According to recent reports by IDC, Google’s Android Platform has acquired 75% of the smartphone market for the Third Quarter of 2012.
Google has sent out invites regarding an Android Event to be held in New York on October 29th at 10AM. The Invite features the Tagline “The Playground is Open”.
The Internet is, by most scientific estimates, friggin’ huge.
While only about one-third of the world’s population is connected, the amount of data we generate and consume will most likely blow you away. Perhaps the best way to put all those petabytes in perspective is to look at what goes down in a single day.
Our daily life increasingly revolves around blog posts, emails, and status updates. The folks at mbaonline provide a snapshot of what happens in one day on the Internet.
The following infographic beautifully illustrates the ever expanding volume of “The Internet”
via The Next web
-More than 168 million emails are sent
-695,000 status updates and 510,040 comments are published on Facebook
-Google serves more that 694,445 search queries
-370,000+ minutes of voice calls done by Skype users
-20,000 new posts are published on Tumblr
-13,000+ hours of music streaming flows from Pandora
-More than 13,000 iPhone apps are downloaded
-6,600 images are published on Flickr
-600 videos (about 25 hours of content) are uploaded to