In September Google introduced a new site where users can find Internet statistics from various sources. It’s called Google Internet Stats. It appears that either Google forgot or is pretending it didn’t happen, because today they have a new post up introducing it again.
"This Google resource brings together the latest industry facts and insights," says Google’s Selina Rennie. "These have been collected from a number of third party sources covering a range of topics from macroscopic media trends to how consumer behaviour and technology are changing over time."
You can choose from the categories like broadband, devices, mobile, community, entertainment, information, eCommerce, changes in media usage, etc. You can also look at specific verticals like automotive, business and industrial markets, entertainment, finance, Google, Government and public sector, etc.
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Google updates the site on a weekly basis with the latest stats.