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  • Google Pixel is Starting to Takeoff

    by Neil Mawston | 2月 12, 2019
    According to new research from our smartphone-tracker service, Google Pixel was the fastest-growing major smartphone brand in the United States in the fourth qu... ...
  • Huawei’s Product Lifting Has Paid Dividends in Q4 2018

    by Yiwen Wu | 2月 12, 2019
    In Q4 2018, Huawei beat industry average (down -6% YoY) and significantly grow its smartphone shipments by +48% YoY. Meanwhile, its smartphone wholesale revenue... ...
  • Q4’18: Online Channel Share Grew in India

    by Rajeev Nair | 2月 12, 2019
    Online channel segment dominated in the Indian smartphone market in Q4 2018. Per our latest report, available here, from the Handset Country Share Tracker (HCST... ...
  • Google Pixel Wearables Get Closer to Market

    by Neil Mawston | 2月 11, 2019
    Rumors have resurfaced this month that Google will launch a Pixel smartwatch or fitnessband in the United States and worldwide during 2019 (after a 20... ...
  • FLIR Imaging Business Taking to the Skies

    by Ken Hyers | 2月 11, 2019
    FLIR has become the global standard for thermal imaging technology. From phones to drones (and beyond) its thermal imaging technology is being used by contracto... ...
  • Car Sharing Prophets and Losses

    by Roger Lanctot | 2月 11, 2019
    Industry analysts are fond of painting terrifying pictures of catastrophic market changes resulting from disruptive technologies or business models. Nowher... ...
  • Ford Seeks Own Path to Car Sharing, IoT

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    It’s hard to be a thought leader around the future of transportation when the entire market seems to be moving in one of three directions simultaneously: ... ...
  • Automobility: The Bot in a Box Boom

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    The Automobility event, which starts today ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show, will be remembered for introducing the bot in a box. While Ford Motor Compan... ...
  • BMW: From DriveOwn to DriveNow

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    Every conference has a presentation that seizes the moment in a series of slides that slices to the heart of whatever industry transformation is afoot. Suc... ...
  • Uber: We Don't Know What We Don't Know

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    Two pictures (above) tell a story. In one eight-year-old picture a Toyota Prius without a driver delivers a pizza in San Francisco. In a separate picture, a pe... ...
  • Uber Nicht Über Alles

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    Lost in the swirl of negative publicity around Uber offering rides during last week’s taxi strike in New York City (held in protest of the Trump Administr... ...
  • Onerous Car Ownership?

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    As the automotive industry faces and embraces its future in car sharing and a broad range of other ad hoc car usage scenarios and, ultimately, autonomous drivin... ...
  • Movin' On: Transportation Trascendence

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    I get in my car every day and I ask myself: Really? Is this the best we can do? Is this as good as it gets? There’s got to be a better way.... ...
  • Uber's Winter of Discontent Turns Fatal

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    A week ago, New York City livery driver Douglas Schifter committed suicide in front of City Hall in New York after posting a 1,700-word note on Facebook regardi... ...
  • Uber's Monkey in the Wrench

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    The news of a pedestrian fatality in Tempe, Ariz., resulting from the operation of an Uber autonomous vehicle has set off alarm bells throughout the AV developm... ...
  • The Good, the Bad ... and Tesla, and Uber

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    In "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" circa 1971, Gene Wilder plays a vaguely misanthropic Willy Wonka who leads the young winners of his golden wrapper co... ...
  • Are We Over Uber? Bring on the Taxibots

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    From sexual harassment, to surveilling regulators, to Uber drivers and taxi drivers committing suicide (because they can't make a living) the pervasive creepine... ...
  • Ford in DC: Refining Autonomous

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    When cities put on a press event to announce they are welcoming a company to town to test autonomous vehicles within the city limits the news is greeted with po... ...
  • Bounce: Driver Compensation Innovation

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    There’s a new kid on the rideshare block, Bounce, which is rewriting the rules of driver compensation. In fact, the company’s compensation inno... ...
  • CES 2019: Robotaxis vs. Micro Transit

    by James Messeder | 2月 08, 2019
    Attendees of CES 2019 arriving at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport next week will have four options for getting to their hotels:  a shuttle offerin... ...