Everyone believes that the iPhone came before the first Android phone, but is that really true? We decided to take a look. Especially revealing was the crossover of Andy Rubin, whose connections to both companies is telling in itself, even if Apple won the race to public release by more than a year. View Infographic ›
Asteroid mining is now being touted as the next frontier for minerals and with big name backers such as James Cameron and Google it could be the next gold rush. Planetary Resources hired us to create an infographic for them explaining how these asteroids rich in minerals and ores will be harvested. View Infographic ›
MIT graduate Drew Houston co-founded Dropbox back in 2006 when he got tired of keeping track of his USB flash drive. He knew there must be a faster, more convenient and safer way of not just storing data but also sharing it. Today Dropbox is one of the hottest tech start-ups around and is going from strength to strength so much that tech giants such as IBM and Google are playing catch up.
This infographic was published on Performancing Blog
A infographic created for Zuberance.com looking at brand advocates and how much influence and reach they have.
Published on the Zuberance blog
A look at what Pinterest is and who is using it around the world.
This infographic design was published on Performancing Blog
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An infographic looking at some of the factors on ease of setting up and running a business in nations around the world for 2012. This infographic examines business issues such as construction permits, ease of tax compliance and how well shareholders are protected.
This infographic was published on o5.com
You may be surprised by some of these stats about smartphone adoption and usage in Japan. For a nation that normally leads the globe in terms of technological advancement and usage they have been very slow with converting to smartphones.
This Infographic was published at Search Engine Journal.
The Big Mac index was developed by The Economist several decades ago to measure the Purchasing Power Parity of nations in a simpler and easier way for people to understand and to set the bar for costs in that nation by which they can measure and compare.
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A creative look at the cost comparisons between purchasing a newly built single house against a condominium in Japan.
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A look at the origins of Linux, from its early beginnings in the early 1970's with Richard Stallman in its earliest form and prior to it actually being named 'Linux' this would come later in 1991 when Linus Torvalds wanted to create his own operating system.
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If you are using Google you may have wondered exactly what is happening behind the simplistic white design or how many other people are making searches with the engine right now. Some of the numbers and stats in the design below may surprise you!