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.
Image courtesy of Mashable,Google
The iPad. It’s still number one in tablets but way down from the 90% market share it once enjoyed. Clearly, Apple is not going to rule the tablet market like it did the MP3 player did. But what does it do to at least keep iPad at number one? Here are Top 5 things to expect in iPad 3.
The following infographic beautifully illustrates the ever expanding volume of “The Internet”
via The Next web
Imagine: You’re walking down the street at night. You turn a corner, and suddenly, coming your way, you see someone with “Avatar” playing on their jacket.
It’s a futuristic notion, but according to the folks at open-source hardware maker Adafruit Industries, it’s one that’s just months away.
It’s almost here. CES 2012 promises to be the biggest, baddest tech extravaganza since … well, CES 2011.
In anticipation of the yearly Geek Fest, the folks over at Sortable have created this visual guide to the upcoming show. It also includes a fun look back at CESes past.
With the best games of 2011 behind us, it’s time to look to the future at what 2012 will hold. So, here are the most anticipated games of 2012.
-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
If even 10″ tablets are too small for you, then this comparatively gigantic 65″ slate may suit your taste better. Developed by Istanbul-based company Ardic, what could be the world’s largest Android tablet is a touchscreen high-definition LCD with support for basic gestures like scrolling and pinch and zoom.
As we put 2011 to bed, a lot of technologies are vying for that virtual award podium of our memory: Which ones will not be forgotten in 2012? So, here we are with the Top 5 Tech All Stars of 2011 – the products defined the year in tech – all strong in reviews ratings, but even more importantly, they defined their category or set a path that we’ll be on for some time.