Tag Archives: Evolution

Fashion: The Evolution Of The Bra – Infographic

evolution-of-the-bra_51cddf43d756bEver since the dawn of time, men have been fascinated with women’s breasts. Now, there are loads of theories that strive to explain this phenomenon. Women are well aware of this fact, and we think that they have been aware of this fact forever.

At some point in time, women (or men) realized that there are ways to make their attributes even more visible and even more desirable than before. Introducing – the bra. From this infographic, you will be able to find out how this piece of lingerie came about and how it developed throughout history.

Source: Spurst

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Samsung S4: In Search of the Next ‘Hero Phone’

Wells Fargo Analyst Jennifer Fritsche and Bloomberg Industries John Butler look at the evolution of smartphones and carriers. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

The Evolution Of Automated Marketing – Infographic

Since the dawn of civilization people have found ways to market their goods to potential buyers, and through intense competition modern marketing was born.

As technology has become more and more embedded in the lives of consumers, marketing has evolved at a rapid pace. From radio, to television, to the internet and smart phones, marketers have had to become more creative in order to reach their audience through the noise. Continue reading

The Evolution Of Web Content Consumption – Infographic

There have been significant innovations and improvements in the way people consume Web content over the years (including TorchBrowser itself, of course) so we thought it would be interesting to chronicle the progression of the way people have consumed content over the last 10 to 15 years, specifically looking at some interesting facts such as:

  • The fact that 5 billion gigabites of data was all of the data generated up until 2003, and currently we generate that amount of data in 10 minutes world wide
  • The fact that downloading a song has gone from an average of 15 minutes to under 30 seconds
  • As well as average internet speeds, the number of people using the Web, and many other interesting facts and figures

We hope you enjoy the graphic, and of course if you find it interesting please share!

Source: Torch

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The Evolution Of The Associated Press Brand – Infographic

The Evolution of the Associated Pree Brand.

Source: Visual.ly, Associated Press

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The Growth Of United States E-commerce – Infographic

The Evolution of Ecommerce is supported by Litle & Co., the payment processing and intelligence platform that drives more efficient and profitable relationships between consumers and the digital brands they’ve come to love.

Between now and 2016, be prepared to spend an average of $1,472 per year online shopping. Right now, U.S. consumers hover somewhere around $1,200-$1,300 per year, but that number will increase by 44%, to $1,738, by 2016.

Now, keep in mind that includes all kinds of online shopping: groceries, daily deals, vacations, clothing, etc. Still, as traditionally brick-and-mortar businesses (such as travel agencies and fashion labels) transition to the web, we’ll be faced with little other option than to spend, spend, spend.

And which industry is sweeping up the cash? An online sales forecast by eMarketer projects that sales of e-retail items, like apparel and accessories, will grow by 16.4%, making it the the fastest growing industry among nine major categories.

The infographic above, created by Baynote, curated consumer data and trends to produce a projection on the future of ecommerce.

Source: Mashable.com, Baynote

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The Evolution Of The Car: From Model T To Electric – Infographic

Automobiles have transformed dramatically since the first mass-produced Ford Model T car hit the consumer market about 104 years ago. But the evolution still continues, with gas-guzzling vehicles slowly turning into energy-efficient roadsters.

UK-based company Car Loan 4U has released an infographic highlighting the history of the car and it’s transformation into what we see in vehicles today.

The infographic highlights some of the most fuel-efficient cars in production, from the 2012 Chevrolet Volt to the Ford Focus E (76 miles) and the Renault Fluence Z.E. (115).

It also hints at the industry ahead: “In the near future, electric cars will outperform petrol cars in every area. The only thing that stands in the way of electric cars total domination is us. At current adoption rates, by the year 2030, only 7.1% of the car-driving population of the planet will own an electric car.”

Source: Mashable.com, Tesla, carloan4u