Consumption of video on mobile devices has grown so rapidly that advertising and marketing executives now have an opportunity to convey a message ten times more powerful than traditional written content.
The explosion of Internet-connected devices has created a new reality for the workflow of the average netizen. Shopping that starts on smartphones might be finished on computers. A conversation could begin on a tablet and end on a smartphone.
But toddlers aren't the only ones taking photos nonstop. It's not unusual for doting parents to snap thousands of digital photos by the time their child is 2. Today's toddlers think nothing of finding their own biopic stored in a device barely bigger than a deck of cards.
Telefonar, escrever mensagens, jogar e ler livros. Essas são apenas algumas atividades que podem ser feitas em um smartphone. Porém, quando utilizado incorretamente, esse aparelhopode causar alguns males à saúde.
Suppliers will deploy over 900 NFC-enabled advertising displays on 75 U.S. college campuses for the fall, hoping to capitalize on the high penetration of smartphone ownership on U.S. campuses.
Contactless technology has been used for more than 20 years to help us to conduct transactions quickly, easily and securely. Contactless is not only here to stay – it is expected to grow and become...
A way your mobile device can help verify that you are who you say you are when logging into your online accounts through the use of one-time passwords (OTPs). Online service providers from banks to email providers are starting to use text messaging to send OTPs to help verify your identity when you access an online account, confirm transactions or make changes to your profile (See the tip “How does Facebook use OTPs for security?”). This type of authentication, known as multi-factor or strong authentication, requires you to have your mobile device and OTP with you physically.
While two-factor authentication is a proven security technology, one of the barriers to the use of two-factor authentication with one-time passwords (OTPs) has always been the cost of providing a separate device to securely generate the OTP. All that changed with the ubiquity of mobile phones, which can become the second factor of authentication. For example, a text message to a mobile phone is a very low cost way to throw a high barrier in front of hackers trying to penetrate corporate IT systems.