This infographic takes a look at the top 6 software bugs in recent years and the impact that those bugs had. A simple coding error can have a dramatic impact on the program and cause serious error.
Toshiba analyses the evolution of laptops while celebrating its laptop number 10 million. How have the factors changed when choosing a laptop? How heavy was a laptop in 1988? Which one has been the best selling laptop? Discover answers to these questions and more in the following infographic.
Science fiction imagines the future. This infographic from Glow New Media brings together 50 years of SciFi in movies and shows us how our imagination leads us into the future of computer interface design.
Programming languages form the foundation inn a world of increasing inter-connectivity. However, did you know that the first programming language is over 100 years old and was written by a woman? It’s true! Check out the following infographic from Veracode as we delve into the history, evolution, and prevalence of programming languages over the years.
Computer viruses are the boogeymen of a technological world. They stealthily spread from machine to machine, wreaking sly devastation and costing the world billions of dollars in damage each year. If you think you may be at risk, check out this infographic to learn more about computer viruses and how to avoid them.
Have you ever owned a computer that made you want to pull your hair out? Wondering if your computer would be on the top 10 list of worst computers of all time? You might be in luck. Chassis Plans has created this interesting infographic outlining some of the worst computers of all time. From the Commodore VIC 20 to the Netbook, this visual takes you through some of the most loathed computers and the features that drove their owners mad.
Most people who have ever had to deal with a hacker know that it is not a fun scenario. The experts at Symantec reveal just how people and even businesses leave their computers open to compromise from hackers in the following infographic entitled, “Top 5 Mistakes – Ways People Leave Themselves Open To Compromise From Hackers.”
The term “life hack” refers to all skills, shortcuts and novelty methods employed to increase levels of productivity. One of the most basic and easy-to-master life hacks is learning your most useful keyboard shortcuts. You can do more than you might have guessed with just your keyboard! Using the mouse less often can reduce painful strain on joints, muscles and nerves. Take a look at some time-saving keyboard facts and shortcuts from MashGeek.
In a recent study, 41 percent said that time spent on a computer is a cause for stress. Could this stress lead to problems in relationships? Check out this infographic presented by Crucial to see the effects of computers on stress levels and relationships.
The post-PC revolution is here! Gone are the days of using a desktop PC to search for the nearest restaurant. Everything is going mobile these days. Check out the infographic below from Moovweb to learn more about the post-PC revolution.
Have you ever been amazed by the pace at which computers increase in speed and processing power and yet keep getting cheaper? You’re not alone. Gordon Moore is famous for his observation that the number of transistors and integrated circuits in computer tends to double every two years or so. The following infographic outlines this phenomenon in the evolution of both ram and processors over the past four decades.
MegaPath has wrangled up about the most ruthless, lawless viruses and software attacks around may frighten you. Don’t worry though, along with some interesting facts about the biggest malware threats in history and to your business, they have got all the information you need on how to protect your business.
Microsoft recently released Windows Server 2012. As the latest installment rolled out to production Firebrand Training asked the big question that was on every Tech workers lips: “Are you planning to integrate Windows Server 2012 into your network?” This infographic lays out the results of the Windows Server 2012 survey.
Microsoft claims to have brought many innovations in Windows 8. But does it really deserve this credit? This infographic from Darktips highlights those ‘innovations’ and compare it with what the competitors are offering.