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Global LCD TV Shipments Fell 20.9% in First Quarter Due to Weak Demand, Says TrendForce

27 April 2016

Global shipments of LCD TV sets in the first quarter of 2016 totaled about 48.32 million units, according to the latest report by WitsView, a division of TrendForce. This figure represents a 20.9% quarterly decline and also a 6.3% year-on-year drop. In addition to first quarter being the off season in the U.S. and Europe, the uncertain global economic outlook and the saturation of the Chinese TV market have put significant pressure on the overall LCD TV shipments.

TrendForce Reports Global Smartphone Shipments Reached 292 Million Units in First Quarter with iPhone Plunging 43.8%

18 April 2016

Global market research firm TrendForce reports that the worldwide smartphone shipments in the first quarter of 2016 totaled 292 million units, down 18.6% from the previous quarter and a year-on-year decline of 1.3%. The decrease was mainly attributed to market saturation. Leading brands such as Samsung and Apple no longer have the same growth momentum as before, so the overall shipments depended on contributions from Chinese brands and rising demand in India and other emerging markets.

TrendForce Projects Market Scale of Gaming PCs and Their Peripherals to Reach US$24.35 Billion as VR Application Spurs Hardware Demand

31 March 2016

After experiencing decline in end market demand last year, consumer electronics vendors now attempt to improve their profitability via differentiation. The PC gaming market is currently one of the niche segments that have huge opportunities. Thus, an increasing number of electronics brands are aggressively establishing themselves in the gaming PC hardware market. Part of their motivation comes from the rise of VR devices, which are expected to generate demand for new and better hardware.

TrendForce Reports Smartphone Component Suppliers Have Stepped Up Their Production since February Due to Strong Demand from Chinese Brands

22 March 2016

The global smartphone demand has been stagnant since the fourth quarter of 2015. All branded vendors therefore have lowered their shipment targets, and the entire market spent about three months on channel inventory digest. Avril Wu, smartphone analyst for the global market research firm TrendForce, said the stock up of Chinese branded smartphones started to pick up in the middle of February, as the inventory adjustment period came to an end.

Mobile Payment Expands into Various Consumer Applications and Will Add Wearables and Cars into Its Ecosystem This Year, Says TrendForce

15 March 2016

At this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), the mobile payment industry took another significant step in progress with the reveal of several cross-device payment services. Visa, for example, announced that it has partnered up with smartwatch maker Pebble and auto giant Honda to bring Visa’s payment services into cars and wearable devices.


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