Since 1997 we have been researching the usage of internet and mobile technologies and reporting on their subsequent conversion. Our research seeks to provide understanding of the emerging consumer landscape and predict the technologies with the potential for success.
Some recent work we have carried out in this area includes:
Ofcom's report on telecoms services provided to consumers with disabilities
Ofcom have now published the research we conducted for them, revealing what information the major fixed and mobile telecoms companies provide to consumers with disabilities about products and services that are designed to benefit them. This followed similar research we conducted in 2004 and 2006. If you would like to read more on the report, see the article published in The Guardian or download the full report.
Ofcom's Communications Report
Ofcom have released their seventh annual Communications Market report. It supports Ofcom's regulatory goal to research markets and remain at the forefront of technological understanding, the research for which was conducted by BDRC Continental.
The report acts as a reference source covering the UK communications sectors, aimed at industry, policy makers, analysts and consumers. It contains data and analysis on broadcast television and radio, broadband and fixed/mobile telephony, and also offers insights into how people are using the internet and converged devices to access audio-visual and audio content. To read more, have a look at the full report.
The piracy arms race
James has recently written an article entitled 'The piracy arms race' commenting on the ever-growing issue of piracy and touching on some interesting research that the team are conducting around this sensitive area.
Digital, internet, TV report