14 March 2014 - 2:00pm | posted by | 0 comments

Infographic: Wearables and privacy knock hardware and hacking off SXSW top trends

Infographic: Wearables and privacy knock hardware and hacking off SXSW top trendsInfographic: Wearables and privacy knock hardware and hacking off SXSW

Edward Snowden beat Julian Assange, Lady Gaga beat Grumpy Cat and Omlet beat Secret App at SXSW, research from Manning Gottlieb OMD has discovered.

The agency compared the tweets from 2013 to the tweets from 2014, finding an additional 140,000 tweets sent over the course of four days, with an average of 12,194 tweets per hour.

The infographic also looks at the major trends and big speakers of 2014, comparing them against the key points from 2013.

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