Category: Technology Infographics
It may seem far-fetched now, but a Space Economy is on the rise and some of the world’s technology leaders are investing in mining, supply chains and manufacturing in space. Here is an infographic that looks at manufacturing the space economy.
In 2004 Bill Gates predicted the death of the password. It now feels that we’re moving closer to seeing Gates’ prediction come to fruition, but why has it taken so long? SSLs.com takes a look at the death of the one-time password in this infographic.
Internet-connected cars provide us the ability to think of our cars as smartphones on steroids. Coupled with sensor and optical technologies, today’s cars will be able to do things we’ve never dreamed. This infographic shows ten of the hottest connected car trends for 2015 and beyond that enable this automotive revolution.
These days we all seems to have a lot of passwords to remember. Some of us use the same password for multiple accounts to make things easier, but this can leave us less secure. Learn more about password security from this infographic from the folks at Meldium. [Click here for full size version] Embed [...]
Treasury technology allows a holistic approach to managing cash and risk. This infographic from Reval explains how comprehensive SaaS TRM solutions can help treasurers gain total visibility to offer competitive value to the business.
Do you need to choose between Single Mode Fiber (SMF) and Multi Mode Fiber (SMF) for you or for your clients? There are certain things you need to know before making that decision which can prevent additional costs in the future. This infographic explores this further.
As we all know, there are an endless variety of apps out there for all types of activities and occasions. When it comes to the older generation, they can have different priorities in terms of what they want from technology. With this in mind, Home Care Technologies has created an infographic which details some of the best apps available for older people in terms of a number of categories e.g. health, communication, entertainment, surfing the web and more.
There is a lot of buzz around programming nowadays. If you are interested in learning coding, you should pick your first programming language to learn based on your purpose and preference. Here is a flowchart, put together by CarlCheo.Com, to help beginners to choose the best programming language to learn first easily.
Will science put an end to dementia? Is artificial intelligence in autonomous drone-drone combat possible? How about intention decoding algorithms? This timeline explores the future, looking ahead to the new technologies, big ideas and possibilities that lie downstream of breakthrough lab discoveries being made today in five science-driven areas.
This infographic examines the proliferation of the mobile app industry. It looks at the demographics of mobile app usage versus the web, the analytics of time spent on apps and also at possible app growth markets.
Without the BLDC motor, components on airplane wings won’t deploy and some cockpit instruments won’t work. Brushless motors have vital functions in aerospace applications that are essential to safety, national security and space exploration. Sinotech brings you the featured infographic to show the role of the aerospace industry in the U.S., a brief history of flight and the significance of brushless DC motors.
In the past decade, mass transportation ridership has exploded to levels that haven’t been reached since the 1950’s. Increasing numbers of Millennials are choosing to take the train to work rather than drive, giving them an extra chunk of potentially productive time during their day. With mobile WiFi, commuters have the opportunity to utilize travel time, and 68% of riders are willing to watch ads to get it.
Here is the complete guide to using iTunes 12 without going crazy put together by the folks at Wondershare.
It’s December which means the world is buzzing with 2015 industry predictions. WatchGuard Technologies is taking a different approach. With 2015 IT budgets stretched thin, the company is offering five un-predictions that security pros can ignore in 2015 and five they can’t.