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Apple Adding Fingerprint Scanner to New iPhone?

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August 19, 2013
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Rumors are swirling about a fingerprint scanner just weeks before Apple is expected to announce its newest iPhone in September.


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German Researchers Crack Samsung's Fingerprint Scanner

German Researchers Crack Samsung's Fingerprint Scanner

Newsy (Apr. 16, 2014) — German researchers have used a fake fingerprint made from glue to bypass the fingerprint security system on Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone. Video provided by Newsy
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Apple May Release iWatch This Autumn That Will Track Fitness Data

Apple May Release iWatch This Autumn That Will Track Fitness Data

TheStreet (June 20, 2014) — Apple's planning on releasing its long-awaited iWatch this fall, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. Apple may have put a strong emphasis on health and fitness in the device, with more than 10 sensors incorporated that are able to collect the wearer's fitness data. Apple already revealed a move toward tracking health data with its announcement of HealthKit for iOS 8 at its Worldwide Developers Conference. The report cites a source who claims that Apple is planning to add features to the watch that will combat criticism that existing smartwatches only perform the functions of the average smartphone. Video provided by TheStreet
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The Old, Boring New York City Subway Goes Digital

The Old, Boring New York City Subway Goes Digital

TheStreet (Apr. 21, 2014) — Look up from the Apple iPhone 5 during the morning commute and start basking in the surrounding environment. CEO of Belus Capital Advisors, Brian Sozzi says you should notice something different. The subway is finally climbing out of 1950 by weaving in the technology that is being used above ground by businesses and households. Clearly, Apple, Google, and even Cisco should be licking their chops at the prospect of partaking in the subway tech revolution that has commenced. Sozzi shares the coolest things happening underground right now. Video provided by TheStreet
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