Look into the eyes of your Android tablet and what it will see is a way to check to make sure you are who really owns the Tab S4.
Samsung wants to have better biometric security measures come 2019 and it thinks that it can have a dot-projection facial sensor in time.
Not just putting cards on the app, but letting customers withdraw money at banks and ATMs with their phones. Iris scanning is the new PIN.
Samsung may need several more years to replicate Apple's Face ID magic, but in the meantime, the Galaxy S9 should sport a beefed-up iris scanner.
Apple has a two-year lead on Qualcomm in developing the 3D sensing technology it has... now it only needs to succeed with it.
Developers have brought up code that may allow the iPhone 8 to not disturb you while you're gaming or watching a movie on that phone.
Within the repositories for the HomePod comes these mentions of "pearl" when it comes to authenticating contactless payments on the iPhone 8.
Supply chain sources say that the iPhone 8 won't have a fingerprint sensor on top of a side-mounted power button — it's on-screen or bust.
The Taiwanese manufacturer, which specializes in glasses for mobile cameras, is a noted Apple client, but didn't mention Apple in this announcement.
Is the security of iris recognition technology on the Galaxy S8 an "issue"? Probably, although Samsung thinks a hack is difficult to happen in reality.
There's no such thing as an infallible, impenetrable biometric authentication system, at least not on the Samsung Galaxy S8.
A phone that's physically secure not only offers you an extra layer of protection in terms of privacy and security but also keeps you out of trouble.
It's not exactly a blueprint. In fact, it's right up sketchy. But the word is that it comes out of Foxconn and it's our first idea of what's up with the 8.
There will be few specs that will scale between the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+, but the amount of specificity we see here is kinda annoying.
Will the iPhone 8 come in 4.7, 5.5 and 5-inch sizes? Is (inductive) wireless charging support in the cards? Iris recognition? Everything's possible.
The Galaxy Note 7 had an iris scanner until it couldn't be sold anymore. LG could capitalize on the dearth with compact tech in its spring flagship.
Android Pay will receive both Visa Checkout and Masterpass compatibility while the latter will hitch to Samsung Pay and Microsoft Wallet, too.
We cast shade, doubt, fear and undying hope that the numbers we see on this very suspect spec list for the Galaxy S8 be true.
Watch today's hands-on of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7's Iris Scanner, as we provide you an "In Detail" look at a feature that's not a gimmick
The Samsung Note 7 made its appearance this week and on board was a spiffy new security measure – the iris scanner. Biometrics are pushing the boundaries of security today, and adding biometric security to a flagship phone targeted toward business is a smart strong move. Which is why Samsung added a fingerprint sensor two years ago. So, Samsung is no stranger to biometric security, and has a pretty good biometric security feature already in place, so what’s with the iris scanner?
Adding a second layer of security like this is expensive on a phone that is already just under $100 [...]
It took Samsung over three years to get Note 7's iris scanner ready for primetime, and the long-term aim is to also put it on non-flagship phones.
It's only days prior to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Does it carry the torch as the chaebol's leading edge in mobile?
Its sub-second quick, but how does it actually perform? Will it recognize just the owner's eyes or someone else's as well?