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Can police force you to unlock your phone?

Here's what to do if police ask you to unlock your phone.
Eric ZemanJune 14, 2019537 shares
 

New PalmID tech lets you unlock devices with a wave of your hand

This new tech can “read" your palm using just about any camera. Just wave and you're signed in.
Team AAOctober 25, 2017551 shares
 

Facebook may roll out facial recognition account recovery options

Facebook may soon ask to scan your face. A new facial recognition account recovery is now being tested to recover accounts.
Matt AdamsOctober 2, 2017727 shares
 

Synaptics has a new finger scanner with force sensing and swipe recognition

Synaptics has a new series of fingerprint scanners that can sense force, recognize swipe gestures, support soft keys and live under various materials.
Kris CarlonMarch 30, 2017854 shares
 

Galaxy S8 rumored to feature optical fingerprint recognition

A new rumor claims the Galaxy S8 will incorporate an optical fingerprint scanner, but we don't see this one panning out. Here's why.
Kris CarlonOctober 26, 20162241 shares
 

This is how the Galaxy Note 7 iris scanner will work (updated)

A new patent application has surfaced showing how Samsung's upcoming triple-camera iris scanner in the Galaxy Note 7 might work.
Kris CarlonJuly 14, 20161456 shares
 

Samsung eyeballing iris scanners: Galaxy Iris and Galaxy Eyeprint trademarked in U.S. and Korea

Samsung has now trademarked the names Galaxy Iris and Galaxy Eyeprint in the U.S. and Korea as well (it has already trademarked the name in the EU).
Kris CarlonJune 1, 2016580 shares
 

Open sesame: Law enforcement can compel you to unlock your smartphones by fingerprint, and it’s totally legal

While the Fifth Amendment protects against self-incrimination, there is nothing illegal about law enforcement compelling a suspect to unlock their phone by fingerprint.
Matthew BensonMay 4, 2016740 shares
 

A regular inkjet printer can be used to spoof smartphone fingerprint scanners

Researchers at Michigan State University have shown how a regular inkjet printer using conductive inks can be used to unlock finger scanners using fingerprints printed on paper.
Kris CarlonMarch 7, 20161354 shares
 

Forget fingerprint scanners, Samsung wants to use your veins to identify you

Samsung has patented a smartwatch-based vein-scanning technology that would be used as a contactless alternative to fingerprint scanners for biometric security on wearables.
Kris CarlonFebruary 8, 2016606 shares
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