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Danemark : une poignée de main symbolique


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#breakingnews #danemark #main #news #poignée #symbolique #une

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Bleu 3/3

Les mains bleues, les 3 dernières photos en ligne sur pixelfed et ailleurs.

#main #bleu #quête #coccinelle #pomme #tasse #mug #ladybug #hand #apple #photo #blue

 
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Bleu 1/3

Les mains bleues, les 3 dernières photos en ligne sur pixelfed et ailleurs.

#main #bleu #quête #coccinelle #pomme #tasse #mug #ladybug #hand #apple #photo #blue

 
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Bleu 2/3

Les mains bleues, les 3 dernières photos en ligne sur pixelfed et ailleurs.

#main #bleu #quête #coccinelle #pomme #tasse #mug #ladybug #hand #apple #photo #blue

 
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INITIATION

Pour être initiée ou pour initier à quoi, aucune idée... il me manque des éléments...

#dessin #calligraphie #initiation #main #bleu #noir #drawing #calligraphy #hand #blue #black

 

Demonstration gegen das Polizeigesetz – Über tausend Menschen auf der Straße


Als Höhepunkt der Aktionswoche gegen das Polzeigesetz fand am
vergangenen Samstag (17.11.2018) eine Demonstration statt. Diese
startete am Hauptbahnhof und zog durch die Dresdner Innenstadt bis vor
das Polizeirevier in der Schießgasse.

Dabei bildeten wir zusammen mit unseren Mitstreiter\*innen von der FAU
und anderen anarchistischen Menschen den libertären Block, welcher mit
einem Hoch-Transparent und zahlreichen Fahnen geschmückt war. Dies war
ein deutliches Zeichen, um antiautoritäre Kräfte im Kampf gegen das
Polzeigesetz sichtbar zu machen und ein wichtiger Kontrapunkt gegen die
zahlreichen Parteifahnen, die auf der Demo ebenfalls zu sehen waren.

Ab 14 Uhr versamelten sich mehrere hundert Menschen am Wiener Platz.
Eine knappe Stunde später ging es los, über die St.Petersburger Straße
in nördlicher Richtung. Zu dieser Zeit war der Demonstrationszug auf gut
1500 Menschen angewachsen. Viele hatten Schilder, Transparente, Fahnen
oder selbstgebastelte „Gimmicks“ wie Pappkameras dabei, so dass der
Demonstrationszug ein sehr diverses und buntes Bild abgab. Noch
farbenfroher wurde es, als ungefähr auf Höhe des UFA-Palasts ein
Rauchtopf gezündet wurde. Es sollte nicht der letzte an diesem Tag
gewesen sein.

Auf Höhe der Bürgerwiese bog die Demonstration links ab, auf den
Dr.Külz-Ring, um zum Zwischenkundgebungsort vor der Altmarktgalerie zu
gelangen. Dort zeigte dann die sächsische Polzei einmal mehr, warum sie
so verrufen ist. Sie fotografierte mehrere kurdische Genoss\innen,
wegen ihrer YPG-und YPJ-Fahnen, obwohl diese ausdrücklich nicht verboten
sind. Kurze Zeit später wurden diese Personen, nachdem sie die Demo
verlassen hatten, von der Polizei aus der Straßenbahn gezogen und
kontrolliert. Eine grundlose Eskalation von Seiten der Cops und einmal
mehr der Beweis, dass mit allen Mitteln versucht wird, den kurdischen
Befreiungskampf und die politische Arbeit von Migrant\
innen zu
kriminalisieren.

Mehrere Redebeiträge wiesen auf die Gefahren des Polizeigesetzes in
Bezug auf Freiheitsrechte, Militarisierung der Polzei, Willkür,
Überwachung und vieles mehr hin. Es wurden während der gesamten Zeit am
Rande der Demonstration Flyer verteilt und das Gespräche mit
Passant\*innen gesucht.

Als sich der Protestzug in Richtung Postplatz wieder in Bewegung setzte,
schienen viele Teilnehmende aufgetaut zu sein und es wurde von diesem
Zeitpunkt an mehrmals sehr laut, sodass ein entschlossenes Zeichen gegen
die autoritären Gesetzesverschärfungen gesetzt wurde. Die Route ging
weiter über die Wilsdruffer Straße, zum Kulturpalast. Von dort über den
Fürstenzug, den Neumarkt bis schließlich in die Schießgasse vors
Polizeipräsidium, wo unter anderem das Anarchistische Netzwerk Dresden
seinen Redebeitrag verlas und die Demonstration gegen 18:00 beendet
wurde.

Auch nach der Demo ließ es sich die Polizei nicht nehmen, ihre
Machtposition zu untermauern. Vom Veranstaltungsleiter wurde die
Personalien kontrolliert. Die Cops wollen nun prüfen, ob gegen
Veranstaltungsauflagen verstoßen wurde. Der Vorwurf der zu langen
Seitentranspis wirkt an den Haaren herbeigezogen. Darüber hinaus soll
die Demo an einer Stelle von der festgelegten Route abgewichen sein.
Dies zeigt deutlich das Konzept der Polizei, Protest gegen das neue
Polizeigesetz schon von vorne herein zu behindern. Das repressive
Auftreten bei einer Demonstration, wo die Polizei selbst im Fokus steht,
spricht für sich.

Nichtsdestotrotz war es ein erfolgreicher, schöner und empowernder Tag.
Mit so vielen Menschen hatten viele von uns nicht gerechnet und auch die
Vielfältigkeit der Leute, welche sich dem Protest anschlossen, war
beeindruckend.

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Es zeigt eben doch, dass nicht alle Menschen hinnehmen wollen, dass ein
neues, extrem repressives Polizeigesetz verabschiedet wird, welches
verschiedene Grundrechte angreift und der Polizei noch mehr
Handlungspielraum und Machtkompetenzen geben möchte, als die, über
welche sie sowieso schon verfügt. In diesem Sinne: GEGEN DAS NEUE
SÄCHSISCHE POLIZEIGESETZ!!!

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GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


#2023 #billion #blake irving #bob parsons #customers #facebook #factset #global #godaddy #kkr #main street hub #million #sales #scott wagner #social media #twitter #wants

In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 

Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

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Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

Get The Smart Speaker Report

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

Get The Smart Speaker Report

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

Get The Smart Speaker Report

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

Get The Smart Speaker Report

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

Get The Smart Speaker Report

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

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Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

Get The Smart Speaker Report

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


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Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

Get The Smart Speaker Report

Join the conversation about this story »

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

Get The Smart Speaker Report

Join the conversation about this story »

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

Get The Smart Speaker Report

Join the conversation about this story »

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Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here's what companies can do about that


#about #adoption #barrier #companies #heres #main #smart #speaker #trust

*


Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.

With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.

To offer these stakeholders insight, Business Insider Intelligence asked more than 500 US consumers about their knowledge of smart speakers, the devices they do or don’t own and what led them to their purchase decisions, as well as the tasks they’re using their smart speakers for.

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence will look at the state of the smart speaker market and outline how each of the major device providers approaches the space. We will then focus on the key factors that affect whether or not someone owns one of these devices. Next, we will use our survey data to outline the reasons why people don’t own devices in order to offer guidance for who to target and how. Finally, we will discuss what consumers are actually doing with their smart speakers — specifically looking at how the devices are used and perceived in e-commerce, digital media, and banking — which can help companies determine how well they’re publicizing their smart speaker services and capabilities.

The companies mentioned in this report are: Amazon, Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sonos, LG, Anker, Spotify, Pandora, Grubhub, Netflix, Hulu, Instagram, Snap.

Here are some key takeaways from the report:

* Despite their growing popularity, nearly half of respondents still don't own a device — which presents a long runway for adoption. Our survey data reveals a number of key factors that impact whether or not someone owns one of these devices, including income, gender, and age.

* Smart speakers are establishing themselves as a key platform for e-commerce, media, and the smart home.

* The introduction of a screen to some smart speakers will expand the possibilities for companies developing for the device — but developers will need to resist the compulsion to use speakers to accomplish too much.

In full, the report:

* Provides an overview of the key players and products in the smart speaker market.

* Highlights critical adoption rates broken out by key factors that define the segment.

* Identifies how consumers are using devices in important areas where companies in various industries are trying foster greater use of the voice interface.

Get The Smart Speaker Report

Join the conversation about this story »

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GoDaddy Wants $5 Billion in Sales and 23 Million Customers by 2023


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In the year since GoDaddy named Scott Wagner CEO, the Internet-domain registrar and web-hosting company's stock is up 56%.

 
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