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The traditional cellphone is being overtaken by the far more capable smartphone. Equipped with high-speed internet connections and lightning-fast processors, these devices have essentially put fully capable interactive billboards in our pockets. The mobile web is expected to reach nearly 2 billion users by 2015, outpacing desktop internet usage. HighTable, a startup...

The social giant “giant” Initial Public Offering is standing just a day away. We had heard, read and whisper a lot of stories about Facebook’s giant IPO – Yes it is giant – from one to many terms. Now, with the medium of Infographic created by mbaonline.com it suggest the story starts from till the current timeline or in simple words “The Facebook IPO Timeline”. Before letting you into the Infographic, if you want to grab the I2Mag coverage and analysis over the Facebook’s IPO, click on the image: And, now here is the...

Akamai recently released its Fourth Quarter, 2011 State of the Internet report. The report suggests that more than 628 million unique IP addresses from 236 countries and regions connected to the Akamai Intelligent Platform, representing 2.1 percent more IP addresses than connected in the third quarter of 2011, and an increase of 13 percent compared to the same quarter...

China, the country known for its population seen tremendous growth and now with moving time it accounts for having more than half a billion internet users or we can say it as 1 in 5 internet users are Chinese – great number isn’t. As of December 2011, 38.3% of China’s population was online, up from just 10.5% in 2006 whereas 51% of the country’s population...

We have seen Yahoo in many good as well as bad times. There was a time when Yahoo ruled the web. Alongside its contemporaries MSN and a much younger Google, the search giant was a formidable internet presence in the late 1990s and early 2000s and showed the constantly the sign of slowing down. HighTable.com presents The Incredible Shrinking Yahoo Infographic showing...

At the time of choosing a domain name, we always try to look it up for the perfect name for ourselves, than whatever the purpose behind it we require that. Thinking at large, have we ever tried to think how oldest the .com domain actually is? It is 27 years old as of now – Yes 27 years – the very first of a new internet domain was registered and the first domain...

According to a new study commissioned by software giant Microsoft, the current spending on public and private IT cloud services will generate nearly 14 million new jobs worldwide by 2015. IDC’s research predicts revenues from cloud innovation could reach $1.1 trillion per year by 2015, which, combined with cloud efficiencies, will drive significant organizational...

The day the “Internet” collectively stood still – the words really meant a lot if you know why and when such thing happened in the past – I am talking about the January 18 protest – the protest against SOPA and PIPA – the day when hundreds of thousands of websites over on the internet blackout for a day – the list includes the biggies too – name as...

OneMoreLevel.com has crafted a side-by-side comparison of the HTML5 and Flash Games. There’s a lot of interesting data to be found, and it’s all sourced down at the bottom, but it is fair to note that OneMoreLevel is a Flash gaming site. The Infographic starts with pointing out the total number of users playing the games – HTML5 having a few hundreds and Adobe...

New figures from the UK’s cartridge retailer Cartridgesave.co.uk have revealed what would happen if all Facebook status updates were to be printed. In order to find out, www.Cartridgesave.co.uk conducted a study of 2,102 Facebook users across the UK, in a bid to discover how often, on average, Facebook statuses were updated. According to the Cartridgesave.co.uk...