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Buying an iPad? You and the 7,099,999 others this year aren't alone

Buying an iPad? You and the 7,099,999 others this year aren't alone

By 3 April 2010

If you think you are fed up of the iPad and it hasn't even launched yet, then wait till there are 7.1 million of them in the world by Christmas. That is the claim by analysts over at iSuppli who estimate there will be 7.1 million iPads in circulation... >>

"Booming sales" of memory cards predicted

"Booming sales" of memory cards predicted

By 10 August 2009

Global sales of flash memory are due to skyrocket, if predictions from market research company iSuppli are accurate. The firm reckons that sales will increase six-fold between 2008 and 2013 as sales of high-end smartphones increase. "Soaring sales of... >>

Touchscreen to dominate phone market

Touchscreen to dominate phone market

By 26 May 2008

The world we live in is likely to become one of touch according to one analyst firm. According to iSuppli, touchscreen handsets, such as Appleā€™s iPhone and the new HTC Diamond are set to dominate the mobile phone market and push the global count to... >>

iPhone owners talk less

iPhone owners talk less

By 2 April 2008

American research company iSuppli Corp has taken a look at how iPhone owners spend quality time with their shiny devices. The results are that American owners of the product are spending their time enjoying all its capabilities, i.e., voice, data communications... >>

Toshiba taking $500 hit on every cut-price HD DVD player?

Toshiba taking $500 hit on every cut-price HD DVD player?

By 6 November 2007

The HD DVD format has hit the tech headlines in the States recently with some limited time only Wal-Mart and Best Buy promotions offering the entry-level HD-A2 Toshiba HD DVD player for as little as $98.87. HD DVD does have the edge over Blu-ray when... >>

iSuppli backtracks on iPhone sales figures

iSuppli backtracks on iPhone sales figures

By 11 September 2007

Following the news that Apple's iPhone out-sold every smartphone on the market in July, the analyst firm that released the figures has started to backtrack on its statement. In a statement on its website, iSuppli said it "would like to issue a clarification... >>