I hope you had a great weekend. We are all aware of cell phone use in everyday life, but how are cell phones, and smartphones, shaping student lives? You may find some interesting stats from this graphic, detailing mobile use by students. Created by: HackCollege
As our lives become more and more in touch with online world, is it possible to never leave home? This infographic describes how we procure everyday life, from education to work, earning online,socializing to paying bills and even groceries! Created by: College At Home
This is an educational infographic all about the Call of Duty video game. Take a look at history and future of one of the hottest shooting video game. (click image to enlarge) Source – MILO (click image to enlarge)
Now its lot easier to explain how a browser works to your granny! The user, seen here as the king, orders the browser to fetch a website who goes around talking to DNS servers and hosts (the wise owls) to get that site. Lovely illustration! by 9Gag.
Online education is the fastest growing form of education today. But, this innovation in learning is causing people to question whether online schools are less advantageous than traditional face-to-face institutions. The answer varies depending on the prospective student’s situation. We are here to help you decide if online schools are for you. [Click To Enlarge]
This short film illustrates how data protection has changed over the past few years, and where the future trends will emerge. If you’ve ever wondered why there are so many different options when it comes to disaster recovery & business continuity, this should help answer some of those questions.
A woman was the first programmer?!?! Really? check this info-graphic.
Videogames sure have come a long way since your Magnavox or Atari console. Check out this infographic about how video games have changed through the years.
The lowdown on apps infographic. Via: MBA Online
Specifically, the chart recreates the transmission of a photograph from the cell phone of Jeff Simmermon, Time Warner’s Director of Digital Communications to the laptop of Vijay Venkateswaran, Senior Director of mobile broadband products. Source: Time Warner Cable