With iPhone’s fingerprint feature, Apple takes biometrics into mainstream – Lynchburg News and Advance

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The Guardian With iPhone’s fingerprint feature, Apple takes biometrics into mainstream Lynchburg News and Advance “If this has been implemented right, every enterprise that enforces a password or PIN lock on the device will begin using the…

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I’m sold. One picture did it. The one above by Josh Miller at CNET. I want the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. It doesn’t matter if the UI is sluggish. I don’t care if it requires charging once a day. I don’t even care if Samsung overloaded it with applications, which seems to be the case. I’m not going to buy it. But my inner nerd really wants it. The Galaxy Gear watch is hot, even if it has a critical flaw.

Samsung just beat Apple to the punch by a large margin. But that should be expected.

Samsung is a different company than Apple. Samsung iterates where Apple innovates. Samsung releases a first generation product that’s far from perfect. The first Galaxy Note was large enough to kill a man and was too slow for general use. The original Galaxy S was one of the worst Android options…

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