Tag Archives: Phones

Mobile Search: What We Look For On Our Phones – Infographic



Mobile search is growing every day.

This infographic highlights some wild statistics about how much we use our mobile devices to search the web.

Source: SlickText.com

Do Phones Kill The Conversation? – Infographic


Mobile phones may keep us readily connected to others, but is there a price to pay? Is texting harming conversation? This infographic lists the pros and cons of modern communication.

Source: liGo

Marketing: Size And Other Facts About Mobile Marketing And Advertising – Infographic

Information and facts about mobile marketing, advertising, social media, smartphones and the ever growing mobile internet.

Source: Pamorama, Microsoft Tag


NOKIA Evolution Or Comeback? The New Lumia Windows 8 Phone – Infographic

Nokia is set to announce the next-generation of its Lumia line of smartphones a press event Wednesday morning in New York.

The announcement is likely to center around the company’s first Windows Phone 8 handset(s). More than just a simple software update, Windows Phone 8 supports a number of hardware enhancements from current Windows Phone devices, including support for higher–resolution screens, microSD expansion slots and near-field communication (NFC), which can be used for mobile payments.

Nokia launched its first mobile phone — the Mobira Talkman –- in 1984. Weighing just over 11 pounds, the phone was revolutionary for its time. A little over 20 years later, in 2005, the company introduced its first multimedia smartphones, and in 2011 it introduced the Lumia line, the first Windows Phone handsets.

Check out the infographic below for a look back at Nokia from 1984 to today.

Source: Mashable.com, Nokia


Global Mobile Development – Infographic

With over 6 billion mobile subscriptions in use worldwide, up from fewer than 1 billion in 2000, three out of every four human beings worldwide now have access to a mobile phone, says a flagship report on global mobile trends released today by infoDev and the World Bank.

Source: Visual.ly, The World Bank