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INFOGRAPHIC: Top 20 Android Apps in the US

Written on September 14, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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In their recently released mobile media rankings, Nielsen has unveiled the top 20 Android applications that are widely used in the U.S.

After monitoring the Android smartphone usage by using on-device tools, the Nielsen Company has released their first mobile application rankings for Android devices. The results of the rankings are not actually surprising, but it’s surely interesting.

The chart was divided into three columns: The overall active reach, the male active reach, and the female active reach. The top half of each column features six of the most popular apps to date: Facebook, Gmail, Google Maps, Google Search, YouTube, and Android Market. Twitter, Angry Birds, Adobe Reader and Words With Friends were also included on the top 20 apps.

Learn more by viewing the infographic after the skip.

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An Infographic Reveals Lulzsec’s Hacking Statistics and Top Attacks

Written on June 28, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Infographic entitled Hack Attack shows the top Lulzsec attacks, hacking statistics, black and white hackers, and password hacking times.

Nowadays, the number of hacking attacks have been obviously increasing — affecting websites that have no strong securities. Some known groups behind these assaults are Anonymous and Lulz Security (Lulzsec), who had just retired from their job as hackers but still encouraging other people to continue what they have started.

As a way of safeguarding innocent online brands and discussing the vital statistics of such hacking groups, Gadgets and Gizmoz recently created an infographic entitled “Hack Attack”.

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Mac vs PC, Round… Something

Written on April 30, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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From personality to lifestyle choices, Hunch covers the groundworks on what Mac and PC people mostly are.

Well, if you’re still part of the Mac vs PC debate, maybe this infographic by Hunch can help you load up some ammunition to sling at your opponents. The infographic gives sweet demographic details on what kind of people use a Mac or PC. Whether you’re a hotshot executive living in the city, or a blue-collar, honest worker working in the suburbs, Hunch almost got everything covered.

Check if you’re part of the demographic infographic after the cut and continue the battle of a decade-long war.

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The Evolution of the Internet in One Infographic

Written on March 28, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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It’s amazing how Internet has evolved from a military project to a world wide phenomenon. And yes kids, there was a time when there was no internet. Consider yourselves lucky that doing homework, research, shopping, dating, and Family Guy episode viewing can be done with a couple of keyboard actions and a click of a mouse. Although it does have its downsides as we’ve been introduced to the horrors of Justin Bieber and Rebecca Black.

Although the history of the internet can fill up an entire book as long as one of Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings book, the Grasshopper Group managed to concoct a short and sweet infographic to somehow explain the chronology of the technology even for people with the shortest of short term attention span when it comes to reading.

Hit the break to check out the “Awesome Evolution of the Internet.”

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Raptr Unveils Marvel vs Capcom 3 Infographic: Are You Part of the Statistics?

Written on March 24, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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It's time for some Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds player fun facts with the Raptr Report.

It’s been almost a month now since Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds has been released, and gaming demographer Raptr’s got the fun and juicy statistics of what and how the players are behaving, what teams they usually use, and what type of players the game has. The facts are pretty awesome to read, especially if you know you’re part of the statistic.

Check out the awesome, graphically delicious infographic after the break!

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Which of the Seven Types of iPhone User Are You?

Written on February 07, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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You have an iPhone? Well check out the Seven Types of iPhone user and see which stereotype you belong to.

The Apple iPhone has definitely changed the way its users think, play, and do stuff. Ever since its arrival to the mortal world, the device has become some sort of proverbial smartphone holy grail that everyone is looking for. And now that the iPhone 4 is coming to Verizon, most likely the rate of converts will increase overtime. And now that the iPhone population has practically grown to have its very own country, some people just can’t help but stereotype every single iPhone user.

Here are the seven types of iPhone users courtesy of AllAreaCodes.com. We’ve got the Fanboy, the Unappreciative, the Overuser, the Desk Job, the Hacker, the Senior Citizen and the Complainer. So which shoe fits for you? Hit the break to find out.

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Steve Jobs, Named as “Person of The Year” by Financial Times

Written on December 28, 2010 by Charles Bass

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"Long before it was cool to be a nerd, his formative role in popularizing the personal computer, and Apple's initial public offering on Wall Street - which came when Mr Jobs was still only 25 - made him the tech industry's first rock star." ---Financial Time on Steve Jobs as Person of the Year 2010

While the Times carries the face of Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg as the “Man of the Year”, the Financial Times announced that they have chosen the “Person of the Year” for 2010. The chose one? Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs. This marks another accolade for the company. Here’s the Financial Times quote on why they’ve chosen […]

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Big Question: How Popular is the iPhone?

Written on September 30, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Internet, tech sites, social media sites have Apple on their topic boards. But can you really tell how popular this company is?

On news coverages and birth of latest trending topics, Apple seems to be on top most of the time. It seems that it is the biggest phone manufacturer in the whole wide world. No doubt, iPhone is the most popular smartphone of all ages. But actually, Apple’s share in the mobile market is very low compared to Nokia and Samsung. Here’s the turth behind the mobile industry/

From the bright minds of BillShrink, this inforgraphic is made to show that speaks unbelievable facts about iPhone. Check it out after the jump.

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