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Mary Meeker highlights US immigration hypocrisy

Innovations in 5: Mary Meeker on wearables, China, and the Internet trends to watch

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Here's what we're reading/watching today: 1) Kleiner Perkins Caulfield and Beyers general partner Mary Meeker has released her Internet Trends report and, where last year the fast rise in mobile usage emerged as the highlight, this year, it appears to be wearable tech (slide no. 49). Read full article >>...
Innovations in 5: Mary Meeker on wearables, China, and the Internet trends to watch

Mary Meeker's Internet Trends, Live at D10 (Slides)

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This year, Mary Meeker brings her famous annual Internet Trends report to D10, where she just appeared onstage. Meeker, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and former financial analyst, is describing what she calls “the re-imagination of nearly everything” powered by mobile and social, with a torrent of...
Mary Meeker's Internet Trends, Live at D10 (Slides)
The Mobile Browser Dominates in Emerging Markets

SlideShare passes 10M presentations after growing by one-third a year after acquisition by LinkedIn

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SlideShare, a document sharing service, announced today that it has hit a milestone. Now, more than 10 million presentations have been uploaded to the service. This comes as it marks the one-year anniversary when LinkedIn acquired the service for $119 million. Interesting to note, at the time of its acquisition,...
SlideShare passes 10M presentations after growing by one-third a year after acquisition by LinkedIn

Weekly Wrapup: Bike Trails, Location Madness, SXSW, And More...

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Our top stories this week were about cutting the strings that tie us to our desks. And also about stalking celebrities at SXSW. Read on for our coverage and analysis. We also continued our exploration of the significant Internet trends of 2010, including Real-Time Web, Mobile Web and Internet of...
Weekly Wrapup: Bike Trails, Location Madness, SXSW, And More...

Mary Meeker 2012 highlights: Mobile Web charges on - Apple dominates US, Android winning global

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Highly respected Web and technology analyst Mary Meeker has released her end of year 2012 report on Internet trends and the summary is that mobile and tablets are driving new levels of connectivity, particularly in emerging markets. Meeker, a partner with VC firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, estimates that...
Mary Meeker 2012 highlights: Mobile Web charges on - Apple dominates US, Android winning global

Mary Meeker: “We Are Still In Spring Training — Magnitude Of Upcoming Change Will Be Stunning”

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Mary Meeker’s annual Internet Trends report is usually full of good stuff and this year is no exception. We already covered her comments about mobile monetization and the Facebook IPO, but one of the most interesting sections of her presentation were her thoughts about the future of the Internet. In...
Mary Meeker: “We Are Still In Spring Training — Magnitude Of Upcoming Change Will Be Stunning”

Internet Trends April 2010 - Social Media Graphics

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Internet Trends April 2010 - Social Media Graphics

Mary Meeker's latest mind-boggling 'Internet Trends' report hits the web (slides)

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In what might be the most anticipated slideshow of the year, Kleiner Perkins Caulfield and Byers partner Mary Meeker has just published her latest report on the state of the Internet. In the report, Meeker includes key web trends surrounding world growth patterns, mobile momentum, what is happening on...
Mary Meeker's latest mind-boggling 'Internet Trends' report hits the web (slides)

davemorin: “The future is already here, it’s just not evenly...

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davemorin: “The future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed.” - William Gibson KPCB Internet Trends 2012 Yup....
davemorin: “The future is already here, it’s just not evenly...

The After Math: Internet trends, Apple TVs and Samsung's Finnish triumph

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Welcome to The After Math, where we attempt to summarize this week's tech news through numbers, decimal places and percentages. The launch of the Xbox One may be behind us, but we still have plenty of numbers to crunch. Speaking of ones, this week we saw a record-setting auction for...
The After Math: Internet trends, Apple TVs and Samsung's Finnish triumph

Mary Meeker's 2013 Internet Trends: Mobile Makes Up 15% Of All Internet Traffic, With 1.5B Users Worldwide

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Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers partner Mary Meeker unveiled her annual Internet Trends report for 2013 today at the D11 Conference, showing robust growth in the number of broadband and mobile users. All that said, there’s still a huge opportunity for smartphone adoption and mobile ad spend. There were more than...
Mary Meeker's 2013 Internet Trends: Mobile Makes Up 15% Of All Internet Traffic, With 1.5B Users Worldwide

Top Trends of 2012: Video on Tablets

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One in every ten tablet users views video content almost daily on their device, according to a new report by comScore. The study also found that tablet users are nearly three times more likely to watch video on their device compared to smartphone users. Nearly one in four smartphone owners...
Top Trends of 2012: Video on Tablets
The Mobile Monetization Challenge: How Can Content Publishers Make Mobile Work?

Weekly Wrap-up: Deactivating Facebook, Social Oversharing, iPad vs. Netbooks, And More...

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This week, Marshall Kirkpatrick answered a simple question - "What Happens When You Deactivate Your Facebook Account" - and it quickly became the top story of the week. It turns out it's all about manipulating emotions. We also continued our exploration of the significant Internet trends of 2010: The...
Weekly Wrap-up: Deactivating Facebook, Social Oversharing, iPad vs. Netbooks, And More...

Meeker: The next ten years will be about wearable computing and personal data

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The photo wars aren’t over, but a shift is about to take place in terms of the content we upload and share to the internet, according to Kleiner Perkins’ Mary Meeker and her trademark frenzy of Powerpoint slides at D11. After years of uploading any and every photo to the...
Meeker: The next ten years will be about wearable computing and personal data

Weekly Wrap-up: Zuckerberg's Half-Truths, Firefox Loosing to Chrome, Twitter Ads, And More...

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What a massive week for Facebook news, eh? What you, dear reader, loved most about our coverage was when Marshall Kirkpatrick stood up and called out CEO Mark Zuckerberg on his half-truths regarding the new privacy policies. We also continued our exploration of the significant Internet trends of 2010:...
Weekly Wrap-up: Zuckerberg's Half-Truths, Firefox Loosing to Chrome, Twitter Ads, And More...

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
Mary Meeker Gives Surprise Mid-Year Internet Trends Report: Android Adoption Ramping Up 6X Faster Than iPhone

Mary Meeker Re-Imagines Nearly Everything

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Today at the D10 Conference, star analyst Mary Meeker gave her latest presentation of Internet Trends. You can download the whole presentation here (PDF) and it's well worth spending time perusing. Here are the main takeaways, along with selected screenshots. Get ready for lots of re-imagining and proof of rapid...
Mary Meeker Re-Imagines Nearly Everything

Weekly Wrap-up: Twitter in the Library, iPhone Gets Multitasking, Goodbye Google Gears, And More...

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Our number one post this week was that Twitter's archives will soon be housed in the hallowed halls of the Library of Congress. There's got to be joke about librarians shushing tweets in there somewhere. We also continued our exploration of the significant Internet trends of 2010. We wrote about...
Weekly Wrap-up: Twitter in the Library, iPhone Gets Multitasking, Goodbye Google Gears, And More...

Booting Up: Did You Bring Enough For Everyone? Edition

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Wikipedia Did we mention that winter is coming? Y Combinator is funding less startups in its winter 2013 cycle—less than 50 so far, down from 84 this summer. To reach the smaller number, the accelerator focused on predictors of failure. Turned out, they took a friendlier view of applicants they...
Booting Up: Did You Bring Enough For Everyone? Edition

Mary Meeker's Internet Trends Report is Back, at D11 (Slides)

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The waiting is over. For the second year in a row, Mary Meeker is unveiling her now famed Internet Trends report at the D11 conference. Meeker, the Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers partner, highlights growth of Internet usage and other activities on mobile devices and updates that now infamous gap...
Mary Meeker's Internet Trends Report is Back, at D11 (Slides)

Weekly Wrapup: Nexus One, Facebook, Ai Weiwei, And More...

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Our top story this week was about bad news for the big guys: Google, Facebook, Digg's top users. As you catch up on the news, be sure to watch the conversation about China, tech and democracy that took place between activist/artist Ai Weiwei, Twitter's Jack Dorsey and ReadWriteWeb's Richard MacManus....
Weekly Wrapup: Nexus One, Facebook, Ai Weiwei, And More...

Snapchat Accounts For More Photo Shares Than Instagram As Pic Sharing Set To Double In 2013

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Photo uploading and sharing is growing at an incredible pace, according to data shared by KPCB’s Mary Meeker in the Internet Trends report she presented on stage at D11 today. Well over 500 million photos are shared per day on average so far in 2013, the report estimates, which is...
Snapchat Accounts For More Photo Shares Than Instagram As Pic Sharing Set To Double In 2013

4 obstacles to mobile world domination

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Yes, mobile devices are growing at an unbelievable clip. That doesn't mean technologies like phones and tablets don't face hurdles in becoming ubiquitous. FORTUNE -- Forget the desktop. If you're a developer, mobile should likely be your focus. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers venture capitalist Mary Meeker all-but-said as much...
4 obstacles to mobile world domination

Mary Meeker Explains the Mobile Monetization Challenge

allthingsd.com
Looming over the Internet industry is the mismatch between the growth in mobile usage and mobile monetization. Most recently, it was the risk factor that helped take down Facebook’s ill-fated IPO roadshow, when the company warned at the last minute publicly (and perhaps more emphatically privately) that mobile monetization really...
Mary Meeker Explains the Mobile Monetization Challenge

Mobile Internet traffic gaining fast on desktop Internet traffic

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VC Mary Meeker's year-end Internet trends report shows explosion in all things mobile, especially smartphones and apps. [Read more]...
Mobile Internet traffic gaining fast on desktop Internet traffic

Reimagining Finance: StockTwits

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Mary Meeker's recent Internet Trends presentation introduced a new buzzword into the tech world: reimagination. Meeker listed 50 different market categories that are in the process of being reimagined - in other words, disrupted or changed. Over the coming months, we'll profile some of the leading reimagineers of this Web...
Reimagining Finance: StockTwits
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