73% of US adults were unfamiliar with the concept of the Internet Of Things.
Books and items related to travel and entertainment were the top products and services purchased online by digital buyers in South Africa.
The vast majority of mobile phone and tablet owners have purchased products and services on their devices.
UK households with children were 26% more likely than the average household to visit information sites online.
This inforgraphic by Wired illustrates Lego’s licensing deals and how it has built a brand empire.
Deloitte reports that 47% of respondents expected to shop online this holiday season, making it the most popular shopping channel.
A majority of US shoppers combine online and in-person sources when purchasing in areas such as consumer electronics (70%) and toys (66%).
Clothing and beauty ranked as the top product categories for which moms shopped on their smart phones and tablets, at 56% and 47%, respectively.
A mix of larger and smaller online product categories will post the highest CAGRs from 2012 to 2017.
Computer and consumer electronics, as well as apparel and accessories, account for the bulk of US retail eCommerce sales.