According to a study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) each of the top seven fastest growing occupations projected for 2000 to 2010 falls within an IT or computer-related field.
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The Wireless Data Research Group has estimated the market for low-power, low-speed data networks will hit $8 billion by 2007, though it's likely to start in industrial areas like factory automation and petrochemical processing.
Products based on 802.11g picked up where 802.11b slackened in the second quarter of 2003 and helped maintain strong growth in wireless networking...
Allied Business predicts there will be only a paltry 2,000 laptops with "micro" fuel cells shipped worldwide in 2004.Four years later, that could spiral upward to 1 million fuel cell laptops and $150 million in revenue, growing to 120 million laptops and $1.
The worldwide antivirus software market proved to be a primary area for security spending in 2002, achieving $2.2 billion in revenues and representing an impressive 31% increase over 2001.
The government gave itself a pat on the back yesterday, claiming that its campaign to bring high speed Internet access to the masses has boosted broadband subscriptions to a record 2.3 million British homes and businesses.
The worldwide disk storage market saw both gains and losses in the second quarter of 2003, according to market researcher IDC.Global revenue declined to $4.
Maker Q2 Sales GrowthNokia $41.2MM 17.
The first difference is that mobile phone penetration is significantly higher in Western Europe and Japan than the US or Canada. Mobile penetration averaged 80% in Western Europe at the end of 2002, and ranged from highs of more than 90% in Italy and Portugal to a low of approximately 65% in France, according to data from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
According to the latest report from Harris Interactive's YouthPulse service, young people in the US, ages eight to 21, have annual incomes totaling $211 billion as of June 2003, representing an annual spending power of $172 billion.Harris also finds that 15% of young people's spending is done online.