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Upgrading Access Control: Biometric Systems

Upgrading Access Control Systems

The reasons to implement biometric control systems are numerous. Individuals and businesses who want a high level of protection are choosing biometric identification systems to ensure access to computers, bank accounts, restricted areas, heavy equipment and anything else of value by authorised personnel. 747 more words


How Apple's iPhone 6 and iOS 8 will revolutionize sports, fitness, and health

“If you’re into sports and fitness, you probably like the idea of your own personal trainer,” Maury Brown writes for Forbes. “That someone that will keep you focused, drive your performance higher, and keep you on track.” 131 more words


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I learned that different surfaces force you to exert more or less effort when running, jumping, or walking on different because or the flexibility of the actual surface.

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Truth, Biometrics and Elvis Presley

Lately, I’ve been getting emails from my employer encouraging me to “get a true picture of your health,” in the form of a biometric screening. 484 more words


iWatch will prove Apple as a luxury brand and a brand powerhouse

“Two recent developments suggest that Apple will use and extend its brand power as the primary engine of adoption for its forthcoming iWatch,” Anthony Wing Kosner writes for Forbes. 417 more words


Finextra: The end of verification? Visa Europe posits new age for payment security

Executives at Visa Europe are pondering an overhaul of card security standards as new technologies and consumer preferences for frictionless shopping create demands for a more flexible approach to protecting transactions. 54 more words


Sweat sensor could make iWatch most personal device ever

“Design questions aside, the true mystery about Apple’s long-rumored iWatch lies in exactly what types of health-related sensors the wearable might include. A recent report claims the iWatch will sport an astonishing 10 different sensors, including one for sweat,” Buster Hein reports for Cult of Mac. 265 more words