Lip Smacking Evolution Of Android #Infographic #Android

Everyone loves Android and Google makes it even better by providing updates every few months that can be installed for free. Android users can purchase or download their favourite apps from Google Play Store where thousands of new apps are added across categories every single day.

Top App Creators, an online listing service for top app development companies across the world, brings to you detailed information and trivia about Android in this easy to read Infographic, “Lip Smacking Evolution of Android” – a fun guide that tells you everything you wanted to know about the Android mobile operating system.

The Legal Examiner defines negligence as, “doing something that a reasonably prudent person in a given situation wouldn’t do, or not doing something that a reasonably prudent person would do in that situation”.

An infographic by Top App Creators.

Are Driverless Cars Close to Being a Reality? #infographic #driverless #cars

From the science fiction movies of the 1950’s through to the hover boards of the 1908’s and beyond we have always been fascinated by what technology is going to bring in the future.

Hover boards are yet to be *that* close to reality, but some other predictions are getting closer. We saw driverless cars in movies like Demolition Man, The Fifth Element, Minority Report, I Robot and Total Recall and reality is catching up.

This useful infographic looks at the history of the driverless car, their future and when we can expect to see them on our roads. It isn’t that far away! It also brings together opinions and predictions from some of the world’s most prominent experts on driverless cars. If you want to read the interviews in full you can do so here.

An Infographic by Rac Shop.

The Evolution of the American Bar #infographic #America #Bar

The American labor movement started to gains rights for industrial workers, including safer working conditions, better wages, and shorter hours. As American workers habitually visited bars at the end of a hard day’s work to relax and socialize, these places became the center of many conversations and planning for labor activities and organization. Bars encouraged this by providing free private meeting rooms as long as attendees were drinking. Some of these establishments could accommodate thousands of patrons at one time.

Some historians have speculated that Rockefeller and other notable industrialists promoted temperance organizations and helped to push Prohibition into law in order to disrupt these conclaves of union supporters who were using bars as frequent meeting places.

An Infographic by BuzzTime.