A Vietnamese security software company says it tricked Face ID, which Apple touts as more secure than Touch ID.
Apple's face-scanning iPhone is a month away from arriving, but more details on how it handles facial scanning and security have arrived.
Don't worry, Apple made a shortcut to quickly disable Face ID in emergency situations.
Apple has a mountain to climb to get people to use Face ID. Here’s how the company will do it.
In today's tech news, Silicon Valley wants to support children of immigrants, President Trump nominates NASA's top job and "Smile to Pay" launches in China.
No buttons required: Vivo's screen uses ultrasonics, beating the next iPhone to the punch.
You can expect to start seeing fingerprint sensors underneath phone displays next year, says the chipmaker at Mobile World Congress Shanghai.
Turns out the sophisticated tech can't tell the difference between your eye and a picture with a contact lens over the iris, a hacking club says.
One researcher claims that modern cameras are so powerful, he can swipe fingerprints from your selfies. So watch how you show off those digits.
New, tiny sensors could create superpowerful fitness trackers, move prosthetics forward and lead to treatments for conditions like epilepsy.
Google thinks it can rid us of passwords with a series of tests in a "trust score." And Microsoft is getting tougher on what types of passwords it allows.
You'll be able to pack more into a tweet with Twitter's new exceptions for its 140-character limit. Also, a report suggests Apple's next MacBook Pro will include a small touchscreen and fingerprint scanner.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.