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Smart Keyboard Could Be Self-Powered, Self-Secured, Self-Cleaning
About the only thing it can't do is write your papers for you
Where Are They Now: 2014’s Top CES Prospects Revisited
A year later, how many of our favorites have delivered on their promises?
7 Surprising Biometric Identification Methods
Everything from your smell to your ears can be used to prove you're you
A Photograph Can Help Fool Your Phone’s Fingerprint Sensor
Well, several photographs, really
The Death Of The Password Starts Today (Maybe)
Your voice (or fingerprint or iris) is your passport to the online world
Police Can Require You To Unlock A Fingerprint-Secured Smartphone
Judge Steven C. Frucci’s ruling states that fingerprints are not passwords, but instead fall into the same category as DNA or handwriting samples, which police are allowed to request from defendants.
Can You Guess What These Cute Pink Tiles Are Made Of?
These images are from research into new techniques for medical diagnoses and biometrics.
New IBM Patent For Identifying You By The Way You Click Around On Websites
Noticing the little things—that's the way to win a person's heart, I always say.
Tested: An App That Authenticates You By The Shape Of Your Ear
A taste of the biometric future
The Future Of Smartphone Security
Unlock your phone with invasive identification methods!