Google Earth

June 3, 2014

Around in the World in 60 seconds with Google Earth. In order to celebrate its 1 billionth download, Google Earth tapped JESS3 to create an infographic that highlights the ease and speed with which users can explore some of the most fascinating parts of the globe. Source


How Popular Tech Companies Got Their Names

June 2, 2014

By now, most of us have heard the story of how Google got its name. But Google isn’t the only company out there with an odd name. And it certainly isn’t the only name with an interesting story. Here is the list of stories behind the naming of popular tech companies. Source


Google market shares around the globe – Infographics – State of Search

May 24, 2014

Google is one of the most popular and powerful search engines in the world. But how powerful is it? This infographic looks at its market shares around the world to show how important the company is on a global scale. Source


How Google Works

May 16, 2014

We go to Google and type in a few words to conduct a search and think nothing of it but behind the scenes Google’s search is sophisticated and fine tuned. Using their patented page rank algorithm Google is able to search by words and come up with their results. If all goes according to plan […]

Google Zeitgeist 2011 – Top Web Searches of 2011

May 15, 2014

According to Google Zeitgeist 2011 for many of you it was snogging and Scampi that had you turning to your favourite search engine for answers. Here are some of the most searched for phrases of 2011 courtesy of Google. Source


A World Without Google

May 12, 2014

It’s pretty hard to imagine life without Google. From search to collaboration to email, if it wasn’t for Google most of us would have a hard time making it through our day to day life. Here’s an infographic showing the timeline of when Google released some of it’s most popular features along with a brief […]


Talent Wars: An Arms Race in Tech

May 12, 2014

This infographic explains the shift in the hiring market from labor workers to skilled workers. It gives a breakdown for what kind of employees the top tech companies are looking for. Finally it explains how these companies are luring in and retaining MVPs in the tech industry.


The World is Watching: The State of Online Videos

May 1, 2014

The popularity of online video has risen exponentially in recent years. What was once a novelty is now making a daily appearance in our inboxes. But are most people participating directly with the medium or is it still mostly a spectator sport? And who really makes up the Internet’s target demographic? In other words: who’s […]


Who Buys All Those Google Ads?

April 19, 2014

On the heels of Google’s “disappointing” earnings announcement last Thursday – they generated a whopping $37.9 billion in revenues in 2011 – we conducted our own analysis to determine the top 10 industries that spent the most money on Google advertising last year. The results are summarized in this Google revenues infographic. Source


A History of App Stores

April 8, 2014

Ever wonder how the different App Stores stack up? We compared the Apple App Store, Android Market, Blackberry App World, and the Nokia, Palm and Windows Phone 7 application directories. Statistics include OS distribution, percentage of paid vs. free apps in each directory, average apps downloaded by device, average app cost, and total 2010 revenue […]


Age of eCommerce Geek

April 6, 2014

This infographic provides information about some of the CEO’s and Founders of the top internet companies in the world, such as, Google, Gilt, and Amazon. This infographic provides the names, bios, and net worth of the top eCommerce “geeks.” Source


Behold, The Smartphone App-O-Graphic

April 6, 2014

Each smartphone OS provider has its own set of rules and procedures to follow. Now the folks at [x] cube labs have made it easy to compare those offerings by releasing an easy-to-read chart, which we’ve presented here. Called the “The Smartphone App-o-graphic,” the [x] cube labs tool looks at the current practices of six […]