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COVID-19 crushes fingerprint reader market
However, the biometrics market is expected to regain momentum with alternatives already beginning to find their feet.
HID Global releases fingerprint reader in AU market
HID Global has introduced a new fingerprint reader to the Australian market, as biometric authentication becomes the fastest-growing segment in the access control market.
Biometric speedgate comes to New Zealand and Australia
A secure speedgate utilising advanced biometric technology is now available in Australia and New Zealand.
Oppo unveils world-first 10x lossless zoom phone camera
At a conference Oppo has revealed its revolutionary phone camera in addition to new fingerprint unlocking tech.
All Samsung phones will now have fingerprint scanners, yes, even the low-range ones
Enhanced by latest AI technology, BioSign 2.0 supports small fingerprint sensors and offers a robust authentication experience...
Samsung opts with Suprema BioSign solution for its latest smartphones
Suprema's BioSign mobile fingerprint authentication algorithm has been picked up by Samsung for its Galaxy J5 2017 and Galaxy A7 smartphones.
Vodafone's epic new V8 smartphone comes with all the latest bells and whistles
Boasting all of the latest gadgets these three smartphones promise to deliver everything a user needs for a lower price...
Mobile World Congress 2017: A new smartwatch and mind-boggling fingerprint scanning tech
The watch designed to enhance the learning experience of kids and the latest fingerprint scanning tech.
Fingerprint security & biometrics: Three major myths busted
Contrary to what many people assume biometric readers aren't foolproof. They have their own set of unique vulnerabilities. Fingerprints can be stolen.
Suprema ups biometric sensor game to provide ‘world’s fastest matching speed’
"By providing super-fast matching with low-end performance, BioSign 2.0 is set to change the game."
Can your iPhone be hacked using just Play-Doh? Yep.
Touch ID may not be as secure as you thought, with a mobile security company getting around the security with an unlikely partner in crime: Play-Doh.