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iPad Comparison

iPad comparison infographic

The popularity of tablets cannot be denied. Our infographic compares Apple's three tablet offerings: the original iPad, the iPad 2, and the New iPad. Find out more about the typical iPad and tablet user, and which one is right for you. Also interesting are the amazing initial figures from sales of the New iPad. View Infographic ›

Google Drive

Google Drive vs the Competition

Google's cloud service is serious about taking on the competition. This infographic compares Google Drive to its top three competitors: Dropbox, Microsoft's Skydrive, and Apple's iCloud. Besides comparing size, pricing, and platform support, we also take a look at a brief history of these cloud services.
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E-Reading Trends

EReaders

E-reading has taken America by storm, with more and more people preferring their Kindles to any other medium. We take a look at the current trends in E-Reading, including what type of people prefer e-reading, and what the bestselling devices are. View Infographic ›

Luxury Brands

Luxury Brands Infographic

The truth is that your favorite luxury brand is probably owned by one of just three big companies- and it's possible you've never heard of them before. We take a look at LVMH, PPR and Richemont, the three giants in the world of luxury goods today- and compare their holdings. View Infographic ›

Instagram at $1 Billion

Instagram Infographic

With over 300 million registered users and a billion photos uploaded, Instagram's rise from a simple "snap a photo, apply a filter" mobile app to Facebook's newest baby is a developer's dream story if we ever heard one. This infographic takes a look at Instagram's journey to their billion dollar acquisition. View Infographic ›

Switching to Google+

Reasons to switch to Google Plus

Google's answer to Facebook recently announced 100 million users. While that's still nowhere near Facebook's 800 million, it clearly has a lot to offer its users- especially those who use other Google services. The jury on Google+ remains out, but in this infographic we came up with twenty reasons to switch to it. View Infographic ›

Business Hotspots

Global Hotspots

A city's competitiveness is measured by its ability to attract capital, businesses & tourists. Our infographic, inspired by the Economist, takes a look at the most competitive cities in the world. It's interesting to note that when it comes to economic strength, Asia dominates the world, with 15 of the top 20 cities in that category located in Asia. View Infographic ›

Best Countries to Live

Top 10 Countries to Live & Work Abroad In

This extensively researched infographic showcases the results of the latest expat surveys on the top countries to live and work abroad in- and why. As a bonus we've included how these countries rank when it comes to measuring cost of living, certainly a factor when deciding where to live. View Infographic ›

Mobile Gaming

Mobile Gaming Networks

If you've done any mobile gaming at all, you're probably familiar with Open Feint, Crystal, Plus+ or Apple's Game Center. Here we take a closer look at the big four Mobile Gaming Networks. Big business, considering that the 1.08 billion smartphones in the world are mostly (61% of the time) used for gaming. View Infographic ›

Lessons of Steve Jobs

Lessons Learned from Steve Jobs

He's been compared to Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, a true visionary who encouraged the world to "think different". But as our "tribute" infographic shows, there are many more lessons to be learned from the life of Steve Jobs. View Infographic ›

Twitter 2012

The Current State of Twitter

Did you know that Twitter was originally named Twttr, a name inspired by Flickr? And that, although many thought this year's Superbowl held the record for the most number of tweets per seconds, the record holder is actually the Japanese anime Castle in the Sky? Our visual analysis takes a look at all the latest statistics on Twitter- with a few projections for the future as well. View Infographic ›

Facebook 2012

Facebook 2012

Facebook's rise never ceases to amaze us- from a net income of $229 million in 2009 to a cool $1 billion last year, as illustrated in our latest infographic. Among other things, we look at the number of active Facebook users around the globe (Asia has the most users, but the U.S. has the largest penetration per population), what they actually do on Facebook (like uploading 250 million photos a day), the games they like to play, and some interesting facts from Facebook's recent IPO filing. View Infographic ›