- from Felix Richter, March 3rd, 2015
According to data published by Edison Research and Triton Digital, Facebook is still the most commonly used social networking service among young Americans, with 74% of those aged 12 to 24 logging in at least occasionally. Instagram and Snapchat also enjoy wide popularity, while WhatsApp, even though hugely popular in Europe and parts of Asia, doesn’t hit the right note with America’s youth. Read More...
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The Startup Revolution Series — Part 3: The Rise of the Startup
By Max Marmer, Compass Co-Founder Emeritus and Cheyenne Richards, Compass Writer and Marketer
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As the chart shows, our society is becoming rapidly connected through our devices. PCs still provide a platform to information while smartphones continue their massive growth.
However, the real key to The Internet of Everything will be a massive adoption of smart technology (Machine to Machine - M2M) and the way those devices access and interact with the internet.
To see the entire presentation, please go here: THE INTERNET OF EVERYTHING: 2014 [SLIDE DECK]
In 59% of the cases the respective app publisher failed to inform the user about the app's data collection pre-installation, and nearly one third of the sampled apps sought permission to access information that the researchers felt was irrelevant to the apps' functionality. In the end, no more than a sobering 15% of the examined apps were found to be sufficiently transparent about what information they would gather and how it would be used.
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