Forrester Research

Survey Says: E-Readers Are Racing Toward Extinction

By Dan Eldridge
December 25, 2012 // 8 Comments

I can’t even begin to count the number of articles I’ve seen over the past few weeks about the swiftly growing popularity of tablet computers. A week or two after the holiday season has ended, I suspect we’ll start seeing solid proof—one way or the other—in the form of sales [...]

Amazon could sell 3 to 5 million Android tablets in the 4th quarter

By Chris Meadows
August 30, 2011 // 3 Comments

A Forrester Research analyst has made a blog entry suggesting that Amazon could sell as many as 3 to 5 million Android tablets in the 4th quarter of 2011, if it prices them under $300. Forrester is issuing a report going into the rationale behind these findings in detail—of course, that report [...]

Digital publishing about economics, Forrester analyst James McQuivey says

By Chris Meadows
November 17, 2010 // 2 Comments

After posting a blog entry last week about Forrester’s new five-year forecast for e-books, analyst James McQuivey has written a follow-up post responding to reader comments and to an interview by John Thompson of Cambridge University. McQuivey holds that people seem to impart some kind of special [...]

Forrester survey shows that laptops are most popular e-book reader

By Chris Meadows
November 8, 2010 // 6 Comments

What’s the most popular way to read an e-book? Not what you think. According to a recent Forrester survey, Wired reports, for e-reading the Kindle actually comes in slightly behind laptop computers as consumers’ e-book reading platform of choice. More than 1/3 of those surveyed preferred [...]

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