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GAFAM dominiert S&P

„Corporate America has a 1%, too, more influential than ever – Now that they’ve already taken over our lives, big tech companies are taking over the stock market. – The five biggest U.S. stocksApple, Microsoft, Google’s parent company, Amazon and Facebook – have grown so explosively that they account for nearly 18% of the S&P 500 index by market value, when they make up just 1% of its population. Never before have five companies held such powerful sway over the index, according to Morgan Stanley strategists.“


Onlinedating boomt!

„Pew: 30% of US adults have used online dating; 12% found a committed relationship from it – Dating app usage in the U.S. is on the rise, but so are the issues it brings. According to a new Pew Research Center report on online dating, out today, 30% of U.S. adults have at some point used a dating app or website. That’s up from just 11% in 2013. A smaller number of U.S. adults, 12%, said they found a long-term relationship via online dating. In addition, a majority of users reported an overall positive experience with online dating. But when drilling down into specific areas, some significant issues around harassment surfaced.“


Mobil: das Festnetz stirbt

„Menschen verbrauchen immer mehr Datenvolumen – Festnetzminuten sinken – Die Nutzung von Smartphones nimmt stetig zu, das Datenvolumen steigt – und Festnetztelefonie ist rückläufig, meldet die Bundesnetzagentur. – Die mobil telefonierten Minuten hingegen stiegen in den letzten Jahren noch stetig leicht an, in diesem Bereich liegen allerdings noch keine Zahlen für 2019 vor. 2018 wurde vom Mobilfunk aus rund 118 Milliarden Minuten telefoniert – und damit telefonierten die Bundesbürger erstmals mehr mobil als ‚klassisch‘.“


IGTV Monetarisierung

Instagram prototypes letting IGTV creators monetize with ads – Instagram may finally let IGTV video makers earn money 18 months after launching the longer-form content hub. Instagram confirms to TechCrunch that it has internally prototyped an Instagram Partner Program that would let creators earn money by showing advertisements along with their videos. By giving creators a sustainable and hands-off way to generate earnings from IGTV, they might be inspired to bring more high-quality content to the destination. – The program could potentially work similarly to Facebook Watch, where video producers earn a 55 percent cut of revenue from ‚Ad Breaks‘ inserted into the middle of their content.“