6. Finland – 91% of population - In 2009, Finland declared access to fast internet a human right, becoming one of the first countries in the world to massively acknowledge the power and importance of web. Internet companies are required by law to provide citizens with an internet connection of at least 1 megabit per second. 91% of the population is online, and the country is hoping to get its citizens 100 megabit per second power by 2015. More.
10. AutoCAD – $9,000 – Firstly released way back in 1982, AutoCAD still stands out as one of the top-notch programs for Computer Aided Design. It comes with a hefty $9,000 price tag, not much when compared to the rest of the list. More.
Gemma Atkinson - Bewbz. UK hot star Gemma Atkinson gets to kick off our list as an avid gaming fan. She started playing games at early age through GameBoy and has even appeared in Red Alert 3. Favorite games – Tomb Raider and Call of Duty. More.
#5 – Water Globe App, $219.99 - Most iPhone apps cost anywhere from $0.99 to $4.99, but this one will set you back $219.99! It features a set of virtual snow globes. You can use your fingers to churn up white snowflakes or by shaking the screen. Worth over $200? Hardly. More.
5. Waze – $1.3 billion (2013) - Mapping and traffic app Waze brought some of the critical improvements to Google Maps when purchased in June 2013, costing the company $1.3 billion. More.