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According to research firm NPD, U.S. gamers spent 42% less on video games in April 2012 compared to the same period last year.
A new report by mobile analytics firm Flurry shows that individuals in the U.S. are spending almost as much time with mobile apps, as they are with their TVs.
According to a recent study by comScore, the popularity of Webmail is noticeably dropping in the U.S. The report compares the time users spent online checking their e-mail in December 2011, versus December 2010.
According to a recent report by the NPD Group, U.S. consumers spent a whopping US$14.8 billion on video game content in 2012. While that figure is impressive on the surface, it still represents a nine per cent year-over-year decline.
According to comScore, U.S. Facebook users spent more time accessing the site via a smartphone than a computer in March.