From sheep with 6 legs to latest stats / research (with a look at parallax scrolling along the way), what has caught Joe’s eye this week?
The number of people who use Twitter has grown to 100 million, half of whom login daily.
Latest statistics from comScore show that Google’s share of the U.S. search engine market has dipped for the first time since September 2009.
Statistics released this week by comScore reveal that Google owned video sites, predominantly YouTube, still lead the US online video market by some margin
2011 statistics show a huge growth in social media usage when compared to last year.
comScore has released its latest report, which offers a comprehensive overview of the digital landscape in Europe.
Little over over two months ago the Android Market surpassed 100,000 apps, and now according to AndroLib, the store has broken the 200,000 app benchmark.
This infographic highlights the breakdown of the 2010 demographics on Facebook and Twitter. Who has one the usage war?
Facebook has released the top 10 status trends of 2010 in the UK. With so much world news this year, what has the nation been talking about
Industry group MobileFuture has created a rapid-fire summary of 2010’s key consumer and technology mobile trends. Expect apps, data and location galore
Econsultancy has created an infographic showing search engine market shares across 10 countries around the world. Is Google dominant worldwide?
Statistics by Net Applications have revealed the web browser market share for November 2010. Explorer still makes up over 50 percent but usage is decreasing