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Enlarge / A customer uses a palm print reader in this promotional image for Amazon One. reader comments 115 with 86 posters participating Share this story Amazon will expand its Amazon One palm print checkout system to dozens of Whole Foods locations, marking the most significant expansion of the technology that was introduced in 2020. ..

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Elena Lacey reader comments 209 with 121 posters participating Share this story After years of tantalizing hints that a passwordless future is just around the corner, you’re probably still not feeling any closer to that digital unshackling. Ten years into working on the issue, though, the FIDO Alliance, an industry association that specifically works on ..

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Enlarge / People in Chile with Worldcoin’s “Orb” iris scanner. reader comments 184 with 103 posters participating, including story author Share this story More than 100,000 people have had their eyes scanned in return for a cryptocurrency called Worldcoin, as a project to distribute digital money more widely around the world accelerates. Worldcoin has distributed ..

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reader comments 82 with 55 posters participating, including story author Share this story For decades, the use of fingerprints to authenticate users to computers, networks, and restricted areas was (with a few notable exceptions) mostly limited to large and well-resourced organizations that used specialized and expensive equipment. That all changed in 2013 when Apple introduced ..

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reader comments 27 with 23 posters participating Share this story Vimeo is collecting and storing thousands of people’s facial biometrics without their permission or knowledge, a recently filed lawsuit alleges. The “highly detailed geometric” facial maps, according to a complaint, are being collected and stored in violation of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy ACT, or ..

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reader comments 22 Share this story [embedded content] SySS demonstrates using the printout of the IR photo to trick Windows Hello on a Surface Pro 4. Security researchers at a German security firm, SySS, have shown that the Windows Hello facial recognition can be tricked by using specially prepared printouts of photographs. Microsoft added an ..

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Image via Niice.co Advertising has always been about emotions. Emotions lead to actions and, as such, influencing emotions is the most effective route to influencing actions. Actions, in turn, become habits, and these habits are the driving force that creates global brands. Marketers have never hesitated to exploit this relationship – in fact you could ..

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