En español | When you access the Internet at any of the world’s 6 million public Wi-Fi hot spots — at airports, parks, businesses, hotels, wherever — assume that anything you are sending or receiving is up for grabs: your emails, photos, files, passwords, credit card numbers.
Espero que no seas uno de los 40 millones de usuarios de tarjetas de débito o crédito que resultaron comprometidas por el histórico robo de datos en las tiendas Target de Estados Unidos, entre el Día de Acción de Gracias y el 15 de diciembre.
Tablets and smartphones are pretty nifty, we admit. But when it comes to actually doing stuff - whether it's writing memos or working on spreadsheets at the office, or playing fantasy baseball at night - we still depend heavily on that reliable old workhorse, the laptop. It's got a roomy keyboard that enables us to use all 10 fingers, and it's still small enough that you can close the lid, stick it in your shoulder bag and take it with you just about anywhere. More than any other gadget, the laptop made computing a ubiquitous, near-indispensable part of everyday life.
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