This world map shows number of mobile cellular telephone subscriptions by country, per 100 people
Ten years ago there were a mere 4 million broadband users worldwide. Today there are more than 400 million users, an increase close to 10,000%. While developed nations attempt to close in on 100% area coverage, parts of the Third World are still developing groundwork and infrastructure to bring broadband to their populations. Kiplinger.com takes a look at the explosive growth of this revolutionary technology.
Ever wondered how much money is spent on the flower girl’s flowers or how much the wedding industry makes on photography? We’ve taken the numbers and broken them down so that you can see how much is being spent by the average couple and where exactly it is going.
For stats on the entire wedding industry, bridepop.com made Weddings By The Numbers infograph!
Australia has come a long way since being 'claimed' by the British in 1770. Settled through the use of New South Wales as a penal colony by the British Empire, Australia has grown into a prosperous, independent multicultural society.
How Australians rule the world