Report: Mobile hardware will be a $500-billion industry by 2015

Report: Mobile hardware will be a $500-billion industry by 2015

gigaom.com
New We already know mobile is a big and rapidly growing industry, but research firm IHS iSuppli has painted a picture of just how expansive mobile communications has become. This year mobile equipment revenues globally will be $374 million, and in the space of three years wireless devices and infrastructure will...
Report: Mobile hardware will be a $500-billion industry by 2015
                                       

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