Are you having a hard time communicating with older adults in your life you can not hear? This infographic from Lift Caregiving share some tips for helping you and your loved ones have better communication.
It’s no big surprise that smartphone usage increases each and every year. It took 16 years before it actually hit 1 Billion users but due to high technology, it will only need 3 years to reach 2 Billion users. This is how fast smartphones users increase and its operating system has been recognized and well used. The following infographic by the team at CouponAudit, reveals some interesting numbers regarding the growth of smart phone users.
Mobile phones have become an integral part of a human being’s life and with an emerging technology like NFC, the reliance on these devices is just getting more fervid. Mobile posters, mobile coupons and mobile tickets – NFC is making all that possible. Here is an infographic by Enterprise Mobility Technology & Solutions on NFC that encompasses its history, roadmap, its comparison with other wireless technologies, adoption across industries and the challenges confronted.
Modern life is very different for the class of 2012 than it has been for any prior generation. This infographic from Netop highlights some of the facets of modern life that the newest generation may take for granted, including instant messaging, online shopping, smartphones, high speed wireless internet, etc. It clearly shows how the class of 2012 utilizes technology on a daily basis, more so than any other generation.
Whether we’re happy about it or not, our technology changes at a breakneck pace with all technologies eventually being overcome by new innovations. In the business world this kind of tech is known as “disruptive technology.” In this infographic, Frugal Dad looks at many of the crucial disruptions that have brought us to today’s tech.
This infographic from Help For Depression does not necessarily convey the message that Facebook causes depression because there is no data to support it. Instead, it illustrates how we use Facebook to share our thoughts, feelings, and personal interests.
Face-to-face discussions are the foundation of human communication, and once established it allows us to build trust, clearly articulate our ideas and minimize misunderstanding. However, for many of us, face-to-face is a growing rarity, replaced by text messaging, Skype, e-mails, and social media.