Queen of the Net: Mary Meeker’s latest trends report

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5/29/2013

Here’s Mary Meeker’s Latest Internet Trends Report: Mobile, Wearables, And More

Every year, Mary Meeker, the “Queen of the Internet,” issues her latest massive report on Internet trends, usually in a speed-talking, speed-sliding presentation at a big tech conference.

This year’s no different, as the former longtime Morgan Stanley  analyst and now partner at the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers issued her report at the AllThingsD D11 conference today. You can view the entire slideshow at Slideshare or on Kleiner’s site. You can also view the video here.

This year’s highlights presented at D11 include the continued rapid rise of mobile computing and communications, the importance of and rising concern about personal data, and the imminent rise of wearable computers and other new form factors. The quick summary from Meeker herself:

Mobile usage is expanding rapidly, while the mobile advertising opportunity remains largely untapped. The report reviews the shifting online landscape, which has become more social and content rich, with expanded use of photos, video and audio. Looking ahead, the report finds early signs of growth for wearable computing devices, like glasses, connected wrist bands and watches – and the emergence of connected cars, drones and other new platforms.

There’s a wealth of data and insights here, as always, so kick back and flip through the 117 slides to see what’s happening online today and what’s coming next.

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