Charts are fun! They basically make the Internet go 'round these days, what with the sharing, the memes and the Reddit and whatnot. But not this one! This one is depressing. Ladies and gents, the U.S. debt, in visual form.
Last quarter marked the first time ever that more smartphones were shipped than PCs—and by a wide margin. Manufacturers moved 100.9 million advanced handsets compared with 92.1 million personal computers. Are people buying phones instead of computers? Nope. Because the phones they're buying are computers. [Register]
To satisfy the unquenchable gullets of America's brand-name coffee drinkers, Starbucks will introduce a 916ml Trenta cup. That's more than the average capacity of the human stomach, and enough caffeine to stand in for a defibrillator.
Since its 2008 debut, Android has grown - not only meeting all of the functionalities of the iPhone, but besting it in nearly all aspects. Here is our list of the top 10 things Android does better than the iPhone.
This is hardly a scientific test. But when an iPad screen and a Pixel Qi faced off head to head recently at Computex in broad daylight, there was one very clear winner. And one very murky "magical" device.
Mozy, in a shrewd plug for their online backup service, have created a chart to show how much data our digital collections can hold compared to old analog storage. Have you guys heard of the iPod? It looks amazing.