EMV stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa, and describes a global standard for cards equipped with computer chips as well as the technology used to authenticate transactions involving these cards. And if you don’t already have a chipped card, you probably will soon.
According to a recent J.D. Power report, over 1/4 of new-vehicle drivers cited technology as a main reason behind their purchase.
Technology connects us, and is a useful tool for many different aspects of our lives. If you have a teen driver, you may have considered how you can utilize this technology to monitor their driving habits. If you are relying on technology to have peace of mind while your teens are driving, should they really be on the road? Or, are we just so linked in, that this has become the natural second step?
Technology seems to be changing everything, including credit cards. We’re already seeing microchips replacing magnetic strips, and it won’t be long before we see other innovations being put into common use.
Normally, what gives your password strength is the length or the complexity of it. But there are some other things you want to consider when you make a new one.
A lot of attention has been given to the small stretch of road that now glows in the dark. What is this about and what will it mean for your roads in the future?