Ericsson has released its first regional consumer insight report focusing on trends and analysis of the mobile ecosystem in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Working life is changing for millions of people around the world. The great increase in connectivity is the starting point for new ways of innovating, collaborating and socializing. Our study implies that the behaviors of the next generation will dramatically transform working life.
The fourth edition ranks Stockholm, London and Singapore as top three cities and shows ICT can be an effective way of supporting sustainable development.
Johan Wibergh, Executive Vice President and Head of Business Unit Networks, discusses the latest Mobility Report and key findings.
Smartphone users were asked about their interest in, and the potential development of, 18 new services relating to important aspects of city life. The findings are presented in a ConsumerLab report.
Consumers expect mobile operators to deliver an experience that can match benchmarks set by other service industries.
As the Networked Society comes to life, ICT can transform a wide range of industries. Transport, utilities and music are already seeing big changes – and banking is next.
A report from the UN’s Broadband Commission identifies what governments can do to ensure their people reap the full benefits of broadband and sustainable development.
A study has been conducted investigating the socioeconomic benefits of faster broadband, looking at various economies around the world. As a result of the study, two reports have been written.
The Ericsson ConsumerLab TV & Media 2013 report looks at how the explosion of connected mobile devices in the home has opened a whole new world of possibilities when it comes to viewing TV and video content.