I thought I would talk about 4K Televisions and are they really worth it, most people if they have heard of 4K Tv’s probably are just thinking that this is just another type of HD TV, so rather than trying to explain the advantages by listing the comparisons and stats I thought I would let this fantastic infographic explain which I am sure is more favorable than me trying to list the reasons.
If you would like to see a 4K television then this new innovation is available from companies like Panasonic who offer 4K television with its amazing picture quality greater detail, depth and sharpness over a normal HD TV.
So let me know what you think in the comments section below I would love to hear your thoughts are you thinking of buying one, have you already bought one?
An Infographic that looks at one of the biggest tech success stories over the last decade – Facebook, and outline the correlation between funding and growth in terms of number of users and revenue generated.
Last week, Google celebrated the ninth birthday of Gmail. The email service launched on 1st April 2004 as an invite-only beta, and didn’t actually become a final version until 2009. Today, Gmail is arguably one of the best email services available, and is by far the best for those who use Google products each day, like Android and Chrome.
A whopping 71% of UK residents access Facebook each day. That’s just a ridiculous figure, as it doesn’t even count the people who check it every other day, or occasionally through the week. Facebook is popular everywhere, but how much of a hold does it have on the UK?
This time 18 months ago, the voice assistant was a thing of the future. Now, it’s very much a thing of the present, and it has gradually transformed into yet another technology battle between Apple and Google, as well as poor attempts from Samsung and individual app makers. Here’s some information about the latest technology craze.
There’s no doubt about it, 2013 will be one of the best years for technology and gaming fans in recent times. There’s the obvious yearly releases of the next iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and Call of Duty. But on top of this there is also the rumoured release of the next generation XBOX and Playstation, The Hobbit and GTA V will finally be released, as well as a number of annual conferences which could reveal any number of exciting new products.
The iPad Mini is one of the most highly anticipated gadgets around right now, especially now that the iPhone 5 is official and released. The smaller version of the succesful Apple tablet is still merely rumours, however with the suggested announcement date just around the corner, now is an ideal time to look back at all the rumours we have heard of the iPad Mini since the start of the year.
This infographic, courtesy Gimmitech, highlights the many rumours and thoughts surrounding the iPad Mini.
“So, what sort of music do you listen to?” is one of the very first questions that many ask upon meeting someone new. The question echoes throughout many high school and university hallways countless times everyday. It is a common conception that a lot could be deduced from someone’s music preferences. Some relatively recent and interesting science is present to entertain this conception. Two experienced scientists, namely Professor Adrian North and psychologist Sam Gosling, examined the relationship between the music genre one identifies with and certain personality attributes and lifestyle choices. For example, both scientists observed that classical music aficionados are creative, gentle and curious about new things, whereas rockers and heavy metal enthusiasts tend to be athletic and open to new experiences. Admittedly, these scientists have adopted different definitions and categories for music genres and, therefore, they do not see eye to eye on all subjects. Relying on a fresh collation of data by Beluga Analytics, the above infographic works a distinct angle on the issue.
As noted in a recent Mashable post, Beluga’s collation of music and technology usage statistics provides interested parties with fun information on the relationship between an individual’s favorite music genre and his/her technology usage and choices. The infographic above shares some of the interesting findings. The data reveal that a staggering percentage of dance music enthusiasts, seventy percent to be exact, talked about technology in their daily conversations all the time in the last month. For most pop and classical music enthusiasts, on the other hand, technology related subjects did not constitute a significant part of daily conversations. Another interesting observation is that the listeners of Hip Hop music were more prone to watching and downloading movies online. Similar level of passion for online involvement was interestingly absent in the listeners of classical music. The infographic has more interesting anecdotes and is worth a close look.
It would also be very interesting to read whether this correlation extends to computer hardware and tech gadgets choices listeners make. Do classical music lovers go for a plain mono laser printer or a colour laser printer; a wireless mouse or an old schoolmechanical mouse. Such data collations would definitely be fun fodder for daily conversations.