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The 'Galaxy S' branding has always defined Samsung's top-tier Android handsets, but how have they changed over the years? An infographic breaks down these finer details with numerous sources.
A new infographic published by Microsoft shows the extent of the company's various divisions and how they all link with each other as a way to illustrate the various careers at Microsoft.
Mozilla is celebrating a successful 2012. An infographic detailing the major facts and figures around their Firefox internet browser and the Firefox OS has been published on Mozilla's official blog.
The First Person Shooter is arguably the most successful genre in the PC gaming scene, and we have an infographic that shows where it started and what defined the genre.
Nokia doesn't want you to purchase the iPhone 5 and has produced an infographic telling you why you should wait but unfortunately, doesn't tell us how long we have to wait or what the 920 will cost.
Time for another infographic! Today we look at the countries with the largest printing industries, including the USA, UK and Japan, and explores the sectors in which printing is most prominent.
Dramatic title is dramatic; but is it time for a little scaremongering? Time to remind casual users that you can do more to protect your online presence? We think we can never remind you enough of it.
In this article we test the theory if more research and development spending leads to increased intellectual property, and the number of patents might not be a good guide to a company's innovation.
One thing we know is certain, consumer pricing almost always increases, be it fuel for your wheels or your weekly shopping run. But as one Consumer Price Index study shows, this isn't always the case.
Another Mac versus PC war? Probably. Except this war is not about arguing over fancy collections of bits and bytes, or even about the perceived value of one's investments into technology. It's about the users...
In the personal computer market, Apple and Microsoft are two household names that the consumer recognises as key players. For many years, Microsoft and Apple have been fighting for marketshare and the consumer dollar. Manolution.com has...
Microsoft is a massive corporation with ideas constantly flowing, but how does a corporation of this size collaborate on some of the key technology trends? To help answer that question, Microsoft put together an infographic...
Can you imagine where we would be without email? The ability to quickly communicate has transformed not only business communication but personal communication too. With messages being transferred at the speed of light, using standard...
Apple has taken the tablet world by storm, there is no doubt that they have dominated a market and to this day, face little competition in the marketplace. While the Samsung Tab does offer solid...
We all know someone who has said “I can’t live without my cell phone”. As the little devices become more powerful each year, the simple fact is that they become more integrated into our...