Tag: cell phones
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.
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.
This infographic from the folks at Shop Texas Electricity shows many of the different ways where cell phones can waste our time. Are you guilty of any of these?
Everyone is always looking for the best smartphone, but how do you choose between all the different options? Check out the infographic below presented by Startapp to see the best Android phones for 2013.
The following infographic by The Snugg provides descriptions and demographics of mobile phone usage amongst college age individuals. Learn the types of activities that phones are used for as well as the total amount of time spent using phones and the most popular apps, phone brand, and network providers.
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.
Did you know a damaged smartphones causes millions of dollars in losses a year? Smartphones all over the world suffer through inadvertent drops and falls, nicks and scratches from banging against other inanimate objects and even damage from liquids. A cell phone that has been soaked in beer at your favorite watering hole likely won’t be providing you with much useful functionality.
You know love is in the air when you start seeing Cupid cutouts and giant red hearts everywhere you go. And this may all be endearing and dazzling to some, but if you’ve just come to realize Valentine’s Day is a few sunsets away, you may not find the love fest decorations so lovely anymore. You may be stuck in a moment of anxiety just like Tommy, our hero.
Do you remember the days you sent a 160-character SMS and played Snake? Well, we’ve certainly come a long way since then. This infographic reveals how much mobile broadband has grown. Discover the humble beginnings of mobile usage from budding 1G technology in the 80s all the way up to the super-awesome 4G broadband providers like vividwireless offer today.
Ever suffer from bill shock? Ever open your cell phone bill to be greeted with a number you weren’t expecting? Of course you have. The following infographic shows some of the most extreme cases of bill shock and what led to their insane international charges.
AYTM Research has conducted a detailed market research study of the smartphone market as it stands now towards the end of 2012, and created the following infographic which examines what consumers looking to get a new smart phone are most interested in, particularly looking at the iPhone market.
The infographic by Cash For iPhones illustrates how millions of iPhones can inflict grave consequences to the environment and provides some suggestions on how to embrace the ‘Green Apple’ approach not only on iPhones but across all similar types of devices.
The following infographic takes a look at how South Africans use of cell phones within the country and includes research into the areas of telecommunications, general internet users, internet access, social network users, mobile operators, how people use smartphones as well as the advantages of mobile marketing.
Everyone knows teens are wild for their phones (75% of 12-17-year-olds have them!), but how are parents coping? The following infographic from Safely looks at mobile phone usage data from their network of users to show the true story of the new mobile craze.