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How are teens using their cell phones?
A simple infographic about the (excessive?) use of cell phones in the teen population.Read More
- Minding Our Manners: Smartphone Etiquette
"The rules of social etiquette are starting to catch up with technology. A survey of 100 smartphone users by eBay Deals found that 73% of people disapproved of playing mobile games at work (sayonara, Candy Crush), 89% wouldn't dream of talking on the phone during a movie, and 94% were adamant that texting while driving is a big no-no."
- Have Phones Killed the Conversation? [Infographic]
Mobile phones keep us connected to friends, family and businesses every second of every day, but is there a price to pay for this partnership? How many friendships have been lost because someone texted instead of talking? Unfortunately text cannot imply the tone of your words, and so it is quite easy for the person on the receiving end not to know whether your are being funny, sarcastic or serious! Of course the use of emoticons can help a little, but by typing and using txt-speak instead of actually talking to the person concerned, are we in danger of losing the old art of conversation?
- Twitter For Social Recruitment
There is really no denying that social recruitment in today’s competitive business world is on the rise. Social media has certainly become a reservoir of great talent for the organizations and recruitment agencies. Twitter is a power tool where recruiters can fill their open positions and can grow their network with out breaking the bank.
- Animals that Stay Together Forever
You can complain about your life partner however you want, but the fact is: you will miss the person. Like the animals in the wild, we, too, need to be understood, to be felt, to be managed. We can’t do it alone in this life. That’s why you can learn a lot about animals who stay together forever in this infographic.
- 2026 US$ 1,01,427.2 Mn: Global Automotive Display System Market is expected to reach US$ 1,01,427.2 Mn in 2026
The global automotive display system market was valued at US$ 11,815.7 Mn in 2016 and is projected to reach US$ 70,771.0 Mn in 2026 at a CAGR of 19.8% between 2017 and 2026. The CSD segment in the global automotive display system market accounts for a major revenue share of 36.0%. owing to factors such as easy accessibility and entertainment features, and it is expected to maintain its dominance over the forecast period.Global Automotive Display Systems Market: Segmental SnapshotBy display type: Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) segment is estimated to register a CAGR of over 27.2%, thereby accounting for highest revenue share among the display type segments.By region: The market in the Americas accounted for highest revenue share in the global automotive display systems market in 2016, while the market in Asia Pacific is expected to record highest revenue CAGR of over 24.8% between 2017 and 2026.Global Automotive Display Systems Market: Competitive AnalysisThe research report on the global automotive display systems market includes a competitive analysis on major companies such as Alpine Electronics, Continental, Delphi Automotive, DENSO, Fujitsu, Garmin, KYOCERA Display, LG Display, Nippon Seiki, and Panasonic.Source: Automotive Display Systems Market
- The Carbon Footprint Of The Digital Age
In this infographic we’ll show just how much damage is being done by the digital world by breaking down the amount of CO2 that is produced every time we tweet, email, watch TV, download music and even when we purchase something online. The infographic will also show you what huge companies like Google and Amazon are doing to counteract the amount of CO2 that they produce.