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Browser War

By on June 2, 2012

Internet browser play a very important role in the grow of Internet especially in today, but it will still continue to become more and more important for the coming decades. However today browsers need to migrate them self into the cloud in order to continue hold the population in the market. Web apps are a production of the cloud migration.

Monetate did a research on the browser market share and summarize everything start from year 1990 until today into the infograpic below to help you to understand better how’s the browser war begin up to today.

Enjoy it.

The big business of Apple

By on May 14, 2012

Properly everyone know that Apple is the world most money making IT company which generate about USD 11.6 Billion profit in March Quarter 2012 alone and it’s close to USD30 billion in 6 month times.

But maybe you have no idea that how’s bad the Apple company was in the 15 years ago where they are just week away from bankruptcy. 

The bigger potions of the profit for the Apple are come from the 2 most important devices – the iPhone and the iPad. But after 5 years of rolling out the iPhone, will it still continue to bring the company fly or it will hit the bottleneck?

Anyhow, let’s see the below info graphic showing how Apple actually make their profit.

How Green Is the iPad?

By on April 21, 2012

It can be difficult to put in perspective the environmental impact of our electronics. Many factors contribute to a device’s greenery (or lack thereof). Let’s see how the iPad measures up.

The infographic below, created by, breaks down the environmental footprint of the new iPad. The data is based on research compiled by the company.

As depressing as those statistics may be, there are bright (green) spots on the horizon for Apple. The Cupertino giant is in the process of building a 100-acre solar facility to house its energy-hungry data center. The company anticipates that the plant will offset a significant portion of energy expenditure currently needed to run Apple servers.

Apple has also implemented recycling programs in 95% of the countries where Apple products are sold. Do you participate in device recycling? Have you accounted for your devices’ carbon footprints? Why or why not?

There are a lot social web site nowadays such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn Google+ and so on, but do you know how to make use of it like the expert did? It’s actually more complicated than just posting a status updates at random and seeing what sticks.

When is Facebook most effective? When are you better off using Twitter, or LinkedIn? And what exactly is Google+ good for, anyway?

The business consultant network Zintro recently pulled research from more than a dozen sources including Mashable, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google and Quantcast to put together this nifty infographic, which will help you develop your social strategy. Check it out below for the full report.

The born of PDF file has change our way working with document because of PDF are so easy to read, not only that, we can encrypt them, sign them, split, rotate, merge and watermark them. Nowadays, you can easily get any cheap or free PDF reader as well as creator online other than the very expensive Adobe Acrobat. Microsoft 2007 and above version are come with PDF creation function.

The infographic from Nitro PDF below illustrates how PDF files are become more common in our life. The most common use of PDF document such as travel ticket, theatre and concert tickets, E-Bill from Telco, credit card e-statement and so on.

The following infographic show how the rise of PDF as the world’s digital document.

E-Commerce business is growing so fast from year to year, we all will find it very convenient to purchase and shopping online from a site such as Amazon. But once we confirm the order and make the payment, have you think of what will happen to the item that you had just purchased until it arrives to your doorstep?

What actually happen after you confirm your purchase is your order will send to the warehouses to process, pack and ship. Those warehouses are staffed by people who apparently work in such terrible conditions that a Chinese person making iPhone in China.

The infographic come from Business Insurance Guide where they pointed out some pretty bad stuff going on in the online warehouses, including 12 hour shifts with few breaks, earning minimum wage, being fired if you use a mobile phone, extreme temperatures, health risks, and loss of workers rights if you are temp worker.