2010: Predictions for the year ahead

The telecoms industry is beginning to see signs of economic recovery and can look forward to sustained, slow revenue growth in 2010, according to analyst research released by Informa Telecoms & Media.


4 comments

  1. Avatar App Developer 04/01/2010 @ 3:00 pm

    Is there any difference between this year’s predictions and last year’s!
    Widgets – the future – are you sure?
    ‘Beyond Apple, Google will be the vendor to make the greatest headway with its Android Market, possibly matching or even exceeding the App Store’s success.’
    Mark, that would be a remarkable achievement; especially given that Goog isn’t going to start delivering Nexus One’s until Spring…

    • Avatar StephB 04/01/2010 @ 4:00 pm

      Nexus One is not required as far as Android Market goes. Think of the LGs, Samsungs, Motorolas and HTCs of the world developing Android devices. If they’re clever, that’s where the volumes are

  2. Avatar David Deans 01/02/2010 @ 11:06 pm

    Regarding App Store trends, perhaps the BlackBerry app store still has the edge for business-oriented smartphone users.

    FYI, Cisco will announce new insight about the Mobile Internet market opportunity (including the latest VNI market study results) at an upcoming webcast – details are here http://bit.ly/mobile-internet

  3. Avatar Francisco De Jesús 19/10/2010 @ 1:55 am

    Hi Telecom
    First congratulations for the helpful information of your site.

    Then, a suggestion: the right poll banner is showing Palm OS and it is Palm webOS . Thanks.

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