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Podcast: Technology, Media and Telecommunications alterations in 2011


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For the last few years the areas of technology, media and telecommunications have been evolving intensively. This factor determines the increase of the supply of modern and sophisticated products, influencing not only business sectors but also ordinary lives of private individuals.

We will discuss the alterations and forecasts of technology, media and telecommunications for the year 2011 in an interactive interview, which you can listen via the Internet at the bottom of the player or downloading an MP3 file to your computer.

You may find more information about it in this podcast. Use the web player at the bottom of this page to listen to the podcast or download the mp3 file to your computer.

Topics:

• Major alterations in the worldwide computer technology market for 2011;
• Trends of Tablet PCs demand growth in the business segment;
• Social networks impact on the advertising market;
• Predictions on computer game market for 2011.

Guest speaker:

Laura Puodžiūnaitė, Deloitte Consulting and risk services manager.

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