Thinking of moving to a new city? How do you decide? One way is to weigh the pros and cons of what each city has to offer in terms of job prospects, health, and housing. This infographic breaks down those and other criteria for some of the best cities in the U.S.
Kids are using social media at an astonishing rate, and kids as young as 6 routinely own their own cell phones. This infographic breaks down the statistics behind kids and social media and other internet use, offering tips for parents on how to monitor use. Infographic by FashionPlaytes
Wearable fitness trackers are starting to be a big deal, and they can even upload your stats to social media so all your friends can see your progress. This infographic breaks down what’s available, how they work, and their pros and cons.
Computers are supposed to make our lives easier, but oftentimes they complicate things instead. Did you know the average American spends sixteen minutes a day waiting for their computer to load? What would you do if you had that time back? This infographic breaks down the stats behind slow technology. Upgrade to recoup your time. […]
Have you ever considered switching from a gas-powered car to a hybrid or electric one? Would it really save you money in the long run? To find out, take a look at this infographic from InsuranceQuotes. From: Bankrate Insurance’s insuranceQuotes.com
Can you guess how big the app economy is? In 2012, total apps downloaded equaled 56 billion and is projected to more than double by the year 2017. This explains why many developers are using “direct carrier billing” to monetize their apps. Check out this must-see infographic presented by MobilePaymentsToday to discover all the benefits […]
No one has better fans than Cap’n Crunch. Fans everywhere can’t stop tweeting. Check out this lighthearted infographic presented by Cap’n Crunch to see what fans have to say; then join the team to show your support! © Cap’n Crunch
Hydraulics, forklifts, Sharknado, and the dung beetle are just some of the many great lifters that can be found in this must-see infographic presented by NationalPallets.CO.UK. Check it out! You are sure to be impressed and surprised.
Did you know in April 2009 occurred the first major update to the Android OS? The update is known today as “Android 1.5 Cupcake”. The infographic below, presented by Startapp, takes a look at the donut, eclair, gingerbread, and other treats developed during Android history.
Did you know that OU football equipment staff deals with more than 1,400 pair of shoes each year and houses it in a 6,500 sq. ft. storage facility? Find fun football trivia like this in the must-see infographic below presented by Sparefoot.