Forget the fingerprint sensor: the iPhone will have facial recognition

Forget the fingerprint sensor the iPhone will have facial recognition

Apple has obtained a U.S. patent for a system that can be used for detection and facial recognition in the iPhone and other mobile devices, according to official documents of the patent.

In this case, instead of using a fingerprint sensor and the fingerprint as a password as happens in the iPhone 5S, a user’s face would be used as a personal password to unlock the iPhone, as indicated in the document.

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Dell launches its new 4K monitors

Dell launches its new 4K monitors

Today we speak mainly of two types of 4K : first we 4K Full 4096 × 2160 pixels and second is the Quad HD 3840 × 2160 pixels. Of course the differences between an hour and are virtually nil for the human eye . If by chance you are we looking for a monitor with a quality that exceeds the standard Full HD , then I suggest you take a little look at the new 4K monitors Dell UltraSharp known as 32, 24 and 28 UltraSharp UltraHD . What catches our attention is the price, as they are quite cheaper than many 4K TVs in the market.

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109 million connections between people and local businesses

109 million connections between people and local businesses

From Facebook and CEPYME Spain ( Spanish Confederation of Small and Medium Enterprises ) explain that , in Spain , 53% of people with active profiles on this social network is connected to a page of a local company. In most cases, it is not hundreds of pages with thousands of followers or campaigns by millions of “Likes” . Although there is some exception. As the case of ALT , a Madrid architects who decided to use this social network to share your way to understanding architecture .

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Twitter takes extra steps to make it harder spying on its users

Twitter takes extra steps to make it harder spying on its users

Twitter The company reported Friday that it has implemented a security technology that makes it harder to spy on its users and has urged other Internet companies to do the same, at a time marked by insecurity users following the leaks about espionage intelligence agencies.

Specifically, the online messaging service, which began to encrypt their communications in 2011 using traditional methods HTTPS encryption, said Friday that it has added an advanced layer of protection for HTTPS called “forward secrecy”.

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New Gionee Elife E7: the Android smartphone with the best camera on the market

New Gionee Elife E7 the Android smartphone with the best camera on the market

Rarely have we seen smartphones with similar specifications to be read in the title, but what you might call more attention is that this phone is not Samsung or LG or any other company known. The manufacturer of this colorful Gionee smartphone is a company of China, which lately has been showing some major advances in the technology of mobile phones.

Gionee, as mentioned, is not well known in the Western market, but surely gain some popularity with this new mobile, powerful Gionee Elife E7, which is one of the best smartphones we’ve seen to date, at least at the level Spec. As you might have guessed, this is a high-end model.

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Aquaris 5.7, the new smartphone bq

The bq Spanish company launches its latest smartphone , Aquaris 5.7, with a FullHD IPS 5.7-inch screen with resolution of 1080 x 1920 px, integrated Dolby, Quad Core processor up to 1.5 GHz , Android 4.2 operating system and battery 4000 mAh . And at a price of € 259.90 .

In Aquaris 5.7 highlights its screen, designed to respect the color intensity and the original tone without distortion or artificial saturation . Thanks to its 16:9 widescreen is ideal for playing videos and movies full screen . The experience is enhanced with integrated Dolby , which improves sound quality to do surround . Low frequencies are heard dialogues clearer and cleaner arrive . Another option available is to level out the volume and adjust the sound profile of the user’s personal taste .

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Google launches debit card that can be used in shops and ATMs

Google launches debit card that can be used in shops and ATMs

Technology giant Google has launched a prepaid debit card linked to your virtual wallet service that will allow you to buy in stores and withdraw cash at ATMs.

The card will allow users to access the funds in your virtual wallet, it will work like any other debit and will be accepted at the sites now support MasterCard.

Users can request free card anytime via internet or on the application of virtual wallet, and have to wait 10 to 12 days to receive, as detailed Google.

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Valve also works in its own virtual reality helmet

Valve also works in its own virtual reality helmet

What is the company that has the future of the market for PC games in your hands ? Valve of course, and if you ask any PC gamer will probably give the same answer. Valve ‘s Steam platform known not only more popular than ever has become , but also improve dramatically with the advent of computers and the command Machines Steam / Steam control. But in reality these are not all the plans of the company for the next year .

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That’s the new Galaxy SIII Mini Crystal Edition

Thats the new Galaxy SIII Mini Crystal Edition

Do not be fooled by the title or image . This new edition of S III Mini may look fancy, but the truth is that it is not. The new Galaxy S III Mini Crystal Edition is a special edition of the popular smartphone from Samsung and now sell only on the German market , but is likely to then be put up for sale in other countries . In terms of specifications the mobile remains the same as always, but his big difference is that features 166 Swarovski crystals embedded in the back cover. Combining plastic with Swarovski crystals does not seem a good idea to frankly also the S III Mini is a mobile with almost no relevance in the marketplace. If instead we had used the S IV Mini might have had a little more sense .

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iPad Air and Mini, two jewels of engineering … beyond repair

Is it about technology. The more manufacturers reduce margins and thickness of their devices become more complex when performing tasks as simple as changing your screen or battery.

This is what is happening to Apple . Just a few days ago , the Cupertino again surprised the world with her Air model , a tablet much thinner than the previous version and so light that you hardly notice that you are carrying . At the same time announced the new Mini with Retina display . But everything has a price.

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