First off, let’s establish what NFC means. NFC stands for Near Field Communication, and is a form of technology that wirelessly sends payment information. Think virtual wallets. By installing an NFC chip within your smartphone, you can store your credit card info and pay by swiping your phone over the credit card reader. Pretty nifty!
As with any new product launch, there have been leaks about what new capabilities the Google Glass will bring with it. Being the first of its kind, the mind boggles at what our future might look like, and if all goes well, we won’t be able to live without it.
In March, Apple launched a new TWO-step verification security process. Sounds good, but what does it mean? Basically, it’s a new security feature available for your Apple ID – by adding an additional step to your account authentication process, Apple can help keep you and your personal content safe.
Remember that? – The brick phone. It was ginormous! And now look at what we’re all carrying around. We’ve pretty much all gotten rid of the flip phone, and now our phones are all screen, and touch screen at that! They’re already basically mini-computers in your pockets, so what on earth will they look like and do for us in the future?
It’s no surprise really that it’s the United States leading this charge. They love their taxes, and now they’re trying to tax the internet. So, what does it mean to tax the internet and how might it affect you, should this pass through legislation and expand as the norm across the globe?