Technology is a great thing. It has given us endless amounts of information right at our fingertips. The more technology that comes along the easier our lives become. Technology has become our security blanket, and we’re not going to let go any time soon.
Many of us do a lot of typing on computers and smartphones, but when’s the last time you actually used your own handwriting to communicate? According to a new survey, it’s probably been a long time — and our scrawls are suffering because of it.
Last week, more than six million LinkedIn passwords were stolen and published on a message board frequented by Russian hackers. Now computer security firm Rapid7 has combed through them to show just how weak many of those passwords actually were.
It seemed simple enough: a free app in which Mitt Romney supporters could take a photo and then send it out to Facebook or Twitter with one of 14 Romney campaign approved slogan like “I’m a Mom For Mitt” superimposed on it. The app launched yesterday, to coincide with Romney officially capturing the …