The latest beta channel update for Chrome is rolling out a new feature that lets users "lock" or secure incognito Chrome tabs using Touch ID or Face ID. The rollout is currently staggered.
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Apple's iPhones are the last premium smartphones that don't support a method of biometric authentication with a face mask on, but the good news is that the company has something on the way.
Today, Apple is releasing new developer beta builds and one of the big new features is that you'll finally be able to unlock your iPhone with a mask on, but you'll need to have an Apple Watch.
WhatsApp is rolling out an extra security feature that requires you to confirm your identity with face or fingerprint unlock on your smartphone when you access your account on desktop or the web.
Code found in macOS Big Sur Beta 3 suggests that Apple is in the early stages of adding support for the TrueDepth camera on the Mac. The feature could make it to Apple Silicon MacBooks first.
Facebook's Messenger app is adding native app lock support including Face ID, Touch ID, and passcode as a part of an ongoing experiment. It is being tested on the app's iOS version.
Apple is making some interesting improvements with iOS 13.5 to make way for the changing world where many are walking around with masks on their face, but unfortunately, Face ID still won't work.
Apple could be considering bringing the Face ID biometric authentication system to the MacBook as per a new patent application. The Face ID module may also be housed in a display notch or the likes.
WhatsApp for iOS has received a new update today that allows users to implement the Face ID or Touch ID biometric security on the app. The tool is expected to bolster WhatsApp's security for users.
Apple is apparently working on two new iPads and a new iPod touch, none of which will include Face ID. In fact, the new iPod Touch won't have Touch ID either, just like its predecessor.
According to a new report, police are being instructed to not look at detained users' iPhones, so that the devices don't become locked with Face ID unavailable, and force the user to enter their PIN.
In an apparent first, agents from the FBI forced a 28 year-old suspected of receiving and possessing child pornography to unlock his iPhone by means of its Face ID biometric device unlocking system.
The biometric camera could be making its way to Samsung's next-gen Galaxy S flagship, which will supposedly debut next year. The technology is supposed to work even in ambient light.
A new report indicates that the Korean company may be looking into implementing one of the defining features of the iPhone X into next year's flagship, while still including a fingerprint sensor.
Apple is two years ahead with its 3D face sensing technology, Face ID, according to suppliers of the required hardware. According to the suppliers, Android devices won't catch up until 2019.
Apple is said to be looking into combining the front camera and Face ID facial recognition module on future iPhone models in order to reduce the size of the notch on the otherwise bezel-less display.
There have been a lot of great tech gadgets and products unveiled in 2017. And while you want to reward the best, sometimes - for better or worse - you need to recognize the best attempts to innovate.
iPhone X owners have discovered that they are unable to approve family purchase requests using Face ID, and instead have to enter their Apple account password to approve each individual purchase.
Security researchers have found a vulnerability in the implementation of facial recognition with Windows Hello on some versions of Windows 10 that allow an attacker to use a printout to unlock PCs.
When you are creating a new piece of hardware with a lot of new bells and whistles, the process can seem a bit daunting. That apparently was the early thought at Apple during the iPhone X dev stage.
If you are an iPhone X owner that has updated to the latest iOS 11.2, chances are, Face ID might not be working. While it is unknown what is causing this, the new update seems to have disabled it.
The iPhone maker's new patent granted today uses the PrimeSense technology it acquired when it bought the company in 2013. The tech not only covers Face ID-style features, but gestures as well.
As the company unveiled its new Honor V10 handset today, it teased new facial recognition technology that could be 10 times better than Apple's current TrueDepth camera system. But it isn't ready yet.
It appears that Apple could be working on the next evolution of its six-core A11 Bionic chip set that would have eight cores. A new report claims the chip will power the next iPad Pro with Face ID.
It looks like some folks are getting a bit of a surprise when it comes to their iPhone X and Face ID. Apparently, a mother and son discovered that maybe the new method isn't all that secure.
Facial recognition was the crux of Apple's front-facing 3D-sensor-based TrueDepth camera in the iPhone X. A new report suggests the company is working on also adding a rear-facing system for 2019.
Facial recognition is the next big thing that Apple thinks will secure its devices, ditching the fingerprint scanner in the iPhone X. However, a Vietnamese firm shows the tech still has a way to go.
A new report suggests that next year's iPads will use Face ID instead of Touch ID, and as a result, will be redesigned with smaller top and bottom bezels. They will not include OLED displays.
If you are a regular user of Microsoft's cloud storage service and you just got an iPhone X, then you'll want to grab the newest update for the app, which adds support for the new phone and Face ID.
On the precipice of the release of the iPhone X, the top brass at Apple has sat down and discussed Face ID, the A11 Bionic SoC, and the design it originally started with back in 2014.
In a test conducted by news site Mashable, Apple's new iPhone X experienced issues in identifying twins, mistakenly unlocking itself with the wrong person in front of its face-recognition sensor.
According to a new report, Apple told suppliers that they could decrease the accuracy of Face ID sensors for the iPhone X, in an effort to make them easier to manufacture, speeding up production.
He usually runs out to get a new iPhone as soon as it is available, but Wozniak said that he will hold off this time. He is taking a wait-and-see approach to the new unit, preferring the iPhone 8.
The iPhone X with its TrueDepth camera and Face ID have yet to hit the market, yet it looks like Apple has confidence in the technology, which could lead it to abandon Touch ID in future releases.
A usually reliable KGI Securities analyst is predicting that the features from Apple's flagship iPhone X could make their way into new versions of the popular tablet if they turn out to be a success.
According to a new report by The Wall Street Journal, iPhone X production is being slowed by a lack of 'Romeo' modules compared to 'Juliets', codenames for components used in the Face ID system.
The new facial recognition system, Face ID, that comes with Apple's iPhone X and replaces the traditional fingerprint-based Touch ID. Appears to only be able to remember one face at a time.