Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms today. With over 800 million users it offers a fun and exciting way for users to explore their creative side through photos and videos. Additionally, it provides an excellent platform for sharing material with the people who follow you.
The feeling is all too common. You’re out shopping for a brand new cell phone, and you just don’t know which one to purchase and carry home. If you’re an iPhone or Apple fan, you’ve probably been getting that itch to get a new phone and you’re facing the feeling of confusion about which phone to get.
With Uber’s Travis Kalanick’s resignation a while back and the hiring of ex-Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, many people would deem the issue of who is Uber boss to be over. News in business and tech gets stale fast and people’s reading retention rates drop like stones.
Let’s face it, the future is here. With Apple’s FaceID technology, it’s become all about the camera. Apple’s closely-guarded technology projects 30 thousand individual dots onto your face, making it otherwise impossible for anyone else to unlock your phone (the odds of someone with the exact same 30 thousand points as you is an extremely remote mathematical possibility). So what does this mean for security using facial recognition?
From booking your flights online to making hotel reservations miles away, apps have made life much easier and things more convenient. However, there’s one latest addition in the hotel industry’s rapidly growing technological sector.
I still remember the first time I opened Paint in my father’s rickety old laptop (I forgot what model it was). Back in the day when Netscape was the only viable web browser, Paint was something I used to pass my time, one hideous drawing at a time. Confession: I still can’t draw, but that’s irrelevant to the article in question.