What's NOT Going to Happen in Technology Markets in 2010?

Dec. 16, 2009
Fake Chinese phones will not destroy the handset market

Compared to this time last year, things seem to be looking up on a number of fronts, according to ABI Research, which recently released its study, "Whats Not Going to Happen in 2010."

Their predictions include:

  • eReaders will NOT reach mass market appeal
  • There will be NO iPhone killer, only an ever increasing herd of iPhone wannabes.
  • Fake Chinese phones will NOT destroy the handset market
  • PCMCIA Cellular Data Card Modems will NOT make a comeback
  • Mobile person-to-person payments will NOT gain mass market acceptance in the U.S. in 2010
  • Social networking will NOT go through 2010 unscathed by security breakdowns
  • Consumer telematics will NOT reach mass market status in 2010

To view the full report visit http://www.abiresearch.com/whitepaperDL.jsp?id=43

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