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Connected video devices in the U.S. are expected to see slower growth to total 1.14 billion by 2026 — up from 1.04 billion this year, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence, based on October 2022 research.

This is largely attributable to the slower growth of video-enabled mobile phones — estimated …

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