The “superfood” craze is as strong as ever, and new foods are constantly being discovered every day that offer newfound sources of vitamins and nutrients. This infographic catalogs 10 of best, including a few surprising entries.
In the new connected world, the difference between 4G and 3G connectivity can make a huge difference. A new infographics catalogs the differences in a day between the two.
Via: 4G Internet
The late 1990′s and 2000′s have had no shortage of young tech millionaires, and this new infographic from “Grown Up Me” catalogs 10 of the biggest and the road they took to get where they are now.
Via: Grown Up Me
Business degrees are always a contentious topic, hotly debated as to whether they are useful or useless. That doesn’t stop them from continuing to be one of the most popular graduating programs of any college. This infographic breaks down the top 7 MBA degrees of 2013.
Via: Potomac College
Weddings are simultaneously the most exhilarating and most stressful times of any couple’s life, so it’s no surprise that it can take a year to plan. This infographic plots out a full 12-month trajectory to go from proposal to altar.
Image, via Wedding Rings
No man will ever understand how much money women spend on makeup, and on the red carpet it’s taken to entirely new levels. This new infographic from BH Cosmetics shows just how much an average red-carpet walk costs, not in clothes but in mascara.
It’s hard to believe that Google’s handheld/mobile OS Android is 5 years old already. With their clever confectionary naming scheme it’s hard to gauge age, but this infographic chronicles the development of Android from version 1.0 back in September 2008 to the new “Jelly Bean” version coming to Archos tablets and handhelds now.
Things have changed quite a bit from the first operating system, the Android 1.0, to the newest version, Jelly Bean 4.1. How far you ask? We’ll let the “Evolution of Android” do the talking for us on that one. But be prepared…your mind is about to be blown. And by the end, you’ll probably want to buy an ARCHOS Android Tablet of your own.