Police Codes Explained

This police code infographic explains the meaning of the codes that emergency personnel use to communicate in the US. Emergency communication uses codes such as the ten, eleven and thirty seven codes as well as the phonetic alphabet as a way to shorten conversations. Additionally, codes are use to mask communication meaning from those that may listen to police communication such as criminals, reports and those with a police scanner radio. This guide briefly explains the history of police codes and define their meaning today. While code definitions vary geographically, this guide provides the most popular and most common codes used by US emergency personnel.

Tech Cold War: Facebook vs. Google

Giant tech mavericks Facebook and Google are at war. They are ferociously vying for YOUR attention! Their weapons of ensnarement are apps, social media platforms, gadgets, and ads. While they both spend billions on innovations and top-notch talent, their strategies for rising to the top are different. This infographic delves into the timeline of Facebook and Google’s battle for digital domination.

5 Scariest Data Breaches of All Time

You’ve probably heard about the Target data breach that compromised millions of customers’ credit card numbers and personal information in 2013. You’ve probably also heard about the recent Home Depot data breach. But you might be surprised to find out that neither of those breaches are the largest in recent history.

In honor of Halloween, we’ve compiled a list of the 5 Scariest Data Breaches of all time based on the number of people affected and the cost to the company responsible for the breach.

6 Organizations That Secretly Run the Internet

When it comes to the Internet, conspiracy theories abound. Some are decidedly tongue-in-cheek (such as Google’s impending creation of a SkyNet-style robot dictatorship), while others, such as the enduring and omnipresent threat of Illuminati control, are taken very seriously (at least by those who believe in them). This infographic delves into the possible puppeteers that make the internet dance!

Why On Demand Mobile Services are the Future

Ease of access of services and products are influencing consumer behavior. Instant gratification of services is no more a luxury but a basic need. From cabs, to groceries, to even tennis buddies and marijuana are available on tap of a button. On Demand Mobile Services is disrupting various industries and we believe it is the future. We have created the following infographic to explain this very idea. Hope you like it.

The Mobile App Jungle

New app search engine Knicket, has released a new infographic called “The Mobile App Jungle”. Some interesting stats: By 2017, it is expected that there will be more than 200 billion app downloads per year and 94.5% of all mobile apps will be free. This is significant as the average person spends 127 minutes in mobile apps per day.