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How To Add Custom Actions To Your Android Fingerprint Scanner

Fingerprint scanners in their early days were just that – fingerprint scanners. They had just one job and that was unlocking the phone for you and did nothing special apart from that. 341 more words

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Feds got search warrant demanding anyone's fingerprints to open phones

After the dragged-out legal battles with Apple over unlocking the iPhones of a terrorist and a methamphetamine dealer, the Feds must have had it up to HERE with legal wranglings over searching suspects’ phones. 1,014 more words

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Fingerprint scanner poll: Back or front?

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Fingerprint scanners are now a standard for high end smartphones. With every new release, a fingerprint scanner is almost a guaranteed part of the package. 116 more words

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2016 Top 5 smartphones under 80 USD with fingerprint sensors

Over the years, Chinese smartphones have become more affordable and competitive. A few years back, a phone with a fingerprint sensor could only be found on the very high end smartphones such as the iphone 5s. 470 more words

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Future iPhones might grab a thief’s photo and fingerprint when stolen

Apple may be working on anti-theft technology to protect iPhones that would covertly snap a photo of (what the device assumes is potentially) the thief, capture their fingerprint, shoot some video and/or record audio. 614 more words

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World's First 8GB Ram Android Smartphone Is Here

According to rumours, the LeEco Le 2s will have 8GB RAM, Snapdragon 821

Back in June, there were rumors of Chinese giant LeEco working a massive new flagship smartphone, which would be the successor to its budget smartphone Le 2. 202 more words

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Iris scanner likely for Apple's iPhone in 2018

”Smartphone brands have been gearing up efforts to develop biometrics recognition technology, aiming to ramping up their market share with high-end models featured biometrics functionality, according to industry sources,” Sammi Huang and Steve Shen report for DigiTimes. 212 more words

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