Are you ready for your close-up? Hoyos Labs thinks you should be, and they may just change the face of the Internet.
Introducing 1U™, an app that gives you access to all of your favorite sites with one glance. No more frustrating password rules. No more anxious moments as you desperately try to remember the password you need right now. All the security you need (Face/Off references aside.)
Does this technology sound interesting to you? At its launch, you’ll be able to download it free for a 30-day trial (unlimited websites, devices and computers), with 1-year ($49.99) and 2-year ($79.99) packages available. Will you be checking it out?
I’m going to give it a spin. The peace of mind and freed up brain space (from not having to remember all of those ridiculous passwords) alone may be worth it.
The initial press has been solid, including an article in the New York Times. Will 1U™ be the next big thing or just another passing fad?
p.s. Want to know more? Check out this 1U™ fact sheet. Then chime in with your thoughts below.
p.p.s. A member of 1U’s p.r. team alerted me to this app’s upcoming launch, but this is not a sponsored post. I’m simply intrigued by the technology, and thought you may be too.
p.p.p.s I’m still amazed by LeVar Burton’s visor in Star Trek. Does anyone else think it was really a banana comb painted metallic?
Always a tech geek,
6 thoughts on “There’s Only One You, So Shouldn’t You Be Your Own Password?”
Really cool! Are you as excited by where tech is going? Nearly every day I find something that is more amazing than the previous day. We are so lucky to live in this period of time!
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Agreed, Lance! It’s amazing the power that technology has to change our lives. I can’t wait to see what other advances happen in the near future! (I always wanted to move in with the Jetsons! )
Me too. Is someone working on a flying car that folds into a suitcase? I have wanted one since I was 5!
That would be awesome! I would just take the flying car at this point. Weren’t we supposed to have them 10 years ago?
I am pretty sure the technology is there, but we the people are no where near ready to handle it!
That’s the truth!