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iPhone lleva a Apple a los mejores resultados de la historia #infografia #infographic #apple

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Infographic: Apple's Historic Quarterly Earnings | Statista

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Archivado en: Economía, Infografía, Sociedad de la información Tagged: Apple, Economía, Infografía, internet, Telefonía, tic



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Cómo el iPhone ha cambiado Apple en 8 años #infografia #infographic #apple

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Una infografía sobre cómo el iPhone ha cambiado Apple en 8 años.


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Infographic: How the iPhone Changed Apple in Just 8 Years | Statista

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30 ideas y conceptos para crear infografías #infografia #infographic #marketing #design

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30 ideas y conceptos para crear infografías

30 ideas y conceptos para crear infografías





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How The New McDonald’s CEO Could Improve Restaurants Worldwide

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For years now, we’ve referred to Taco Bell CEO Greg Creed as “curiously Australian,” since it’s unexpected and exotic for a Tex-Mex fast-food joint to be run by someone from the other side of the planet. Now another fast-food company has a chief executive from elsewhere in the Anglophone world: the incoming CEO of McDonald’s, Steve Easterbrook, is British.

Don Thompson, who will step down on March 1st, started with the company as an electrical engineer and worked his way up to the top job. Easterbrook started as an accountant, and served as CEO of McDonald’s UK. Changes made in restaurants in that country under Easterbrook’s leadership are things that American consumers have found lacking at McDonald’s.


Fruit: Well, no one goes to McDonald’s because they’re in the mood for health food, but McDonald’s in the United States has been experimenting with feeding more fruit to their youngest customers. Instead of a confusing array of Happy Meal options that include apples or tangerines, McDonald’s UK started a simple enough promotions: free bags of fruit with every Happy Meal on the first Friday of every month.


Environmental responsibility: Okay, “McDonald’s” and “environmental responsibility” might sound like they contradict each other, but they don’t. McDonald’s UK started a composting program, returning food scraps to the earth.


Food sourcing: This is important, since food sourcing is part of why Chipotle has become so popular with young adults in the US. McDonald’s UK sells beef, pork, and organic milk that has been sourced from inside the country, and coffee that’s Rainforest Alliance-certified. They’ve only used sustainably caught fish since 2001.


Fish sticks: We’re not sure whether this is a good or bad thing, but McDonald’s UK sells fish sticks that are similar to the Filet-O-Fish patty, or “fish fingers” as they’re called over there. That’s not necessarily something that American consumers are clamoring for, but it’s an interesting difference.


McDonald’s in US vs. UK: How New British CEO May Transform the Burger Chain [ABC News]




by Laura Northrup via Consumerist

Enfermedades del sistema visual #infografia #infographic #health

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Enfermedades del sistema visual

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Cablevision Sues Verizon, Claims “Fastest WiFi” Ads Are Misleading


Competing companies often call each other out for exaggerations in ads and other marketing sleight of hand, but Cablevision has decided to let the legal system settle its dispute with Verizon over claims of who has the “fastest WiFi available.” Meanwhile, Verizon says the lawsuit is a marketing ploy to sell Cablevision’s WiFi phone service.

The suit [PDF], filed today in a U.S. District Court in New York, accuses Verizon of making misleading statements that not are not only false advertising about its own products but which also mislead consumers with regard to Cablevision.


“Verizon’s false claim of WiFi speed superiority is deliberately designed to undercut Cablevision’s competitive WiFi advantage in the marketplace,” reads the complaint, which adds that the Verizon claims are “likely to interfere” with Cablevision’s recently announced WiFi-only voice, text, and data service.


“The false ads in Verizon’s campaign are designed to undermine the competitive threat Cablevision’s WiFi services pose to multiple facets — both internet and cellular service — of Verizon’s business,” continues the suit.


Cablevision contends that Verizon is basing its speediest WiFi boast on the new AC1750, 802.11ac routers that its customers are gaining access to. The problem is, according to the complaint, that Cablevision already offers AC1750, 802.11ac routers to its customers, and has for about a year.


Since both companies are offering effectively the same WiFi routers to customers in the same general area, Cablevision doesn’t see how Verizon could claims its service is the fastest, especially when customers have to pay up to $199.99 (or $9.99/month) for Verizon’s while Cablevision’s is included with service.


The suit also points out that Cablevision has rolled out more than 1 million WiFi hotspots for customer use in the New York City tri-state area (NY, NJ, CT), meaning subscribers have wider access to WiFi out of home, as Verizon’s hotspots in the area are actually licensed through third parties.


It’s worth noting that Cablevision has introduced a large number of its hotspots in a similar and controversial fashion to Comcast, by using using each company-supplied wireless router for both the at-home subscriber and WiFi users on the go. Companies that do this claim that users of the public WiFi will not be able to access the home network and that the public use does not affect service to the paying subscriber, though many people are skeptical about both of these claims.


Back to the complaint… It takes particular issue with the fine print in Verizon ads that support the “fastest WiFi” claim by citing a study that Cablevision believes was privately commissioned and is not available to public.


Cablevision says it sent a letter to Verizon on Jan. 23 demanding the withdraw of the ads in question and explaining that the routers being offered by both companies are identical. The company also requested a copy of the study Verizon cites in its ads.


According to the complaint, when legal reps for both companies spoke, Verizon again pointed to this study but as of today had not made it available.


“Verizon’s false advertising campaign is especially damaging to Cablevision because Cablevision’s superior WiFi capabilities have long been a market differentiator for Cablevision,” reads the suit, which alleges violations of federal false advertising prohibitions and New York state laws regarding deceptive business practices.


When reached for comment a rep for Verizon said the company had not yet seen the lawsuit, which was filed at the end of business today. However, Verizon believes the suit is a “boldface ploy to promote Cablevision’s latest wireless gambit.”


“A third party has tested and validated the FiOS Quantum Gateway Router,” continues the statement. “It offers the fastest in-home Wi-Fi available from any provider. As usual, Cablevision is confusing consumers by using an apples to oranges comparison of in-home and public Wi-Fi.”


What may be confusing to many consumers is the discussion of “fastest WiFi” at all, as many casual viewers might assume this means fastest broadband access when in fact one has little to do with the other.


You can have the fastest in-home WiFi on Earth but if your Internet connection is slow as mud — or if your ISP is deliberately allowing your Netflix stream to bottleneck — that world’s fastest router can’t speed up data it’s not receiving.




by Chris Morran via Consumerist

11 atajos de teclado para Excel #infografia #infographic

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11 atajos de teclado para Excel

11 atajos de teclado para Excel





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Top 10 cadenas hostelería en Redes Sociales (España 4T/2014) #infografia #infographic #socialmedia

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Top 10 cadenas hostelería en Redes Sociales (España 4T/2014)

Top 10 cadenas hostelería en Redes Sociales (España 4T/2014)





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