The number of internet-connected devices is expected to grow in Australia from 186 million to 212 million in 2020, with growth in the number of devices predicted to increase by 14% in 2020 and home data consumption set to spike by 70% on Boxing Day, according to a report from NBN Co, the operators of the National Broadband Network.
Two in five Australians (46%) are interested in connecting their tablets to mobile networks, especially if it can be connected using a mobile data sharing plan, according to a new forecast from technology analyst firm Telsyte.
While the tipping point for digital insurance acceptance is here, the insurance industry’s reputation may slow the realisation of digital transformation due to customer reluctance to share data, according to new research.
A little more than four million smartphones were sold in Australia in the first half of 2019, the emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte says, adding that this was a drop of 6% year-on-year.
Australians have a growing taste for sports and video entertainment content sending the Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) services market to new heights, reaching 12.3 million total subscriptions at the end of June, according new research from technology analyst firm, Telsyte.
More than 10 million homes and businesses are now able to connect to the NBN network with less than 12 months of the build remaining.
A study of 1033 Australians aged 16 and over has found that the introduction of 5G could lead to rapid growth in mobile gaming, with more than a quarter of those surveyed showing interest in using cloud gaming services on smartphones. In 2018, the market was estimated to be worth $1.1 billion.
With more than 15 million 5G handset services in operation expected in the Australian market by the end of June 2023, the adoption of 5G is set to be faster than the previous generations of cellular networks, according to a new analyst report.
The enterprise 5G market in Australia is predicted to generate around $45 billion in revenue a year by the mid-20s, according to a newly released research report.
New Zealand businesses have less than two years to go digital before disruption hits, according to newly released research undertaken by global IT services company DXC Technology and technology analyst firm Telsyte.
The Australian Internet of Things at home (IoT@Home) market grew 57% during the past 12 months to $1.1 billion in 2018 and is forecast to reach $5.3 billion by 2023, according to new research.
The growth of digital transformation in Australia will drive the need for 35,000 new IT jobs, with almost one in five Australian organisations creating new internal roles to meet the growing demand, it is claimed.
Tablet sales in Australia have taken a tumble due to continuing falls in the Android market and a slowing in growth of the maturing 2-in-1 segment, emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte says.
Nearly half (46%) of all e-commerce market revenue in Australia last year was transacted through mobile devices, the tech analyst firm Telsyte says, with what it calls the m-commerce market being worth $15.2 billion in 2018, compared to $12.0 billion in 2017.
With interactive mobile gaming something Aussies enjoy, iPads are the top way to work and play, while Androids suffer market share losses not just from iPads but Windows 2-in-1s opening doors to consumer preferences.
Australians are increasingly buying wearable devices as smartphone sales have slowed, according to new research.
The Australian Subscription Video on Demand services market continues to grow, with 9.1 million Aussies now taking out subscriptions and revenues reaching more than US$700 million by the end of the 2018 financial year.
Privacy and security worries still abound with smart speakers, but even so, the Australian IoT home market grew 55% in 2017, reaching $583 million, with the market set to accelerate beyond 2020.
Eye, eye, Captain, with the Australian VR market growing 40% in 2017, you'd think a treasure trove had been found, but with Aussies still taking a "wait and see approach", the eyes don't have it yet.
Australia’s mobile services market will undergo significant change, with the advent of 5G driving price competition, according to a new report which estimates the number of 5G connections will reach more than 10 million by the end of FY2022. It also says at least one network operator will begin shutting down 3G services by 2020.
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