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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ may feature ” Intelligent Scanner” to unlock the device

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ may feature ” Intelligent Scanner” to unlock the device

All, Mobile/tablets/gadgets
Samsung’s Galaxy S line of smartphones were the most successful series ever  produced by the company and it  helped the  company to take over the smartphone market and become the market leader. And now, Samsung is unveiling its Galaxy S9 lineup in a few weeks. Samsung Galaxy S9 has merged 2 technology that has made it amazing. Mind blowing feature of Samsung Galaxy S9 Like its predecessors the new Samsung S9 will have some new mind blowing features. The most recently discovered feature is “ Intelligent Scan”, which uses the combination of iris and facial recognition technology. This new feature was discovered in an APK teardown of the settings app of the Oreo beta for the Galaxy Note 8. The “Intelligent Scan” feature is said to improve the accuracy and security of the mobile d
Now use facial recognition to verify your Aadhar details.

Now use facial recognition to verify your Aadhar details.

All, Info gyan, Science & Technology
Now Aadhar users can verify their identity by using facial recognition technique. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has announced facial recognition as an additional means of Aadhar authentication. img source:thewire.in Aadhar users can now use facial recognition along with biometrics as a means of authentication of users, a move intended to offer major relief to older people whose fingerprints and irises are unclear. img source:theweek.in The face authentication option will be available by July 1, allowed in combination with fingerprints, or iris scans, or an OTP to verify the details of Aadhar users and is expected to go a long way in dealing with problems faced by older users with blurred biometrics. Interestingly, the authentication will req...
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