Archive for the ‘Consumer Products’ Category

Last month, PC World released its Top 100 technology products of 2010. This is a good reference list to see where innovation is occuring, areas for upcoming marketplace disruption, see which companies have the best outlooks,  and to wet the appetite for any technology enthusiasts for their next set of gadget purchases.

The top 100 by product category (total and % of Top 100) breaks down as shown below between Tablets, PC and E-Readers, HDTV and Home Theatres, Mobile Phones and Apps, Digital Cameras and Printers, Productivity Software, Storage and Useful Gadgets, and Web Services and Games.



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Is it possible that wrist watch production and sales could actually be growing?    Conventional wisdom is that the always with you devices such as cell phones and ipods have driven down demand for watches, particularly in the younger generation who have grown up with cell phones.     Data from 2003-2005 supports this premise– here are some key stats from a Wall Street Journal article in 2005. (more…)

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