Internet addiction is real. 60% of people can’t go without WiFi access for more than a day.
A widely cited statistic in Mary Meeker’s State of the Internet report about how often Americans check their smartphones is probably bogus, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
In 2012, the value of global mergers and acquisitions fell by 35%, but deal volume held steady.
There’s more of just about everything in Nielsens’ 2012 state of the social union report … all except the poor old PC.
For traditional businesses, social media is like a virus: it’s furious, fast-growing, and impossible to ignore.
Venture capital investments declined in both dollars and deal volume this quarter, according to the latest TheMoneyTree report.
ComScore released its July 2012 Top 50 web properties in the U.S. report yesterday, and it has a few surprises.
The teenage demographic spends the least amount of time watching television, talking on the phone or using personal computers, according to a Nielsen report about how young people engage media. Mobile technology appears to be what they use most.
The pace of new domain name registrations shows no signs of slowing down: Consumers and companies signed up for 7.9 percent more in 2010.
Visits to green and travel-related websites had the most noticeable increase in March, according to the latest comScore Media Metrix report which ranks the top 50 U.S. web properties every month.
Concerns about privacy on social networks have increased drastically since a year ago among older users, but not younger ones, a new study shows.