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Overall sales of video games fell short of expectations for 2010 but are expected to climb back up for 2011 as people embrace new ways of playing games online and on mobile devices, according to retail research firm NPD Group.
Mini-Note/Slate OCs Driving Growth; Taiwanese Projected Capacitive Suppliers Gaining Santa Clara, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) December 29, 2010 In its Q4â€™10 Touch Panel Market Analysis update, DisplaySearch indicated that the worldwide touch screen industry is on track for more than 30% Y/Y growth in 2010.
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Chinese Manufacturers Share of Global Solar Cell Shipments Rises to 51% in Q3 2010 San Francisco, CA (Vocus) December 16, 2010 Global photovoltaic demand was 4.0 GW in Q3â€™10 up 107% on one year earlier, according to Solarbuzz®, an international solar energy market research and consulting company.
NEW YORK, Dec. 13, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a new study commissioned by Child's Play Communications from The NPD Group Inc., a leading market research company, 79% of all moms in the U.S. with children under the age of 18 are active in social media.
According to retail research firm NPD Group, a strong turnout by shoppers for Black Friday boosted US video game sales 8 percent last month, marking the strongest November on record, but sales for the entire year are likely to be flat.
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While 3D TV Captures Consumer Attention, the Industry Tunes Into Connected TV Global Connected TV Shipments Forecast to Reach 118 Million in 2014 Santa Clara, CA (Vocus) October 18, 2010 While much of the news coverage surrounding TV features concentrates on 3D, the quiet revolution of connected TV is reaching new heights with over 40 million units expected to ship in 2010.
The NPD Group unveiled more data this week that shows sales of videogame gear and software at stores dropped again in September.
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