Consumer Electronics

Biometrics-based consumer electronic devices are standalone products that include access control door locks, security systems, home automation, automotive, game consoles and mobile devices (tablets, smartphones, mp3 players etc.). Companies that integrate biometric technology into existing consumer devices are included in this category.

 

Apple likely launching 3 iPhones and 2 iPads with Face ID this year

Apple is very likely to include Face ID in three new iPhone and two new iPad models that will launch…

 

Synaptics fingerprint authentication to be integrated with AMD Ryzen and Microsoft biometric OS

Synaptics and AMD have announced a joint initiative to deliver highly secure fingerprint authentication for enterprise, commercial and consumer notebook…

 

New Xiaomi smartphone integrates infrared sensor system from ams for facial recogntion

Xiaomi’s new flagship smartphone integrates a low-power IR vertical cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) array from Austrian high-performance sensor maker ams…

 

Face ID may be coming to iPad with new version of iOS

Face ID may be coming to the iPad with iOS 12, as developer previews of the operating system appear to…

 

Two new smartphones feature Fingerprint Cards’ sensors

Fingerprint Cards announced that two new smartphones were recently launched featuring FPC fingerprint sensors. Huawei’s new Honor 10 GT is…

 

Megvii algorithms power 3D facial recognition in new OPPO smartphone

Megvii is providing facial recognition for fast unlocking and secure payments with the new Find X smartphone from OPPO, which…

 

BIO-key showcasing biometric locks and fingerprint readers at Design Tokyo

BIO-key will be featuring its consumer biometric and Bluetooth enabled products at next week’s DESIGN TOKYO expo. The biometric authentication…

 

New 3D imaging technologies for smartphone facial recognition unveiled

Vivo and Lucid have made separate announcements of a pair of new 3D imaging technologies at Mobile World Congress (MWC)…

 

Samsung S10 slated for 3D facial recognition and in-display fingerprint sensor, maybe no iris recognition

Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus flagship smartphones may trade the iris recognition technology of current models for 3D…

 

Android P to require 7 percent FAR standard for authentication with BiometricPrompt API

Android P’s BiometricPrompt API will use a 7 percent combined spoof accept rate (SAR) and imposter accept rate (IAR) as…

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