Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just a few days away, suggesting the beginning of Christmas holiday shopping. Around this time, people are already busy locating stores and comparing prices using their smartphones or tablets.
The advancing technology has become truly tempting, not only for the millions of consumers but most especially for thieves, the USAToday.com reports.
In San Francisco, police said nearly half of all robberies occurred this year are cell phone related — many of which are taking place on bustling transit lines.
New York congressman Eliot Engel introduced the Social Networking Online Protection Act or SNOPA, aimed at protecting employees, applicants or students from having to reveal their social networking passwords to employers or school administrators.
You will probably not forget that feeling when you first get hold of your shiny new iPhone, especially if it is something that you thought long and hard about before buying. Undoubtedly, an iPhone is such a nice gadget to have.
The downside, however, is that a lot of other people want it too, and some of them are okay with owning one by simply snatching it off someone else’s hand, or not returning it when they see it fall off another’s purse on the subway.