Fingerprint Recognition


MDM Product Roundup – Vol 22 No 24

by Tom Allen

HTC has announced its first smartphone with resolution beyond 1920 x 1080. Unfortunately, the HTC One ME currently appears to be exclusive to China. The handset has a 5.2″ display with 2560 x 1560 …

Tags:China| Fingerprint Recognition| Gaze Recognition| HTC| Huawei| Mobile Display Monitor| Notebooks| sharp| Smartphones| Sunlight Readable Displays| Tobii| Vol 22 - Issue 24

Samsung Distances Self From Fingerprints for Iris Recognition

by Tom Allen

Samsung is working with the Stanford Research Institute to improve the security of its mobile devices. SRI has an iris-scanning technology that Samsung will integrate into a custom version of its Galaxy Tab Pro …

Tags:Events| Fingerprint Recognition| Mobile Display Monitor| Samsung| Security| USA| Vol 22 - Issue 13

Passenger Terminal Expo 2015 Roundup

by Tom Allen

Unlike its presence at traditional electronics shows, 3M was showing its identity management solutions, rather than touch screens and other components. The company has five huge divisions and multiple sub-divisions in each one, and …

Tags:3M (MMM)| Aviation| Epson| Events| Fingerprint Recognition| In Flight Entertainment| Large Display Monitor| Passenger Terminal Expo (PTE) 2015| Security| Vol 22 - Issue 11

Means to Integrate a Touch ID Sensor into a Touchscreen Display

by Arthur Berman

The subject of this Display Daily article is a technology under development at Apple and in the news during the past few days. To put this development interest into context, recall that the iPhone …

Tags:Apple| Fingerprint Recognition| Patents| Smartphones| Vol 22 - Issue 09

Fingerprint Sensor Popularity on the Rise

by Super User

Sources in the supply chain claim that orders for fingerprint recognition solutions for smartphones and smartwatches are rising. As well as Apple and Samsung, Chinese makers are beginning to integrate the technology into their …

Tags:Fingerprint Recognition| Large Display Monitor| Smartwatches| Vol 21 - Issue 37| Volume 21

No Radical Shifts in Apple’s Third iPad Mini

by Super User

The iPad Air 2 and retina-class iMac garnered the lion’s share of attention at Apple’s press event in mid-October, but there was another device introduced. The iPad Mini 3 is almost identical to the …

Tags:Apple| Fingerprint Recognition| iPad| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 42| Volume 21