Technology Infographics



How Much Does It Cost to Develop a Mobile App?

How much does it cost to create an iPhone, iPad, or Android application? Mobile app development price estimation is a complex process affected by many factors. This infographic looks at how much you might expect to give away for your fancy new iPhone, iPad, or Android application, and what that money is actually paying for.

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How Does the asTech2 Benefit Repair Shop Owners?

The asTech™2 is a new remote diagnostic scanner that not only benefits collision repair professionals and vehicle owners, but also helps repair shop owners and operators increase profits and customer satisfaction. Here is a look at how repair shop owners benefit from equipping their businesses with the asTech™2.

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Camera Image Sensor Chips Compared: CCD vs CMOS

Anyone learning about cameras will inevitably ask why some cameras use CCD chips, and others use CMOS chips to detect and process light and create images. Here is an infographic that covers this topic in an easy-to-digest graphical format and is a useful tool for budding camera enthusiasts regardless of what kind of cameras they use, or what industry they work in.

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How to Choose Your Internet Connection

As the Internet continues to grow at an incredible rate, the variety of ways to get connected has grown as well. Between Cable, DSL, Satellite, Fiber and Dial-up, it can be difficult to determine which option is best for your needs, so this infographic outlines the different types of internet and how to compare these services.

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Technology and The Future of America’s Infrastructure

Across the US, highways are in poor shape and deteriorating by the day. Community leaders realize the important of making improvements and updating bridges, roads and highways but at an aggregate cost estimated in the billions, most are unsure of this crucial investment will be financed. Fueling the issue is the fact that highway congestion in major metro areas is becoming a problem as populations grow and morning commutes increase.

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How Have Earthquakes Shaped Civil Engineering

Earthquakes can be incredibly devastating, and throughout history, there have been countless examples of entire cities being brought low, with damage even causing fires and flooding afterwards. Thanks to advances in civil engineering, the construction of buildings, bridges, roads and highways has progressed resulting in safer structures for our society.

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How Wearable Tech is Transforming a Coach’s Decision-Making

Technology companies are making massive strides in developing and marketing wearable devises for athletic teams. Companies like Zephyr Technology, Viperpod, Smartlife, miCoach, and Catapult are transforming how athletic coaches make decisions, how sports are played, and ultimately, the performance, health, and safety of professional sports players themselves.

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How Mobile App Development Will Pan Out In 2016

This infographic takes a look at the possible scene in the mobile app development segment this year. The figures quoted in the infographic may surprise the reader but then, these are based on facts and they need to be taken cognizance of. It also takes a look at the Internet of Things technology and how it will impact connectivity with the inevitable integration of objects including devices, vehicles and structures, effortlessly.

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4 Killer Features That Makes The DJI Phantom 4 Special

The all new DJI Phantom 4 was released in March 2016 and is already dubbed “the intelligent drone” thanks to four new killer features that make it easier, more fun, safer and longer to fly. In this infographic we take a look at these four features and what they do.

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Apple iPhone 6s Review and Specifications

The Apple iPhone 6S was launched this year in September and quickly captured the limelight with the revolutionary features it offered. The new iPhone 6S featured with various software and technology tweaks, like Live photos and 3D touch technology, which was a step-up in smartphone innovation.

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Software Is Not Eating The World

Plenty of people think software is going to take away their jobs, but this just isn’t true. Learn more about how automation helps in this infographic from Global SEM Partners.

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Go Big By Going Small

Experts estimate by 2020 the telecommunications network will need to support more than 1,000 times today’s volume of traffic. The frequency range used by cellular devices is already strained and with the anticipated growth in the coming years experts are growing more concerned. Smart antennas operating on the millimeter-wave band offer one possible engineering solution to the problem of how to move the future’s data.

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