In June 2011, a total of 167.2 million unique visitors went to Newspaper properties in Europe, up 11% from a year ago, with the UK’s Daily Mail leading the way, according to new research.
Web users from the UK are more concerned with online safety than users from any other country, according to a study published today by Internet security firm G Data.
Expedia, Priceline and Groupe SNCF were the most visited online travel properties in Europe according to new data from comScore.
Across Europe, 365.3 million unique visitors went online in April 2011 for an average of 24.2 hours per person, according to new research from comScore.
Germany has the most web users in Europe, but the Dutch and British spend the most time online, according to new data from comScore.
Yandex, Russia’s most popular internet search engine, plans to set the price of its planned initial public offering on U.S. stock exchange Nasdaq by May 23, according to a news report.
Online domain seller Sedo has announced that its recent brokerage of Sex.com has earned the Guinness World Record™ for “most expensive internet address domain name.”
Top 15 web properties in Russia, ranked by thousands of unique visitors (Aug 2010).
Business-based social networking site LinkedIn is set go public this year, according to a news report.
Facebook has produced a map that displays friend connections around the world, with the UK and US among the most connected on the social network.