Internet adoption is widespread in the U.S. In fact, only 7% of Americans do not use the internet. Who are these non-adopters?
In this infographic, we examine the current state of digital fragmentation and it’s implications on the world.
This video shows the evolution of the internet, highlighting the most popular websites from 1993 until 2022.
A lot has changed since Yahoo and AOL were the homepages of choice. This visualization looks at the largest internet giants in the U.S. since 1998.
A lot can happen in an internet minute. This stat-heavy graphic looks at the epic numbers behind the online services billions use every day.
Of the millions of apps available around the world, just a small handful of the most used apps dominate global internet traffic.
Online shopping has evolved rapidly over the last few decades ago. Here’s a look at how much it's evolved since its emergence in the late 70s.
The media consumption landscape in 2021 is shifting. Time spent on media continues to spike, with mobile challenging for the top spot
The internet is a truly global phenomenon, but a handful of languages dominate the digital world. Over 60% of the top 10 million webpages feature content...