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“… biometrics is “the unexpected combination that causes a turn in a totally different direction. It represents innovation and novelty, the profound discontinuity, the sudden reordering in a new way.” 10 more words

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Yahoo Mail for Android Now Has Fingerprint Support

Yahoo Mail for Android now has fingerprint support. Barn doors, horses… “The fingerprint support is via Google’s Fingerprint API, meaning that as long as your device has a fingerprint scanner it should work.”

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Lenovo, Intel, and PayPal Team On Fingerprinting Tech For Online Payments

Paying for what you buy online through your personal computer may one day involve fingerprints instead of passwords.

Lenovo, Intel , PayPal , and electronics-company Synaptics said Friday that they are collaborating on new technology that would let people use their fingerprints to verify their identities when using online payment services like PayPal. 438 more words

Tech

Biometrics skimmers: Future crimes!!

Kaspersky Lab experts investigated how cybercriminals could exploit new biometric ATM authentication technologies planned by banks. While many financial organizations consider biometric-based solutions to be one of the most promising additions to current authentication methods, cybercriminals see biometrics as a new opportunity to steal sensitive information. 462 more words

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My K1 Visa: Biometrics

So I had my fingerprint scan and photo taken today. Basically I flew from Maryland to Atlant and back to Maryland for a 7 minute procedure. 28 more words

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Top 4 Biometrical Apps of 2016

Technology that scan your eyes, face and fingerprints for access to confidential areas and documents seemed like a foreign concept for the future.

Yet with the increase of hacks targeted at banks, government branches and corporations, using biometrics as a source of authentication is now feasible and more necessary than ever. 586 more words

Cybersecurity

Brits trust banks more than the Government with their biometric data

Source: Visa

Britons are placing their trust in banks over government agencies, according to new research from Visa to protect their biometric data such as fingerprints and iris scans. 354 more words

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