In-Stat MDR and META Group have estimated that 95% of all corporate laptop computers that were planned to be purchased in 2005 were equipped with wireless cards.
In fact more and more mature men and women are turning to online platforms as a viable way of meeting new people.
Since most 21st-century laptop PCs have wireless networking built in (see Intel "Centrino" technology), they don't need a third-party adapter such as a PCMCIA Card or USB dongle.
Built-in wireless networking might be enabled by default, without the owner realizing it, thus broadcasting the laptop's accessibility to any computer nearby.
Hackers have found wireless networks relatively easy to break into, and even use wireless technology to hack into wired networks.
The risks to users of wireless technology have increased as the service has become more popular.