by Stephen Schenck | March 17, 2015 3:44 PM
Today there are more ways than ever before to authenticate your identity when trying to access a device. We've got more phones with fingerprint scanners than at any other time in history, and companies are always coming up with new login techniques, like NFC-enabled body stickers. As all those fingerprint scanners can attest to, biometric ID systems are hot, and improving technology only promises to make them better. Today we learn of a new effort from Microsoft to embrace all these disparate security measures, as it announces Windows Hello for Windows 10. Windows Hello delivers ...
by Adam Doud | October 8, 2013 7:00 AM
Apple did one thing right when it comes to Touch ID biometrics. They made it cheap. Or at least, they made it cheap enough to fit into a smartphone while keeping the cost down – for Apple, that is. Of course, I've already talked at length about Apple's Touch ID and whether or not it's a good idea or not (Spolier alert, it's not). But it occurs to me, maybe we're all just not used to this new fangled technology, and perhaps what we need to make this technology a part of our lives is ubiquity. Now that Apple has brought the price of biometric technology to the smartphone level, maybe it's ...
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