Clean or dirty, wet or dry, this highly tuned fingerprint scanner promises to outdo Apple's ho-hum tech with a far higher resolution.
Mobile World Congress 2015
High-frequency sound waves help this new scanning technology cut through grime, and make authenticating your identity with your finger more secure than ever.
We have seen the future and it includes an iris-scanning smartphone and luggage that can weigh itself. Check out the rest of the impressive tech from day two of Mobile World Congress 2015.
Sound waves aren't just for voices. They're also adept at priming your prints, and one day replacing your passwords.
Customers will have their finances at their fingertips if they have an Apple device.
With its big-screened iPhone 6 lineup, Apple jumped past Samsung to capture a 20.4 percent share of smartphone sales last quarter, says research firm Gartner.
Vkansee has a working model of an optical fingerprint sensor that it claims is more accurate and secure than the competition.
Mobile World Congress has officially begun in Barcelona, Spain. Here's all the stuff you missed at the first day of the show.
The Kickstarter record-breaking smartwatch adds a new model for preorders, and BlackBerry returns to phone designs of the past. Also, check out what's next in smartphone security.
Forget fingerprints, Fujitsu's concept phone scans your eyes with infrared to grant access to your data.