Does Twitter Have a Stickiness Problem?

Does Twitter Have a Stickiness Problem?

This chart shows how many Twitter accounts that have been created between 2008 and 2013 were still active in February 2014.

Manchester City Have the Best-Paid Players in the World

Manchester City Have the Best-Paid Players in the World

This chart shows the average annual pay amongst global sports teams in 2014 (in million U.S. dollars).

Google Heavily Outspends Tech Rivals on Lobbying

Google Heavily Outspends Tech Rivals on Lobbying

This chart shows the lobbying expenditure of high-profile tech companies in the United States.

End of XP Is Bandage for Ailing PC Market

End of XP Is Bandage for Ailing PC Market

This chart shows global PC shipments by vendor.

64% of the World's Extremely Poor Live in Just 5 Countries

64% of the World's Extremely Poor Live in Just 5 Countries

This chart shows the 5 countries with the largest share of the world's extremely poor.

Has the PC Industry Bottomed Out?

Has the PC Industry Bottomed Out?

This chart shows the year-over-year growth of global PC shipments.

The UK’s Extraordinary Imbalance in Transport Expenditure

The UK’s Extraordinary Imbalance in Transport Expenditure

This chart shows spending per head of the English population on transport infrastructure by region.

Gaming Rules the App Stores

Gaming Rules the App Stores

This chart shows the top categories in mobile app stores.

The Masters

The Masters

This infographic shows some interesting facts about the world's most prestigious and traditional golf tournament: The Masters.

Toyota is the World Champion in Recalls

Toyota is the World Champion in Recalls

This chart shows large recalls among car manufacturers (in million vehicles)*.

U.S. Teens Prefer Instagram Over Twitter And Facebook

U.S. Teens Prefer Instagram Over Twitter And Facebook

This chart shows that Instagram has leapfrogged Facebook and Twitter as the most important social network for teens in the United States.

These Countries Are the Most Eager for Google's User Data

These Countries Are the Most Eager for Google's User Data

This chart shows how many user data requests Google received from governemnt agencies in different countries in 2013.

Young British Voters Are Least Likely to Vote Among Europeans

Young British Voters Are Least Likely to Vote Among Europeans

This chart shows the percentage of young people who have voted in a political election by European country.

Nearly 3 in 10 PCs Still Run Windows XP

Nearly 3 in 10 PCs Still Run Windows XP

This chart shows the global market share of operating systems in March 2014.

How Much Screen Time Book-to-TV Adaptations Get Out of a Page

How Much Screen Time Book-to-TV Adaptations Get Out of a Page

This chart shows how much screen time recent book-to-TV adaptations are squeezing out per page of the underlying book.

Consumers Want Smartphones to Be Big or Cheap

Consumers Want Smartphones to Be Big or Cheap

This chart breaks down smartphone sales growth in 2012 by screen size and price.

Most Social Networks Are Now Mobile First

Most Social Networks Are Now Mobile First

This chart shows the percentage of time spent on social networks in the United States, by platform.

U.S. Immigrants Send Billions to Support Families Back Home

U.S. Immigrants Send Billions to Support Families Back Home

This chart shows the top 10 recipients of remittances from the United States in 2012.

The 10 Most Popular Apps in the U.S.

The 10 Most Popular Apps in the U.S.

This charts ranks the most popular smartphone apps in the United States in 2013, based on the average number of monthly users.

Skill Levels Are the Greatest Hiring Challenge for Start-ups

Skill Levels Are the Greatest Hiring Challenge for Start-ups

This chart shows the most challenging aspects of finding and retaining talent for start-ups in 2013.

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