Secret Service testing facial recognition, Qualcomm's ultrasonic fingerprint scanner
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The Secret Service is planning on using facial recognition technology near the White House, that's according to a document attained by the ACLU.
In it are details outlining the desire to help identify known individuals entering the White House using camera screens from surrounding sidewalks and streets where agents are posted.
Qualcomm has announced a fingerprint reader that uses sound to unlock your phone.
Dubbed the 3D Sonic Sensor, the tech bounces sound waves off your skin to determine its shape.
It's entirely possible that this would be the tech behind the Galaxy S10 scanner.
And finally Microsoft wants to help rural areas that don't have access to true high speed internet.
The company's rural air band initiative wants to hit 3 million people by the middle of 2022.
That's up from 2 million using the white space TV spectrum.
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