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NEXT Biometrics Sales Benefit From The Apple Effect

NEXT Biometrics Sales Benefit From The Apple Effect

Fingerprint sensor developer NEXT Biometrics is enjoying the “Apple effect”, announcing via press release that it has received half a dozen orders this January from “a range of new high potential fingerprint sensor markets.” The orders are both for fingerprint sensor samples and SKDs. The “Apple effect” refers, of course, to the popularization of mobile…

New Apple Patent Could Allow Syncing of Touch ID Data

New Apple Patent Could Allow Syncing of Touch ID Data

Apple has established a new patent for a system that could allow cloud-based syncing of Touch ID information, according to a TechCrunch article by Darrell Etherington. The system would allow for the biometric information collected by users’ Touch ID fingerprint sensors to be sent to another device, such as a payment terminal. The system might…

Biometrics, Privacy and the Internet of Things – Interview With Samsung’s Steven Rahman

Steven Rahman, Director of Technology and Strategy at Samsung, leads a forward thinking team tasked with a critical mission: to secure and develop technology that will maintain the competitiveness of the Samsung platform.  As part of our 12th annual biometrics industry Year in Review, Peter O’Neill, president of FindBiometrics, had a chance to speak with Rahman about the state…

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