A new Ernst & Young report suggests digital entertainment revenue will eclipse traditional revenue within two years. There is a "frantic shift" now in a narrow window for companies to join the digital era, the report suggests. ZDNet says the report indicates alliances are going to be helpful in the transition, as will big data help in identifying and capturing new markets.
A report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project indicates one-third of Americans now own a tablet device like an iPad, Kindle Fire, Samsung Galaxy Tab or Google Nexus. There has been remarkable growth in the market. The reports suggests only 18 per cent had a tablet a year ago. And, of course, there weren't tablets little more than three years ago. Older, higher-income, and higher-educated Americans were more likely than others to own a tablet.
It is worth reading an online article about how online articles are not read in full. Slate reports on work by Chartbeat that examines how people read online and how few finish articles. Enough said.