Google has released the Android API of its reCAPTCHA technology, so developers can implement security services for users on mobile devices, and provide them with a streamlined user experience.
It appears that Google is finally killing off CAPTCHA in text and the checkbox saying "I'm not a robot" for legitimate users, instead using "a broad range of cues that distinguish humans from bots".
Google researchers have found that Google Street View technology paired with a new algorithm can solve CAPTCHAs with ease.
Your favourite band is touring and you know tickets will sell out in an instant, so every second counts. But there is only one thing in the way, and it threatens to make your life miserable.
A Stanford research group has shown that Captchas aren't really that great at differentiating between human and computer. However, many websites aren't very worried.