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Amazon versus The World

Amazon has come a long way from *just* being the world’s largest bookseller. This year alone the company has launched three new products or service offerings that challenge the market dominance of an established player. Check out the infographic (A CPC Strategy First!) below to see where Amazon is challenging rivals for marketshare in the

Job Seekers Use Mobile Job Search Apps

People are relying more and more on mobile devices to interact with the world around them – and that trend extends to the job search process. Mobile job search apps allow users the accessibility to keep up with the latest job openings, and the privacy to pursue new opportunities on their own mobile device. Teapot

Online Fax vs. Traditional Fax

A quick comparison of online fax and traditional fax in terms of savings, ease of use, mobility and environmental aspects. Teapot Warmers Silver Amber Necklaces Wholesale Glass Tea Sets Mummy Sleeping Bags

The Death of WebSphere and WebLogic?

This infographic takes a look at the decrease of use of websphere and weblogic where today open source java is the most widely used cloud tool. Teapot Warmers Silver Amber Necklaces Wholesale Glass Tea Sets Mummy Sleeping Bags

The Interconnected World of Tech Companies

The “tech world” is really more of a “tech family.” Between digital giants’ appetites for acquisitions and the tendency of their ex-employees to start new companies, it’s easy to see how nearly every blip in the ecosystem is closely related. We’ve mapped just a few of these family ties between “Xooglers,” the “PayPal Mafia”, “Softies”

Android Phones Timeline

T-Mobile’s G1 was the first phone sold with the Android operating system. The G1 was wildly successful, spawning the G2 and inspiring other manufacturers to sell phones based on the following desert-themed releases known as cupcake (1.5), donut (1.6), eclair (2.0), and froyo (2.2). This infographic shows the history of Android phones released to date

The Connected World of Tech Companies

This infographic provides a visual graph to show how tech companies are interconnected. It shows their connections through acquisitions, mergers, and CEO employment. Teapot Warmers Silver Amber Necklaces Wholesale Glass Tea Sets Mummy Sleeping Bags

Who Goes to Hackathons?

Sweb Development believes in the concept behind Hackathons, where people come together to create something or solve an issue using their diverse skills. Here are some statistics compiled on Hackathons from the past and why they are important. Teapot Warmers Silver Amber Necklaces Wholesale Glass Tea Sets Mummy Sleeping Bags

Who Buys Apple iPads? Rich, Male, Pet-Owning Geeks

Ever wonder who the most likely buyers are for the Apple iPad? Market data research firm BlueKai put together a nifty infographic that shows that the most likely buyers are males, video game players and (not sure what this means) pet owners. The device is popular, too, with scientists, international travelers, apartment dwellers, vitamin takers

WordPress Popular Sites Analysis

WordPress is the worlds most popular content management system. This infographic looks at the top 100K internet sites, and breaks down the ones that are running WordPress. It is hoped that by understanding some of this information an increased security awareness will develop among WordPress users. Link