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5 Hearables and Voice First Takeaways from CES 2018

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took place this past week in Las Vegas, bringing together 184,000 attendees and a whole host of vendors in the consumer electronics space to showcase all of the new, innovative things each is working on. 1,415 more words

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Fingerprints collaborates on biometric payment card market trial in the USA

Fingerprints today announced that its touch sensor is being used in the first US-based pilot of a new dual-interface (chip- and contactless-enabled) payment card with Mountain America Credit Union. 194 more words

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Visa begins pilots of new biometric payment card

Visa has initiated pilots with Mountain America Credit Union and Bank of Cyprus of a new EMV dual-interface (chip- and contactless-enabled) payment card, making these the first commercial pilots to test an on-card biometric for contactless payments. 564 more words

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Dubai Airport’s biometric challenge

Dubai Airport is the busiest in the world. However, while biometric security systems would improve passenger flow through the airport, getting a business case to stack up for widespread implementation is one of the airport’s biggest challenges. 799 more words

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Fujitsu Extends the Global Reach for Biometrics-as-a-Service Offerings

Fujitsu America, Inc. is broadening the area of availability for its biometric security solutions portfolio to now include Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean, along with the rest of the Americas. 261 more words

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The Sound Of Your Skull Could Soon Replace Your Password.

Biometric security is taking over from the humble password, from the fingerprint sensor you use to unlock your phone, to advanced face or iris scanning. And now there’s a new method in the pipeline: the sound of your skull. 61 more words