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Mobile messaging app usage is expected to hit a milestone in 2017

 

Mobile messaging app usage is expected to hit a milestone in 2017: For the first time, over three-quarters (76.3%) of the world’s smartphone users will use one.
July 21, 2017
eMarketer Releases Latest Estimates for Worldwide Messaging App Usage

Mobile messaging app usage is expected to hit a milestone in 2017: For the first time, over three-quarters (76.3%) of the world’s smartphone users will use one. Full Article

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China Is Set on Becoming the World’s Leader in AI

China’s government just announced a plan to invest billions in the country’s artificial intelligence efforts. A few other factors will also give China a great chance to surpass the US in the sector within a few years. Full Article

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Streaming’s Surge Helps Digital Dethrone CDs in Germany

Surging revenues from streaming sites played the primary role in dropping CDs’ share of Germany’s music industry sales below 50% in 2017’s first half, with the overall market for music in the country growing by nearly 3%. Full Article

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Millennial Habits: Research from Bankrate.com finds that millennials spend their money differently than older generations. For example, millennials spend roughly $233 per month on both dine-in and takeout meals. In contrast, older peers spend about $182.

Fleeting Impressions: Just 37% of UK desktop internet users who found an article via search, and less than half (47%) of those who read a story via social media, could correctly name the news organization that published the article two days later, according to an April study by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford. By comparison, 81% of users who directly arrived on a story could later recall where it was published.

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