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Since the launch of the first iPhone in 2007, the production and mainstream usage of smartphones has exploded. The device opened a world of innovation in mobile technology, which was soon followed by a similar boom from apps. Today, we rely on apps to do just about everything, from keeping us organized to pure entertainment.
The intellectual property battle rages on between Apple and Samsung .
Worried your cellphone may fall into the 16% with poop on it? You should be scared — not just of the germs lurking on your mobile, but on all your favorite tech gizmos. Before you type anything else into your keyboard, consider this: Keyboards, on average, are five times dirtier and have 60 times more germs on them than toilet seats.
Have you ever dropped your mobile phone in the toilet, er, loo?
Ah, the good old days, when cellphones were the size of bricks. Some were so big you had to carry a separate bag containing their electronic innards, and if you weren't careful, you might end up with a dislocated shoulder by the end of the day. They generally weren't called cellphones at all — most of us codgers called them "car phones" back then, because that was the size of conveyance you needed to lug around all of their electronic parts.
The iPhone 5 is on the way, and millions of people are asking themselves, is it time to upgrade? This infographic will point you in the right direction.
In the coming days, if you don't restrain your enthusiasm for Apple's new iPhone introductions, you'll invariably be called fanboy or fangirl (fanperson?). Last week, in part 1 of our 3-part series of iPhone 5 infographics, we dug deep into the question of who is most likely to upgrade. This week, we again tapped the power of our friends at AYTM (Ask Your Target Market) and research firm PaidViewpoint for part 2, illustrating the responses of a questionnaire given to 1,000 iPhone owners aged 18+ living in the U.S.
Confused about the many different flavors of mobile payments?
Les smartphones sont les nouveaux outils à la mode. Malgré un prix pouvant atteindre plus de 600€ , tout le monde souhaite en avoir un. Les plus gros consommateurs de smartphones restent les hommes de 18 à 25 ans gagnant plus de 52 000 euros par an.
Avec la généralisation des smartphones, nous avons pu voir de nouvelles habitudes d’utilisation et notamment la prise et le partage de photos.
It's no secret how much most people are attached to their cellphones, but now TeleNav has released a survey showing just how willing Americans are to give up the finer things in life so they can still hang onto that handset.
Ever wonder what’s the real difference between Android and iPhone users?
Android has produced a very informative infographic digging into details on its app usage, following news that it passed 10 billion downloads earlier this week. The graphic sheds more light on which apps are being downloaded from where on the planet.
Interesant, même les réfugiés ont des téléphones: http://www1.ericsson.com/news/101222_refugees_united_244218599_c by Jun 1