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1 in 3 Interested in Using Drones

As Facebook finishes its first test of the Aquila internet drone, Tuesday’s chart illustrates that 1 in 3 internet users globally are already interested in using this type of tech in the future.

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Over 40% in North America Using Windows 10

Almost a year on from Microsoft’s release of Windows 10, the success of its latest operating system is clear in the high levels of uptake seen in our data.

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A free upgrade, reportedly forced on some, only 40% take it in the first year, and that's a success?

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Instagram Membership Approaches 50%

Facebook-owned Instagram has been one of the biggest success stories in the social networking space in recent years. And as our mid-week Chart of the Day shows, the platform shows no signs of slowing down in 2016.

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Chase Buckle's latest blog - Can Social Ads Replace Online Ads?

As social media continues to command ever larger slices of advertising budgets, many are asking the question - do social ads have the capacity to replace online ads? Certainly, the potential reach of social ads is undeniable - globally, it’s over 90% of online adults who are using social media and social networking is now taking up 30% of total daily online media time.

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As social media continues to command ever larger slices of advertising budgets, many are asking - do social ads have the capacity to replace online ads?
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9 in 10 Online Adults Now Own a Smartphone

As our first Chart of the Day this week shows, it’s now 91% of internet users aged 16-64 who own a smartphone – a number which has risen by around 10 percentage points compared to the same time a year ago.

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91% of internet users aged 16-64 own a smartphone – a number which has risen by around 10 percentage points compared to the same time a year ago.
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2 in 3 North American 16-24s are on Snapchat

Snapchat might be growing in popularity among older age groups (with 25-34s and 35-44s accounting for an ever-larger share of the Snapchat audience) but, as our latest wave of research shows, it’s still strongest among the youngest demographics.

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2 Hours Per Day Spent on Social Media & Messaging

Our first Chart of the Day this week confirms just how important social media remains within the daily online habits of internet users – with an average of close to 2 hours being devoted to networking and messaging each day. That translates to about 1 in every 3 minutes spent online.

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Forbes with the help of GWI data - Maybe YouTube Isn't Music's Boogie Man After All

Artists, bands and record labels have issued an all-out assault on YouTube this year over a variety of issues that mostly stem from what they consider to be low royalty payouts. The problem is, while it’s likely that many of the presumptions leading to the attacks have a basis in reality, their conclusions may be premature.

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Facebookers More Likely to Share Photos on WhatsApp

The ongoing discussion around the social ‘context collapse’ has brought to light some key trends in social behaviors – and as our new Passive Networking report highlights, one of the most important aspects to this has been the migration of sharing from social networks to messaging apps.

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Only 15% Paying For Mobile Games

Pokémon Go has barely left the headlines over the last few days, causing many to wonder how Nintendo plans to monetize its most recent phenomenon. Indeed, as today’s chart shows, it might be 6 in 10 internet users who are playing games on their smartphones but it’s significantly less who are willing to pay for the experience.

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Pokémon Go has barely left the headlines over the last few days. 6 in 10 internet users play games on their mobiles but significantly less are willing to pay.
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Check out Jason Mander's latest blog for The Huffington Post - Snapchat May Be Getting Older, But Is It a Bad Thing?

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Gender targeting is an own goal for brands

'There’s no longer an excuse for audience assumptions in a data-driven world.'

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