Category: Technology Infographics
Drones are everywhere nowadays, and it’s not just the military that’s using them. Check out the following infographic by Camcode to learn more about drones and how they are being used.
What if Downton Abbey was a smart home? How would wifi, phones, texts and smart technology devices change the lives of the nobility and servants? Find out with this infographic.
Computer programming is on the rise. In fact, it is estimated that by 2020, computer-related employment will rise by 22%. Check out the following infographic to learn more.
The myths and facts of IP surveillance cameras have been long discussed in our community. This infographic summarizes what tone needs to look at before purchasing surveillance products as there are various options and wide variety of choices when it comes to surveillance market.
We all love our smartphones, but when it comes to mobile privacy they aren’t really the best. Check out the following infographic to learn about how smartphones can essentially hack your life.
Believe it or not, but women actually prefer men that are tech savvy over gym rats. Check out the following infographic presented by Crucial to learn more.
Welcome to the future where your house keys will tell you they’re still on your desk at work, your tools will remind you you loaned them to a friend and your car will drive itself to retrieve both. Business Management Degrees has put together an infographic detailing Google’s dominion over data through their mapping program. The graphic is particularly interesting to those of us with interests in privacy, education, and of course the control of data and personal information.
BLE and NFC are playing a key role in helping mobile technologies redefine how businesses and consumers engage with one another. But how are they different? Check out the following infographic to learn more.
The subject of data storage has been given new life by an interactive infographic from Dell dubbed the ‘History of Data Storage’. Click on the static image to view the interactive version.
Here is a list of tech gadgets that you can get for your love ones this Valentine. It includes the more popular gadgets that you know your love ones will be impressed with, and some of them are so affordable too. Check out this guide and you are on your way to a better Valentine’s day date night.
In this animated infographic, Wyzowl is presenting different types of animation that the majority of us all encounter or benefit from in some way on a daily basis. They start with computer animation and provide information about interactive animation, real time animation, performance animation, and keyframe. Then they move on to motion capture, highlighting information about inverse kinematics. Finally, they’ll shed light on how animation is being used to improve user experience and interaction design.
We’ve come a long way, from Super Nintendo to Google Glass, in a short amount of time. Who remembers before everyone had cell phones in their pockets, that they had pagers clipped on their belts? Before iPods, there was the Walkman. Before compact disks, the mighty 8-track tape. Technology is moving so quickly, that if you blink you could miss an entire generation of communication or portable music device.
While Microsoft Office and PDF have a lot to offer on their own, integrating the two can provide you with a supercharged suite of tools to make your workflows more efficient than ever before. Learn more in this infographic.
Want to learn about some of the hottest wearable tech gadgets on the market? Check out the following infographic which explores the future of accessorizing.