A supercomputer in your pocket [infographic]

A supercomputer in your pocket

Over the past few decades, computers have leapt from a humble mess of tapes and punch cards to technological marvels of unfathomable power.

Moore’s Law holds that the number of transistors on integrated circuits doubles every two years. This law, which has held true for more than half a century, has driven technological and social change at a stunning pace. With this set to continue, what will the coming years bring? Are we on the brink of a technological revolution?

A new infographic from FoneBank looks at the modern mobile gadgets and compares them with supercomputers from decades ago. You’ll also learn something about major milestones, cost and capabilities, causes and consequences, and what the future holds.

Check it out… And if you need a bigger image, you can get it from here.


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