by Jules Wang | December 29, 2015 8:20 PM
The mood rings you used to buy at the dollar store had a heat-sensitive dye that changed hues based on your skin temperature. Michael Fisher wears an RFID chip-equipped Sesame Ring so he can punch tap terminals to pay for public transit. Apple might want to put a ring on its show floors sooner or later. And maybe Samsung will, too. Patents filed in June and published this month are showing off a "wearable device (the ring)" that interacts with a "portable terminal" (a smartphone, a tablet, etc.) and allows the user interface with the terminal and possibly with other devices like ones ...
by Joe Levi | January 24, 2013 7:58 PM
Our lives are becoming more tightly integrated with online services every day. From email, calender, and to-do lists, to grades, banking, and bill payment, almost everything can be done via some web portal on some web server. To protect ourselves from identity theft we're told we need to use passwords that are long, contain mixed-case lettering, numbers, and even symbols -- in other words, we need passwords that are difficult for us to remember. Then, to make matters worse, we're told that we need to use different passwords for each site so we minimize the potential impact if any one of ...
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