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War Of The Wallets
Mobile Wallet vs. Physical Wallet
How are teens using their cell phones?
A simple infographic about the (excessive?) use of cell phones in the teen population.
Maserati Car Configurator
Maserati interactive catalog
Pocketography: the democratization of photography
This infographic produced by iStockPhoto brings our attention on how photography is achieving a full-force transition to mobile, especially smartphones. Some astounding facts are here to backup this theory, such as: -1 billion smartphones worldwide -Google Glass makes photo instant -250 million DAILY photo uploads to Facebook -Time Magazine's issue about Hurricane Sandy used a mobile shot as its cover. Are you convinced yet?
A Toast To Wine
A Toast To Wine“Wine is one of the most civilized things in the world and one of the most natural things of the world ...
Japan Leads Mobile Research in Asia
Almost all smartphone users in Asia Pacific countries use their mobile phones to research some type of product or service. Especially in Japan, a shocking 100% of mobile smartphone users use their mobile device for products or service research!! Check out more details in this informative infographic.
Have Phones Killed the Conversation? [Infographic]
Mobile phones keep us connected to friends, family and businesses every second of every day, but is there a price to pay for this partnership? How many friendships have been lost because someone texted instead of talking? Unfortunately text cannot imply the tone of your words, and so it is quite easy for the person on the receiving end not to know whether your are being funny, sarcastic or serious! Of course the use of emoticons can help a little, but by typing and using txt-speak instead of actually talking to the person concerned, are we in danger of losing the old art of conversation?
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