We know how dull and drab most wearables and smartwatches look when we actually wear them. Of course they do provide great features which we would love to use, but at there are times when you’d rather not be caught wearing one of these geeky tech devices.
Here’s an infographic from Samsung showing us how to accessorize and wear their Galaxy Gear range of smartwatches for all occasions. These tips also hold true for most other smartwatches as well, so take a look and get inspired.
Here’s an insightful infographic which shows how men and women use their mobile phones and Social Networks differently. Here are some key pieces of information:
Men are more likely to scan QR codes and coupons
Women are more likely to go for sharing and camera while men prefer to view videos, read news and use GPS apps.
A shocking find is that women are more likely to play games on their smartphones than men.
Globally, women are less likely to respond to social media ads than men. Women are less likely to respond to mobile text ads than men.
71% of women on Facebook are willing to ‘like’ a brand for deals. Only 18% of men do that.
In terms of usage that men are more likely to engage in than women, 27% of men are more like to use social media for business reason compared to 22% for women. Also, 13% of men are more like to use social media for dating compare to just 7% for women.
Now, how much do we know about 3D printing and it’s uses, who are the folks using these printers and for what? Get to know about these by going through this infographic created by Element 14. If you would like to embed this infographic on your site, check out the embed code at the end of this post.
This was a question asked by the social media folks at Nokia on Twitter. They had received an overwhelming response on their followers, and Nokia has shared this infographic based on the responses they got.
If you look at the details above, 25% of the respondents mentioned that they moved to the Lumia range just because of Brand Nokia, and their love and Trust of the brand. The second, third and fourth reasons are almost neck to neck with Design, Software and the want to try out a new Smart phone. US tops the respondents list and India comes in a close second, followed by the UK. The app exclusivity that the Nokia’s Windows Phone range has in terms of Nokia Music and the likes doesn’t seem to be a strong reason for the shift to Lumia.
I also see quite a few folks going in for the Lumia range of phone these days, especially after the lower-end Lumia 610 launched here. I was quite taken aback when the guy who serves “Chai” at office came up to me with doubts about his spanking new Lumia phone, and how to download music. He went away happy when I showed him Nokia Music and Mix Radio service where he could get music downloads.
Here’s why a Blackberry user shifted to the Lumia 900.
If you’ve moved to a Lumia phone and would like to share why, do let us know by leaving a comment below, or sending us a tweet @myportableworld.
Android users are pessimists and like ugly bulky devises vs iPhone users who are extroverts and like sleek devices which does just a few things?
Here’s an infographic created by Hunch and Column Five Media, that suggest that there’s more to users on the different platforms than meets the eye. They’ve created the infographic based on data they’ve collected by via questions which users answer using their Hunch application on their mobile phones.
But then we take this with a pinch of salt since you can’t stereotype users based on what platforms are running on their mobile phones.