Facebook has added nearly 200 flags to its Profile Frames feature. This allows users to add overlay imagery filters of flags on top of profile photos.
Have you ever browse the World Wide Web, clicking on links to find some of them have errors? To casual internet users, this is just a common thing. The web is made of links, and not every of those links do work. The web has flaws just like anything else. While not everyone is liking it, but to you that wants to build backlinks, this error can actually give you some benefits.
The thing we wear on our wrists is getting a new life, and that is tech. With touchscreen and sensors, watches are becoming "smartwatches." We're seeing an era in which everything wants to be improvised with technology. But how do these relatively new gadgets stand against the giants which has built their fame for ages?
Mobile applications, or apps, became the focus of mobile revolution since Apple introduced its App Store in 2008. What it did was creating a way to blend user experience to a device, while extending it beyond limited abilities by making apps range across different channels and context. Apps give many businesses a way to look beyond serving customers towards a world where boundaries between services shattered.
Big is often scary, and that somehow applies to data. The bigger they become, the more "fear" they represent.
In short, big data is a term for data sets that are so large or complex. They represent both structured and unstructured information about something on a day-to-day basis, so large that traditional data processing applications are not anymore sufficient.
Technology has aided humans in many things in history, so much that it changes many ways we conduct our lives. Technology is meant to help, and artificial intelligence (AI) that relies upon it, is for making the world a better place.
Is that true?
To some extent, the answer is yes. Humans create technology to overcome problems that couldn't be solved before, it helped the advances of science; enabling humans to explore and create impossible things, and doing unthinkable feats previously were just dreams. So where do they actually fail?
Mobile apps and internet services are popular, and we should admit that they have a significant role in getting more people to the internet. The internet is great on its own, websites and web applications are awesome, and apps are filling the gaps acting as a bridge towards more mobile device users.
People are getting addicted to the internet. From Google to Facebook, to Twitter and Instagram. Vine, WhatsApp to even games with "gems" on them. They check one app to another, frequently, endlessly. They visit the web often, and even more than they have intended.
When the internet is practically where everyone is at, the network is full of both goodies and baddies. One of the foremost mentioned protection to your system is antivirus software. And when considering your safety on the web, internet security software are there to defend you.
With the many choices you have, should you really pay to have your system secured? Or is free internet security sufficient for the job? Or should you just rely on your senses and not do anything "weird"?