Here are some of the key figures from the report:
3.8 billion – The number of people online - it’s the first time that more than half of the world’s population is on the internet.
5 – Percent of remote workers in the US, up from 3% in 2000.
7 – The number of tech companies in the top 10 list of companies by market cap.
87 – Percent of global web traffic that was encrypted in Q1 2019, from 53 percent just three years ago.
2.4 billion - The number of interactive gamers worldwide. This number represents a growth of 6 percent year over year.
26 – Percent of US adults who said they were constantly online, up from 21% three years ago.
52 million – The number of American adults who use a wearable device. This figure has grown by 2x in four years.
60 – Percent of most highly valued tech companies founded by 1st or 2nd generation Americans.
The report examines a number of growing business trends – freemium business models, e-commerce sales, ad spending, healthcare, interactive gaming, and dives into how the internet and technology businesses are finding product-market fit in non US countries. China and Chinese companies in particular gets a lot of slides in the presentation. View the full internet trends report here.