Month: December 2011
One-third of today’s college students require remediation. Of those students, half will never receive a college degree. Clearly, something isn’t working. This infographic lays out the state of college readiness in the U.S., and explains why being prepared for college matters now more than ever.
Who are the best sports fans in America? It’s a good question. Wherever you live, you probably think that your city is the most passionate, has the loudest crowds, and deserve the title of America’s greatest sports fans. We decided to look into it and came up with some facts and figures that reveal who really are the craziest, most sports-demented lunatic fans in North America!
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Geekaphone just finished our green study of the iPhone and wrapped it all up in a tasty infographic.
Apple pulls in close to 50% of total global cellphone profits by selling only 4% of all cellphones, with that kind of profit and over 100 million iPhones sold Apple is a legitimate gorilla. So just how green is the gorilla’s smartphone?
Sony announced their network had been breached, but released limited details regarding the attack vector. This announcement was a precursor to a series of new attacks against other Sony online properties and ultimately the shutdown of the PlayStation Network. On May 13th, Veracode Researcher, Chris Lytle, published his blog post on the anatomy of the PSN attack.
Look around you, how many electronics do you see? Probably a lot! We all have electronics, and most of us often get rid of the old ones for a new upgrade. What we don’t think about when we do this is where our old electronics go. Once we throw them away, our old electronics are referred to as electronic waste. Below we take a look at e-waste and where it all ends up