Cubic Transportation Systems, the US firm that developed London’s Oyster card technology, is developing new ticketing systems that use facial recognition, palm vein scanning and object tracking in order to reduce queues. According to a report in Wired ... ( read original story ...)
I am back with another post! Today, we would be discussing the ways to stop excessive facial sweating. Sweating is not only an embarrassing issue but sweat on the face can be a serious issue which should be treated as soon as possible. It can wash off the ... ( read original story ...)
As everyone knows, there comes a time in every young girl’s life in which she finds herself screaming an essential, age-old question into the void: Will steaming my face with an herbal laxative give me the smooth, glowing, baby-soft poreless skin that ... ( read original story ...)
When Apple's new iPhone X arrives next month, its Face ID technology will introduce a new era of convenience—but also new risks of broad face-based surveillance by corporations and governments. Apple's strong record on privacy means it's likely to deploy ... ( read original story ...)
TAKING care of your skin regularly is the key to a healthy glow. We list some of the best face masks the beauty world has to offer – from clay masks which help to reduce acne to a quick and simple detoxing mix. Mess-free mask? Yes, please. With holes cut ... ( read original story ...
The upcoming iPhone X might be Apple's first to let you unlock the device with your face, but Microsoft was there first with Windows Hello. Using your Windows 10 laptop or tablet's built-in webcam, Hello uses facial recognition to get you in and working ... ( read original story ...)