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Ever wonder how people around the world access the internet? Sure, in most first-world countries, we have cheap and easy access to fast broadband, but there are still some countries that don’t have the luxury of using that 10Mbps connection. A new infographic showing how the world consumes the internet has arrived with some very interesting facts about how the human race connects with the internet. Check it out below!
And yet again, we’re out with our Evolution chart, looking back at all Galaxy S models from the original device to the brand new Galaxy S5. As that’s usually the case, with every Galaxy S model, the Korean giant introduces new technologies. The Galaxy S5 is no exception and it’s the first Sammy-made smartphone to feature a built-in fingerprint reader. Rest of the specs include a fast quad-core chip clocked at 2.5GHz (or 2.1GHz octa-core SoC), 2GB of RAM, 5.1-inch full HD screen, 16-megapixel camera on the back, and so … Read more
Google Maps, everyone uses it. But how did Google rise up through the ranks and make Google Maps such a useful product? A new infographic explains just that, looking back on the history of Google Maps and its competitors. Titled “Google’s Roadmap to World Domination,” the infographic reminds us that soon Google will be running our daily lives for us, from telling us where our car keys are to driving us to work in a self-driving car. Sounds pretty easy, right? It very well could be. Check out the infographic … Read more
The United States Census Bureau has released an infographic detailing computer and internet trends in America, showing just how far computer technology has penetrated our lives in just 30 years. The infographic pulls data from the 2012 Current Population Survey to deliver information on computer and internet use as well as how Americans access the internet using mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Internet usage has increased in a major way when compared to data collected from 1984, which should come as no surprise. In 1984, only 8.2% of Americans had … Read more
Good folks of Protect Your Bubble prepared a neat infographic to highlight the top 10 most dangerous things people do with their smartphones. Here’s what they’ve got: No password – up to 62% of smartphone owners don’t password-protect their device. Auto sign-in for banking and financial services Take, send and store nude photos on their device Click on links in fraudulent emails Post photos online while on vacation – burglars love this. Post photos online without turning off location settings – another burglars’ favorite. Share personal data with fraudsters – … Read more
Ever wonder why Android OS updates sometimes take so long to land on your device? A nifty infographic from HTC shows us just how involved the whole process is. While we sit and wait, sometimes patiently sometime not for our updates to roll out OTA, there is a ton of work going on behind the scenes. Since the announcement of Android 4.4 KitKat last October, only a handful of devices have actually gotten the brand spanking new version of Android on their devices. HTC device owners are about to get … Read more
HTC released a nice infographic to depict the process of an Android OS update. The Taiwanese company suggests that everything starts with Google releasing PDK (Platform Development Kit) to handset makers in order to evaluate the new framework. Soon afterwards, the search giant announces new version of Android and starts providing source code to the members of its eco-system, including chip makers and handset manufacturers. If a chipset maker decides to support the new platform version on a particular chipset, they create the necessary drivers and make optimizations per that … Read more