Most people also research purchases online, but they would rather buy in person, HighSpeedInternet reports.
During his 18 years at BMO, Salmon established himself as a leading authority on digital advertising, including pioneering work on Amazon's ad business.
The new research fuses Dentsu's 400,000-respondent CCS panel with the attributes and behaviors of gamers in GWI's database of 2 billion internet users.
Google continues to reduce the rankings of some information-broker websites that make a business out of displaying personal data.
Baird Capital Analysts late Tuesday lowered stock estimates for a majority of Internet companies the group covers to reflect the impact from a possible mild recession.
"We're on the verge of having platforms and companies so powerful and so influential in the political process that they're ungovernable," Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Romer told Bloomberg. He
expects Congress to pass legislation to rein in big tech companies.
Experts say there's a lot at stake, and are concerned that AI systems will be used in ways that affect people's livelihoods and well-being in terms of jobs, families, and access to housing and credit.
Microsoft provides data and details how marketers can successfully connect with consumers who are age 65 and older.
According to a study released Thursday by the Digital Citizens Alliance and technology firm NAGRA, about 9 million fixed U.S. broadband subscribers currently subscribe to at least one of 3,500 online
"storefronts" retailing Internet Protocol TV services, which enable consumers to stream and download pirated copyrighted movies and TV programming.
During the first month of lockdown, people in 49 of 85 countries experienced slower mobile internet speeds and people in 44 countries experienced slower broadband speeds, a study released Tuesday
finds. * Scandinavia is a subregion in Northern Europe, with strong historical, cultural, and linguistic ties.
Households that use multiple devices at the same time are more likely to report slower connection speeds -- likely the effect of several people working from home, attending online classes or streaming
content at the same time.
Most have used email to communicate during the crisis, but only a few have tried to reach doctors.
A fundamental paradox of the digital advertising marketplace is underscored in a new report from programmatic exchange OpenX and The Harris Poll, which shows consumers are far more prone to use the
so-called "open web" and to be influenced by advertising there than on "walled gardens" like Google, Facebook and Amazon. It's a paradox, because while the open web comprises an estimated 66% of the
time American consumers spend online, it reaps only 40% of digital ad budgets.
One in six internet users are now actively bypassing ads via some form of ad-blocking tech on either mobile or desktop browsers.
The standards identify ad experiences beneath a threshold of consumer acceptability, which are most likely to drive consumers to install ad blockers. The study was released Thursday, a day after the
Coalition for Better Ads announced standards aimed at short-form video for desktop, mobile web and in-app environments.
More than half of internet users begin their product search on Amazon when they know of a specific brand name, compared with only 30% who start at Google.
A weakening global economy will keep underlying ad-spend growth in the mid single-digit range, according to forecasts just released from GroupM, Zenith and Magna.
The peak demand for British internet use is 9pm on a Wednesday, an ONS report suggests. The BBC points out that the quietest time is 04.45 each weekday morning.
New research from the Oxford Internet Institute has found that nearly one in five Britons says that are not internet users, the BBC reports.
The average person will spend 800 hours using the mobile internet this year, according to the 2019 edition of Zenith's Media Consumption Forecasts. "That's the equivalent of 33 days without sleep or
pause," the agency notes, adding that by 2021, per capita consumption with mobile internet will rise to "930 hours, or 39 full days."
Some 97% of Asian-American households have a smartphone and 89% have a computer, which beats out the average U.S. household.
A "Research Intelligencer" analysis of two Nielsen reports -- its second-quarter 2018 Total Audience Report and its its second-quarter 2012 Cross-Platform Report -- shows daily time spent viewing live
TV has fallen nearly an hour, while time spent on smartphones has grown by nearly 1.5 hours over the past six years.
While the average decline was about 30%, blue chips like Amazon and Google held their own, although Facebook continues to erode faster than the overall sector.
Fast, reliable internet service has become essential for everything from getting news to finding a job. But 24% of rural adults say access to high-speed internet is a major problem in their local
The biggest online worry is protecting children, according to Ofcom and the ICO.
Speaking as a guest commentator during an IAB webinar briefing the press on its just-released 2017 Internet Advertising Revenue Report, Wall Street analyst Brian Wieser disclosed a profound epiphany
that has implications for the entire advertising economy: billions of previously unseen digital advertising dollars "outbound" from China. "Frankly, it blew my mind," Pivotal Research Group's Wieser
said, which shows about $5 billion in "outbound" advertising dollars being spent by Chinese brands to reach Facebook users in other markets, principally the United States.
Nearly a third of digital experts predict the internet will do more harm than good over the next decade, in terms of its impact on the overall well-being of people. That's the top finding of an
exhaustive canvassing of 1,150 industry experts conducted by the Pew Research Center in December and January. The findings, which come from a non-scientific sampling conducted by Pew and Elon
University's Imagining the Internet Center, shows 46% of the experts believe the Internet will do more to help people's well-being than harm it over the next decade. About a fifth (21%) said it would
have little change either way.