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.

 

Hampton Products introduces biometric luggage lock at The Travel Goods Show

Security products manufacturer and distributor Hampton Products has unveiled its biometric fingerprint padlock for the luxury travel market today at…

 

Tech giants race to tap gesture recognition market

LG, Google, and Apple are participants in a race to bring smartphones and other devices to market with touchless human-machine…

 

Toshiba adds biometric features to Satellite Pro and Tecra laptops

Toshiba Client Solutions Europe has announced biometric upgrades to two devices in its Satellite Pro and Tecra 15” series of…

 

New Firefox version supports FIDO2 passwordless biometric authentication with Windows Hello

The new version of Mozilla Firefox features support for WebAuthN with Windows Hello on Windows 10, enabling users to authenticate…

 

Two new Huawei smartphones feature Fingerprint Cards’ sensors

Fingerprint Cards announced today that its fingerprint sensor technology is featured in two recently launched Huawei smartphones. The Huawei Y9…

 

Samsung to update software to address Galaxy S10 ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor issues

Samsung has acknowledged that some users are experiencing performance issues with the ultrasonic in-display biometric fingerprint sensor in its new…

 

Hyundai Mobis invests $5 million to integrate facial biometrics from Chinese startup Deep Glint

Hyundai Mobis has formed a strategic partnership with China-based artificial intelligence biometrics and computer vision company Deep Glint through an…

 

Web video, photos, or siblings can spoof Samsung Galaxy S10 facial recognition

The facial recognition capabilities of Android smartphones are being criticized as insufficiently secure, after a parade of tech commentators, journalists,…

 

New rear 3D cameras could bring “world-facing” facial recognition to iPhones

New iPhones released this year by Apple will include rear-facing 3D depth-sensing cameras, opening up a range of new possible…

 

Sensory facial recognition technology deployed in three new Nokia smartphones

Sensory announced today that Finnish mobile phone company HMD Global has integrated its TrulySecure biometric authentication technology into the Nokia…

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