Electronic Device Markets Seen as Stagnant in 2017

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LauraMathew
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Electronic Device Markets Seen as Stagnant in 2017
LauraMathew   1/9/2017 6:15:02 AM
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Manufacturers have look for advice and lessons to be learned for the industry in 2017 and beyond.

 

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Redflag3   1/9/2017 9:36:30 AM
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This market could be increase in 2008, with all the smart object and connected stuff in will be released !

Watch out the Alexa stuff with big interest !



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