Tag: smart phones
Samsung Semiconductor has published “What Makes a Good Smartphone Camera,” an infographic that shows how image sensor technology helps users capture the perfect image on their mobile devices.
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.
You can now do almost anything with your cell phone. UnlockThatPhone.com shows us ten of the smartest things you can do with your smartphone.
Smartphones and tablets are now almost in every household, and they are often even replacing traditional desktops or, even more surprisingly, digital cameras. This trend will only continue to grow and cause a bigger dent in the market that companies like Olympus or Cannon had.
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.
As the years go by, technology improves all the more, for example from making life easier to making life safer. Check out the following infographic by Cupertino Phone which illustrates how smartphones, such as the iPhone, are saving lives.
This infographic from the folks at Symantec provides some valuable information on how to keep smartphones safe from hacking.
Did you know that about a third of American small business owners use smartphones to manage their companies, performing tasks such as banking and customer relationship management? The folks at Desk.com have put together the following infographic with a roundup of a few small business apps that can help your business moving, even when you’re on the move.
The soon to be released Sony Xperia Z will be one of the most durable Smartphones in the world and will be fully water-resistant and have a super tough design. To coincide with the release, Phones 4u have looked at the weird and wonderful ways people have damaged their phones. Here are some of the handset horror stories compiled in an interesting Infographic.
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.
As smartphones and tablets have become the norm, more and more of us rely every day on mobile applications. From your favorite weather tracker or news app to Angry Birds, developers all around the world are hard at work bringing new and innovative applications to mobile devices. But what are the tools that enable developers to make more innovative apps?
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 following Infographic by Go Globe provides detailed insight into current mobile web traffic statistics. Some interesting facts are – 46% of US population own Smartphone of some kind, nearly 7% of US digital traffic connects from non-computer devices, and Non-Computer Traffic Share by Devices US M-commerce sales accounts for 3% ecommerce sales in 2012 and will reach7% by 2016.
According to stats from PC Housing, smartphones and tablets are slowly placing themselves in between water and food as top necessities for business travelers. It makes sense. Being on the road is simply made easier and more manageable by these tools that allow us to stay connected but are these mobile devices taking up too much of our time?