Visualizing Mobile Generations: From Analog to 4G Technology

May 3, 2014

3G is the short form used for third-generation technology.3G is the third generation of mobile phone standards and technology, superseding 2G. It is based on the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) family of standards under the International Mobile Telecommunications programme, IMT-2000. 3G technologies enable network operators to offer users a wider range of more advanced services […]


If Every Google Were a Text Message [Infographic]

March 8, 2014

This infographic asks the question – what would happen if every Google search was turned into a text message? The numbers aren’t small and the results might surprise you. Read on for more information on this interesting take on Internet numbers.


Go. Study.

October 29, 2013

Make studying more convenient for students and they’ll study more. Sounds simple, huh? Well it’s true. It turns out that students who study their flashcards on mobile devices are getting a ton of benefits from their mobile study sessions by taking advantage of the opportunity to study everywhere they go. Hard to believe? Take a […]


Text Messaging vs. Email: Spam

October 26, 2013

Spam messaging has been known to be somewhat of an annoyance in both our email and text message inboxes. This infographic looks at the percentages of spam email messages versus spam text messages. Source

Tips for Creating the Perfect Infographic

Tips for Creating the Perfect Infographic

October 24, 2013

If you were to hold the edge of your hand across your throat, just under your chin, that would be the “here” I’ve had it up to with the infographic craze. I know I’m not alone. But I’m not here to rant… I’m here to help. Source

The CORRECT Numbers Behind Cellphone Usage

The CORRECT Numbers Behind Cellphone Usage

June 18, 2013

Just because they are pleasant to look at doesn’t mean they’re true. One of the problems with the rise of infographics is that many of them are based on unclear, unreliable, or completely fabricated information. Clement B discovered that this one about mobile phone habits turned out to be seriously flawed, so he took out […]

Texting and Cheating Go Hand in Hand

Texting and Cheating Go Hand in Hand

November 22, 2012

35% of teens admit to having used their mobile devices to cheat on a test. Nearly one-fifth say they use their phones to take photos of test questions and send them to others, 20% say they search the Internet via cellphone and 26% say they use their devices to store information. Source