Google Glass should be released to the public within the next year. It will definitely be the next big thing in mobile technology, but with any mobile tech people might wonder if and how it will distract us, especially from driving. Check out the infographic below presented by CarInsuranceQuotes.com to learn more about Google Glass and how it will help or hinder drivers.
Many of the worlds most familiar automotive manufacturers are made up of multiple smaller brands that have been acquired over the years. Produced for Stoneacre.co.uk, this infographic not only lists all the brands that make up the Ford Motor Company but also covers key developments over the years such as the introduction of their first motorcar over 100 years ago.
This infographic by Aryaka provides information on why information technology has played a critical role in the enterprise. They collected some data points that they have come across recently and used them to create the following infographic.
HTML5 vs Native App battle has been going on from long now. While most mobile app developers with enough time and money resources still prefer to go with Native Apps, others are using HTML5 or Hybrid apps to reduce development time.This infographic by TechAhead list important points through visually rich graphics.
This infographic from Readz provides an overview of some key numbers in the mobile (digital) publishing landscape. You will find stats on the growing ownership of devices, where reading scores appear in comparison to other favorite activities on devices, when people like to read and on which particular device as well as other such relevant information.
To know the Evolution of HTML5, CSS Chopper presents an infographic that contains the past, present and future of HTML5. Every aspect of HTML5 right from its introduction, different phases and the present scenario has been explained wonderfully. As well, the future prospective has also been described in a striking manner.
Do you check your texts or make phone calls when visiting the bathroom? What would you do if you dropped your phone into the toilet bowl? Read the following infographic from Better Bathrooms and be prepared should the worst happen.
As the years go by, technology improves all the more, for example from making life easier to making life safer. Check out the following infographic by Cupertino Phone which illustrates how smartphones, such as the iPhone, are saving lives.
Programming languages form the foundation inn a world of increasing inter-connectivity. However, did you know that the first programming language is over 100 years old and was written by a woman? It’s true! Check out the following infographic from Veracode as we delve into the history, evolution, and prevalence of programming languages over the years.
It’s billed as the battle of the century, at least as far as app developers are concerned; which has better ROI, Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android? Consumers are split: Apple have the single largest market share, Google have numerous manufacturers on their side; iOS dominates North America, Android wins out in Europe. Learn more about this battle between iOS and Android in the following infographic by Webdesigner Depot.
Engineering has been around for centuries but it’s only the latter half of the 20th century that technology has rapidly progressed, which has allowed mankind to build structures of unparalleled craft and engineering prowess. After reading up on this infographic from American Trainco, there is no doubt it will leave you in awe of how and what we’re capable of when equipped with some tools and sheer ingenuity.
Speeding tickets are the bane of lead-footed drivers everywhere. Nothing puts a damper on your day like seeing those red and blue flashing lights pull up behind you on the interstate. That’s why many individuals have invested in radar detection devices to alert them when a police scanner is nearby.
This infographic by Mobile Spy explores how teens use their mobile phones. Armed with an iPhone or Android, children find plenty of ways to spend valuable time with their device. Parents can find out exactly how their children use their phones without needing to stand over their shoulder every step of the way.
The world of smartphone apps is a hard place to succeed in. Only one in six smartphone apps exceed 500 total downloads and 75 percent of apps earn the developer less than $500 per month. Because app markets are saturated, very few apps are able to accumulate many downloads. In this infographic, Startapp takes a look at five of the top grossing free apps on the Android market to see what they did that led them to major success.