Facebook, the social networking site founded by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004, was initially a Harvard-only site, as users were required to have Harvard.edu email addresses to join. The social network later extended its boundaries to include students from other universities, and then to everyone across the globe older than over the age of 13. It currently has just under 850 million users and, due to the sites’ expansion and on-going updates to the interface, issues such as consumer trust and privacy concerns have increasingly captured the attention of the media and academic researchers.
With Nevada passing the nation’s first law sanctioning autonomous vehicles in June 2011 (Assembly Bill No. 511), and driverless cars now being tested by Google, General Motors, BMW, Audi, Volvo, Volkswagon, as well as other car makers, how close are we to seeing these vehicles in every day life?
This infographic is done by NFCRumors.com explaining the power of Frictionless NFC that going to change the worlds as we see it.