales war?”

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

60-80% of U.S. broadband home owners willing to pay for energy-saving products

Parks Associates announced today 60-80% of U.S. broadband home owners are willing to pay for energy-saving products such as smart thermostats, smart water-tank controllers, and attic insulation; however, the perceived value varies widely. Consumers will pay $109 for a smart water-tank controller and $77 for a smart thermostat that save them 20% on their energy bills, compared to $256 for attic insulation for the same savings.

The international research firm will present new more

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Honeywell and Lowe's to keynote Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer

Parks Associates today announced Jeremy Eaton, VP & GM, Honeywell Smart Grid Solutions, Honeywell, and Kevin Meagher, VP, GM, Smart Home, Lowe's Companies, Inc., will deliver keynotes at the upcoming Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer. The event, hosted by Parks Associates on February 25-27, San Antonio, addresses the growing market for new energy management services and technologies and opportunities for new partnerships between utilities, service providers, retailers, more

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Consumers to increase holiday CE spending by over 33% compared to 2011, with tablets overtaking laptops as hottest item

New Consumer Analytics research from Parks Associates indicates U.S. consumers plan to spend over 33% more on CE devices this holiday season compared to last year, with the total amount increasing from $793 per household in 2011 to $1,058 in 2012. The survey of 2,500 U.S. broadband households, fielded in October/November 2012, found 63% of households plan to make a CE purchase, a 37% increase over last year. Tablets and smartphones are the hottest items, and consumers express th more

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Siri Not Being Used by iPhone Owners

A new Study from Parks Associates tries to answer the question: "Hey Siri, how popular are you?" According to the study, Parks Associates' finds that most poeple don't event use Siri's full capabilities. Most people use Siri for basic tasks like making phone calls or sending a text.

Only about one-thrid of people use Siri to play music or schedule a meeting. Thirty percent of people say that they have never used Siri to send an email. It may be that people are not using Siri more

Thursday, August 05, 2010

Tips From Those Who've Got Game ... Businesses

In 2007, the number of online gamers worldwide was projected at 217 million, according to Comscore. Most recently, this online-gaming sector aimed at adults “has proven remarkably recession-proof,” according to a report offered by international research firm Parks Associates. The study also predicted the annual market for “premium” casual games will exceed $1 billion by 2013.

From the article, "Tips From Those Who've Got Game ... Businesses" by Suzanne Zionts

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Verizon Addresses Opportunities in Bringing Energy Management Innovations to Consumers at Parks Associates' Smart Energy Summit

Parks Associates announced today that Robert Heffron, Utility Market Manager, Verizon, will deliver the morning keynote at the Smart Energy Summit on Wednesday, January 27, at 9:00 a.m.

Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer, hosted by Parks Associates in cooperation with Austin Energy, focuses on the opportunities and challenges in residential energy technologies. The conference takes place January 25-27 at the Hyatt Regency, Austin, Tex.

"Our research finds over 80 more

Thursday, January 07, 2010

Icron Announces Wireless PC-on-TV Platform Delivering Complete PC Functionality on any TV

"Icron has delivered on the long sought after promise of having access to all PC applications and Internet content on any TV in the home," stated Kurt Scherf, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Parks Associates. "High definition PC video and native USB 2.0 peripheral support should help mass consumer adoption since the system does not need any configuration and has no learning curve or configuration required."

From the article, "Icron Announces Wireless PC-on-TV Platform Del more

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