Iris Scanners proves positive results
Last November 2017, Mashable released a video of identical twin siblings unlocking an iPhone X successfully without one of the twins registering his face to the device. Also, a study by Kevin Bowyer, the Schubmehl-Prein professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Notre Dame, iris scanners are more reliable regarding authentication than mere facial recognition. He has...
Apple's plan on T288, a combination of augmented and virtual reality
An augmented reality product to be released by Apple, codenamed T288, is announced for 2020, with features that combine both augmented reality and virtual reality as a scheme. Apple as a corporation has created significant innovations in the tech industry, and it aims to deliver more this coming 2020 with a new headset coded as T288. The T288 is supposedly a...
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on Transportation Industry
While the GDPR makes enormous transitions among the processing of data within businesses, there may be an option that is optimal for transactions for the transport industry. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been passed around the European Union and the UK, with it to be implemented by May. This clause that is to be brought within transactions and...
Treadstone 71 cyber intelligence training
Treadstone 71 releases the date for their Cyber Intelligence Tradecraft Certification course in London. Treadstone 71, also known as T71, released the date for their return to London for another Cyber Intelligence Tradecraft Certification. The program entails understanding cyber threat intelligence and counterintelligence tradecraft.  This does not only limit to the area of the pursuit of attaining information, but it also...

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