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Cell Phone Operating Systems

May 17, 2014

Around the world, people have come to rely on smartphones. These phones have many of the same basic capabilities of a computer and their operating systems vary depending on the brand of the phone and user preference. While iPhoneOS, Symbian and RIM are the most popular mobile operating systems worldwide, other operating systems, such as […]

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Smartphone OS Market

March 25, 2014

This infographic provides a visual display of the smartphone operating system market. It shows how each smartphone company is competing to buy their share of the OS market.

A Web of Statistics

A Web of Statistics

May 8, 2013

Examining Internet preferences and proliferation in America. Comparing usage of mobile platforms, web browsers, and operating systems. Source

The Top Ten Features of Windows 8

The Top Ten Features of Windows 8

April 28, 2013

Microsoft released the preview Windows 8 – a next generation touch-UI-focused Windows operating system. It is currently available for download on developer build. Since the new year 2012 has just come; this new OS is also slated for release this year. We present here top interesting features of the new Windows 8, infographics by thetechlabs.com. […]

Memorable Linux Milestone

March 19, 2013

Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Linux with us. Watch the Story of Linux to remember – or learn for the first time – how Linux has disrupted a market and has begun to change the world. Join in a variety of activities planned this year to mark this important milestone.

Just How Widespread is Windows 7?

Just How Widespread is Windows 7?

March 15, 2013

It’s been almost two years since the release of Windows 7. So how widespread is Windows 7, what is it doing for businesses that adopt it, and how has it grown compared to other OSes? Check out this new infographic for more on this fascinating subject. Source

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Linux: Then and Now

December 29, 2012

From 1992, when developers working on the Linux kernel numbered 100, to 2011, where Linux users hope for more success of the Linux platform. Source

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How are B2B marketers optimizing their funnel?

December 29, 2012

“The infographic was developed from the results of our upcoming 2012 B2B Marketing Benchmark Study,” according to Jen Doyle, Senior Research Manager, MECLABS. “This study focused on identifying the most effective strategies and tactics for attracting and converting the modern B2B buyer, and benchmarking B2B marketing performance. It represents the scope of our study, which […]

Windows OS share declines again in August OS X gains

Windows OS share declines again in August OS X gains

November 13, 2012

Microsoft’s Windows operating system continued its slow decent in September as Apple’s Mac OS and Google’s Android platform again showed gains. Advertising network Chitika’s research division, Chitika Insights, published an infographic on Monday outlining operating system usage share on its network in the month of September. Source

Measuring Windows 7 Adoption: By The Numbers

Measuring Windows 7 Adoption: By The Numbers

October 20, 2012

After a decade of the status quo, it now looks like change is firmly afoot. The migration to Windows 7, while not complete for most organizations, is underway at quite a clip. Many organizations, it seems, had been taking the ‘wait and see’ approach, as is quite common with desktop operating systems. Well, they waited […]

Some Top Features of Upcoming Windows 8

Some Top Features of Upcoming Windows 8

September 9, 2012

The new upcoming Windows 8 is already became so popular because of its exciting user interface and number of cool features. We have already shared the Windows 8 themes and skin packs for you to experience the upcoming the look and feel of Windows 8 on your existing system with Windows 7 installed. Source

Understanding Debian

Understanding Debian

September 5, 2012

Debian is a free operating system (OS) for your computer. An operating system is the set of basic programs and utilities that make your computer run. Debian uses the Linux kernel (the core of an operating system), but most of the basic OS tools come from the GNU project; hence the name GNU/Linux. Source