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Business Insider Business Insider
16/08/2016
Startups working with blockchain and bitcoin technology around the world raised close to $300 million (£231.2 million) in funding in the first 6 months of the year, according to Juniper Research.

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Forbes Forbes
08/07/2016
In light of this stellar Bitcoin price action, a new study from Juniper Research, a UK-based firm that specializes in identifying and appraising new high-growth market sectors within the digital ecosystem, has revealed that the total value of Bitcoin transactions is expected to exceed $92 billion (bn) this year – up around 240% from less than $27bn in 2015.

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CNBC CNBC
11/05/2016
"Smartphone users will be able to experience faster page load times, creating a better user experience. Much like desktop browsing, consumers will also be less likely to have their personal data shared with third parties," Juniper Research's report said.

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ReadWrite ReadWrite
12/04/2016
Juniper claims that smartphones will account for the vast majority of non-card contactless payments, asserting that “while nearly nine million Apple Watches had been shipped by the end of 2015, these numbers were dwarfed by near field communication (NFC)-capable iPhones.”

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Forbes Forbes
09/03/2016
As cybercrime goes, so goes the cybersecurity market. Juniper Research recently predicted that the rapid digitization of consumers’ lives and enterprise records will increase the cost of data breaches to $2.1 trillion globally by 2019, increasing to almost four times the estimated cost of breaches in 2015.

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computerweekly.com computerweekly.com
02/02/2016
Juniper Research’s latest assessment of the smartphone market reveals virtually all suppliers are being affected by the global slowdown.

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Mashable UK Mashable UK
13/01/2016
A report released by Juniper Research on Tuesday claims that Apple shipped 51.5% of the smartwatches in all markets around the world in 2015. The study estimates that roughly 17.1 million smartwatches were sold worldwide, which would put Apple Watch devices shipped at about 8.8 million shipped.

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CNBC CNBC
16/12/2015
Warnings that robots will eventually wipe out humans may seem like no more than science fiction, but the machines are increasingly encroaching on the jobs humans used to do, with many Americans expected to own one in 4 years' time

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Entrepreneur Entrepreneur
02/12/2015
A new reality that includes a lot more self-driving cars is closer than you might expect.

There will be 20 million autonomous vehicles on the road by 2025, according to a new report from Juniper Research. Self-driving cars will largely be used by researchers and tech developers for the next handful of years, but by 2021, consumers will begin to adopt autonomous car technology, according to the market-research firm’s findings.

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CalvinAyre.com CalvinAyre.com
09/11/2015

Dr. Windsor Holden: carrier billing is the way forward

Dr. Windsor Holden, head of consultancy and forecasting Juniper Research tells CalvinAyre.com's Rebecca Liggero how online gambling operators will benefit from having their customers be able to charge directly to their mobile bill.

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Fortune Fortune
10/09/2015
Google’s mobile payments service, Android Pay, is making its debut.

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Telecom Asia Telecom Asia
06/08/2015

5G service revenues tipped to hit $65b by 2025

Long-term forecasts suggest that 5G will make quite a splash when it explodes onto the scene in 2020, with Juniper Research predicting that service revenues will exceed $65 billion by 2025.

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iTWire iTWire
06/08/2015

5G service revenues: US $65 billion-plus globally by 2025

A new report forecasts ‘a health adoption for 5G’ with widespread adoption achieved from 2025 after a 2020 start, representing 7% of operator-billed service revenue.

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Visa Visa
06/08/2015

Visa Opens Technology Center in Bangalore; Accelerates Digital Commerce Globally

Visa Inc. today announced the opening of a new technology development center in Bangalore, India, that will play a central role in the company’s efforts to accelerate digital commerce globally. As part of the opening ceremonies...

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Fierce Wireless Fierce Wireless
31/07/2015

Analysts: Smartphone growth slows to around 15% in Q2 thanks to weaker growth in U.S., China

The global smartphone market keeps on growing, it's just not growing as fast as it once did, according to industry research firms. In fact, thanks in large part to weaker sales growth in the U.S., Europe and China, the market is growing at its slowest rate in years.

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The Telegraph The Telegraph
30/07/2015

Galaxy S6 fails to reverse Samsung's fortunes as profits fall

The launch of the Galaxy S6 and a reported £45m advertising campaign has failed to translate into sales for Samsung as profits fall by 8pc.

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Fortune Fortune
29/07/2015

Barcelona: The most wired city in the world

It’s a showcase for the “smart” metropolis of the future—in which tech giants like Cisco, Microsoft, and IBM see big profits in helping governments save by tracking data on everything from garbage to traffic to selfies.

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Memeburn Memeburn
28/07/2015

The IoT explosion: 38bn devices to be connected by 2020

Over the past few years, the Internet of Things has gone from theoretical concept to our everyday lived experience. It’s no coincidence that some think we should instead be talking about the Internet of Everything.

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V3.co.uk V3.co.uk
28/07/2015

Business IoT uptake will see 38 billion devices deployed by 2020

A whopping 38.5 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices will be deployed by 2020, according to data from Juniper Research, representing a 285 percent increase on the 13.4 billion currently in use.

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Forbes Forbes
27/07/2015

Staking Your Claim in the Healthcare Gold Rush

The U.S. healthcare sector, which represents one-sixth of the nation’s US$17 trillion economy, is experiencing a number of simultaneous upheavals. Indeed, it’s difficult to think of another industry of this size that is facing as much disruption and change in the way its services are delivered and financed, and even in how it is regarded, in such a short time.

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PYMNTS.com PYMNTS.com
20/07/2015

Data breaches make cybersecurity an investor darling

The rise of data breaches is becoming more widespread, hitting companies all over the globe working in an array of industries, and leaving devastating results in their wake.

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Bloomberg Bloomberg
16/07/2015

Slingbox Doubles-Down on Streaming Cable With New M2 Set-Top Box

Since the first Slingbox hit shelves in 2005, the product has done one thing and done it well: It lets you watch your home cable package from anywhere. Now, a decade on, we get the Slingbox M2, and nothing much has changed.

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Computer Business Review Computer Business Review
15/07/2015

Social media buy buttons boost e-retail to $1.7tr

Retail activities of Facebook and Twitter will increase online purchases. Worldwide e-retail sales are estimated to reach $1.7 trillion this year, up by over 17% when compared to last year.

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Telecompaper Telecompaper
14/07/2015

Global eRetail sales to reach USD 1.7 tln this year

Global eRetail sales are expected to reach USD 1.7 trillion this year, up by more than 17 percent from the year before, the latest data from Juniper Research revealed.

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VanillaPlus VanillaPlus
13/07/2015

Turning grey to pay – how to detect and monetise grey routes

These days operators are finding it difficult to achieve the same level of returns from traditional services such as messaging. A recent report from Juniper Research estimated that the messaging market will decline from $113.5bn in 2014 to $112.9bn in 2019 – a reduction of $600m.

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Computerworld Computerworld
08/07/2015

Just say no to connected cars

Around 5% of new vehicles already include some form of embedded technology inside. But have you thought about the consequences?

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Metro Metro
03/07/2015

The average smartphone owner watches 348 porn videos a year, apparently

New research has concluded that the average smartphone user will watch 348 porn videos on their device in 2015 – and that number will continue to grow year on year.

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The Telegraph The Telegraph
02/07/2015

Smartphone porn use set to rise dramatically by 2020

New research estimates that 136 billion porn videos will be watched on smartphones this year, with the number rising by 55 per cent over the next five years.

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Computer Weekly Computer Weekly
01/07/2015

Public and government attitudes to smart cities a vicious circle

A survey of attitudes towards smart cities conducted by comms infrastructure supplier Arqiva has revealed a vicious circle of ignorance.

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Digital TV Europe Digital TV Europe
30/06/2015

Adult video views rising fast

Adult content uptake is reaching new levels, with 136 billion adult video views predicted this year alone, according to new research.

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CNBC CNBC
25/06/2015

Mobile payments are making people tip more at meals

Mobile payments are set to explode over the next few years and while tech companies might be excited by the profits to come, there is a another group of people also looking forward to the technology – restaurant waiting staff.

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Telecom Lead Telecom Lead
23/06/2015

Mobile money transfer to reach $4 bn annually by 2018

Revenues from mobile money transfers is expected to reach $4 billion annually by 2018 from $2 billion revenues forecast for this year, said Juniper Research.

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TechWeek Europe TechWeek Europe
23/06/2015

Connected Cows Moo-ve Into The Wearable Age

We’ve all heard how wearable technology devices are becoming more fashionable in order to attract new customers, but now it seems even animals want to get in on the act.

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Business Insider Business Insider
20/06/2015

Here's what happened in mobile this week

Smartphone and tablet traffic on Wi-Fi networks will grow by a factor of four between this year and 2019, at which point Wi-Fi networks will carry up to 60% of all mobile data traffic, according to a recent report from Juniper Research.

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Computer Weekly Computer Weekly
19/06/2015

Nordic companies drive the future of the smartcar industry

Nordic companies are pioneering the smartcar industry as businesses and consumers turn to software to improve efficiency and safety

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Financial Times Financial Times
19/06/2015

Ant Financial valued at $45bn after fundraising

Ant Financial, Alibaba’s online payments affiliate, has completed a fundraising that values the company at $45bn-$50bn, according to people close to the Chinese ecommerce group.

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Yahoo Finance Yahoo Finance
17/06/2015

Are companies still scared of 'ethical' hackers?

When Israeli researcher Yosi Dahan told United Airlines that he had found a security flaw in its website, he thought the company would be quick to act. So he was surprised when, two weeks later he had still not received a response from the company.

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New York Times New York Times
17/06/2015

Fitbit Prices I.P.O. at $20 a Share, Above Top of Its Range

When Fitbit begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, it will do so at a healthy valuation. The company, which sells popular wearable fitness-tracking devices like the Fitbit Surge bracelet, priced its initial public offering at $20 a share on Wednesday, a dollar above its already heightened price range of $17 to $19 a share.

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Financial Times Financial Times
17/06/2015

Apps boom but health tech is no cure all

Later this summer, cyclists will set off on a race from Brussels to Geneva via Paris. The 1,500km event will hardly be a difficult stretch for an experienced rider.

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City A.M. City A.M.
16/06/2015

Bitcoin spikes above $240 on Fed interest rate fears

Bitcoin has spiked against the dollar, broaching the $240 mark for the first time this month. The cryptocurrency reversed sharp falls from earlier this month to jump as high as $241.09 today, as investors awaited a policy update from the US Federal Reserve which is expected to hint an interest rate hike will be held off until September, and negotiations between Greece and its lenders became more terse.

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TelecomTV TelecomTV
16/06/2015

Wi-Fi to carry 60 per cent of all mobile data traffic by 2020

A new report from research house Juniper forecasts that Wi-Fi networks will be carrying 60 per cent of smartphone and data traffic in five years time. That's the equivalent of 115,000 PETABYTES of data, a truly staggering amount and a four-fold increase on today's already impressive figure.

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Discovery News Discovery News
12/06/2015

How Cybercriminals Get Your Money

Whoever said crime doesn’t pay never bothered to run the numbers.

Cybercriminals can bank an estimated $84,000 a month on a $5,900 investment, representing a 1,425 percent return, according to a report out this week by security firm Trustwave.

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Ford Ford
11/06/2015

Print Your Favorite Ford Vehicle at Home

Ford First Automaker to Open One-Stop 3d Shop Online

Want to 3D-print a Shelby GT350R at home? Or would you prefer to simply purchase an F-150 Raptor 3D digital image for a presentation? How about both?

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Forbes Forbes
11/06/2015

Messaging Apps Like LINE, WeChat Face A Revenue Problem

They’re racing to become mobile platforms of the future because they can barely make a dime from messaging alone.

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Time Time
11/06/2015

These Are the 10 Most Influential Leaders in Tech Right Now

Based on criteria including vision, innovation and personal capital

When it comes to power in the tech industry, who rules the roost?

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Telecompaper Telecompaper
09/06/2015

Messaging revenues to decline to USD 112.9 bln in 2019

The messaging market will decline to USD 112.9 billion in 2019 from USD 113.5 billion in 2014, a reduction of USD 600 million, according to a report by Juniper Research. Overall, messaging traffic is forecast to double by 2019. This is driven by OTT (over-the-top) messaging applications, such as WhatsApp and Line, seeing a threefold increase in message traffic to 100 trillion by 2019 globally from almost 31 trillion in 2014.

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Benzinga Benzinga
04/06/2015

Juniper Analyst: Apple Could Use Metaio's IP For Augmented Reality Semiconductors

Last week, several mainstream media outlets discussed Apple Inc.’s alleged acquisition of Metaio, a German company focused on augmented reality.

Apple has not confirmed the purchase, but the story resurfaced on Thursday.

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CNBC CNBC
03/06/2015

Google to companies: Be nice to hackers

Hackers who manage to infiltrate a company's network and then tell them about it should be thanked and paid, according to Google's cyber chief.

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Computer Business Review Computer Business Review
02/06/2015

Smart IoT vehicles will be 20% of global car market by 2019

Telematics will spin into the M2M industry alongside high adoption of smart metering.

In five years time telematics will be the biggest M2M sector by revenue, with one in five cars on the road connected to a global IoT ecosystem.

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Telecoms.com Telecoms.com
02/06/2015

Connected cars forecast to be 20% of car market by 2019

Analyst firm Juniper Research has forecast the connected car market to grow faster than any other M2M segment and to account for a fifth of total passenger car revenue by 2019.

As part of a broader report on M2M, Juniper compares connected cars favourably to other fast-growing segments such as healthcare and retail.

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The Street The Street
28/05/2015

Top 10 Most Influential Executives at Apple, Microsoft, Google and Other Large Tech Companies

The biggest technology influencer at Apple isn't Tim Cook - it is British designer Jony Ive. The creative force behind many of Apple's biggest hits in recent years, Ive has just been promoted to the position of chief design officer at the company.

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Fortune Fortune
27/05/2015

Microsoft CEO bests the rest in tech leadership, says researcher

Satya Nadella was ranked first among the top ten industry leaders—including Apple’s design chief, according to Juniper Research.

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Wall Street Daily Wall Street Daily
20/05/2015

A “Rehab Program” for Data-Addicted Consumers

A new study on mobile phone traffic estimates that mobile data will reach 1,970,000 petabytes by 2019. For perspective, one petabyte is 1,000 terabytes. According to Juniper Research, the firm behind these findings, that’s more data than you’d see stored on 10 billion Blu-ray movies.

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San Antonio Business Journal San Antonio Business Journal
19/05/2015

Data usage by mobile devices to double over next four years

Smartphones and tablets will eat up almost 197,000 petabytes of data traffic annually by 2019, according to Juniper Research.

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City A.M. City A.M.
19/05/2015

TV streaming services set for huge boost

OVER-the-top television – additional content streaming services such as Amazon Prime and Netflix – can look forward to a huge surge in subscribers, with research showing that numbers are set to increase four-fold in the next few years.

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TechCrunch TechCrunch
18/05/2015

Over-The-Top Streaming Video Services To Surge To 330 Million+ Subscribers By 2019

Consumer adoption of streaming video services is surging, according to a new report by Juniper Research out this morning, which finds that subscriber numbers for services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video will grow from 92.1 million in 2014 to 333.2 million global subscriptions by 2019.

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Independent Online Independent Online
14/05/2015

Wearable tech poised for new highs

Wearable technology – aka ‘wearables’, comprising smart clothing and smart accessories such as 3D glasses and fitness trackers – is arguably the biggest tech craze of the past 12 months and is predicted to be worth £12billion (R225 billion) over the next few years, according to Juniper Research.

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Benzinga Benzinga
12/05/2015

The Cost Of Cybercrime: $2.1 Trillion By 2019

Juniper Research released a report on Tuesday that articulated not only that cybercrime is on the rise, but it also comes with an extraordinary price tag.

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TechWeek Europe TechWeek Europe
12/05/2015

Hackers Will Cost Businesses ‘More Than £1.3 Trillion’ By 2019

Juniper Research report warns that wearables and IoT devices could soon come under risk

The cost of cybercrime are set to reach record levels within the next few years as hackers look to gain richer prizes than ever before, according to new research.

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Mobile Marketing Magazine Mobile Marketing Magazine
11/05/2015

Nearly Half of 2019 Mobile Ad Spend from China and East Asia

Mobile advertising spend is expected to more than double between over the next four years, hitting $105bn (£67.6bn) by 2019.

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TelecomTV TelecomTV
11/05/2015

Mobile advertising and enterprise apps both market sweet spots

Mobile advertising and mobile enterprise apps are both on solid trajectories according to reports released this week by Juniper Research and Good Technology.

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Telecoms Tech Telecoms Tech
01/05/2015

Global displacement of traditional pay-TV services

The growing popularity of watching online video entertainment has become a more common activity worldwide, particularly with the younger generation. As a result, these shifting video consumption trends have created a few market share gainers and many losers.

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Computer Business Review Computer Business Review
30/04/2015

Samsung puts faith in S6 as profits plunge

Heavy competition from Apple compressed margins.

Samsung has released its Q4 2015 financial results, showing a fall in net profit and revenues. The Korean electronics manufacturer saw net profit fall from 7.57 trillion Korean Won to 4.63 trillion, a 39 percent fall.

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Mobile World Live Mobile World Live
28/04/2015

Annual app revenue from augmented reality to hit $2.4B in 2019

New findings from Juniper Research show that augmented reality (AR) technology used in the enterprise market will generate annual app revenues of $2.4 billion in 2019, up from $247 million in 2014 – a tenfold increase over the forecast period...

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Telecom Asia Telecom Asia
27/04/2015

OTT TV market to increase fourfold by 2019

Subscriptions from over-the-top (OTT) TV providers such as Netflix and Amazon Prime will generate $31.6 billion by 2019, up from just under $8 billion in 2014, according to new data from Juniper Research.

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TechNewsWorld TechNewsWorld
20/04/2015

Google Dresses Up Android Wear

Google on Monday released an update to Android Wear -- just the second significant feature refresh for its wearable device software since its introduction more than a year ago.

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The Drum The Drum
17/04/2015

Ad spend on smartwatches estimated to reach nearly $70m by 2019

Advertising spend on smartwatches is predicted to reach $68.6m by 2019, up from roughly $1.5m this year, according to Juniper Research.

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PYMNTS.com PYMNTS.com
10/04/2015

Carrier Billing Projected To Pull In $14B By 2019

Digital content paid for through carrier billing will generate more than $14 billion in revenue over the next five years, according to a new Juniper Research report.

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The Irish Times The Irish Times
09/04/2015

Research says carrier billing will lead to increased spend

Consumers seeking easier way to pay for content

Operators stand to generate up to $14 billion in revenue over the next five years from content paid for through carrier billing, new research has found.

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Wareable Wareable
01/04/2015

1.3 billion mobile AR apps in use by 2019

Augmented reality is set to take over your smartphone, wearables and even your car

Like the look of the Magic Leap demo? Or playing Minecraft with HoloLens? It seems you're not alone as mobile AR apps are set to explode, according to Juniper Research's Augmented Reality 2015 - 2019 report.

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Computer Business Review Computer Business Review
31/03/2015

Crashing revenue downloads not slowing £67bn app market

Juniper Research and Gartner reports paint a conflicted picture.

Annual revenues from apps accessed on mobile devices will reach $99 billion by 2019, according to Juniper Research.

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The Times The Times
18/03/2015

Bitcoin’s popularity is on the wane

The value of transactions using bitcoin is likely to plunge by nearly 60 per cent this year as confidence in the currency is shaken by the collapse of several prominent digital exchanges, according to Juniper Research.

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Tech Radar Tech Radar
11/03/2015

All fingers and eyes: will biometrics kill off the traditional password?

How will biometric authentication change computing?

Could one of the most hated aspects of the internet – the alphanumeric password – soon be replaced? A revolution that's going to start with the fingerprint scanners already in high-end smartphones, the shift from passwords to biometrics will mean the popularising of voice authentication, facial recognition, ear-print authentication, retina scans and more.

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BBC BBC
09/03/2015

Apple Watch prices and apps revealed

Apple's smartwatch collection will range in price from $349 to $17,000 (£299 to £13,500 in the UK) depending on the metals they are made from and the straps they are bought with.

The larger 42mm (1.7in) models of the Watch will cost about $50 more than than the 38mm (1.5in) versions in the lower-priced ranges.

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Forbes Forbes
09/03/2015

The Top Five Smart Cities In The World

Since the days of the industrial revolution, cities have been the engines of economic growth. The revolution was effective in developing prosperity for many countries, but the development was not always “smart,” sacrificing health conditions, for instance, for greater productivity.

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Fortune Fortune
06/03/2015
This is what's happening inside Apple's secret lab

For one thing, you’re not allowed to bring anything with you.

Apple appears to be courting developers in advance of its Watch launch in April. The Cupertino, Calif.-based company has brought a number of partners in, including Facebook and United, to create apps for the device. The company is holding an event on March 9 at which more details, and possibly demonstrations of such apps, are expected.

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New York Times New York Times
02/03/2015

AT&T to Hook Up Its Automated Home and Connected Car Services

NEW YORK — AT&T Inc will link its connected car and smart home technologies to bolster its foothold in the fast-growing market for Internet-connected devices, a new battleground for the company and rivals ranging from Verizon to Google Inc.

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CNBC CNBC
24/02/2015

Top 10 wearable tech gadgets to watch in 2015

Google Glass may be shattered, but ...

Google has gone back to the drawing board with Glass, but wearable technology—an up-and-coming product class for the past few years—finally seems poised to burst into the mainstream.

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Entrepreneur Entrepreneur
18/02/2015

Can You Guess the 'Smartest' City in the World?

Barcelona has long bragged about the athletic prowess of its football (soccer) club, but now it can also brag about being the smartest city in the world.

Smartest, in this context, meaning boasting the most efficient, technologically connected infrastructure. Being able to collect and analyze data from buildings, roads and bridges ostensibly allows officials more efficient processes and distribution of resources.  

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Nasdaq Nasdaq
11/02/2015

Tim Cook: If "Sitting Is the New Cancer," the Apple Watch Is the Cure

Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook played diagnostician Tuesday when he showed off the soon-to-be-released Apple Watch (set for debut sometime early this year).

Cook, at the 2015 Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco, voiced doctors' concerns over how the average person lives too sedentary a lifestyle nowadays. That's why he is so amped about the Apple Watch's release.

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Forbes Forbes
06/02/2015

This Could Be The Year You Play A Mobile Game With Your Eyes

I’m playing Fruit Ninja with my eyes, and the experience is on a different level to playing the game with your finger. I barely have to move, yet there’s still an element of skill involved as a pineapple flies up on the screen, I fix it with my gaze and watch it slice satisfyingly into two.

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CNET CNET
28/01/2015
Bigger is better, according to a new Juniper Research report that says phablets are destined to become even more popular over the next several years.

More than 400 million phablets will ship in 2019, five times the the estimated 138 million to be shipped this year, the report said. As such, phablets will account for more than 20 percent of mobile devices shipped in the next four years.

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Wall Street Journal Wall Street Journal
23/01/2015
Hutchison Whampoa ’s proposed £10.25 billion ($15.3 billion) takeover of Telefonica’s British mobile phone unit O2 is more emergency call than social invitation.

Operating in one of Europe’s least profitable mobile markets, Spanish telecom-company Telefónica has been fighting an uphill battle with O2: U.K. service revenue has been slowly declining for the past three years, Citi notes.

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Motley Fool Motley Fool
21/01/2015
Samsung recently announced in a blog post that it would unleash a "flood of devices" running Tizen, its own operating system, later this year. Tizen currently powers some of Samsung's wearable devices and cameras, but the company now plans to expand that ecosystem with Tizen smart TVs and appliances. 

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Info Security Info Security
20/01/2015
The market for biometric authentication apps will soar from just six million this year to a staggering 770m+ in four years' time, according to a new study from analyst Juniper Research.

Unsurprisingly, Apple will lead the way, with the combination of its Touch ID authentication system and tokenization in Apple Pay appealing to a wide range of consumers.

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TechWeek Europe TechWeek Europe
19/01/2015
HTC is set to reveal its first wearable device at this year’s Mobile World Congress event, reports have claimed. The company, which is also rumoured to be unveiling its next flagship mobile device, the One M9, at the show, will launch the smartwatch device in association with sportswear brand Under Armour.

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Wired Wired
14/01/2015
The global explosion of data is a huge opportunity to do things in new ways and make the world work better. Yet, at the same time, this data tsunami threatens to overwhelm and disrupt the data centers that are the heart of the new app economy.

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Benzinga Benzinga
12/01/2015
SunTrust Robinson Humphrey's Bob Peck on Monday commented in a note that wearable technology devices were among the most popular gadgets showcased during the recent Consumer Electronics Show.

Peck notes that based on Juniper Research data, sales of wearable devices within the fitness sector will surge to 70 million devices by 2018 from 19 million devices in use in 2014. Fitbit has become a leading brand as it expanded its product line to move towards the smartwatch category with sizable LCD screens that include GPS functionality.

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CNBC CNBC
07/01/2015
Microsoft has unveiled a budget, Internet-connected phone under the Nokia brand, which will cost $29, as it steps up its efforts to capture the rapidly-growing emerging market consumer.

The Nokia 215's Internet connection – albeit 2G – sets it apart from Microsoft's other low-end devices, giving users access to Facebook, Twitter, a weather app and a web browser.

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Financial Times Financial Times
28/10/2014
After two decades, the traditional text message would seem to be in terminal decline, thanks to the popularity of instant messaging apps such as WhatsApp – which has been bought by Facebook – and Skype.

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RCR Wireless RCR Wireless
24/10/2014

A new white paper produced by UK-based Juniper Research projects wireless carriers will lose a staggering $14 billion in the next year as consumers give voice and message business to Over The Top (OTT) service providers including Skype, Facebook and WhatsApp.
 

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ComputerWeekly ComputerWeekly
22/10/2014
The growth of over the top (OTT) messaging, chat and VoIP services is creating a headache for mobile network operators (MNOs), according to a new study from Juniper Research.

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TechRadar TechRadar
14/10/2014
There will be 101.7 million smartwatches in use by 2019, according to a new report by Juniper Research. The average smartwatch will cost at least $200 (£120, AU$210) until at least 2020, the report projects.

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Fierce Wireless Fierce Wireless
08/10/2014
Driven by Apple's HealthKit and Samsung's SAMI platforms, healthcare smartphone accessory sales will top $3 billion by 2019, predicts Juniper Research.

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CNBC CNBC
02/10/2014
Once aimed at a small elite with their blingy designs, luxury smartphones are being toned down as manufacturers look to broaden the appeal of their high-end devices.

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CNBC CNBC
24/09/2014
BlackBerry launched the Passport smartphone on Wednesday squarely aimed at business users in a move that many analysts see as a make-or-break product for the once-dominant technology company.

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Bloomberg Bloomberg
17/09/2014
China Mobile Ltd. will focus on selling cheaper phones that don’t require subsidies as the world’s largest carrier said it doesn’t know when Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s iPhone 6 will be available in the nation.

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CNET CNET
16/09/2014
Smartphone shipments across the world will near 1.2 billion this year -- a bounce of 19 percent from 2013 -- Juniper Research said Tuesday.

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ZDNet ZDNet
16/09/2014
This year, smartphone sales are likely to hit 1.2 billion, according to new research, with emerging markets driving growth.

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Fierce Wireless Fierce Wireless
26/08/2014
Worldwide revenues from tablet games will reach $13.3 billion (€10 billion) by 2019, a threefold rise on the 2014 figure of $3.6 billion. According to a new report from Juniper Research, growth will be fuelled by a number of key factors including improved storage capacity of devices, better graphical capabilities, increasing mobile broadband penetration and consumers' preference for convenience and ubiquity. 

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BBC BBC
13/08/2014
Amazon has released a smartphone and tablet add-on that can be used to swipe debit and credit cards to allow payments. The Local Register device is targeted at small businesses as an alternative to a cash-register system.

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Bloomberg Bloomberg
15/05/2014
The main battleground between Samsung Electronics Co. and Apple Inc. in the global smartphone market is moving from courtrooms to the laboratory, amid a race for patents on atom-thick technology for the next generation of devices.

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TechCrunch TechCrunch
22/04/2014
Despite the on-going hype attached to 3D printing, and the advent of more consumer-friendly, affordable machines designed with a mainstream user in mind, consumer adoption of 3D printers is set for relatively slow growth in the near term, according to analyst Juniper Research.

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BBC BBC
07/01/2014
Samsung Electronics, the world's biggest maker of mobile phones and TVs, has forecast a fall in profit for the October-to-December quarter. Speaking to the BBC, Nitin Bhas from Juniper Research says that Samsung need to "differentiate themselves with vendors" in the smartphone market.

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