Market Shares - Brands


Samsung CEO apologizes for Stifling phone performance

by Bob Raikes

What They Say We reported the other day that Samsung had been caught up in a bit of a scandal over performance throttling. (Samsung Caught in Scandal over S22 Performance). At the company’s AGM, …

Tags:Market Shares - Brands| Samsung| Smartphones

Counterpoint Shows Smartphone Market Brand Development

by Bob Raikes

What They Say In it’s regular mail-out, Counterpoint Research published a chart and some detailed data on the development of the global market for smartphones. The result highlights the way that they top five …

Tags:Korea| LG Electronics (LGE)| Market Data| Market Shares - Brands| Smartphone Market

VR Market Keeps Growing Says Canalys

by Norbert Hildebrand

The market research firm Canalys released its latest Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Analysis service, which showed that the worldwide shipments of VR headsets exceeded 1 million units per quarter in Q3 2017. According …

Tags:HTC| Market Shares - Brands| Mobile Display Monitor| Oculus Rift| sony| Virtual Reality| Vol 24 - Issue 45

Delta Named as a Best Taiwan Global Brand

by Bob Raikes

Delta said that it has been listed in the top 20 Taiwanese global brands list for the seventh consecutive year, and compiled by Interbrand, as it came in at #15. The brand was valued …

Tags:Back Panel| Large Display Monitor| Market Shares - Brands| Taiwan| Vol 24 - Issue 44

Technology Brands Come Out on Top on UK Brand Loyalty Index

by Andrew Fenn

Consumer engagement firm Sodexo has released the UK’s first Brand Loyalty Index, containing data researched by Atomik. 7,000 consumers were surveyed on a range of brands including supermarkets, mobile phone networks, telephone and broadband …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Market Shares - Brands| Mobile Display Monitor| Samsung| UK (United Kingdom)| Vol 24 - Issue 39

Interbrand Releases Top 100 Most Valuable Brands Report

by Andrew Fenn

Interbrand has released its latest brand value estimations, with Apple leading the pack, valued at over $184 billion dollars. Other high achievers are Facebook, which has grown in value by 48% and Amazon which …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Market Shares - Brands| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 36

Apple’s Face Off with China

by Steve Sechrist

In the great scheme of things, Apple was banking on the tried and true iPhone cash cow to dominate the world’s number two market for wireless devices, China. But things didn’t work out that …

Tags:Apple| China| iPhone| Market Data| Market Shares - Brands| Vol 23 - Issue 17

TV and Monitors Slide at TPV

by Tom Allen

TPV Technology Limited includes the results of its TP Vision subsidiary, which looks after the Philips TV business in Europe, in its financial results. Sales results for TP Vision were included in the company’s …

Tags:Financial Data| Large Display Monitor| Market Shares - Brands| TPV (TP Vision)| Vol 22 - Issue 34

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Kids and Teens in the US Prefer Streaming TV over Cable Channels Says PWC

by Norbert Hildebrand

In the latest research report of the consumer intelligence series, Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC) took a look at the media consumption habits of kids and teens. The study looked at several aspects of their content …

Tags:Cable| Cable Cutting (cord cutting)| Large Display Monitor| Market Shares - Brands| Mobile Display Monitor| Movies & Content| OTT Video| Vol 22 - Issue 32

Netflix’s Share to Fall to 50%

by Tom Allen

A study by research firm MTM, sponsored by Ooyala and Vindicia, claims that Netflix’s share of the US OTT market will fall from 85% in 2014, to 50% in 2018. A range of new …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Market Data| Market Shares - Brands| Netflix| Vol 22 - Issue 29