This infographic from Microsoft illustrates the breadth of the company’s technology, from gaming and entertainment, to operating systems and applications, to search and social.
orkut was once the most popular social network in Brazil, but Facebook has since taken the top spot.
Google seems to be keeping hold on a solid third of the market for sign-ins.
A majority still prefer some login other than Facebook, and Facebook’s dominance has dwindled since Q3 2012.
Facebook put an end to a slide that had lasted a couple of consecutive quarters and seen its share of logins drop from 54% to 46%.
On consumer brand sites, Google made the biggest gains in social sign-in share.
By Q1 2013, Facebook social login use had dropped down to a 46% share, while Google rose to 34%.
Facebook was once again the leading option in Q1 2013 for social logins.
In addition to being the No. 4 US website overall, Google’s YouTube was unquestionably the top destination for online video, averaging over 132 million monthly unique viewers and a staggering 15 billion video streams per month.
According to Nielsen, Americans on the web were most inclined to search, socialize, shop, browse or, of course, look things up on Wikipedia.