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iPhone 5: Will You Upgrade?

iPhone 5: Will You Upgrade?

The iPhone 5 is on the way, and millions of people are asking themselves, is it time to upgrade? This infographic will point you in the right direction. Let’s take a look at the current state of the iPhone 4 and its predecessors, how many apps users have installed, how much they’re using the iPhone and what new features they’d ... Read More »

4.7 Million LinkedIn Users Are Employed by Small Businesses

4.7 Million LinkedIn Users Are Employed by Small Businesses

There are more paths to a good job than the usual four years of college and an internship at a big firm. As the infographic below shows, a fair number of people on LinkedInare veterans of the military services or graduates of community colleges. For the former, operations and information technology have been the most fertile fields, while community college ... Read More »

Facebook’s Navigation Bar Update

Facebook’s Navigation Bar Update

Many Facebook users (us included) noticed that the top navigation bar is now locked on top of the screen even if you scroll the page down. This behavior is new: Before, the top navigation bar would scroll up with the page, and now it’s visible all the time. This subtle change lets users always access some of the most important ... Read More »

How Television Has Changed Over 10 Years

How Television Has Changed Over 10 Years

Television has come a long way during the past decade. A new infographic from deals site VoucherCodes.co.uk shows just how much, illustrating the changes in technology and sales. It’s hard to believe that just 10 years ago, the unwieldy Cathode-Ray Tubes were still prevalent. Sept. 7 marks the birth of the television — on this date in 1927, the first fully electronic television ... Read More »

Twitter to Launch Ads in the UK in October

Twitter to Launch Ads in the UK in October

Twitter is finalizing deals with partners and is on course to launch ads in the UK in October, according to a recent report. Twitter has been talking with brands for several months, Marketing Magazine says, citing agency sources. O2, Vodafone, Sky and Sony will be the first to take advantage of Twitter’s promoted tweets, trends and accounts. While the details ... Read More »