In 2018, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, and Google earned 68% of US GDP growth in combined revenues. 2 in 3 support the breakup of Big Tech, and Great Business Schools explains what we can do about it.
We were told to never talk to strangers, but 59% believe online dating is a good way to meet people. Now, online dating scams are more common than ever, averaging $2,600 in victim losses. Originally shared by OurDatingJourney, this infographic debunks online dating and provides tips on staying protected.
We generate 250 million terabytes of new data each day. App developers mine this data to generate more ad revenue from their apps. The following infographic, courtesy of SecurityDegreeHub, explains how to stay protected.
Since cell phones were first developed, there have been rumors about everything from radiation to why you should freeze your battery. How should you know what’s true and what is false? uBreakiFix gives a closer look in this infographic.
The future of retail and consumer goods will be unlike anything ever seen. In fact, an estimated 95% of supply chain vendors will rely on AI by 2023. In the following infographic, Noodle.ai describes the future of retail, specifically related to AI and consumer goods.
Millennials are now the largest slice of America’s adult population. In light of this, it is crucial to consider their needs. Created by VeraHealth, this infographic explains how younger generations envision the future of health insurance.
The gig economy will employee more freelancers than traditional workers by 2021. In fact, 1 in 3 U.S. workers have taken on some form of gig work. Published by GigWorker, this infographic explains who gig workers are, how they find gigs, and more.
Eyeglasses have been around for centuries, but there are new advancements in technology making them better all the time. Even if you wear glasses, chances are you don’t really understand how they work. Learn more about how glasses work and how the technology is improving in this infographic.
Customers read the reviews, but it’s not enough to have good reviews; those reviews also have to be believable. Your company’s online reputation can make or break your business, and your ratings even influence your ranking in searches. This is why maintaining a good online reputation is critical.
The term “phishing” was originally derived from spamming in the early 1990s. Today, nearly 4.7 billion phishing attempts are perpetrated daily. In the following infographic, Avanan looks at the history and future of phishing.