Tag: mobile 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.
Google’s first Nexus phone started out as a developer device, but through the years the lineup became more and more popular with the end-user market as well. Last year’s Nexus devices produced great sales figures, and the new generation is even more promising. To celebrate the arrival of the Nexus 5, this infographic shows the evolution of Google’s Nexus phones, from the beginning to the brand new handset.
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.
Dropping your phone down the toilet is just as heartbreaking as losing it, but the bonus with getting it wet (if it is a bonus)is that there is a potential fix for this problem. The folks at Plumbworld have laid it all out in the form of a handy infographic.
Super Monitoring has put together this looong infographic about the state of mobile in 2013. Within is information about operating systems, vendors, browsers, users and much more – 10,000 pixels of statistics in visual format.
Pretty much everything in our world is mobile, or will be in the future. Mobility has changed our lives forever. Check out the infographic below presented by WhoCalledMyPhone.net to learn about how smartphones affect society.
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.
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.
This infographic by Mobile Spy explores how teens use their mobile phones. Armed with an iPhone or Android, children find plenty of ways to spend valuable time with their device. Parents can find out exactly how their children use their phones without needing to stand over their shoulder every step of the way.
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.
Mobile devices are revolutionizing search behavior! In fact, did you know that 40% of television viewers use their mobile device to conduct online searches while watching TV (I’m one of them)? This and more interesting facts compiled by iAcquire and SurveyMonkey in the following infographic.
Thinking of throwing out your old cell phone? Maybe you should check it first for the metals embedded in the electronics. This infographic from 911 Metallurgist has more information on ‘urban mining’.
Today more Chinese consumers are going online with cell phones than with computers, and e-shopping via mobile devices is a fast-growing pastime. Check out the infographic by Alibaba.com to see how China’s m-commerce market stacks up against the U.S.