Gartner Estimates Home 3D Printer Shipments Will Grow 49% This Year
While I'm wary of analyst reports that offer exact figures, Gartner expects 56,507 sub-$10,000 3D printers to ship in 2013, a 49 percent jump over last year. They also expect 98,065 units sold in 2014
Sad clown: Some dude in Venezuela estimates that iPad orders dropped sharply this weekend
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/sad_clown.jpg">After pre-selling <a HREF="http://www.crunchgear.com/2010/03/14/ipad-sales-estimated-to-top-120000-on-first-day/">120,000<
ABI research believes "Blued Tooth" will soon be important
ABI research analyst Douglas McEuen believes that a new technology named “Blued Tooth” will become an important part of the technical landscape between now and 2050. The new standard, rele
Analysts sort of recommend iPhone for enterprise then go play golf
Gartner analyst Ken Dulaney wrote a report entitled “iPhone 2.0 Is Ready for the Enterprise, but Caveats Apply” and essentially stated: Enterprises should approach expanded use of the iPho
Analyst predicts computer mouse dead in 3-5 years
Gartner analyst Steve Prentice has predicted that the computer mouse will become a thing of the past over the next 3-5 years. "The mouse works fine in the desktop environment but for home enterta
Problems in Apple stock point to upcoming iPhone upgrade?
Sadly, this is the only one left. Analysts are predicting that a new 3G iPhone will appear sooner than later based on supply problems at 20 Apple retail stores nationwide. Piper Jaffray’s Gene M
3G iPhone within six months says subprime-ravaged Citibank
[photopress:citiphone.jpg,full,center] Given the bank’s top notch performance during that whole subprime thing, would you trust Citibank’s opinion on anything these days? One of its fancy
Mac Sales On A Roll For Q1
According to research firm Gartner, Apple is doing better than anyone could have imagined. Thanks to the rusty launch of Windows Vista, Mac Sales have shot up almost 30% in the first quarter of 2007.