Business execs worldwide turned to their devices for a wide variety of information.
When a July 2014 Deloitte study asked subscribers in the US about which activities they conducted more frequently via their mobile networks since signing up for 4G, 33% said they watched more video.
Mobile application usage – defined as a user opening an app and recording a session – increased by 76% year-over-year.
Finance, family and food domains were the most susceptible to bots, with respective traffic rates coming in at 22%, 18% and 16%.
Some 84% of global online consumers aged 16 and older report sharing content online.
Organic search remains the leading method by which US adults find online information and websites.
The big surprise in affluents’ media usage is the way older and younger age groups access media.
American adults have the most trust in local TV news, finds Harris Interactive, with 78% having at least some trust that it will get them the news fairly and accurately.
Just 32% of smartphone-toting mothers told BabyCenter they watched videos daily on their phones—through sites such as YouTube.
The two most important genres for pay-TV and non-pay-TV subscribers are news and prime-time shows.