Surfing the Internet these days is sometimes akin to walking across a minefield. Every click or page view can potentially bring forth an onslaught of advertisements, which can become maddening for users. Solutions have been developed to combat ads, but is eliminating them outright really the best approach?
The illusion of security is often worse than no security at all. However, it is often difficult to tell how good a security product really is. Purchasers usually consider the specifications and reputation of the vendor. Most customers don’t have the ability to thoroughly test security products and are essentially forced to rely upon the manufacturer.
As devices like the Apple Watch, Fitbit and Pebble become more popular, it has become quite clear that the revolution will be wearable. Not only do these devices offer many of the same features as smartphones, they also help wearers to maintain their personal fitness.
These are interesting times. We are privileged to live in a world where new advancements in personal technology are being developed or released every day. While these new devices often build upon the success of the workhorses they are designed to replace, what becomes of the older units?