“Tablets like the Apple iPad, Google Nexus and Samsung Galaxy are reportedly crashing. If this is the typical course of the Wave, what's next?” says technology industry analyst Jeff Kagan.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 05, 2014
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“Tablets are brand new. Sales started just a few short years ago. It all started with the Apple iPad and was quickly followed by assorted others like Google Nexus and Samsung Galaxy with Android,” says wireless analyst Jeff Kagan.
“Now Best Buy says tablet sales are crashing. Not slowing down, but crashing,” says technology analyst Kagan.
“Slowing tablet sales should not be a surprise. Every technology rides its own growth wave, and no wave grows forever. It grows, crests then falls. Some waves last many years, others just a few. Will tablets start growing once again or have they seen their best days?” asks tech analyst Kagan.
“This should not be unexpected. This is the nature of business. Every technology rides its own wave up then down again. The question we should be asking now is what’s next? So what’s the next wave?” says principal analyst Kagan.
This is an important question for investors, workers, partners and the entire tech industry.
Read Jeff Kagan’s column today.
About Jeff Kagan
Jeff Kagan is an industry analyst, consultant, columnist, author, speaker and futurist. He shares his opinion in many ways over 25 years. Helping to understand our changing world, technology, industry and competition.
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