Category: Internet Infographics
Do you access the Internet through your computer or smartphone? If you do, you are vulnerable to spyware. In other words, we are all at risk. This infographic takes a look at the truth about how spyware affects all of us.
In this infographic by Veravo, learn thirteen Google search tricks that that will help you to search better and make your life a whole lot easier.
Most people have really messy bathroom cabinets because they squeeze too much stuff in it. You need a serious reorganization of your bathroom cabinets to make your life easier and tidier. Luckily, you can read this helpful infographic to get some great advices that will help you with your reorganization.
Lucas James Celebrity Personal Trainer has put together a guide that will help those who are constantly on-the-go or maintain a busy lifestyle choose healthy convenience foods. The guide includes all the high-protein snacks needed to maintain a fit and healthy lifestyle.
Social media has grown rapidly in the last decade and has changed the way people connect socially bringing people together from all corners of the globe who share the same interests, activities and views. It’s created endless platforms for aspiring singers, actors and writers who have the chance to get their voice heard. In this [...]
The following infographic portrays 15 different moments where living with flatmates (roommates) is better than living alone. Toilet paper, the fridge when open or closed, the bills, the trash, a phone’s missed calls – these items part of our daily lives can be seen differently if used alone or as part of a shared household.
Christmas dinner is a favorite of the British public, but whilst your tucking into your turkey, potatoes and stuffing, do you ever wonder what Christmas dinners are like over the rest of the world? Dining habits and dish choices vary greatly across the globe, and there is no exception when it comes to Christmas day.
Today, you’ve probably already signed on to at least one social media website, or checked one of your favorite news websites, or at the very least taken a quick glance at your emails to see what’s up. But what if you didn’t have any access to all of that? This infographic looks at life without the Internet.
Credit card fraud is the number one fear for consumers in the midst of the global financial crisis. In fact, 11.1 million people in North America fall victim to credit fraud each year. Know which credit card providers you can trust and learn about the 5 biggest credit card heists in history with this infographic.
Data centers are typically very expensive to maintain. Housing all those interconnected servers requires an enormous amount of power. They must run 24/7 and one data center can use as much energy as 180,000 homes, and the energy requirements are increasing each year. In fact, each complex holds megawatt generators holding thousands of gallons of fuel in case of a power outage.
Do you spend 1-2 hours on Facebook everyday? If so, you will waste about 7 months in 10 years time! There are tons of limit-time-on-Facebook post out there, but most of them encourage readers to deactivate their Facebook account as the ultimate solution. This is certainly not the right and best way. Here are 10 tips to limit your time wasted on Facebook, and most importantly, they actually work.
This infographic entitled, “The Evolution of Google Search” from Vijay Web Solutions takes a in-depth look at all those core and existing components that enable Google to deliver relevant & accurate search results.
A lot of different companies are working on OpenStack, and a lot of people are influencing it. Learn more about OpenStack and how to make sense of it in this infographic from Tesora.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… the Death Star projects failed spectacularly. The Empire made 10 classic project management mistakes that could have been avoided with just a little patience and insight. In this infographic, learn these 10 important lessons direct from the failures of the Empire leadership to make sure your projects don’t explode into a million tiny pieces.