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Akamai: Global Average Broadband Speeds Up By 25%, U.S. Up 29% To 6.7 Mbps

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Globally, the speed for broadband connections is steadily on the rise: according to Akamai’s Q1 2012 State of the Internet report, it’s now at 2.6Mbps, compared to 2.3Mbps in the last quarter, and a rise of 25% on a year ago and a reversal of the 14% decline of last quarter....
Akamai: Global Average Broadband Speeds Up By 25%, U.S. Up 29% To 6.7 Mbps
Average global internet speed drops to 2.3Mbps, US 13th fastest at 5.3Mbps

Akamai's State of the Internet Report

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Digital platform company Akamai has released its latest State of the Internet Report. The report covers the last quarter of 2009. Among the findings are the persistence of Russia as the top location for attack traffic and of South Korea for speed of web connections.The number of unique ports attacked...
Akamai's State of the Internet Report

Internet report: 98.7 percent of Washington residents have access to broadband

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The Washington State Broadband Office released its third annual Broadband Report today and more than 500 of the state’s 629 communities saw better access and/or higher speeds to broadband internet this past year. Based on data derived from the National Broadband Map, the report found that 98.7 percent of the state’s residents...
Internet report: 98.7 percent of Washington residents have access to broadband
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The State of the Internet: Now Bigger, Faster & Mobile

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Internet as we know it is not only getting bigger and faster, but it is also becoming more mobile with more and more people accessing Internet-based services from their smartphones. These are some of the key findings of Akamai’s The State of the Internet report for the fourth quarter of...
The State of the Internet: Now Bigger, Faster & Mobile

On Facebook, We Get More Love Than We Give

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We receive significantly more likes, messages, tags and friend requests from our Facebook friends than we send out ourselves, according to a new Pew Internet report. In one month, Pew study participants liked other people’s Facebook content an average of 14 times, and had their own Facebook content liked 20...
On Facebook, We Get More Love Than We Give
Internet Freedom: Diplomats Join The Dissidents, Geeks And Censors

Pinterest drops invites and opens to all

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Image sharing site Pinterest has been invitation-only since its launch in 2010, but now it is opening up to everyone. The company announced Wednesday, “We’re really excited to have the capacity to offer Pinterest to more people and if you’re a Pinner with friends who’ve been waiting on the sidelines,...
Pinterest drops invites and opens to all

Pingdom's broadband speed report reveals Asia is both at the top and bottom of the spectrum

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Website monitoring service Pingdom has  released a report on Internet speeds around the world with a focus on the top five. It’s probably not surprising to learn that three out of the top five are countries in Asia, after all, who has not lusted after the kinds of speeds that...
Pingdom's broadband speed report reveals Asia is both at the top and bottom of the spectrum

ComScore US Internet Report: YoY, Pinterest Up 4000+%, Amazon Up 30%, Android Top Smartphone & More

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In new data being released today, measurement firm comScore says that unique visits to social networking sites have increased by 6% year-over-year. The company also re-confirmed that Pinterest remains the fastest-growing social network as of Q1 2012, and its users rival only that of LinkedIn in terms of buying power....
ComScore US Internet Report: YoY, Pinterest Up 4000+%, Amazon Up 30%, Android Top Smartphone & More

Introducing the Mozilla State of the Internet Report

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Introducing the Mozilla State of the Internet Report

10 Mary Meeker Apple slides

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Apple figured prominently in the Queen of the Net's 2013 presentation of industry trends. FORTUNE -- If you don't have 23 minutes to watch the video of Mary Meeker's state-of-the-Internet report at AllThingsD 2013 -- or if you just want a chance to study more closely slides that she showed...
10 Mary Meeker Apple slides

Akamai: Mobile data traffic doubled year-to-year in Q3, broadband adoption up

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Akamai's served up its latest State of the Internet report, and data collected by Ericsson reveals some significant changes in terms of mobile internet usage. According to the firm's figures, mobile data traffic doubled between the third quarters of 2011 and 2012, growing 16 percent since Q2 2012. In...
Akamai: Mobile data traffic doubled year-to-year in Q3, broadband adoption up

Class Action Racketeering Lawsuit Filed Against Copyright Trolling Porn Companies

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The latest news in the world of copyright-trolling porn companies is that one of the people that the porn world tried to shake down with a trolling attempt has hit back with a racketeering lawsuit, which she's trying to turn into a class action. The woman, Jennifer Barker, received a...
Class Action Racketeering Lawsuit Filed Against Copyright Trolling Porn Companies

It's Not Just Best Buy - Study Finds Most At-Risk Retailers From Shoppers' "Showrooming" Behaviors Are Home, Toy And Pet Stores

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Placed, the Madrona-backed location analytics startup that emerged from stealth around a year ago, has today released a study detailing which retailers are more likely impacted by the so-called “showrooming” trend. The study also examines how and where this trend may benefit one e-commerce retailer in particular: Amazon, incidentally a company that...
It's Not Just Best Buy - Study Finds Most At-Risk Retailers From Shoppers' "Showrooming" Behaviors Are Home, Toy And Pet Stores

Akamai Ranks Fastest Cities in the US

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Led by Berkeley, California, at the end of 2009, college towns are among the fastest cities in the US, according to Akamai’s latest The State of the Internet report. In order to qualify, Akamai put a filter of a minimum of 50,000 unique IP addresses. Chapel Hill (North Carolina), Stanford...
Akamai Ranks Fastest Cities in the US

Top 10 YouTube Videos About The Web

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Our selection of the 10 most popular YouTube videos about the Web is of course based on page views. But we also filtered the results for videos that are most true to explaining the big-picture version of what the Web is. The selection includes some of the most creative ways...
Top 10 YouTube Videos About The Web

Internet Trends report shows a surge in sharing, mobile overtaking PCs

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Mary Meeker's Internet Report is often considered a technology bellwether, and it's certainly living up to that reputation in the 2013 study. This year, the dominating trend is sharing: Meeker has noticed that many more of us are willing to publish our media and location data. People worldwide now...
Internet Trends report shows a surge in sharing, mobile overtaking PCs

The Slide That Inspired Dave Morin To Start Path

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Speaking at a monthly PandoDaily event last night, Path cofounder Dave Morin talked about the one slide that made him start a mobile only company. He had quit Facebook and was looking for his next move when somebody sent him Mary Meeker's most recent state of the Internet report,...
The Slide That Inspired Dave Morin To Start Path

"Objective Sanity Check"?: Canada Slips Further in Global Broadband Rankings

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Akamai has released its latest State of the Internet Report and it finds that Canada continues to slide in global broadband rankings. Last year, the Akamai report was often favoured by those who took issue with criticisms of Canadian broadband, claiming it offered "an objective sanity check" on comparative...
"Objective Sanity Check"?: Canada Slips Further in Global Broadband Rankings

Pew study details how technology has changed libraries

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Photo via Flickr user “twechy.” We’ve seen brick-and-mortar booksellers close down all over the country due to online retailers like Amazon. Will public libraries follow suit and vanish from the earth? It doesn’t seem like it, at least not according to an extensive Pew Internet report just released that shows how...
Pew study details how technology has changed libraries

Across the planet, broadband is getting faster & faster

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Click to view slideshow. When it comes to the Internet, the need for speed has never been higher, thanks to growing global reliance on connected platforms, services and devices. That need is aptly reflected in the data collected by Akamai for the latest edition of its State of the Internet...
Across the planet, broadband is getting faster & faster
The United States of broadband: Location matters

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Akamai State of the Internet Report: Q4 2009

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Akamai State of the Internet Report: Q4 2009

Mary Meeker's mind-blowing Internet statistics contain at least one unsubstantiated 'fact'

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Sequoia Capital über-investor Mike Moritz is fond of saying that “Powerpoint is the language of Silicon Valley.” It’s a shame, considering that founders of early-stage startups inflate numbers in their decks, often taking creative license with the size of...
Mary Meeker's mind-blowing Internet statistics contain at least one unsubstantiated 'fact'

Akamai: U.S. Web speeds fast, but not blazing like South Korea's

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Akamai's State of the Internet report reveals that the average connection speed in South Korea is about 16Mbps. In the U.S., it's 5.8Mbps. [Read more]...
Akamai: U.S. Web speeds fast, but not blazing like South Korea's

Dave Morin of Path: ‘Facebook Built the Cities and Town Squares, We’re Trying to Build a Home”

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Last night’s PandoMonthly featured a candid fireside chat-without-the-fire with Dave Morin, the CEO and co-founder of Path. Below, we’ve posted a recording of the hour-long interview, conducted with Pando’s Sarah Lacy, for those unable to attend or watch the livestream. Morin was game for even Sarah’s toughest questions, such as,...
Dave Morin of Path: ‘Facebook Built the Cities and Town Squares, We’re Trying to Build a Home”

Let the D11 Speakers Begin: Sandberg, Silbermann, Costolo, Woodside, Immelt and More!

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One of the best parts of planning the next D: All Things Digital conference — which is in its 11th iteration this year — is trying to figure out what group of top tech and media players will make the very best combination to bring real insight, news and...
Let the D11 Speakers Begin: Sandberg, Silbermann, Costolo, Woodside, Immelt and More!
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