Mastercard is exploring facial recognition as an alternative to SecureCode, its security software that asks online shoppers for a password to make purchases. Users in the trial can hold their phone up as though taking a selfie to approve transactions. “The new generation, which is into selfies… I think they’ll find it cool,” the firm’s … Continue reading MasterCard Tests Pay-By-Selfie App
The latest advancement in Facebook has been revealed. In a Q&A session yesterday, Mark Zuckerberg revealed the company’s plans to introduce lasers and drones into the system. This, he says, will connect more users to the internet over long distances. You’re not going to see the laser beams, but definitely they will be there. This, … Continue reading Mark Zuckerberg Reveals Facebook Internet Lasers
The wait is finally over. This week,blackberry finally released it’s latest bbm update which comes with an awesome material-inspired design which is meant to wow the users and subscribers. The official announcement is that this update will be rolled out across all devices which support bbm. This new material design has the bbm icons at … Continue reading Bbm Releases Latest Update For Subscribers
Facebook has gotten so good at recognizing people,even without seeing their faces,by the successful completion of their recent face recognition algorithms. While this is both incredible and interesting at the same time, this newest technology is way good at identifying you in photos even without the need to see your face. According to The New Scientist, the … Continue reading Facebook Can Now Recognize You,Even Without Seeing Your Face.
Facebook messenger has just gotten a major upgrade: it can now be used irrespective of whether you have a Facebook account or not. Yes,that’s right. Previously, you needed Facebook for messenger,but that’s no longer the case right now. The new method requires signing up with a phone number and a picture, and bam! you’re in. … Continue reading You Can Now Use Facebook Messenger Without Having A Facebook Account
Yesterday, BlackBerry and Cisco announced that they had entered into a long-term patent cross-licensing agreement covering their respective products and technologies. BlackBerry and Cisco have a long history of technical cooperation and intend to further collaborate under this agreement. “Our agreement with Cisco underscores the value companies place on BlackBerry’s broad and foundational patent portfolio,” … Continue reading Blackberry and Cisco sign broad patent cross-licensing agreement
The new sandisk 200 gigabytes memory card has finally been released,and instead of the earlier quoted $399.9,which is an equivalent of N79600 going by current rates,the memory card can be gotten for as cheap as $239.44. When compared to Microdia’s $1,000(N199,000), 512 GB micro SD card,it’s definitely a good purchase. In as much as most … Continue reading The Sandisk 200 gigabytes has been released. Guess how much?