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A Day in the Life of the Modern Smartphone User [Infographic]

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Data and information from Citrix about mobile trends shows us we’re not the only ones growing increasingly attached to our mobile devices.

Whether it’s a personal, social or business setting, people are using their smartphones in more places and ways than ever before and the increasing speed of smartphones encourages us to rely on them more often. As the data here shows, we share more phone habits than we might have thought.


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Julia Sokolova's curator insight, March 31, 4:54 AM

Social media is made up of 63% images and 32% videos 

 

50% of mobile ads are served to 50% of smartphone users 

 

1/2 of the top health apps are fitness apps, which require more data to track a user's status

 

1.5% of a user's mobile data usage comes from network-connected gaming 

 

57% of people blame the mobile operator when a video stalls 

Mónica Vázquez's curator insight, April 2, 2:30 PM

Las apps para fitness en aumento mientras 35% dormimos junto a nuestros celulares

Daniel Vince's curator insight, April 14, 1:52 PM

Interesting Info graphic about smartphone usage.

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E-Hazards: Manifest Tragedy [Infographic]

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As technology continues to progress and the lifespan of consumer electronics continues to shorten, there is a significant problem that society is left to ponder: e-waste. The steady influx of new technologies being adopted by more people presents the growing challenge of what to do with the old electronics.

When these electronics end up in landfills and are improperly recycled, they jeopardize the well-being of the individuals involved and of the environment around them. It would be naïve to think the problems caused by these obsolete electronics stop with the country producing the waste or that it is a contained problem.


This infographic explores the shrinking product cycles of electronic devices, the mounting challenge of hazardous e-waste, and how various governments, schools and professionals are becoming involved.


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