Is your Twitter account at risk of being hacked? Check out the infographic below for a list of the most common Twitter passwords and some other fun facts that may keep your account from being compromised.
With the October 4 release of Apple's iPhone 5 fast upon us, we wondered who is planning to upgrade from the iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G and original (anyone?). Not only does this infographic profile current iPhone users, but it also shows why they will probably want to ditch their old version for the 5.
Trying to pick up on every Apple rumor out there is a pretty dizzying prospect, especially ahead of a huge product launch by the company. We try and write about the ones we find most interesting, but often wonder the same thing you do: how do they start?
It all began with the iPhone app store on July, 11 2008 and several others have sprouted up since. The mobile app revenue in 2010 was $5.2 billion and the projected 2011 revenue is $15.1 billion. Check out the infographic below to see which app store leads the pack.
Facebook. Most of us have it and spend a lot of time browsing through photos and updates — but have you ever thought about how it affects your relationships? Yeah, me neither. Check out this infographic to see if Facebook might be helping (or hurting) your personal life.
Digital textbooks made up only 1% of the United States market in 2010, but that number is projected to increase to 18.8% by 2014. South Korea alone is spending $2 billion to make sure all textbooks are digital by 2015. Check out this infographic to learn more about the impact of the digital textbook.
This infographic is a tiny bit confusing, but has lots of great information about Google's acquisitions in 2011. Here's how it's organized: Events are laid out in a psuedo-calendar format for each month, flagged by country and shaded to indicate...
This infographic compares web design in 1996 to today. You probably don't the the look of mid-90s Internet, but you might get all nostalgic about your old AOL handle. This one also has some great statistics. Do you know how many Americans used the Internet in 1996 compared to 2011? Check it out.
In 2010, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) issued 107,792 patents and Microsoft currently takes the lead with the most valuable portfolio. Others rounding out the top 5 list are Samsung, Canon, HP and Intel. So, why should you care? Well, all that money spent building up a patent arsenal could be going toward new product research and design. Read more below.
Did you ever lug one of those giant cellphones around town (feeling oh so cool)? Don't worry, you're not alone. But looking at mobile technology today, it's hard to remember how we communicated on those things. Here's a handy infographic comparing communication in 1991 to now. Enjoy.