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Smartphones and tablets continue to increase their penetration into French homes, even as traditional television screens continue their retreat.
For the first half of 2014, France’s Conseil supérieur de l’audiovisuel (CSA) said more than 59% of individuals over 15 years old now had a smartphone, up from 56% in 2013, and that tablets had reached 32% of French homes, an increase of more than 11% in the first six month s of the year.
New research says smartphones will continue to see strong growth through 2017 worldwide as prices drop and demand increases.
Futuresource Consulting forecast overall CE spend to reach $733 billion by 2018, with smartphone sales peaking at $343 billion.
The report said that despite sluggish TV sales, CE vendors still will see sales increase to $707 billion this year, up 4.5% from a year ago, driven in large part by mobile device sales that is expected to grow 24% Y/Y.
Australians continue to watch more television on more devices, according to a new report, which also said time-shifted viewing continues to gain traction.
The Australian Multi-screen Q3 2014 Report also found that – much like their U.S. counterparts -- the penetration of connected and mobile devices continues to grow as Australians finds new ways to consume content.
There’s always been big numbers thrown around in the video industry… it’s easy, for example, to see video streams grow 300% when you start at zero. It’s the law of small numbers. They’re easy to inflate fast.
But, as the amount of video online has continued to expand, the numbers we use to measure growth are accelerating.