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#WorldWide PC Shipments in 2013 stood at 315.10 Million Units. .
#PortablePc’s Shipment stood at 178.40 Million followed by #DesktopPc’s at 136.70 Million units.
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#India’s overall #Teledensity and #TelephoneSubscribers in May 2014.
Overall #Teledensity registered at 75.51% i.e. 93.83 Crore Subscribers with 73.25% of #Wirelessbase i.e. 91.02 Crore Subscribers and 2.27% of #Wirelinebase i.e. 2.82 Crore Subscribers out of Total Population of around 125 Crore.
Total number of Telephone subscribers was 93.83 Crore out of total population of around 125 crore registering 75.51% Tele density during the period.
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The number of telephone subscribers in India increased from 933.00 million at the end of March, 2014 to 935.81 million at the end of April, 2014, thereby showing a monthly growth of 0.30%. The share of urban subscribers has declined from 59.51% to 59.44% whereas share of rural subscribers has increased from 40.49% to 40.56% in the month of April, 2014. The overall Teledensity in India increased from 75.23 at the end of March, 2014 to 75.38 at the end of April, 2014.
Total wireless subscriber base increased from 904.51 million in March, 2014 to 907.44 million at the end of April, 2014, registering a monthly growth of 0.32%. The overall wireless Teledensity in India has increased from 72.94 at the end of March, 2014 to 73.10 at the end of April, 2014.
Wireline subscriber base declined from 28.49 million at the end of March, 2014 to 28.36 Million at the end of April, 2014. Net reduction in wireline subscriber base was 0.12 million at the decline rate of 0.44%. The overall wireline Tele-density has slightly decreased from 2.30 in March, 2014 to 2.28 in April, 2014
6th January 2014
Internet-connected devices growing in popularity
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week allows technology developers to showcase the latest gadgets that may become must-haves for many Americans. As attendees get a glimpse of the industry’s future, Gallup finds that the devices Americans own have changed over the past decade, with ownership of laptops (64%) and iPods/MP3 players (45%) up most dramatically from 2005. Meanwhile, far smaller proportions of Americans now own VCRs and basic cellphones, which were a staple to many in the past.
These results come from a Dec. 5-8 Gallup telephone survey of 1,031 national adults, with roughly half of the respondents reached on cellphones and half on landlines.
Technology and consumer electronics is a dynamic field; devices that are commonplace can quickly become obsolete as new products emerge. That Gallup did not ask about a number of electronic products and services in 2005 that were included in the current update is testimony to these changes.
Compared with 2005, fewer Americans today have desktop computers, VCRs, and basic cellphones, while there have been substantial increases in ownership of MP3 players and laptops, with slight increases in ownership of video game systems and satellite TV. Meanwhile, most Americans say they have Internet access at home through Wi-Fi (73%) or have smartphones with Web access (62%).
Still, even in the face of such rapid innovation, some items have showed remarkable staying power since 2005. Ownership of cable TV (68%) has not changed, even as speculation abounds that Internet streaming services such as Hulu, Netflix, or Roku could displace cable. Essentially the same share of Americans own DVD or Blu-ray players as in 2005, 80%, and this is the most commonly owned electronic device.
Generational Differences in Technology Ownership
The youngest American adults — those aged 18 to 29 — favor a different portfolio of technology devices than their older compatriots do. Smartphone ownership among the young is nearly universal (88%), and it is the most common device among this group. Eighty-three percent of 18- to 29-year-olds have wireless Internet access at home, and another 79% have a laptop.
Less common among younger Americans are items that are familiar to individuals of a different generation — about four in 10 younger Americans have a VCR (41%), and an identical percentage have a desktop computer. Meanwhile, a basic cellphone, which 86% of 18- to 29-year-olds owned in 2005, is now the least commonly owned technology device among this age group (24%).
This is not to say that older generations have been left behind as technology changes. Recent research suggests that the largest growth in Facebook over the past year came from the oldest cohort of Americans, aged 65 and older. But older Americans are most likely to have older forms of technology, including cable TV (74%) and the now essentially obsolete VCR (74%), although 70% own DVD players. A majority of Americans aged 65 and older own a basic cellphone (61%), while one-quarter own a smartphone.
About half of older Americans have wireless Internet access in their homes. Portable Internet-based or Internet-providing devices are less popular with American seniors: one-quarter have tablet computers, while 16% have an iPod or MP3 player and 15% have an Internet streaming service. Video game systems are the least popular electronic product among older Americans, at 10%.
All in all, the five devices that skew the youngest are smartphones, video game systems, Internet streaming services, iPod or MP3 players, and laptop computers. And the five devices that skew the oldest are satellite TV, cable TV, desktop computers, VCRs, and basic cellphones.
The week’s CES show could unveil another electronic device that will soon be ubiquitous in American life. Of course, in the process, these new devices will begin displacing other popular technology. The constantly evolving nature of the technology scene is why so many people find it exciting, and as this Gallup poll shows, technology ownership has changed dramatically since 2005. Portable Internet-connected devices such as laptops and smartphones are generally more favored, while older forms of technology such as desktop computers, VCRs, and basic cellphones are falling out of fashion.
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India’s Telecom Subscriber Base including both Wireless and Wireline have reached 915 Million or 91.5 crore
#IndiaTelecomSector Subscriber data with #Teledensity 74% of India is connected via Telecom #Wireless #Wireline
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