Apple has shared statistics regarding how it made the App Store a safer place in 2020. This includes rejecting over 200,000 apps for violating privacy and blocking fraudulent developer activity.
Microsoft reported $10 billion in revenue in the 2020 calendar year for its security business. The company highlighted that its solutions are used by over 400,000 customers in 120 countries.
Facebook has shared some stats regarding user engagement in the U.S. prior to the elections. Following the race being called, heart reacts increased while angry reacts remained at usual levels.
The Redmond tech giant has revealed some interesting statistics for its Microsoft News service, including the fact that it now has over 500 million monthly readers spread across 180 countries.
Google has published its latest Android platform usage stats that show Android 8.x Nougat now on almost a quarter of active devices and Pie 9.0 still scrounging for 0.1% usage to get on the charts.
Microsoft has updated its "By the Numbers" website, providing interesting tidbits of information about the company and its products, such as Cortana being asked 18 billion questions since its launch.
Google released the latest usage stats for Android a few days ago, and sadly it still shows that less than 15% of all devices that accessed Google Play are on Android 8.0 Oreo. That's pretty weak.
The latest monthly report from Steam shows Windows 10 continuing its march towards 60% of the userbase, while Windows Mixed Reality continues to gradually chip away in the VR headset space.
Since the Android usage stats arrived late last month, it's no surprise that the list of different versions have barely moved in the last few weeks. However, it does show a trend - slow adoption.
Apple has now released a new analytics tool for podcasters in order to aid listening habits. The new tool will provide podcasters with average statistics regarding listening habits.
The latest statistics from separate firms indicate that Windows 7 is continuing to stumble in terms of market share while Windows 10 is steadily rising. Overall, Windows still dominates the market.
Steam's latest monthly report indicates that the Windows 10 user base on the gaming platform is stagnating while Microsoft's relatively older OS, Windows 7, is continuing to climb upwards.
Valve's monthly hardware report regarding the Steam user base for July 2017 is now live. It shows a slight decline in the usage of the 64-bit version of Windows 10, and growth for Windows 7.
Following reports of Ubisoft's For Honor losing a lot of active players on Steam a few months ago, a company representative has now disputed the data, claiming it to be "fake news".
It appears that Windows 10 user base on Steam is on the rise again, with the operating system registering an all-time high of 51.23%. Windows 7 faced a decline while Windows grew in user base overall.
The latest reports for the market share of browsers are in, and they indicate that Google Chrome is continuing its dominance while Microsoft Edge just isn't good enough for Windows 10 users.
The latest Steam hardware reports indicate that Windows 10 has lost some user base and has fallen to 50.01%. On the other hand, Windows 7 has continued its uphill climb as a close second.
Latest reports indicate that Windows 10 and Windows 7 have grown in market share, whereas Windows XP has faced a considerable decline, and fallen below 7% for the first time, according to one firm.
The latest report for browser market share has remained more or less unchanged compared with last month. Chrome remains the unchallenged leader in the web browser space, and IE continues to plummet.
The latest browser market share reports by various firms once again paints a miserable picture for Microsoft, as the company's Edge browser fails to gain traction among Windows 10 users.
After facing a decline for two consecutive months, Windows 10's user base on Steam has struck back, reaching an all-time high of 51.2%, ahead of the release of the Creators Update later this month.
According to the latest statistical report by NetMarketShare, the situation of the respective market shares of desktop browsers has remained more or less the same as the previous month.
Latest data from Steam indicates that Windows 10 user base has dipped below 50% again. With growing usage of Windows 7 and XP, the report holds some concern for Microsoft.
The latest data from NetMarketShare shows that Windows 10 is still on healthy growth trajectory, even after the free offer has ended and users have started to pay for the operating system.
According to the latest hardware statistics report released by Valve, Windows 10 is being used by 48.95% of Steam gamers in the world. Usage for all other iterations of the OS has declined.
According to the latest figures released by IDC, tablet shipments continue to decline worldwide with only 38.7 million units sold in Q2 2016, a marked 12.3% year over year decrease.
Valve has released the latest stats for hardware and software usage, indicating that Windows 10 usage continues to rise, now commanding a user base of 46.52% as Windows 7 continues to decline.
After disclosing statistics about Windows 10 usage yesterday, Microsoft has revealed some figures about its Insider Program as well, including a few nifty rewards for those enrolled.
With the free Windows 10 upgrade offer set to expire in almost a day, Microsoft has released some pretty interesting statistics about Cortana usage, gaming and Microsoft Edge on its latest OS.
At today's WWDC 2016 conference, the Cupertino giant has released a number of stats about the developer interest generated by the iOS platform, as well as the yearly developer event.
The latest Kantar stats show little change in the downward trend for Windows Phone as Android and iOS steal the show, and the battle for converting feature phone users in the US is still on.
Microsoft hit a massive milestone this month, their latest OS - Windows 10 - has stormed into second place, overtaking Windows 8.1. Now it has it's sight set on Windows 7.
The latest data from IDC shows that the wearable device market is still dominated by Fitbit and Apple. But Xiaomi is right on Apple's heels, which should make for an interesting holiday season.
Windows 10 adoption looks to have slowed down during October. It's not wholly bad news for Microsoft though as Windows 10 usage is still increasing. Adoption could increase over the holiday season.
With the news yesterday, that Windows 10 has seen 110 million installs since its launch just over two months ago, new figures from Quantcast paint a very depressing picture for Microsoft's Edge.
Microsoft has listed several intriguing stats about the company's achievements so far, which highlights the number of users on the company's platforms as well as individuals linked to the company.
According to data from AdDuplex, Windows 10 for phones is just starting to make a mark on Windows OS market share, but it has a long way to go before it'll even beat Windows Phone 7.
The latest AdDuplex data shows that the low-end Lumia 630 is doing well in the market, and Windows 10 is already entering the charts thanks to the enthusiasm around the preview version of the OS.
The number of tablet users is still growing at a great speed, but not for long, due to abundance in developed markets, as well as competition from other mobile devices like phablets and hybrids.
Reddit has chosen to offer some of its stats from 2014, showing that they are a step closer to becoming the "front page of the internet," with a nice infographic for your pleasure.