The growth of the internet in the last 10 years is staggering. This infographic reveals just how much the internet has changed from 2002 to 2012. Check out after the break for the full infographic. » The Internet: A Decade Later [infographic]
Apple is one of the biggest companies in the world, due to the popularity of the iPad, iPhone and Macbook. Sales of the iPad and iPhone make up 75% of Apples revenue, and apple has a very impressive profit margin. Check out after the break to find the infographic. » Apple By The Numbers [Infographic]
According to the infographic, an engrossing 70% of the organizations are either using or are at least planning to use custom mobile apps for their business, indicating the stirring effect of mobilizing an enterprise. Enterprises are gradually implementing the concept of owning an app store, where employees can make access to official applications. The infographic also sees the vociferation for new technologies like HTML 5 in enterprise app development and unveils the reasons as to why HTML 5 is emerging as the preferred choice. Check out the full infographic after the break. » Infographic On Enterprise Mobility
Apple’s total sales in 2011 were $128 billion which is more than the gross domestic product of about 160 nations around the world including New Zealand, Iraq and Syria. Check out the full infographic after the jump. » Just How Big is Apple? [infographic]
Developers are not photoshop gurus & designers hate to remake their own work so the guys from FSM made a guide for designers to make great iOS app designs and ship correct files to the developer. Check out after the break for the full infographic. » iOS App Designer Guide [infographic]
Have you ever wondered how large of an environmental footprint the popular iPad makes? Well, Sortable.com has put together an infographic that looks at how green the iPad really is. The inforgraphic after the break includes, the total emissions produced by the iPad, the environmental impact of the iDatacenter, electronic waste and how Apple is trying to decrease it, and more.
We told you two days ago that Facebook acquired Instagram for an obscene amount of money. This infographic tracks Instagram’s brief but explosive history, from launch in November 2010 to its $1 billion exit to Facebook. Check out the infographic after the break. » The Instagram Timeline: From Zero To A Billion [infographic]