Gartner has raised its worldwide IT spending prediction from $3.9 trillion in January to $4.1 trillion. It said IT spending will recover in North American and Western Europe by the end of the year.
The analyst firm Gartner has predicted that there will be 6.2 billion in-use devices this year and that in 2022 this figure will see a further increase to 6.4 billion as working styles change.
The analyst firm Gartner has said that it expects IT spending by governments to increase by 5.1% this year as they invest more in devices and telecoms to let employees get work done from home.
Shipments of smartphones globally decreased by 5% in the fourth quarter of 2020 compared to the same period in 2019. Over the whole year, sales declined by more than 12% compared to 2019.
Gartner has predicted that workers will try to evade AI tracking tools deployed by their employer. By 2023, it said as many as 10% of employees will try to find holes in the tracking systems.
5G smartphones will account for 35% of all smartphone sold in 2021 according to the analyst firm Gartner. In China, it's expected that 59.5% of smartphones will be equipped with 5G this year.
Gartner has released its latest predictions surrounding IT spending in 2021 and 2022. Last year saw negative growth in IT spend due to businesses cutting back but growth looks strong this year.
Gartner has said that spend in the global wearable market will reach $81.5 billion this year, up 18.1% compared to 2020 where spend reached $69 billion. Ear-worn devices will create the most spend.
The analyst firm, Gartner, has reported that 3Q20 saw a decline in smartphone sales compared to 3Q19. It said that the next quarter looks better but sales will still be hampered due to COVID-19.
Gartner has said that the Internet of Things is set to have a big impact on supply chains in the next 2-5 years. Last year, it said 59% of businesses it had asked had already begun leveraging IoT.
Gartner says that smartphone shipments fell by 20% YoY in Q2 2020, with Samsung seeing the biggest decline (27%), resulting in a tie with Huawei for first place. Apple, however, sold 0.4% fewer units.
Gartner has forecasted that worldwide 5G infrastructure spend will almost double compared to last year. It said Greater China (China, Taiwan, Hong Kong) would lead on 5G adoption in the short term.
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Due to the ongoing pandemic, a majority of companies have shifted to work-from-home arrangements. This has resulted in PC shipments growing worldwide in the second quarter of 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the tech industry as companies moved hardware launches online. According to Gartner, device shipments for 2020 are expected to drop by 13.6%.
Gartner has said that the worldwide semiconductor market saw revenue drop in 2019 compared to 2018. Most semiconductor firms saw negative growth except Intel and Apple which leapfrogged competitors.
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Gartner has announced that in 2023, the net additions of autonomous-ready vehicles will reach more than 740,000. The figure was at just 137,000 in 2018 which shows decent growth in the market.
A new forecast by Gartner suggests that decision support by artificial intelligence will give businesses a big boost in the next six years. It'll become the most valuable use of AI for businesses.
Gartner has reported that smartphone sales declined by 2.7% in 1Q 2019. The top five brands, in terms of sales, were Samsung, Huawei, Apple, Oppo, and Vivo, with Xiaomi narrowly placing sixth.
Gartner has predicted that 30 million foldable phones will be shipped in 2023. The firm said that manufacturers will continue to experiment with the foldable form factor to find what users like.
Gartner's 2019 CIO Survey has revealed that 37% of organizations around the world are now using AI in some form or another. Some popular use cases include chatbots and fraud protection.
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Gartner claims that 25% of digital workers will be using virtual employee assistants daily by 2021, up from just 2% in 2019. Gartner also said more assistants will move from text to voice input.
New market analysis data by Gartner shows Microsoft is now among the top five PC companies in the US, as its Surface line now accounts for 4.1 percent of PC market share in the country.
In the midst of a sales slump for the past five years, many have hoped that there would be a rebound, but most recent data points to the tide against the traditional PC continuing well into 2017.
For the second year in a row, Microsoft has emerged as the clear leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant. The analysis chalks up a company's 'ability to execute' versus its 'completeness of vision'.
Gartner's final statistics for 2016 are in, and they spell doom for Microsoft's and Blackberry's mobile efforts. Meanwhile, Apple dethroned Samsung to become top selling vendor during the holidays.
A new Gartner market analysis for the shipment of PCs, 2-in-1s, tablets and phones in 2017 forecasts that Apple will overtake Windows for the first time this century. The market is set to stagnate.
Gartner's annual report on device shipments projects a 3 percent overall decline, which is consistent with 2015's .75 percent decrease. Mobile phone shipments are also expected to fall 1.6 percent.
Gartner says 1.97m Windows phones were sold last quarter, compared with 1.2m Lumias, but global market share dropped again, to 0.6%. Android grew to 86.2%, with Samsung grabbing 22.3% of the market.
The latest data from Gartner shows that the PC market has continued its overall decline with Apple seeing a big drop. But there are signs things might be better in the next few quarters.
Windows phones now account for just 0.7% of the worldwide smartphone market - down from 2.5% a year ago - and it appears that as few as 100,000 non-Lumia Windows phones were sold in Q1 of this year.
It's no secret that the PC is no longer the king of the computing world in terms of shipments, but only two vendors of the top five actually managed a small growth, while the others saw a big hit.
Gartner has published a new report predicting that PC shipments will finally bottom out in 2016 but smartphone market will increase only by 7%, its first single-digit growth up till now.
Gartner global smart phone sales figures for the fourth quarter of 2015 are now available, leaving Windows at 1.1% of smart phone sales. Android and iOS combine for 98.5% of global sales.
Technology research company Gartner has predicted that Windows 10 is set to become the OS with the fastest migration ever, after 7 and 8.1. The free upgrade offer was seen as the reason behind it.
For the third quarter of 2015, PC shipments remain on a constant decline. Windows 10 is being blamed by research firms, after Microsoft's offer of a free upgrade to the OS for existing PCs.
According to the latest Gartner report, the overall market will grow slower than expected this year, but two and a half billion devices, including PCs, smartphones and tablets, will still get sold.