There is a growing appetite for wearable technology and smart speakers in Australia, according to new research. Telsyte research also shows that 1 in 5 (20 per cent) Australian households at the beginning of July 2019 had at least one smart speaker, up from 16 per cent in December 2018.
By 2040, one in five retail purchases in Australia could be made by smart appliances and household devices, according to a new prediction from Telsyte. The figures are contained in Telsyte Australian [email protected] Market Study 2019 which forecasts the IoT-Commerce market could be worth more than $100 billion in Australia,
The use of smart speakers for shopping is on the up and up in Australia, with more households owning smart speakers, voice retailing or vcommerce proponents argue it could become as normal as mobile shopping is today. The Versa Voice Report said three quarters of smart speaker owners are already
Australian smart speaker sales are booming and Google is leading the market. Analyst firm Telsyte estimates around half a million Australian households currently own a smart speaker, up from less than 10,000 in 2016. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter By 2022, 3 million Australian households will have a
Revenues from smart audio devices like the Amazon Echo and Sonos One will grow from an estimated $2.5 billion in 2017 to over $10 billion by 2022, as more audio brands integrate voice assistants into their devices, according to a new report from Juniper Research. With competition heating up in