Posted on 13 June 2011 by
Fujitsu recently launched a biometric authentication technology which it claims can identify one individual out of data from a million people. Taking under two seconds to complete both fingerprint and palm vein recognition the system appears largely foolproof. But do we really need this level of biometrics?
Posted on 16 September 2011 by
In 1991, Phil Collins told us: ‘The only thing about me is the way I walk’. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOyF4hR5GoE It seems he was one step ahead of the game. It’s taken 20 years for the security industry to catch up with Phil and his Genesis bandmates, but an article published this week by the New Scientist claims […]
Posted on 25 April 2012 by
In the last of our series on Brazil’s digital revolution, we look at Brazil’s national identity card scheme, which is one of the most advanced of its kind anywhere in the world. Former Brazilian President Luis Inacio Lula was the first person to be issued with one of Brazil’s new biometric ID cards, shortly before […]
Posted on 04 June 2013 by
On this blog we often write about NFC technology, mobile payments and the latest technologies using smartphones and digital security to empower our everyday lives. A lot of the time, these innovations and technological advances relate to more developed regions, whether North America, Europe, the Middle East or Asian countries such as South Korea and […]
Posted on 24 April 2015 by
New payment solutions make life easier for shoppers, but what do they offer retailers, and what is the next step they need to take to embrace these innovations?
Posted on 24 February 2016 by
Wearable technology is a hot topic here at MWC this year. In this post, we highlight three ways we can improve this technology.