Source : http://en.rian.ru
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 Android, are also carving out a market share of their own.
Source : www.cellphones.org
Wondering what hashtag trends you’ll see in 2010? Well MySpace Information Architect Daniel Vickery has you covered in this beautiful infographic.
Ever since the company’s inception in 1976, rumors of an Apple-manufactured tablet computer have dominated the tech world. Some came to fruition while others fizzled, but with Apple expected to announce their tablet this week, anticipation is at an all time high. Before we all get too crazy, first let’s see how we got here.
Historically, Americans have taken their time getting comfortable with new technology before forking over serious cash for it. When color TVs came out in the 1950s, consumers were entranced. But it took another 20 years for half of US households to ditch their B&W sets; two decades later, DVD players hit that benchmark in just six years. If you think those flatscreen HDTVs are pricey, consider this: They cost about the same, adjusted for inflation, as the first color TVs. Here’s a look back at what we’ve paid for gadget lust.