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Next Biometrics to integrate fingerprint sensors into iWallet products, receives U.S. order

Next Biometrics Group ASA has partnered with iWallet Corporation to incorporate Next Biometrics’ fingerprint imaging sensor modules into iWallet’s portfolio…

 

Biometrics and privacy laws, fingerprints, facial recognition & more top stories

Here’s a recap of the most popular biometrics industry news that appeared on BiometricUpdate.com this past week. Iris recognition Virginia…

 

Applied Recognition receives two face recognition patents

Applied Recognition announced it has received two patents related to its face recognition technology. The first is from the Chinese…

 

Selfies to emerge as both payment, anti-fraud solution

MasterCard is now encouraging everyone to use their smartphones to “take a selfie”. The payment company is currently testing new…

 

Biometrics to monitor tuberculosis cases, FBI criminal history monitoring pilot & more top stories

Here’s a recap of the most popular biometrics industry news that appeared on BiometricUpdate this past week. Airport facial authentication…

 

Biometrics bill sees backlash, Windows 10, Apple patents, fingerprint technology & more top stories

Here’s a recap of the most popular biometrics industry news that appeared on BiometricUpdate.com this past week. Windows 10 Microsoft’s…

 

NEXT Biometrics reports healthy progress in first half of 2015

NEXT Biometrics Group ASA reported an “eventful” first half of 2015 in which the company successfully expanded its range of…

 

MasterCard to pilot facial recognition for online purchases

MasterCard will launch a small pilot program this fall in which the credit card giant will start approving online purchases…

 

Windows 10’s facial recognition feature requires depth cameras too costly for most PCs

Window 10’s multimodal biometric authentication security feature requires “depth cameras” with infrared light sensors, which analysts and PC manufacturers say…

 

Privacy advocates pull out of U.S. facial recognition discussions

Privacy advocates announced today that they will abandon the U.S. government’s effort to establish voluntary protocols for facial recognition technology….

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