The world map shows natural disasters and accidents â€“ including floods, earthquakes, terror activity, â€“ happening around the world right now.
Infographics, short for Information graphics, is a visual way of presenting information or complicated data.
This graphic image shows a list of keywords and websites that are currently blocked or censored in China.
The total number of domain names registered worldwide has recently crossed the 200 million mark according to a VeriSign report.
This interesting infographic compares web browsers with popular celebrities. It however misses Rockmelt, the new kid on the block!
This chart compares the size of all the popular online ebook stores from Amazon (Kindle), Barnes and Noble (Nook), Apple iBooks and Sony Reader.
This poster from Newsweek summarizes the printed book versus the e-book debate.
Print stickers to highlight press releases and other poorly researched news stories that are published in newspapers and blogs.
If you were to think of Facebook as a country, it would be the third most populated nation in the world after China and India.
This world map image illustrates the market share of Google search in different countries across the world.
This handy chart compares the display, storage and other features of iPhone 3GS with iPhone 4 that goes on sale later this month.
The massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is now considered as one of the largest oil spills in the world. Visualize the oil slick area on Google Maps.
This chart compares the percentage of departing flights at major US airports that were either delayed or cancelled during the holiday season due to increased airport security.
Using the internet on your mobile phone is more eco-friendly than surfing with a desktop computer.
This handy chart compares the various social websites like Twitter, Facebook, etc. to help you make the right choice for your social media campaigns.
This chart from Michael Hyatt represents the market share of the top 10 book publishers* in the US.
Here’s a visual timeline of the 25 most successful products in the consumer electronics space beginning with the Pong, the first commercially successful arcade video game, to the rumored Apple Tablet that is expected later this month.
Password Strength Meters will tell you if you passwords are strong and what you do to strengthen the weak passwords.
eBay, the worldâ€™s largest online auction place, recorded over a million transactions on Black Friday which is probably one of the busiest and most hectic shopping days of the year in US.
If you are curious to know the average CPM rates for online advertising across different verticals, this report from Adify should give you a good idea.
Wondering if that person is hiding some sort of a weapon in his clothes. This infographic has clues.
Tantalum is a rare metal that is used in the manufacture of cell phones and camera lenses but you’ll be surprised to know that if every human on the planet were to consume this metal at the same rate an average US resident today, the metal supplies won’t last for more than 20 years.
The Nobel Prize is awarded in six different categories – Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Medicine, Literature and Peace – and these charts will give you a good idea about countries that have won the most awards in a particular category.
The latest traffic data suggests that female users form a majority on all popular social networking sites except Digg where 64% of the traffic is from male users.
If you are concerned about your health because you are spending too much time on social media sites like Facebook and Digg, here’s an exercise plan that may keep you fit.
This is a list the 10 most popular mobile websites (in terms of unique visitors) in different countries according to Opera.