The global home appliance market is forecast to enjoy solid growth by year-end compared to a marginal increase last year, according to IHS.
The Apple iPad Air is cheaper to make than the third-generation iPad model, according to preliminary results from an IHS Inc. teardown.
Indium tin oxide (ITO) film and glass technology that currently dominates the market for touch-screen display coating is set to face some serious competition in the coming years, as alternative technologies capture a significant share of the market. ITO now has a massive lead in the market for transparent conductive coatings for touch screens, accounting…
With the iPad Air, Apple not only has trimmed the weight and thickness of its flagship tablet line, it has also cut the component cost, according to IHS.
As LED backlighting reaches its saturation point, LED suppliers are focusing their attention on a new growth opportunity in LED lighting, according to IHS.
Apple Inc. is triggering a new technology boom, with its integration of a fingerprint sensor on the iPhone 5s, according to IHS.
Nearly three-quarters of U.S. consumers are not interested in buying a smart TV during the next 12 months, according to a new IHS survey. However, the survey finds that demand increases when consumers are aware of what smart TVs are.
The U.S. TV Consumer Survey – 2013, conducted by IHS Inc., finds that nearly three-quarters of U.S. consumers are not interested in buying a smart TV during the next 12 months, although the chance of them buying one increases with more market education.
Global factory revenue for smartphones and tablets will exceed revenue for the entire consumer electronics (CE) market this year, marking the first time this has ever occurred, according to the Application Market Forecast Tool (AMFT) from IHS Inc.
Shipments of flat-panel TVs in the U.S. are projected to fall by seven percent in the second half of 2013 despite the holiday season as domestic demand continues on a downward track, according to IHS Inc.