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Sequiam Biometrics Biovault 2.0 safe

Posted in Biometrics,Security by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2007

Sequiam Biometrics Biovault 2.0 safe

Here’s another device you can give the finger too. For security reasons of course. Much like the Master Lock smartTOUCH garage door opener we covered earlier. The Sequiam Biometrics BioVault 2.0 is a safe that needs your finger to open it and get to the valuables inside. It recognizes your fingerprint and opens at your command. You can program it to open for others too, if you grant them access. The safe can accommodate up to 50 users.

You can store your gold inside, jewelry, even your precious and expensive gadgets, but it’s really designed to store guns safely and is endorsed by the NRA. It makes sense to store guns in a safe like this as it would apparently open quickly, but keep them safely locked away from kids. The price is $399.95.

Apple patent app hints at heart rate logins for iPhone

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on May 6th, 2010

I bet that there are lots of you who have tried to use biometrics to log into your gadgets or computers before and had a hard time. I know the notebook I used to have with a fingerprint scanner rarely let me login when swiping my finger.

Apple has a new biometric sensor patent application that has surfaced that shows a method Apple has envisioned to allow only authorized users to access future iPhones. The sensors in the case of the phone would read the users heart rate and use the readings to verify their identity.

Sony mofiria secures devices with vein recognition

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on February 2nd, 2009

Sony mofiria secures devices with vein recognitionThere are many biometric devices on the market, but honestly we haven’t seen any of them really hit it big with the masses. Sony is probably hoping to change that with their just announced Mofiria, a high speed, compact biometric solution for mobile devices.

Just like Fujitsu’s PalmSecure, it uses near infrared LEDs and a CMOS sensor to take a picture of your veins. News to me, but apparently vein patterns vary enough from person to person and don’t change through life. So they are a perfect thing to use for authentication. And perfect for Sony to make an extra buck with.


Fujitsu Launches Palm Reading Security Mouse

Posted in Biometrics,Fujitsu,Mouse,Security by Reuben Drake on September 11th, 2007

Fujitsu PalmSecure PC Login kit uses vein biometric authentication to secure a PCFujitsu today unveiled a new product in PC security that uses “palm vein biometric authentication” to secure access to computers called the PalmSecure PC Login Kit. The kit comes in two versions, one as a standard which incorporates the palm vein scanner and the other that doubles as a standard computer mouse with the vein reader built in.

The palm vein device from Fujitsu uses a newer type of authentication which uses near-infrared rays to identify the unique patterns of veins in a persons hand. The …

The Phone of Porsche

Posted in Automotive,Mobile Phones by Chetz on June 15th, 2007

Porsche P’9521 mobile phoneWhen will it stop? How many world-known brand names will hop aboard the money express and brand a seemingly unrelated product to their image? As long as people will open their wallets and purses there will be always be these kind of weird crossover products like the Porsche P’9521 mobile phone.

The luxury car firm showed off their talk device designed by French electronics firm Sagem, a EUR 1,200 product (that’s $1,600 Yankee dollars) that has a 3.2 megapixel camera, plays MP3 tunes with its three stereo speakers, has a QVGA 320×340 OLED screen …

Motion C5 with Intel’s MCA Connecting Nurses to Information

Posted in Healthcare,Intel by Darrin Olson on February 20th, 2007

Motion Computing C5 with Intel Mobile Clinical assistant announcedToday Intel and Motion in Computing have both announced the Motion C5 mobile clinical assistant (MCA). The C5 is the first product built on Intel’s MCA platform and is designed for use in the health care setting to allow providers to spend more time near patients while staying connected and can also help with medication administration.

The MCA platform is the Intel’s first built specifically for healthcare and works towards connecting clinicians on health care facility floors to real-time information with a light, durable and easily-disinfected …

Keep Security under your Thumb with Privaris plusID

Posted in Security by Paul Patterson on October 2nd, 2006

plusIDThe plusID line of secure, wireless devices is dubbed as the world’s first personal biometric fingerprint fobs. The plusID provides secure access to multiple facilities, computers, and networks. Security with biometrics has never been easier, more economical, or widely accepted.

The plusID works with select off-the-shelf logical access / single sign-on software applications, and can be easily configured to support one-time password functionality. The plusID can be added to existing physical and logical security environments with no changes to installed infrastructure.

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