I’ve been using an iPhone for 5 years, used an iPhone 6s Plus and an iPhone 8. As a veteran iPhone user, I thought I knew enough about my iPhone. However, to my surprise, the other day when my friend told me about my iPhone’s shortcut feature, I was completely out of my depth. I […]
Data Loss and Recovery from iPhone infographic presents you iPhone data loss reasons, common lost file types, accesses to protect iPhone data and iPhone data recovery methods to recover data from iPhone.
Cell phones were first invented back in 1973,with the first cell phone available to the public being the $3,995 Motorola DynaTac in 1983. Fast-forward to 2013, and there are 3.5 million cell phone users-including you! www.computersciencedegreehub.com has created an infographic explaining the history of the cell phone, the most popular models, and the top companies in the cell […]
Interesting infographic about rise of mobile games.
Infographic uncovered some pretty interesting stats, for example, did you know that nearly 70% of Londoners use their iPhones on the toilet and that British men take slightly more selfies than women!?
There is an app for everything these days, and the income behind it proves their value. Bestcomputersciencedegrees.com has created an infographic entitled, “We Love Apps”, detailing the statistics behind apps, and how they help make our day-to-day lives easier.
Mobile technology has advanced by leaps and bounds. From the advent of cell phones to the ability to deposit checks and send payments on your phone, our world is increasingly becoming mobile-driven. www.topmarketingschools.net has created an infographic entitled “Mobile Marketing: No Longer a Spam and Pop-Up World” cataloging the innovations and enhancements of mobile technology, […]
With the revelation that the federal government, through the National Security Agency, has been collecting phone and Internet records of U.S. citizens in the name of preventing terrorism, Americans are wondering whether private communiation exists. Let’s explore how this surveillance works and the history of domestic spying programs (because, let’s face it, they’re not new) […]