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Fibre Optics the infographic

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Fibre is no longer a new technology or something that only a very few people can experience, fibre is now everywhere from people’s homes to peoples workplace. Some of the facts and figures surrounding the technological benefit of this new technology are nothing less than astounding.

So to dig a little deeper into the facts and figures behind the rapid expansion of Fibre Optic broadband Chesstelecom have put together the inforgraphic below

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The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has alerted the electrical industry today to the dangers of using counterfeit copies of key publications like the IET Wiring Regulations BS 7671:2008(2011). This announcement comes following the seizure in Dover by Kent Trading Standards of a consignment of 845 counterfeit copies of these regulations which was intercepted by staff from the UK Border Agency as it made its way to the UK from Latvia.

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world expo 2020 inventions that will blow your mind [infographic]


Take a look at the proposed plan from the Dubai Expo this is truly an incredible event planned to celebrate technology and innovation. It really goes to show that there are great minds all over the world that are capable of great things.

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Mistkes commonly made when trying to secure a computer [Infographic]

This is a great infographic, informative informational and instructive everything you need from a good infographic, and an even greater benefit it helps out us geek. If everyone who owned a computer particular family members did these things then everyones computers would be a lot less vulnerable to being hacked. I don’t think my brother has ever updated any of the software on his PC, which might be why it is pretty much dead. If everyone that reads this infographic follows them, it will save a lot of people a lot of time and money.

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Smartphone disasters [Infographic]

This is an interesting little infographic I found developed by phones4u it takes a closer look at home the UK public damage and break their phones. Some of the data they have found is definitely pretty out there with the strange statistic that people with tattoos 37% more likely to damage their phones. This is another incredible one 75% of people would reach in the toilet bowel to try and save there sinking and probably somewhat stinking phone. Take a look yourself at some of the bizarre and interesting facts and figures associated with mobile phones and how we lose or damage them.

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Smartphone and the security of your data [Infographic]

Smartphones are everywhere with these days – but so are security risks. This graphic tries to bring people’s attention to the common ways you can risk your data security and privacy. It should be more easily digestible than a massive white paper or an annoying lecture from your IT manager. Enjoy!

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Budget Traveller Trends infographic for 2012/13… [Infographic]

Want to know which city you can stay in longest on a £100 hostel budget? How about the most popular new cheap travel destinations in 2013? Or – sob, sob – which destinations are becoming more unpopular by the day? Find out all this and more in the Hostelbookers’ Budget Traveller Trends infographic for 2012/13

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UK 4G [infographic]

There has been a lot of talk about 4G coming to the UK with the new mobile network EE being the first to the market and surely O2 wont be far behind. It sprusing how quick it is popping up now that the iPhone 5 is out. Either way EE is now providing a 4G data connection in several of the cities throughout the UK as mentioned previously on this very technology blog.

Even though it has been launched I’m sure there are still many people out there who don’t have a clue how wide spread 4G is or how much it costs, which is a lot at the moment. Well look no further, below is an inforgraphic displaying everywhere in the UK that has a 4G connection as well as the prices you can expect to pay.


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Social media addicts [infographic]

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Facebook vs Pinterest 5 things that we’ve learnt [Infographic]

The new up start on the block Pinterest is growing at an in credible rate and is proving to have a greater engagement rate with it’s visitors on Facebook than which is probably because of all the pictures.

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