[gallery] Infographic: How the Internet Is Revolutionizing Education - The Atlantic A few other points from the full infographic: Online education is a $34 billion industry. The for-profit University of Phoenix is now the largest university in the United States, enrolling more than 500,000 students. That’s about 13 times...

[gallery] The diversification of Apple – Royal Pingdom By mid 2011, the most popular Apple devices would seem to be, in order: 1) iPhones, 2) Macs, 3) iPads and 4) iPods. In other words, iPhones, iPads and Macs are all stronger product lines these days than the iPod,...

[gallery] It’s A Facebook World … Other Social Networks Just Live In It  In two years, the number of social networks dropped from 17 to 9 Facebook is now the ‘leader’ in 119 out of 134 countries, including heavily censored Syria and Iran Europe is now the largest continent...

[gallery] 12 Classic Books Reviewed in The Atlantic  Book reviews have been a mainstay of The Atlantic its founding in 1857. The magazine has featured critical assessments of several titles that went on to become classics, from Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations to Harper Lee’s To Kill a...

[gallery] Twitter’s Awareness vs. Usage Problem - eMarketer Awareness of Twitter was high at 92%, but just 8% of consumers ages 12 and up said they had ever used it Twitter awareness increased 5 percentage points in 2010, but usage increased by just 1 point over the same...

[gallery] Apple Buys The Future – Fast Company Apple bought more semiconductors in 2010 than any of its peers, and the spread will be even larger in 2011. Semiconductors power chips. Chips power tech. Tech powers innovation. Innovation powers tomorrow. See where we’re going here?...

[gallery] Location-based services are expected to bring in $10 billion in revenue by 2016, according to research firm Strategy Analytics. The biggest chunk, just over 50 percent, will come from location-based search advertising. (via GigaOm)...

[gallery] 5 Reasons Why E-Books Aren’t There Yet – Wired.com 4) E-books are positioned as disposable, but aren’t priced that way. This one is simple, and also easy to oversimplify since people still have to get paid. But until e-books truly add new value, the way Hollywood did...