The Internet education portal OnlineColleges recently gathered data from a number of sources including Gazelle, comScore and the Pew Internet & American Life Project to produce the following infographic. It shows not only that we may be getting a little too attached to our smartphones, but also why we love our devices and what we use them for most. Among many interesting findings: - iPhone and Android owners have more positive outlooks on life than their Blackberry-carrying brethren; city dwellers are the most mobile savvy - social media, gaming and weather apps rule the market But whether addicted or simply enthusiastic, it’s easy toRead More
This infographic from OnlineCollege.org details how often we confuse multitasking with actual distraction. For example, employees who use a computer for work are, on average, distracted every 10.5 minutes. Students who bring their laptops to class aren’t doing much better, since 62% of the web pages that they open during class are completely unrelated to the lecture. And what about the 67% of people who check their email or use a mobile web browser while on a date?
The Internet learning portal Online-Education.net recently culled research and reports from a variety of sources to produce the infographic below taking a look at just how much people share online — and whether that crosses the line of good judgement.
Peripherals maker Satechi has introduced the Portable Energy Station, a 10,000 mAh battery that'll solve some of your power woes on the go. The 1 Amp USB port will recharge nearly all of your smartphones and PMPs, while a second 2 Amp port will maintain pace with your iPad or other hefty tablet. Despite that capacious battery, it's a slender 7.4 ounces and should tuck neatly into your bag - once you've picked it up for $50, that is. 10000 mAH Portable Energy Station is simple to use -just attach the device/s to be charged using its USB cable or suppliedRead More
Communications app textPlus surveyed 500 respondents who use their mobile devices when traveling both domestically and internationally. The company created the infographic below based on its findings.
Research In Motion (RIM) today announced its most affordable BlackBerry® 7 smartphone for customers in India. The new BlackBerry® Curve™ 9220 smartphone offers all the market-leading BlackBerry messaging and social-centric features that people love in India. Designed to be easy to use and easy to own, this compact and sleek smartphone provides many conveniences and applications to help keep users connected to the people and information that matter most to them. It also offers the longest lasting battery life yet in a BlackBerry Curve model, allowing users to make the most of their day. Specs The BlackBerry Curve 9220 has everything aRead More
The internet is a wonderful thing but let’s faces it, we have become more and more dependent on the ability to stay connected to our friends, our job or anything that we care to be involved in. Today’s world practically forces us to stay in front of a computer all day long, but have you ever wondered how you spent your time and money online? Or even more importantly, how will you do it in 2012? This inforgraphic includes interesting and fun internet usage predictions for 2012, including varied aspects such as online gaming, shopping, mobile usage and video streaming.Read More