I’ve pointed out the discrepancy between how Facebook and Google+ count users before, but I’ll underline it again. Google counts the number of users that have joined Google+. Facebook counts the number of users who use the service anywhere on the Internet at least once within the last 30 days.
For the longest time, people have been content with a paltry 1024×768 resolution. For the first time in three years, 1024×768 has finally fallen behind a competing resolution. The new most popular resolution worldwide is now a better, but still really small, 1366×768. This information comes from StatCounter who has been keeping track of global screen resolution trends since 2009. Surely this isn’t that important though, right? Wrong!
"Statistics are important information. From the numbers below, we see that Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer are the most popular browsers today."