Today, businesses in almost every industry sector and every country – or regional jurisdiction – are regulated by standards and guidelines. Some are mandatory, with penalties for non-compliance. Others are optional and allow complying businesses to demonstrate impeccable credentials.
As smartphone ownership increases in number (163.9 million for 2014 and projected to reach 182.6 million by next year), there is also a boost in personal mobile data information being shared online and saved on devices. Security became the main concern in the consumer tech world. As an answer, manufacturers have resorted to various ways on how to prevent data leakage in the past year.
Three dimensional printing is the creation of an object using a very clever machine. But 3D printing isn’t a new technology; it actually goes as far back as the mid 1980’s. The basic process was created by a man called Chuck Hull who worked for a large specialist company called 3D Systems.
This technology isn’t new to us; we’ve been using voice activated technologies for quite some time now. You may have also heard of voice recognition; which is actually used to describe both speaker and speech recognition. Speaker recognition is when the device can detect who is speaking and speech recognition is when the device can detect what is being said.