Infographic of the Day: The CORRECT Numbers Behind Cellphone Usage

May 11th, 2013
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Just because they are pleasant to look at doesn't mean they're true. One of the problems with the rise of infographics is that many of them are based on unclear, unreliable, or completely fabricated information. Clement B discovered that this one about mobile phone habits turned out to be seriously flawed, so he took out his red pen and made some corrections.

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