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Digital 2021: the latest insights into the ‘state of digital’

Half a billion new social media users. 1.3 billion years spent using the internet. Trillions of dollars spent on ecommerce. If you’re looking for the latest digital insights and social media stats, you’ll find them all in our new Digital 2021 reports series. Published in partnership between We Are Social and Hootsuite , this year’s reports reveal that connected tech became an even more essential part of people’s lives over the past year, with social media, ecommerce, streaming conten...
Tags: Google, Mobile, Facebook, Ecommerce, Twitter, Japan, Instagram, Internet, Indonesia, China, Southeast Asia, Digital, US, Seo, Snapchat, Egypt


ITB Berlin NOW and Statista look back on 2020, a turbulent year in travel

Travel restrictions are affecting Germans' summer vacation plans - Domestic tourism not impacted as severely by the pandemic - Technological innovations, personalised travel services and the current low volume of travel could trigger a resurgence of the travel industry
Tags: Travel, Berlin, Statista, ITB


Alexa, Are You Creating Legal Issues for My Company?

Do you use a digital voice assistant at work? If not, you likely soon will. Alexa, Google Home and other smart speakers and smart assistants are becoming prolific not just in homes, but in the workplace as well. There are roughly 4.2 billion digital voice assistants in use worldwide in 2020, and Statista predicts that number to increase to 8.4 billion by 2024. The growing popularity of internet-connected, voice-activated smart speakers is easy to understand. With a simple phrase spoken to a pati...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Business, Microsoft, California, New Hampshire, Arkansas, Bia, Brian, Alexa, Right Now, Statista, Amazon Google, Alexa Google Home, Brian Schrader Esq


Smart Devices Dominate News

By Willem Roper, Jan 13, 2021 A new survey data from Statista shows a vast majority of newer generations in the U.S. get much of their news strictly from smart devices like phones, computers and tablets, while older generations are still receiving news from more traditional media like televisions, radio and print. SOURCE: Statista
Tags: Technology, News, Radio, News Media, Statista, General Interest, Smart Devices Dominate News, Willem Roper


What the U.S. Searched for in 2020

Source: Statista2020 has been an intense year and it also shows in the most common search terms in the U.S., revealed by Google. The coronavirus pandemic, the presidential elections and the Black Lives Matter protests dominated headlines and search requests. The coronavirus was the subject of three out of the top five most common search terms and had cash-strapped Americans look for ways to get their hands on stimulus checks and tax refunds. The elections had people asking Google why Nevada w...
Tags: Google, Infographic, Joe Biden, Search, Radio, 2020, Nevada, Kansas City, Black Lives Matter, Kamala Harris, Statista, General Interest, David Blake George Floyd, Cardi B Song


Walmart is piloting smart boxes that will keep grocery deliveries fresh as more people turn to online ordering

Walmart Walmart is partnering with HomeValet to facilitate deliveries of perishable groceries. HomeValet creates smart box that are divided into sections for frozen, refrigerated, and pantry items to keep them fresh. The delivery program will launch as a pilot, available to Walmart customers in Bentonville, Arkansas, where the retail giant is headquartered. Grocery delivery has spiked since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic last year: Nearly 80% of consumers surveyed bought groceries onl...
Tags: Amazon, US, Trends, Walmart, Ascential, Bentonville Arkansas, Statista, Walmart Walmart, Walmart Grocery, Mary Meisenzahl, Inmar Intelligence, HomeValet, Jack O Leary


The End of the Flash Era

Source: StatistaHaving long been considered a performance-hampering security risk, one of the technologies that shaped the face of the world wide web for the past two decades is quietly saying goodbye this week. On January 12, 2021, Adobe will officially pull the plug on Flash, blocking Flash content from running in Flash Player after having phased out support for it on December 31. “Open standards such as HTML5, WebGL, and WebAssembly have continually matured over the years and serve as viab...
Tags: Adobe, Infographic, Radio, Flash, Statista, General Interest, StatistaHaving


Least Affordable Housing Markets

Statista shows how the rise in housing prices continues to outpace the increase in wages across many parts of the world. For many cities, modest gains made in median yearly wages have been overshadowed by significantly higher increases in the cost of housing for the year. Data shows which cities have the highest discrepancy in median house prices and median wages.
Tags: Hong Kong, London, Radio, Statista, General Interest, Housing Markets


Online shopping is booming amid coronavirus

While the pandemic has interrupted our way of life in many ways, online shopping hasn’t lost a beat. In fact, it has continued to increase. From groceries to clothing, we are buying online like never before. Retail e-commerce sales in the U.S. Online shopping is growing so fast, it is predicted to nearly double from 2017 to 2023. In the U.S alone, we’re expecting to have 300 million online shoppers in 2023. That’s 91% of the entire country’s population! U.S. grocery online spending Major g...
Tags: Amazon, Walmart, Sport, Soccer, Statista, U S online, IPC Domestic E Commerce


Facebook Reaches 3.2 Billion People Each Month

Source: StatistaAcross its family of apps, Facebook now has more than three billion “monthly active people”, which it defines as “as a registered and logged-in user of Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and/or WhatsApp who visited at least one of these Family products through a mobile device application or using a web or mobile browser in the last 30 days as of the date of measurement.” While Facebook started reporting on this new metric in 2019, it hasn’t publicly shared new user data for Messenge...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Infographic, Radio, Statista, General Interest, Facebook Instagram Messenger, StatistaAcross


Remote Work Could Double Permanently

Source: StatistaRemote work has proved to be an effective replacement for many companies and employees throughout the year. While the absence of in-person collaboration has been tough to recreate, workflow and the organizational structure of workers has adapted well for a majority of industries. While some companies are itching to get their workforce back to the office, others are making decisions now that could permanently move a large chunk of employees to remote work for the foreseeable futur...
Tags: Infographic, Remote Work, Radio, Upwork, Statista, General Interest, StatistaRemote


Apple’s Premium Headphones Come at a Premium Price

Source: StatistaWhen Apple surprisingly announced its first pair of wireless over-ear headphones last week, the initial reaction was almost exactly the same wherever you looked: wow, these things are expensive. At $549, the AirPods Max seemed outlandishly pricey, even for Apple’s admittedly high standards. And while the price remains very high for what are still consumer headphones, as opposed to studio headphones used by professionals that can easily set you back $1,000+, the initial outrage...
Tags: Apple, Infographic, Radio, Statista, General Interest, AirPods Max, StatistaWhen Apple


What the U.S. Searched for in 2020

Source: Statista2020 has been an intense year and it also shows in the most common search terms in the U.S., revealed by Google. The coronavirus pandemic, the presidential elections and the Black Lives Matter protests dominated headlines and search requests. The coronavirus was the subject of three out of the top five most common search terms and had cash-strapped Americans look for ways to get their hands on stimulus checks and tax refunds. The elections had people asking Google why Nevada w...
Tags: Google, Infographic, Joe Biden, Radio, Nevada, Kansas City, Black Lives Matter, Kamala Harris, Statista, General Interest, Searches, David Blake George Floyd, Cardi B Song


Housing Construction Rebounds in the U.S.

Source: StatistaFollowing a surge in new housing starts to end 2019, the global COVID-19 pandemic reached the private housing construction industry in the U.S. and caused a record-low number of new projects in the country. After several straight months of growth, however, it looks as though housing construction is back to the high numbers of January and February. In data reported from the Department of Housing and Urban Development, around 1.5 million new housing constructions were started in...
Tags: Housing, Infographic, Radio, Construction, Statista, Department of Housing and Urban Development, General Interest, Housing Construction Rebounds


Neatsy wants to reduce sneaker returns with 3D foot scans

U.S.-based startup Neatsy AI is using the iPhone’s depth-sensing FaceID selfie camera as a foot scanner to capture 3D models for predicting a comfortable sneaker fit. Its app, currently soft launched for iOS but due to launch officially next month, asks the user a few basic questions about sneaker fit preference before walking through a set of steps to capture a 3D scan of their feet using the iPhone’s front-facing camera. The scan is used to offer personalized fit predictions for a selection of...
Tags: Amazon, Ecommerce, US, Tech, Adidas, UPS, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Zappos, Computer Vision, Statista, Prisma Labs, iPhone FaceID, Neatsy, Russia Neatsy, Puma Nike Jordan Air


Homebuyers Flee Manhattan

Source: StatistaReading the tabloids of New York City gives one the feeling that a great mass exodus of people are leaving the city for good in search of greener, more-spacious pastures. While the data on just how many people are leaving the Big Apple is still inconclusive, monthly reports on apartment purchases show Manhattan is far from where it was a year ago. A new report from real estate firms Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel show new contracts to buy co-op apartments in Manhattan were ...
Tags: Real Estate, New York City, Radio, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Greenwich, Big Apple, Statista, Douglas Elliman, General Interest, Miller Samuel


Shoppers who use food stamps are turning to Amazon to buy groceries online during the pandemic, and it could help the company win business away from Walmart

Amazon workers deliver groceries from Amazon Fresh in Brooklyn, New York. Brendan McDermid/Reuters Shoppers who use food stamps are increasingly turning to Amazon to buy groceries online during the pandemic. Over 1 million US households bought groceries online in September using Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program benefits, with the majority of that shopping taking place at Amazon and Walmart, according to Bloomberg. The rise in grocery delivery among those shoppers is particularly...
Tags: Amazon, Montana, US, Trends, Usda, Walmart, Bloomberg, Amazon Prime, Retail, Grocery Delivery, Herrmann, Snap, Food Stamps, Amazon Fresh, EBT, Statista


New iPhones Don’t Create as Much Buzz as They Used To

Source: StatistaApple’s 5G lineup has arrived. The company unveiled four new 5G-equipped iPhones during a virtual event on Tuesday, comprising the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Pro, the iPhone 12 Pro Max and the iPhone 12 mini. While Apple’s iPhone announcements are still preceded by months of rumors, alleged leaks and endless speculation, Google Trends data suggests that the events themselves no longer create as much buzz as they used to. Looking at global search interest for the term “iPhone” sh...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Infographic, Radio, Statista, General Interest, StatistaApple


The World’s Most Expensive Buildings

Source: StatistaThe folks over at MSN Money have compiled an interesting list of the world’s thirty most expensive buildings. The Saudis are well known for spending their petrodollars on everything from advanced military hardware to lavish construction projects and the kingdom is the sight of the world’s most expensive building. Actually, it is the sight of the two most expensive buildings on the planet. According to MSN Money, The Great Mosque of Mecca, also known as the Masjid al-Haram, is ...
Tags: Real Estate, News, Singapore, Radio, Mecca, Msn, Statista, Haram, General Interest, Great Mosque of Mecca, MSN Money, Maina Bay Sands


Which Cities Have the Highest Risk of a Housing Bubble?

Two German cities, Munich and Frankfurt, were found to have the highest risk of a housing bubble developing in a recent survey released by investment bank UBS. Other cities at risk were Toronto, Hong Kong, Paris, Amsterdam and Zurich. In Munich and Frankfurt, housing prices grew by more than 5 percent over the course of a year. Prices in Dubai (rank 24) continued to ease after housing boomed between 2010 and 2014 in connection to high oil prices. Unrest in Hong Kong also saw prices decline in...
Tags: Hong Kong, Real Estate, San Francisco, Infographic, Chicago, Radio, Frankfurt, Munich, Dubai, Ubs, Tokyo, Geneva, Madrid, Zurich, Statista, General Interest


The World’s Best Employers

Forbes partnered with market research firm Statista to compile our fourth-annual list of the World's Best Employers. We surveyed 160,000 full-time and part-time workers from 58 countries working for businesses with operations in multiple nations or regions.
Tags: Travel, Forbes, Statista


How to Use QR Codes in Real Estate for Tech-Savvy Agents

. {display:none !important;} .code-block {display:none !important;} .sovrn_ad_unit  {display:none !important;} QR codes have reached another milestone in real estate marketing. Because of that, how can tech-savvy agents use QR codes in real estate operations? In a study conducted by Statista, there are 11 million U.S. households that know and scanned QR codes in 2020. Because of this, the QR codes have reached another milestone in the digital marketing industry. Since QR codes can ...
Tags: Google, Business, Technology, Right Now, Statista


Nandan Nilekani wants Aadhaar-based system to roll out Covid-19 vaccinations

Nandan Nilekani, the architect of Aadhaar, wants the Indian government to use the “Aadhaar model” while rolling out an eventual COVID-19 vaccine. The former chief of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), speaking at an Indian Express event, proposed that Aadhaar could be used to authenticate the population before vaccination. People who get vaccinated would also get a “digital certificate” as proof of vaccination, he added. Nilekani claimed this model would help deliver as many a...
Tags: Travel, News, India, Parliament, Kerala, Hindustan Times, Rajasthan, Statista, Nandan Nilekani, Nilekani, Aadhaar, Unique Identification Authority of India UIDAI, Mazumdar Shaw, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Biocon Limited, COVID-19


'The Social Network,' a fictionalized version of Facebook's founding story, is 10 years old. Here's where the people behind the characters are now.

(L) Jesse Eisenberg in 'The Social Network' (2010); (R) Mark Zuckerberg Sony/Rick Friedman/Corbis via Getty Image David Fincher's 'The Social Network' debuted on movie screens in 2010. The dramatized version of Facebook's founding story follows Mark Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin, and entrepreneur Sean Parker as they build and launch the social media giant.  At least two people from the founding team — Sean Parker and Chris Hughes — have been critical of Facebook in recent years. Take...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Congress, Washington, Life, Aaron Sorkin, Singapore, New York City, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Social Media, Tech, Bloomberg


How Product Usability Impacts Your Business

Each interaction with your app should be convenient and successful for all users. Only thus, your business will bring profit. And no matter what kind of application you own — banking, messenger, educational, etc., it must be user friendly, intuitive, and engaging. That’s why usability is so important and it should be tested through the development life-cycle. Let’s turn to studies: 88% of users won’t use your website again due to unsuccessful user experience 90% of users refuse to use the mobil...
Tags: Google, Business, Sales & Marketing, Forrester Research, American Airlines, Right Now, Statista, Google Store, Anastasia Radkovska, Bloomicon Shutterstock


Majority Of U.S. Young Adults Now Live With Their Parents

Source: The devastating economic impact of the pandemic in the United States is pushing increasing numbers of young people to move back in with their parents. A recently released Pew Research Center analysis has found that a majority of 52 percent of Americans aged between 18 and 29 now live with a parent, the highest share recorded since the Great Depression era. That figure looked set to rise even further as an estimated 30 to 40 million people across the U.S. were thought to be at risk of ev...
Tags: Real Estate, Radio, United States, Pew Research Center, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Statista, General Interest, Young Adults


Every aspect of supply chain and transportation is undergoing transformation, and the pandemic has only accelerated it

Amazon.com trucks are seen at an Amazon warehouse in Staten Island in New York City. Reuters Every aspect of transportation and supply chain has been rapidly transforming over the past five years — including trucking, delivery, and automotive — a scale and pace of change that has never been seen before. The pandemic upended the global supply chain, and the consequences of the disruption are still reverberating around the world.  The next frontier is space, as affirmed by the ...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Elon Musk, China, New York City, US, Trends, General Motors, Tesla, International Space Station, Virgin Galactic, Mary Barra, Gm, North America, Morgan Stanley, Staten Island


Homebuyers Flee Manhattan

Source: StatistaReading the tabloids of New York City gives one the feeling that a great mass exodus of people are leaving the city for good in search of greener, more-spacious pastures. While the data on just how many people are leaving the Big Apple is still inconclusive, monthly reports on apartment purchases show Manhattan is far from where it was a year ago. A new report from real estate firms Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel show new contracts to buy co-op apartments in Manhattan were ...
Tags: Real Estate, New York City, Radio, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Greenwich, Big Apple, Statista, Douglas Elliman, General Interest, Miller Samuel


Apple or Android Nation? Operating System Popularity Across Countries

Source: While the difference in business models between the world’s   means that they will never compete for market share on the same level, Apple is definitely not satisfied with how low its market share is in some emerging economies. For one nation with some of the fewest iOS users – India – this might change. Apple will for the first time be able to open its own stores in the country after having invested in a local production facility. The rule is just one aspect of India’s protectionist...
Tags: Apple, Android, China, India, Infographic, Radio, Brazil, Statista, General Interest


How the Coronavirus Pandemic Has Changed Media Consumption

Statista shares insights into the global media landscape. Hamburg, 25. August 2020 – A report, published by Statista, looks at the changes in global media consumption during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. Immediate global effects of people isolating, and large events cancelled, had out of home media consumption plummeting. All the while, news became more important […] The post How the Coronavirus Pandemic Has Changed Media Consumption appeared first on Ad Tech Daily.
Tags: Advertising, Press Releases, Hamburg, Online Media, Statista, Ad & Media Strategies, Online Advertising Challenges, Advertising Reports and Studies, Digital Intelligence, Media Consumption, COVID-19, Covid19, Covid19 Impact