In the current era, it is quite clear that innovation is not confined to any one geographic location; it is worldwide. From bustling Indian software companies, to U.S. semi-conductor and hardware companies, to South Korean automobile manufacturers, innovation is truly global in scale.
So it is no secret that Apple retail stores are incredibly successful. Currently, Apple has north of 360 retail locations, with each one generating around $49 million annually. That is a crazy number. $49 million per store. Further, all Apple Stores combine for around $18 billion in-store revenue each year.What's even more, Apple stores took more revenue per square foot than any other retailer in the world.
We just came across a pretty interesting infographic on Mozilla's 2013 year in fundraising. According to a post on Geoffrey MacDougall's [Head of Development for Mozilla] blog
Bitcoin has taken the world by storm. It seems every time you reload a tech related web page there is something new about Bitcoin, today is no different. A lot of people have heard the term Bitcoin. They may even had heard that at some points the value of one Bitcoin can be over $1000, [...]
It seems these days no matter what tech sites you read or what's going on in the world, there is some kind of daily news about the virtual currency Bitcoin. Bitcoin is very popular because of it's anonymous nature. At the same time it's very scary for some because they hear about insane fluctuations and [...]
When you started using the internet what browser did you use? Did you use Netscape, Mosaic, or were you and AOL or Prodigy person. Are you so young that you don't have a clue what we're talking about? Browser wars were a real competitive landscape for years. Netscape eventually pulled ahead and then of course, [...]
A few days ago, we told you all about the new Samsung Galaxy S5. However, if you are just a casual observer, that article wont do you much good - aside from the pictures. However, Samsung just released an infographic that details how the Galaxy S has changed through the 5 iterations.
So I was watching the Curling coverage during the 2014 Sochi Olympics and realized that I had a very vague idea of what was actually going on. It's like shuffleboard, but its not? I had no idea.
n the wake of the Flappy Bird shut down, there are many, many questions left unanswered. Not the least of which is how did a game, with such awful graphics and such a simple game play become so successful? While it is hard to answer any of the questions, the raw facts remain.