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Only 27% of US consumers said they felt confident that social media companies were keeping their data secure, while 37% said they did not, according to a survey.
Young adults aged 18 to 34 watch a third of the amount of television that their older counterparts ages 50-64 do.
Over half of American teenagers say that they spend too much time on their phones, and they’re trying to cut back
More than half of a sample group of American teens surveyed admitted that they spend too much time on their phones and that they've tried to cut back at some point.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has grabbed a healthy slice of the smartphone market at an impressively quick pace
That number is nearly two-thirds of the profit the company made in the entire year of 2017, meaning the fourth largest smartphone maker in the world is not slowing down.
A majority of Google employees involved in an anonymous poll voted in favor of their company's move to relaunch a search engine in China that would align with the country's censorship rules.
Out of the 11.7 million smart speakers shipped worldwide in Q2 of this year, 41% were distributed by Amazon and 27.6% by Google. That's a much closer race than this time last year.
This chart shows how far Samsung has to go with its new Galaxy Watch to challenge Apple for smartwatch dominance
Samsung debuted the new Galaxy Watch at its Unpacked event this week, but it has a lot of work to do if it wants to challenge Apple in the smartwatch arena.
Snapchat's user growth has fallen way behind that of the Facebook app empire, which includes Instagram, WhatsApp, and the Facebook app itself.
Sonos will attempt to avoid the same fate suffered by fellow hardware companies FitBit and GoPro, whose share prices have dropped 80% since they went ...
Sonos' fellow consumer hardware companies also had promising IPO results, and yet their company shares have since dropped 80% due to declining sales.
Airbnb turns 10 this month — here are the 12 most popular cities where the home-rental service is used
The service has allowed people to rent out their homes in cities that are in high demand, giving tourists a more native experience when traveling. Cities like London and Pairs top the list as most popular Airbnb destinations by active listings.