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Last week at the D11 conference in California Mary Meeker gave her famous Internet Trends Report for the second year in a row.

Meeker, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, gave highlights of the growth of Internet usage, other activities on mobile devices, the enormous gap between mobile internet usage and mobile monetization, and a glimpse into what she feels is the future; the rise of wearable technology.

Given that Meeker has a rapid-fire delivery system for hundreds of slides, here’s the full video and the full deck. It’s definitely worth looking at for the eye-opening statistics that it provides, but ahead are the most important from the 120 page slideshow.

Enjoy!

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There seems to be a $20 billion opportunity to monetize in Internet and mobile advertising.


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15% of the global Internet traffic is now done through mobile.


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Over a fifth of all mobile subscribers now use smartphones, up 31% from last year.


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In terms of usage and shipments of devices, tablets have shown a stunning growth; they’ve actually exceeded notebooks and desktops since their introduction less than three years ago.


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People reach to their smartphones 150 times per day on average. Something to take note of is that people check their alarms 8 times a day, which doesn’t seem to make any sense, but these trends indicates a move towards wearables in the future to make all these tasks more automated.


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In China, Internet access via mobile has surpassed accessing the Web via desktop.


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In South Korea, search queries using mobile surpassed those using PC.


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In China, users spend more time on mobile and Internet than the couch potatoes of the US watching TV.


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Eight out of the top ten Internet Properties are from the United States while 81% of the users are outside of the United States.


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Americans are surprisingly private compared to other countries. Maybe being an underachiever here isn’t so bad though.


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There’s a huge shortage of STEM graduates to fill positions in the US, and the top companies can’t seem to find enough people to hire.


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Over 500 million photos are shared per day, and that number is set to double in 2013.






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