An interactive heatmap illustrates the frequency of births on any day of the year. It out that September is the most popular month to have babies.
A study commissioned by Google on how consumers use smartphones throws up some interesting data. People use their smartphones while eating, inside the bathroom and even while having important conversations.
Your office photocopy machine has a built-in hard drive that stores an image of nearly every document thatâ€™s copied or scanned through the machine.
You can now view very large amounts of data (like a huge Excel spreadsheet) in the browser with the help of Google Fusion Tables.
This world map shows a list of countries that are least affected by global recession or the ongoing financial crisis.
These graphs show how Television viewers react during commercial breaks in TV programs second-by-second.
Following a list of mainstream media websites that get maximum link love from bloggers as they are the top sources of news for bloggers. New York Times, Guardian UK and Wall Street Journal top the list.
This chart courtesy Nick Bilton will help you visualize the number of hyperlinks that currently exist on homepage of 98 popular news websites and tech blogs.
Hitwise released their stats for the 20 most popular websites based on traffic to that domain. The list also includes the top four email websites and is therefore a good way to measure the relatively popularity of different email services.
iPhone 3G is now the largest selling mobile phone in the US surpassing Motorola Razr as well as the BlackBerry Curve. But the story is very different in Inida.
The total number of websites on the Internet have exceeded 182 million according to Netcraft. This count was around 156 million early this year.
Hitwise today released new data about the top 20 most popular websites in terms of traffic with Google.com taking the top position.
According to Trend Micro, India now has the dubious distinction of being the 7th largest spam sender in the world and largest in Asia. Russia (11.92 %), United States (9.36 %) and Brazil (7.48 %) hold the top 3 positions.
Tip for reducing email spam – choose the right first letter of your email address and you could get less junk e-mail.
Pew Research Center for Internet has released some new numbers on blogging and blog readership using data of US based adults.
Results of a social media / blogging survey suggests that consumers in the U.S. and Western Europe are more likely to be passive participants, while those in emerging markets often create content.
Facebook Lexicon is like Google Trends – it lets you compare how frequently some particular words and phrases are written on Facebook over time. It uses stuff posted on Facebook Walls, events and profiles.
If you are new to the world of blogs, wikis, tagging, RSS feeds and social media – this great diagram from Hutch Carpenter will come handy.