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TrendForce Says Smart Bracelets to Remain Dominant in the 2016 Wearables Market but VR Devices Will Become Main Growth Driver

18 November 2015

The market for wearable devices (also known as wearables) has maintained a certain growth level in recent years, though device vendors have not experienced a boom in demand as they would hope. The total wearable device shipments in 2015 are estimated at 68.1 million units, according to global market research firm TrendForce.

Rising Mobile Network Demand to Drive Mobile Communication Industry to 5G in 2016, According to TrendForce

17 November 2015

Much of the development of the global mobile communication sector this year involves telecom operators expanding the 4G network. Next year, mobile operators will be working feverishly to upgrade their networks to LTE and to grow the 4G user base with bundled service and end device packages.

Market for Biometric Solutions Related to Financial Services Projected to Reach $657 Million in 2019, TrendForce Reports

5 November 2015

The advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) has propelled the demand for better security solutions on electronic devices. Apple’s iPhone 5s, which was released in 2013, was the first smartphone to feature a fingerprint recognition system as to further guarantee user privacy. Since then, interests on the developments of various biometric identification technologies have been rising.

TrendForce 2016 IT Industry Forecast – Competitions Among End Products to Expand Into Emerging Markets Next Year as Mobile Devices Drives IoT Growth

15 October 2015

Global market research firm TrendForce held its 2016 IT Industry Forecast Conference at Room 101 of the NTUH International Center in Taipei, Taiwan, on October 15, 2015. The conference was divided into two sessions, with the first part devoted to forecasts on tech industries for 2016.

TrendForce Reports Foxconn Is Raising Share of Automation Involvement in Pepper Robot Assembly Line to Meet Growing Demand

16 September 2015

Pepper, a humanoid intelligent robot developed by Japanese telecom giant Softbank, has been an incredible success in its home country. The first batch of 1,000 Pepper units that was released to the Japanese consumer market earlier this June was sold out under a minute, as with later waves of limited pre-orders.

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