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TrendForce Expects Further Growth in Worldwide Robot Market Next Year as Chinese Demand Remains Strong

22 December 2015

The latest analysis from global research firm TrendForce reveals that the global demand growth for industrial robots continues to accelerate on account of workforce shortages and loss of demographic dividends. Harrison Po, senior manager of TrendForce’s photonics and innovative technologies research, said that China in recent years has been energetically pushing forward with the transformation of its economy, and sales of industrial robots in the country has been growing rapidly in response to the rising demand for automation. Based on TrendForce’s projection, the industrial robot demand in China is expected to reach 95,000 units in 2016.

Smartphone Vendors’ Pursuit of In-House Processors Puts Pressure on Shipments of Leading Mobile Chips Makers, Says TrendForce

16 December 2015

Since 2014, global smartphone shipments have declined annually after enjoying a long period of high growth that began with the launch of the first iPhone. The latest analysis from global research firm TrendForce projects that smartphone shipments for 2016 will grow by just 7.3% year on year. This forecast may be subjected to downward corrections later.

TrendForce’s Mobile PC Shipment Forecast for 2016 Shows Glimmer of Hope for Notebooks but Continuing Decline for Tablets

1 December 2015

Annual shipments of notebooks are expected to decline significantly this year despite vendors’ best efforts during the year’s second half. This dismal result is attributed to the impact of weak shipments in the year’s first half and challenges in inventory reduction. According to global market research firm TrendForce, total notebook shipments for 2015 will reach around 164.4 million units, down 6.4% year on year.

TrendForce Anticipates 4K TVs to Reach 23% Market Penetration in 2016 as Their Prices Become More Consumer-Friendly

25 November 2015

Global LCD TV shipments for 2015 will total 216 million sets, according to the latest estimation by WitsView, a division of TrendForce. This year’s shipments will represent a slight annual decline, for the first time since the shipment slide in 2013. In the short term, consumer spending will generally remain weak due to the sluggish pace of the global economic recovery and currency fluctuations.

Apple Will Edge Closer to Samsung in Smartphone Market Share in 2016, Says TrendForce

19 November 2015

Total smartphone shipments for 2015 are projected to decline by 9.7% to 1.286 billion units, according to the latest report from global market research firm TrendForce. Though Chinese vendors have seen their shipments weakened as part of the ongoing slowdown in the worldwide smartphone market this year, their performances are above the global average.

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