Category: Internet Infographics

Private vs Personalized Search: Duck Duck Go vs Google

Private vs Personalized Search: Duck Duck Go vs Google

March 24, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Among the most daunting concerns of modern age is the online privacy. People are spending more and more time online and are vaguely aware if at all that their personal information is gathered all around the Internet. Hobbies, interests, online activity and search history – those are all details that the web bots carefully gather and file under our profile while we are considering which T-shirt to order or which news site to follow.

Improve Your Internet Security

Improve Your Internet Security

March 10, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

What would happen if you left your wallet and phone at some unfamiliar place? It may get stolen and your personal information might be misused. This is often how you leave your personal information on plenty of websites while using online services. Stealing information on web is a common occurrence these days. However, if you take precautions while using the Internet, your privacy will remain intact.

Public Transit & Mobile WiFi: Millennials Lead the Way

Public Transit & Mobile WiFi: Millennials Lead the Way

March 6, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Millennials want to connect with the community and the world, and they’re using mobile WiFi to do so. As the generation that considers mobile phones more essential than cars, Millennials use public transportation more often than Baby Boomers and Gen X-ers as they seek to help the planet, socialize online during rides, and make their lives more convenient.

The Invisible Threat To London’s Economy

The Invisible Threat To London’s Economy

March 4, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

London, especially the area called Square Mile, is experiencing some of the slowest Internet speeds to date compared to its European counter parts. It is one of the major hubs of business and commerce worldwide and this does not sit well with the millions of companies that have situated their headquarters in the heart of London. These companies make hefty contributions to the UK’s overall economic output and not letting them have the best possible Internet not only hampers their growth but the country’s growth and development as well.

Could Your Footwear Be Damaging Your Feet?

Could Your Footwear Be Damaging Your Feet?

February 26, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Shoes that do not fit correctly, offer limited arch support or cause instability can result on long and short term injuries. Harris and Ross have put together the following infographic to help you understand how your chosen footwear could be causing you problems. [Click here for full size version]

Then and Now – 45 Years of Internet Access

Then and Now – 45 Years of Internet Access

February 9, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

It’s amazing to think how far the Internet has come, since its development in 1969. Following this infographic, you can track the progression of internet connectivity over the years, up to the present day. What do you think the internet has in store for us in the future?

The Missing Piece to the Skills Gap Puzzle

The Missing Piece to the Skills Gap Puzzle

February 2, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Every year, wide-eyed, enthusiastic college graduates are being sent into the world to fulfill their greatest hopes and dreams as promising, ambitious … unemployed 20-somethings living in their childhood bedrooms. Know what else? The blame can’t be pinned entirely on millennials. Disgruntled employers, desperate job seekers, and never-ending nightmares of indentured servitude internships — these are brought to you courtesy of a sticky and subtle problem: the skills gap.

Email Is Officially Middle-Aged! 44 Years of Email

Email Is Officially Middle-Aged! 44 Years of Email

January 26, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

In the past 44 years, email has gone from being a little-used form of communication reserved for only the most tech-savvy, to something so commonplace that it’s become part of our daily vocabulary. And just think- in the time that it took you to read this infographic, you probably got an e-mail. [Click image for [...]

The Truth About How Spyware Affects You

The Truth About How Spyware Affects You

January 23, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

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.

Google Search Tricks

Google Search Tricks

January 20, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

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.

Bathroom Cabinet Organization Cheatsheet

Bathroom Cabinet Organization Cheatsheet

January 12, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

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.

A Guide to Healthy Convenience Foods

A Guide to Healthy Convenience Foods

January 5, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

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.

How Social Are Celebrities on Social Media

How Social Are Celebrities on Social Media

January 5, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

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 infographic learn how social celebrities actually are on social media.

Living Alone vs Living With Flatmates

Living Alone vs Living With Flatmates

December 29, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

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.