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According to the latest Techonomic Index research from Samsung, Europeans have 19 electronic devices at home on average (2014: 18). Among the key findings, the study reveals that 22% of European households have paid for movies and TV shows streaming in the last month (2014: 5%). The Romanians are the most willing to use VoD services […]

According to a study conducted in June 2015 by PwC, relayed by eMarketer, PC is the primary device used by 15-18 year olds to consume content in the US : almost a quarter (24%) quote PC as the No.1 device, ahead of TVs by 5 percentage points (19%). However, traditional TV is still the most common media […]

More than half (53%) of European retail sales over the next five years will be claimed by e-commerce, according to a new report  « European Cross-Channel Retail Sales Forecast, 2015 To 2020 » from Forrester Research.  This means that digital will influence €947 billion in Europe (including a combination of online sales and offline sales influenced by online […]

According to a recent survey released by the Center for Retail Research (CRR) titled “ Online Retailing in Europe, the U.S. and Canada 2015-2016”,  the US is still the leader in online retailing compared to Europe. With a similar population to the eight countries surveyed, 57.4% of the US public were e-shoppers compared to 46.7% […]

DigitasLBi‘s 2015 Connected Commerce study of retail trends reveals a significant rise in the use of connected devices. This survey highlights the latest retail trends across 17 countries including Australia, China, India, France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Japan, the UK and the USA. Shoppers around the world now expect omnichannel, multi-screen experiences from brands and retailers, with […]

According to eMarketer’s latest estimates, US adults will spend 47% of their daily media time with digital media this year. The majority (51%) of that digital time will be spent with the mobile internet, which will have seen a compound annual growth rate of 37.2% between 2011 and 2015. TV will occupy the second-largest  of adults’ daily media […]

According to an international study released by ING, more than half (58%) of Europeans who have a mobile device have shopped on it in 2014. The survey also revealed: Clothes and electronics are the items most commonly bought using mobile. Mobile bankers and men under 35s are much more likely to be mobile shoppers. To […]

According to an international study released by ING, 33% of Europeans have already used a mobile payment app. This is expected to increase to 51% over the next 12 months. Mobile device owners in Turkey (56%) and Poland (43%) are leading the way in embracing mobile payments, showing a higher adoption rate than the US […]

According to a recent study titled « The future of carrier billing in Europe » released by Juniper Research and DIMOCO, the value of digital content billed via carrier billing in Western Europe will increase more than five-fold between 2014 and 2019. By 2019, revenues from digital content billed via carrier billing in this region will reach EUR 8.8 billion in […]

According to a recent survey by SYNERGISTICS Research entitled « Evaluating the Consumer Payments Market »,  PC bill pay surpasses checks as a bill payment method in the US: Online PC bill payment accounts for 37% of monthly bills paid, vs writing checks to pay bills accounts for only 22% of volume.       For more information, you […]

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