The majority of US children and teens under 18 have access to some sort of digital device.
Content longer than 10 minutes accounted for nearly 70% of time spent watching tablet video—more than the 63.0% share for desktop.
Mobile phones and tablets accounted for a combined 30% share of digital video views worldwide in Q3 2014, a quarter-over-quarter increase of 20%.
With Facebook still leading in social network adoption, it is overwhelmingly the dominant channel for discussion about current events.
Social media users are much more likely to share content via mobile devices after a major current event occurs.
51% of travel content social shares by US internet users took place through a smartphone or tablet.
For now, most research time is still spent on PCs.
PCs accounted for 72.2% of overall clicks for the subset of email addresses examined in the study, despite representing a smaller 64.2% of email addresses.
71% of American workers use desktop computers to get work done in the office.
Few videos were watched to full completion during Q2, reports Adobe.