Category: Technology Infographics
Passengers on private charters not only increasingly use mobile devices, but they have come to expect mobile WiFi when they travel. This infographic examines the private charter industry, its importance to the American economy, and its use by students and the educational system.
App Optimization for iOS 7, which has been specially designed for iOS app developers. It offers insights on the new features and tools available in Apple’s latest OS, and encourages app developers (who have not yet made the iOS 7 leap) to move their apps forward to avoid providing users with an outdated app experience.
We use our phones for everything. In fact, some of us couldn’t get through the holidays without it. But just why is it so important? In the infographic below, Asurion takes a look at what Americans use their cellphones for most.
When it comes to treats, Android does it best. Having its versions named after desserts, Team Social Cubix has put together an infographic that looks at the history of Android and will send its readers on a sugar rush.
Ever wondered what’s next after Google Glass? Or how about trying to understand how augmented reality could be useful to the every-man? Well, this neat infographic takes a look at the various fields who are currently using augmented reality to enhance the user experience. The sky’s the limit with this technology and we’ll be seeing it more and more in hospitals, schools, retail locations and possible on your own eyeball.
Google’s first Nexus phone started out as a developer device, but through the years the lineup became more and more popular with the end-user market as well. Last year’s Nexus devices produced great sales figures, and the new generation is even more promising. To celebrate the arrival of the Nexus 5, this infographic shows the evolution of Google’s Nexus phones, from the beginning to the brand new handset.
Cell phones were first invented back in 1973, with the first cell phone available to the public being the $3,995 Motorola DynaTac in 1983. Fast-forward to 2013, and there are 3.5 million cell phone users-including you! Computer Science Degree Hub has created an infographic explaining the history of the cell phone, the most popular models, and the top companies in the cell phone business.
It seems that, more and more, science fiction is becoming non-fiction. While we wait on delivery of our personal jetpacks, at least we can already look forward to augmented reality contact lenses (which actually kind of give us the heebie-jeebies). Read all about the contact lenses and more in the following infographic: The Future of The Web and Technology.
Making your battery survive more time, whether it’s the one in your smartphone or in your laptop, is an art. This infographic from Budget Batteries has all the tips and tricks you need to know.
Completed in Q3 of 2013, this survey explored management of network technologies and standards. Over 250 respondents from around the world provided insight into core network functionality including SNMP, *flow technology, syslog management and preferred hardware vendors. The results are presented visually in the following infographic from Opsview.
Samsung Semiconductor has published “What Makes a Good Smartphone Camera,” an infographic that shows how image sensor technology helps users capture the perfect image on their mobile devices.
Nearly three decades ago, the first fully-functional 3D printer was created in 1984 by inventor Chuck Hull. Flash-forward to 2012, and the market for 3D printers and/or printing-related services now exceed $2.2 billion, worldwide — a 29 percent spike from 2011! Silver Image London looks at the future of printing in this infographic.
If it can be imagined, it can be created. As creative minds have risen to positions of power within companies, or created companies as a result of their creative endeavors, it was simply a matter of time before the architecture that housed said companies would manifest in unusual and unique ways. From the Googleplex to The Eden Project, this infographic presents 7 High Tech Wonders of the World
We spend an astounding amount of time looking at flat screen displays these days, from computer monitors to TV’s to smartphones. It’s about time we knew a little more about something so familiar. www.getdirecttv.org has created the following infographic to explain the inner workings of our favorite technologies.