We have all been warned about the dangerous, deep, dark corners of the internet. But the truth is, most of us shop online relatively care-free. We whip out our debit cards to order a new gadget, or lazily let our phones do the work with the swipe of a thumbprint and confirmation of payment. Companies have made it more convenient than ever before to pay online.
Whether it is a business trip or a leisurely excursion to a foreign country, we all love to travel. Unfortunately, personal devices are the most vulnerable when traveling and are exposed to many more threats than at workplaces or homes.
Whether it is something as complex as the human body, or as simple as a keychain, 3D printing is bringing new possibilities to every industry.
Why fix outdated technology that isn’t broken? Because if you don’t keep in touch with the latest technology, then things can go seriously wrong.