We let the eMarketer interns take over the studio for a day so they could explain their digital behaviors to the world. Are these younger folks using Facebook the way they used to? What do they use each of the social media platforms for? What do they think about digital advertising? How do their spending habits vary?

Eric Berry, CEO and co-founder of TripleLift, spoke about how server-side bidding could change the pricing dynamics of programmatic ad buying.

Most companies are not using mixed reality in any way, according to a recent study, but that doesn’t mean they don't think it's important.

It seems like teenagers would appreciate taking a break from their smartphones, if only they knew how.

Quorum mined statements from members of Congress over the past decade and found that they talk more about technology than any other sector of the economy.

Pandora remains the most popular streaming music service in the US, according to eMarketer's new forecast, but Spotify's continued growth will change the balance of the market in coming years.

Data from the Pew Research Center indicates some similarities in attitudes across age groups when it comes to technology companies.

Recent controversies over data security may be amping up consumer concerns about privacy. A new survey asked how much consumers valued their data. The answer was simple: a lot.

Although their children are digital natives, many US parents worry their kids are too enthralled by device screens. But the remedies have downsides, too.

Not only do consumers want businesses to be open and honest in their social posts, they actually hold businesses to a higher standard than they hold for themselves.

CDPs are the hot thing in marketing tech, even though their main features have existed for several years.

A record number of US consumers will have pulled the plug on pay TV by the end of 2018. In order to slow the viewer exodus, traditional TV providers are teaming up with an unlikely partner: Netflix.

Connected TV households now make up nearly three-quarters of all US households, but those penetration levels don’t necessarily add up to a huge advertising market—yet.

Millennials have been the focus of advertisers, retailers and media for over a decade. Marketers are recognizing this massive shift, but not all are capable of meeting the expectations of younger consumers.

Consumers don't necessarily mind going into stores, but they do expect brick-and-mortar retailers to behave differently than they once did. In the latest episode of "Behind the Numbers," eMarketer Analyst Andrew Lipsman discusses what shoppers expect and how retailers can meet them halfway.

Personalized messages, geolocated notifications, loyalty programs—all are available via mobile passes in wallets.

How large is the market for subscription video services like Netflix and Amazon Prime, and what impact are they having on the pay TV sector? In today’s “Behind the Numbers,” eMarketer analysts and forecasters dig into the latest forecasts and discuss the factors that are changing the ways consumers watch video.

A third of mid-market companies spend at least 5% of their total revenues on technology, according to Deloitte.

Many companies now use big data to optimize their marketing efforts, but what about broader company initiatives? eMarketer explores how some firms are using marketing data to power their product and merchandising efforts.