About half of US video gamers who owned an internet-connected console like PlayStation or Xbox had paid for a game via digital download in the past year.
After being named the brand of the year in 2013, Google was in the thick of things again in 2014.
Americans still use their game consoles mostly for playing video games, but video on-demand (VOD) and streaming services are capturing more of console usage time.
Almost 55% of online video views on iOS devices had a problem with buffering, compared to 50% of video views on Xbox, 49% on Android, and only 36% on PCs using Flash.
Nike+Kinect video game producers put together this infographic to illustrate the costs of working out at home by playing a video game vs buying a gym membership.
Facebook, with a score of 66.6, came in second only to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (perhaps not best described as a “brand”), the leader with a score of 77.8.
Cable subscribers spent 59.5 hours in August watching TV shows and movies on a variety of devices, vs. only about half as much time for non-subscribers.
Frequency Of Alternative TV Viewing [TABLE]Rate this post via emarketer.com Viewers are not only availing themselves of new paths to content, they also are now watching shows in a variety of ways. More than one-third of respondents watched TV programs on an over-the-top device or via another alternative platform at least once a month, according […]