The Indentilock only disengages when activated by an authorized fingerprint. Continue reading →
Credit card security breaches are becoming more and more common, and customers' personal information is being exposed. Could biometric payment methods replace credit cards altogether?
The FBI aims to collect up to 52 million facial images of both criminals and ordinary citizens by 2015.
Developers are inventing new kinds of passwords that are easy to remember and more sophisticated than ever.
Scientists fabricated a realistic 3-D fingerprint with all its loops and swirls in a commercial 3-D printer.
Ladies and gentleman, John Rogers is back with a stretchable silicone device that surrounds organs to monitor health and treat disease. Continue reading →
Researchers are developing a system that can verify you by your unique scent signature. Continue reading →
The iris, as a human part of the body, is second only to DNA in terms of its ability to authenticate someone with certainty. Continue reading →
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