What's the most expensive mobile phone bill in the world? How many cell phones are left in New York City cabs each day? How many hours a year are lost to Angry Birds? Find out in this eye-opening infographic.
Did you know that 200 cell phones are left in New York City cabs every day? That's a lot of phones -- 73,000 per year. Hopefully, none are BYOD phones carried by executives at your company. VisageMobile, a mobility management vendor, came out with this and other "jaw-dropping" mobility facts that show how dependent our world is becoming on mobile phones.
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