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What are Apple’s iBeacons?

The guys at Top Marketing Schools have created an infographic about iBeacons, devices meant to interact with Apple users and give them new info in the stores that use those iBeacons. Basically an iBeacon is a small device that uses bluetooth low energy (BLE) connectivity to setup an indoor positioning system (IPS), specifically used with […]

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Why is BACON so delicious and why is it smelling so good?

Bacon is great and you can even wash yourself in bacon shampoo or buy a bacon perfume. Really! Reactions has created another great chemistry short video in which they explain why bacon is so good and smells also great. It has to do with the fact that bacon has 150 volatile substances in it, as […]

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Intel about the Internet of Things: Fast Forward is Now

Intel has a great list of articles based on various tech topics collected in one place called Adrenaline. I use their app too and regularly read about their take on the future of tech and what are they doing to enhance it so I’m finding myself learning a lot of cool new things from them. […]

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Apple has peaked? No. [infographic]

The guys at Computer Science Degree Hub have created the infographic from below which asks if Apple has peaked in the computer technology market. My answer would be, NO. Those [Apple] guys really know how to make people feel good when they have an Apple product. Most Apple fan boys from around the world are […]

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How to spot bad science? [infographic]

Big Think is a great place for thinkers. You will find in there articles that teach you how to properly think, about your self and about how your mind works. They posted recently an infographic about how to spot bad science created by Compound Chem. Here are some rough ideas that you can read in […]

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7 shocking stats about the internet in 2014

The guys at staff.com have created a nice infographic about the internet and, while most of the info from this image is already known, you need to keep your eyes on the Chinese internet. Why? you’d ask. Because China’s internet is HUGE. China has 564 million internet users and Chinese website Alibaba has more sales […]

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Those 17 equations that changed the world

Science Alert has posted on Facebook the image from below, which contains 17 equations that indicate the level of knowledge we had at a certain time. Exaplanations of those 17 equations are given by Business Insider. Einstein’s equations is one of the most wel known equation, but law of gravity and Pitagora’s Theorem are also […]

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HTTP error codes for dummies – cats tell this better

When you surf the web you can, occasionally, encounter errors when trying to see some websites. The image from below lists those HTTP status codes and lets the cats explain what do those mean, and they do a great job, let me tell you that 😀 Image is downloaded from here. Thanks Dorin for sharing […]

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Apple really gets customer’s needs [infographic]

The guys at Top Webdesign Schools have created a nice infographic from which we can understand why Apple has so much success among its customers: if focuses on simplicity, empathy and craft. That means that Apple has made sure to create the best design there is, to use an UI that really suits people and […]

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Smartphones and entertainment: really?! I mean, some would give up sex…

In the infographic produced by Coupon Audit (provides Shoebacca coupons) these guys show us that 15% of smartphone owners would rather give up sex during week-ends than to put their phone waay. that doe snot seem smart of funny at at all 🙁 In any case, other interesting facts from the infographic are these: – […]

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