Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/iphone-versus-android-a-state-by-state-comparison-2011-8

We admit that this is not a chart but it is the coolest thing we’ve seen today.

The map below from ad network JumpTap is breaking down which mobile operating system is most popular on a state by state basis. As Dan Frommer at SplatF put it, Android versus iPhone is the new red state versus blue state.

chart of the day, android, iphone, blackberry state by state, aug 2011

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Source: http://lifehacker.com/#!5792696/find-your-next-adventure-with-everytrailcom

Everytrail Helps You Find Your Next Outdoor AdventureFiguring out where you next adventure will be can be tough. Whether you are just looking for something fun to do this Saturday or something a bit more broad like a trip to a different country, Everytrail.com is an awesome tool for those who like to get out and go.

Everytrail.com takes geo-tagged information from mobile devices and Garmin GPS units to create an interactive map of trip you or someone else has taken, and once uploaded to their website you can add photos and commentary to your route and share it online for anyone else in the world to download, so they can relive the exact same adventure you did.

The online tool is super easy for creating a route yourself, but if finding a new thing to do yourself is more your style, they have a huge database of thousands routes worldwide. You can search by location, or activity, making it super easy to find something to do no matter where you are. (Here’s a route I uploaded.)

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