Biometric Mastercard features an embedded fingerprint sensor
Citing convenience and security as its motivations, Mastercard has introduced a credit card with an integrated fingerprint scanner. That means users can make purchases using the digits on their hands rather than those on their mind, as is becoming increasingly common on today's mobile devices and computers. .. Continue Reading Biometric Mastercard features an embedded fingerprint sensor Category: Good Thinking Tags: Biometrics Fingerprint Related Articles: Synaptics aims to tighten security with self-contained fingerprint ID system LG's invisible fingerprint sensor hides beneath the smartphone screen New fingerprinting tech is more than skin-deep Remote controller has your fingerprints all over it Chemistry reveals whether fingerprints came from a male or a female 3
Citing convenience and security as its motivations, Mastercard has introduced a credit card with an integrated fingerprint scanner. That means users can make purchases using the digits ...
Thu 20 Apr 17 from Gizmag
Fingerprint sensors continue to make their way into everyday life, so it’s not too surprising to see the security feature being embedded into credit cards. Mastercard is currently testing ...
Thu 20 Apr 17 from Techspot
Thu 20 Apr 17 from Gizmodo
In pilot programs in South Africa, MasterCard has been testing a biometric credit card that combines chip technology and fingerprints.
Thu 20 Apr 17 from USA today
Thu 20 Apr 17 from Ubergizmo
Mastercard is trialling a Chip and PIN bankcard that includes an embedded fingerprint reader, introducing a biometric authentication layer for card payments — and taking a leaf out ...
Thu 20 Apr 17 from TechCrunch
The biometric cards are now being tested in South Africa but will soon be released globally. Shoppers hold their thumb over the card as they slot it into a card machine to pay.
Thu 20 Apr 17 from Daily Mail
Thu 20 Apr 17 from The Verge
A biometric sensor on the card will be used to verify users' identities when making purchases.
Thu 20 Apr 17 from BBC Technology
Our fingerprints are quickly replacing PINs and passwords as our primary means of unlocking our phones, doors and safes. They're convenient, unique, and ultimately more secure ...
Thu 20 Apr 17 from Engadget