The chart shows how many times a month apps from different categories are launched on average and how long an average session lasts.
This chart illustrates how Apple's stock price reacted in the past after Apple had unveiled a new product, such as the original iPhone in 2007.
This chart illustrates the positive effect that the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge had on ALS awareness around the world.
This chart shows in which situations Americans are concerned about online privacy.
This charts shows the top line platform stats for app usage in the United States.
This chart shows the growth of Tencent's instant messaging and social media platforms.
This chart shows primary shopping/purchasing channels among adults in Great Britain.
This chart shows the most tweeted-about matches of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
This chart shows how people plan to use their smartphones to follow the world cup.
This chart shows the average number of interactions per Facebook post for the most engaging global brands on the social network.
This chart shows the percentage of time spent viewing by source in the U.S. in March 2014.
This chart shows the most popular cities to take selfies in. According to an analysis of millions of social media posts by personalized map maker Suggestme, London is the world's selfie capital.
This chart compares the monthly data consumption of potential cord-cutters with that of average broadband subscribers in the United States.
This chart shows that Instagram has leapfrogged Facebook and Twitter as the most important social network for teens in the United States.
This chart shows the proportion of time users of social networks spent on mobile devices and desktop PCs.
This chart shows the motivation behind brands' use of Twitter as a marketing tool.
This chart shows that brands shouldn’t overdo it with hashtags when they post something on Facebook.
This chart shows the world's most valuable startups as of June 2014.
This chart shows the highest paying companies for interns in the United States in 2014.
This chart illustrates that Twitter's user growth is decelerating rather quickly.
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