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American companies paid significantly more on average for every data breach in 2018 than companies in any other country
The average cost of a data breach for US companies in 2018 was $7.91 million — $3 million more than Canada's average, and more than twice as much as almost every other country in the world.
This chart shows how dominant Google is in Europe and the UK: About 9 out of every 10 consumers there use Google’s search engine
Google was fined by the European watchdog commission for a record $5 billion in violation of antitrust laws, after a 2016 investigation led to the conclusion that Google had abused Android's dominance of the smartphone market in favor of its search engine and Chrome browser.
Netflix has spent over $30 billion on content since 2014 — over a third of it in the last year alone
Netflix's shared its Q2 earnings results on Monday, reporting subscriber growth that missed the mark by a little over a million. The stock price tumbled as some investors got worried.
Amazon Prime memberships have more than doubled since its first members-only Prime Day discounts three years ago
The Amazon Prime membership program was $79 when it launched in 2005. Amazon has since upped the annual price to $119 having added a number of perks, including Prime Day — the members-only discount day that generated more dollars than Cyber Monday and Black Friday in 2017.
Here’s how Netflix’s record-breaking nomination numbers stack up to the other networks and platforms
For the first time ever, Netflix will have more Emmy nominations than any other network or streaming service at the award ceremony next year — even more than 17-time champion, HBO.
PC shipments have decreased 30% in the six years since the industry's current peak, and now they're settling below 2007 levels.
Compared to digital album sales, physical album sales, and digital track sales, music streaming accounted for three times as much of the US' music consumption than all three of those categories combined.
The App Store has made Apple at least $40 billion in revenue since it was created 10 years ago today
Apple's services segment, which also includes Apple Music, iTunes, and Apple Pay in addition to the App Store, accounted for 15% of Apple's revenue in Q2 of 2018. A breakdown of the amount paid out to developers shows a more specific number attributable to the App Store.
Sonos S-1 reveals more than half of Sonos households own more than one Sonos speaker — and 27% of them own more than three
The SEC filing revealed some figures that indicated a high level of customer satisfaction and loyalty, but a major caveat is that the company relies on its biggest competitors — Google, Apple, and Amazon — to make its products work.
Despite Android’s growing market share, Apple users continue to spend twice as much money on apps as Android users
In 2017, 70% of all apps downloaded were on Android devices, but Android only claimed 34% of the consumer spend.