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          Apple Announces 'iPhone XS' and 'iPhone XS Max' With Gold Color, Faster Face ID, and More      Cache   Translate Page      
Apple today in California officially announced the "iPhone XS" and "iPhone XS Max," the latest iPhone models coming this year. The company confirmed that both models will come in Space Gray, Silver, and Gold color options, with Gold being the new addition to the iPhone XS lineup this year.

The iPhone XS models have the same design as the iPhone X from 2017, with an edge-to-edge OLED display, greatly reduced bezels, and a "notch" that houses the front-facing TrueDepth Camera system. The iPhone XS is the direct iPhone X successor and measures in at 5.8 inches, while the XS Max is Apple's biggest iPhone yet at 6.5 inches.


Apple says that the XS lineup has the most advanced iPhone features ever seen, thanks to a new A12 Bionic chip, which is the industry's first 7-nanometer chip. A12 Bionic includes a next-generation Neural Engine, powering a new and improved Face ID on the iPhone XS and XS Max, making the biometric security feature faster than iPhone X.

The new iPhones have the highest pixel density of any Apple device, coming in 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch sizes. The Super Retina displays have a custom OLED design and support Dolby Vision and HDR10, meaning that you can watch 4K content on the devices. On iPhone XS Max, you'll be able to see over 3 million pixels in videos, movies, and games.


As Apple points out, the iPhone XS Max is the largest display it has ever built in an iPhone, but the overall size of the device is similar to the iPhone 8 Plus. The screen includes the most durable glass ever in a smartphone with improved scratch resistance, the band around the side retains the iPhone X's stainless steel finish, and the back is made out of glass as well to enable wireless charging.

Both models are rated to IP68 water resistance for up to 2 meters for 30 minutes of submergence, meaning that the devices are protected against everyday spills and dips.

In terms of the processor, Apple's A12 Bionic features a six-core fusion architecture with two performance cores and four efficiency cores, as well as a four-core GPU, video encoder, Signal Processor, and more. All of this is as much as 50 percent faster and more efficient than last year's iPhone X, enabling new experiences in games, photography, video editing, and more.


Battery life is 30 minutes longer than the iPhone X on the iPhone XS, while the XS Max offers battery life that lasts an hour and a half longer than iPhone X.

The camera on the iPhone XS includes advanced depth segmentation, Smart HDR, advanced bokeh quality in Portrait mode photos, and dynamic depth of field that you can adjust after you take a photo. The 12-megapixel dual camera system features dual optical image stabilization with 2x optical zoom, while a new sensor is twice as fast.

In videos, the XS family features larger pixels and a faster sensor to enable improved low-light performance and video stabilization. With the four built-in mics, you can also record stereo sound to get the most out of video recordings.


The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will be available in 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage capacities, and in Space Gray, Silver, and Gold. The iPhone XS will start at $999 in 64GB, while the iPhone XS Max will start at $1,099 in 64GB. You'll be able to pre-order the smartphones on Friday, September 14, ahead of launch on Friday, September 21 in more than 30 countries and territories.

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          Chairs Urge Commerce Secretary to Expand U.S. “Entity List” to Include Chinese Government and State Security Entities in Xinjiang       Cache   Translate Page      

September 12, 2018                                                           

(Washington D.C.)--U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) and U.S. Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ), Chair and Cochair of the bipartisan Congressional-Executive Commission on China respectively, released today a letter urging U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to expand the U.S. Government’s “Entity List” (Supplement 4, Part 744 of the Export Administration Regulations) to include Chinese government and state security entities in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), as well as any businesses profiting from the expansion of the region’s surge in security spending.  The Chairs conclude that the “abuses occurring in the XUAR are contrary to the national security interests of the United States. U.S. companies should not be assisting in the expansion of China’s systems for surveillance, detection, and detention, or be complicit in what are gross violations of internationally recognized human rights occurring daily in the XUAR.”

The letter’s recommendations stem from testimony provided by independent experts and U.S. government witnesses at a CECC hearing entitled “Surveillance, Suppression, and Mass Detention: Xinjiang’s Human Rights Crisis” and is the second recent initiative of the Chairs to press for a robust U.S. response to the human rights situation in the XUAR.  The Chairs sent a bipartisan letter in August urging “Global Magnitsky” sanctions against senior Chinese government and Communist Party officials engaged in the repression of ethnic minorities in the XUAR.    

Text of Commerce letter below:

  September 12, 2018   The Honorable Wilbur Ross Secretary of Commerce U.S. Department of Commerce 1401 Constitution Ave NW Washington, D.C. 20230   Dear Secretary Ross:   Thank you for your response to our May 15, 2018 letter regarding controls on the sale by U.S. companies of surveillance and crime control technology for use by Chinese security forces and police.  Our concerns are particularly acute as they relate to the Chinese government’s pervasive surveillance and internment system targeting Uyghurs and other predominantly Muslim ethnic minorities in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR).   We appreciated the Department making Mr. Anthony Christino, Director of the Bureau of Industry and Security’s Foreign Policy Division, available to testify at a recent Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) hearing focused on the grave and deteriorating human rights situation in the XUAR.     Joining Mr. Christino on the hearing’s government panel was Ambassador Kelley Currie, U.S. Representative to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, who characterized the scope of the campaign against Uyghur Muslims as “truly breathtaking” and described how “over the past year, hundreds of thousands of law-abiding Uighur citizens of China—men, women and even children—have disappeared into state custody…”  Ambassador Currie focused specifically on the “highly intrusive, high-tech surveillance system in Xinjiang,” which includes:   “thousands of surveillance cameras, including in mosques; facial recognition software; obligatory content-monitoring apps on smartphones and GPS devices on cars; widespread new police outposts with tens of thousands of newly-hired police and even Party personnel embedded in people’s homes; and compulsory collection of vast biometric datasets on ethnic and religious minorities throughout the region, including DNA and blood samples, 3-D photos, iris scans, and voiceprints.”   The testimony of Ambassador Currie and other expert witnesses further underscored that the abuses occurring in the XUAR are contrary to the national security interests of the United States. U.S. companies should not be assisting in the expansion of China’s systems for surveillance, detection, and detention, or be complicit in what are gross violations of internationally recognized human rights occurring daily in the XUAR.   While we believe that longstanding export restrictions on the sale of crime control or detection instruments or equipment to the People’s Republic of China should prohibit all U.S. companies from aiding efforts to expand China’s high-tech surveillance and detention of ethnic minority populations in China, we urge you to also add Chinese government and state security entities in the XUAR, and any businesses profiting from the expansion of the region’s surge in security spending, to the U.S. Government’s “Entity List” (Supplement 4, Part 744 of the Export Administration Regulations).   During the course of his testimony, Mr. Christino said the Commerce Department, as a result of information provided by the CECC, was reviewing whether there is sufficient evidence to justify additional end-user restrictions for XUAR police and security forces, among others.  This was a welcomed acknowledgement.  Given the national integration of China’s state security apparatus, we believe there should also be a presumption of denial for any sale of technology or equipment that would make a direct and significant contribution to the police surveillance and detection system, including dual-use technology sold or resold to any elements of the Ministry of Public Security.  In response to a question at the hearing, Mr. Christino assured the Commissioners that the Commerce Department possesses sufficient authority, within the interagency process, to make such determinations.  Therefore, we respectfully request an update as to the status and anticipated timeline of this interagency process.   The U.S. government has clearly acknowledged the severity of the abuses in Xinjiang.  Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have both voiced public concern about these abuses and have specifically focused on the proliferation of “political reeducation” centers or camps throughout the region.  Our export policy must reflect this reality.     We look forward to your response.   Sincerely,     Senator Marco Rubio                                                              Chair        Representative Chris Smith Cochair
          Apple announces the iPhone Xr with 6.1-inch LCD display      Cache   Translate Page      
Apple iPhone Xr

Apple's newest flagships, the iPhone Xs and the iPhone Xs Max, are the company's top-of-the-line offerings. However, in an effort to pad out its offerings, the company has also unveiled the iPhone Xr.

This model shares the similar design philosophy as the iPhone X, which means you'll get the notch at the top and the minimized bezels along the edges. The handset features an LCD panel, measuring in at 6.1 inches and called a "Liquid Retina" display. It has 326 pixels per inch and a resolution of 1792x828. The handset boasts Apple's A12 Bionic processor under the hood, but the company didn't give any information about the available RAM under the hood.

The iPhone Xr has a single 12-megapixel camera on the back, which is the same wide-angle lens as what's available in the iPhone Xs (and iPhone Xs Max). It features support for Smart HDR and Portrait Mode, and the ability to change the intensity of depth of field in photos. There is a 7MP front-facing camera on the front, which features Apple's TrueDepth Camera system and Face ID for biometric security.

Apple iPhone Xr in yellow

When it comes to battery life, Apple says that, compared to the iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone Xr will offer an hour and a half longer life. When the iPhone Xr launches in October there will be six colors to choose from: Black, White, Coral, Yellow, a (PRODUCT)RED option, and Blue.

The iPhone Xr launches on October 26, with preorders starting on October 19. Pricing starts at $749, which will get future owners the 64GB option. The other variants are 128GB and 256GB, with pricing going up with each model. iOS 12 will be available on the iPhone Xr at launch.

Which color iPhone Xr has caught your eye?


          Synaptics and Key Ecosystem Partners Launch Android TV Turnkey STB Solutions Enabling Fast Time-to-Market for Pay TV Operators      Cache   Translate Page      
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          UIDAI dismisses reports about the alleged hack of Aadhaar enrolment software      Cache   Translate Page      

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on 11 September dismissed reports of hacking of Aadhaar enrolment software as 'completely incorrect and irresponsible' and said some vested interests were deliberately trying to create confusion among people.

The denial came after an investigation by HuffPost India revealed that the Aadhaar database, which contains the biometrics and personal information of over one billion Indians, ' had been compromised by a software patch which disables critical security features of the software used to enrol new Aadhaar users'.

According to the report, any unauthorised person from anywhere in the world can generate Aadhaar ID using the patch which is freely available for Rs 2,500.


UIDAI dismisses reports about the alleged hack of Aadhaar enrolment software

Woman using an iris scanner for UIDAI Aadhaar registration. Image: Reuters

The UIDAI said the claims about Aadhaar being vulnerable to tampering lacked substance and were totally baseless.

"Certain vested interests are deliberately trying to create confusion in the minds of people which is completely unwarranted," a statement issued by the organisation said.

It added that the UIDAI matches all the biometric (10 fingerprints and both iris) of a resident enrolling for Aadhaar with the biometrics of all Aadhaar holders before issuing the unique ID.

"UIDAI has taken all necessary safeguard measures spanning from providing standardized software that encrypts entire data even before saving to any disk, protecting data using tamper proofing, identifying every one of the operators in every enrolment, identifying every one of thousands of machines using a unique machine registration process, which ensures every encrypted packet is tracked," the statement said.

#PressStatement

UIDAI hereby dismisses a news report appearing in social and online media about Aadhaar Enrolment Software being allegedly hacked as completely incorrect and irresponsible. 1/n

― Aadhaar (@UIDAI) 11 September 2018

It said all measures to ensure end-to-end security of resident data were taken including full encryption of resident data at the time of capture, tamper resistance, physical security, access control, network security, stringent audit mechanism, round the clock security and fraud management system monitoring.

Earlier, a report by HuffPost said a software patch available for as little as Rs 2,500 lets a user bypass critical security features such as biometric authentication of enrolment operators to generate unauthorised Aadhaar numbers. It said the patch also disables the GPS security feature of the software allowing anyone from any location to enrol users.

UIDAI clarified that no operator can make or update Aadhaar unless resident himself gives his biometric.

"Any enrolment or update request is processed only after biometrics of the operator is authenticated and resident's biometrics is de-duplicated at the backend of UIDAI system," it said.

It added that as part of its 'stringent' enrolment and updation process, UIDAI checks enrolment operator's biometric and other parameters before processing the enrolment or updates and only after all checks are found to be successful, enrolment or update of aresident is further processed.

"Therefore it is not possible to introduce ghost entries into Aadhaar database."

UIDAI said that even in a hypothetical situation where a ghost enrolment or update packet is sent to the UIDAI by some 'manipulative attempt', the same is identified by the robust back-end system and all such enrolment packets get rejected and no Aadhaar is generated.

"Also, the concerned enrolment machines and the operators are identified, blocked and blacklisted permanently from the UIDAI system. In appropriate cases, police complaints are also filed for such fraudulent attempts," it said.

If an operator is found violating UIDAI’s strict enrolment and update processes or if one indulges in any type of fraudulent or corrupt practices, UIDAI blocks and blacklists them and imposes financial penalty upto Rs.1 lakh per instance. 20/n

― Aadhaar (@UIDAI) September 11, 2018

UIDAI said that the reported claim of "anybody is able to create an entry into Aadhaar database, then the person can create multiple Aadhaar cards" is completely false.

"If an operator is found violating UIDAI's strict enrolment and update processes or if one indulges in any type of fraudulent or corrupt practices, UIDAI blocks and blacklists them and imposes financial penalty upto Rs 1 lakh per instance. It is because of this stringent and robust system that as on date more than 50,000 operators have been blacklisted," UIDAI added.

It said that it keeps adding new security features in its system as required from time-to-time to thwart new security threats by unscrupulous elements.


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          Nov 15: Understanding the Naturalization Application Reduced Fee Option & Fee Waiver      Cache   Translate Page      
The filing fee for Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, is $640 (plus the biometrics fee). For many, this filing fee makes an application for naturalization insurmountable. In this webinar, we will review how to complete successful reduced fee and fee waiver applications for naturalization applicants. We will also discuss the impact of recent policy changes, such as the public charge determination, on the fee waiver application process. Topics: Fee waiver applications for naturalization applicants Impact of public charge determination Registration: To register for this event, please click here.
          Global Forensic Technologies Market Reliability and Innovations in Technology 2025      Cache   Translate Page      

Brooklyn, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/12/2018 -- Qyresearchreports include new market research report "Global Forensic Technologies Market Size, Status and Forecast 2025" to its huge collection of research reports.

This report studies the global Forensic Technologies market size, industry status and forecast, competition landscape and growth opportunity. This research report categorizes the global Forensic Technologies market by companies, region, type and end-use industry.

Forensic technology is the use of advanced technological solutions to retrieve, search and analyze large and complex data sets. This enables end-users to gather information that can be used to address litigation issues, investigations, and requirements in regulatory and financial crime.

The chemical analysis segment accounted for the most significant chunk of demand-share in the global forensic technologies market.
The laboratory forensics segment accounted for a considerable chunk of share of the global forensic technologies market. This is attributable to effective and efficient results in laboratory settings, as samples can be analyzed without any contamination (most of the pieces of evidence at a crime scene tend to be contaminated). Moreover, technological advancements (adoption of laboratory information management system (LIMS) software to perform multiple tasks at a time) in laboratory settings are expected to augment the market during the forecast period.
The Americas will be the major revenue contributor to the forensic science market. This mainly attributes to factirs such as huge government funding for forensic labs, the presence of improved infrastructure, and key vendors, and the growing crime rates in countries such as the US, Columbia, and Brazil.

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This report focuses on the global top players, covered
Danaher Corporation
Thermo Fisher Scientific
GE Healthcare
Agilent Technologies
Eurofins Medigenomix GmbH
Forensics Consulting Solutions
Forensic Pathways
LGC Limited
Neogen Corporation
Promega Corporation
NMS Labs
Qiagen
Pyramidal Technologies Ltd
SPEX Forensics

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers
United States
Europe
China
Japan
Southeast Asia
India

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into
DNA Profiling
Chemical Analysis
Biometric/Fingerprint Analysis
Firearm Analysis

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Market segment by Application, split into
Laboratory Forensics (LIMS)
Portable Forensics (FaaS)

The study objectives of this report are:
To study and forecast the market size of Forensic Technologies in global market.
To analyze the global key players, SWOT analysis, value and global market share for top players.
To define, describe and forecast the market by type, end use and region.
To analyze and compare the market status and forecast between China and major regions, namely, United States, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Rest of World.

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          Biometrics provides a “window to the soul” in the modern enterprise      Cache   Translate Page      
The modern workspace is enduring a momentous amount of change, driven largely by needs associated with digitisation, real-time interaction and improving customer experience. Mobility is at the heart of this change and the mobile device is seen as the entry point, proving to be an invaluable tool while at the same time creating challenges around [&hellip
          Apple iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR now official: Specs, Price, Availability      Cache   Translate Page      
Apple iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR become official after spending a lengthy time in the rumor mill. It has been a long time waiting for the Cupertino company's latest smartphones so let's go straight to the meat of the conversation.
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iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max


Apple iPhone XS iPhone XS Max iPhone XR

The iPhone XS is definitely a spec-bumped version of last year's iPhone X. It comes with the same 5.8-inch Super Retina display with 2436 x 1125p resolution. On the other hand, the iPhone XS Max is similar in essence but it's obviously the bigger version of the duo at 6.5-inch display with 2688 x 1242p resolution. Both packs LED screens with 60% greater dynamic range compared to last year's iPhone X. Likewise, both have the second-generation Face ID which is said to be faster and more secure with Apple's Secure Enclave.

Both handsets also tout a surgical-grade stainless steel frames. The body is also treated with IP68 water and dust resistant grade which allows the phones to withstand water intrusion up to 2 meters in 30 minutes.

Apple iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max

At the back, the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max also sport a glass backing which, according to the iPhone maker, is the strongest glass there is in a smartphone. Aside from the Silver and Space Gray, there's a stunning gold color option that might sell more compared to other hues.

iPhone XS iPhone XS Max iPhone XR

Camera

The iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max have identical camera systems. Both come with a dual-rear camera module - 12MP f/1.8 wide angle lens + 12MP f/2.4 telephoto lens. Expect big improvements in the camera since Apple is using new sensors with these iPhones. On the front, both have a 7MP f/2.2 RGB camera backed up with an IR camera and a Dot projector. 

Photos are now processed faster with better accuracy due to the Neural Engine Image Processing. According to Apple, the Portrait mode has also been improved. Other significant camera upgrades are the Smart HDR, and Depth Control that allows you to adjust the the depth-of-field right after you take the photo.

iPhone XS iPhone XS Max

Hardware

The iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max tick with the latest Apple A12 Bionic chipset which is the first-ever SoC made in a 7-nanometer process. The custom-made processor is said to have 15% increase in performance compared to the A11. Likewise, the GPU gained 50% increase compared to last year graphic worker.

Apple also announced the availablility of a 512GB storage option for both handsets.  In terms of the battery, expect the iPhone XS to have "30 minutes more" than iPhone X, while iPhone XS Max to have 90 minutes more than last year's major iPhone.

There also a dual-SIM capability present in these iPhones with one physical SIM and another e-SIM support.

The iPhone XS starts at USD 999 while the iPhone XS Max starts at USD 1099. You can choose among 64GB, 256GB and 512GB configurations for the iPhone XS, while the iPhone XS Max has 64GB, 256GB and 512GB configurations. Pre-orders starts September 14 in the United States with September 21 availability.

iPhone XR


Probably the most interesting iPhone from the bunch, the iPhone XR. The handset's design is a fusion of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. In fact, it's also stuck in the middle in terms of the screen size - 6.1-inch. The display is an LCD panel making it the most affordable the trio. It's also interesting to note that the iPhone XR does not have the 3D Touch technology which has been present in the iPhones since iPhone 6s.

iPhone XS iPhone XS Max iPhone XR

The iPhone XR's Liquid Retina display packs 1792 x 828 pixels. It also ships with the first-generation True Depth camera system present in 2017's iPhone X. Thus, the handset supports Face ID which is a sophisticated technology when we talk about biometrics.

The iPhone XR's rear camera is a 12MP (single lens) wide angle module which is identical to iPhone XS and XS Max. It also supports Smart HDR and Portrait Lighting. 
iPhone XS iPhone XR

Surprisingly, this iPhone is also powered by Apple A12 Bionic which definitely screams performance. Apple also stressed that it's battery life will be 90 minutes longer than the iPhone 8 Plus. 

The iPhone XR is cased in a 7000 series grade aluminum in contrast with the stainless steel that its more expensive brethren have. But what it lacks in polish it makes up with its wide range of color options. The iPhone XR comes in white, black, coral, yellow and red. It starts at USD 749 in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB configurations.

          Sep 20: New Technologies: What Lawyers Need to Know (In-Person CLE)      Cache   Translate Page      
NYSBA and Co-Sponsoring Member: $20 | Law Student: $10 | Nonmember: $50 Co-sponsored by the National Association of Women Judges, Women in EDiscovery, Dentons U.S. LLP, the Commercial & Federal Litigation Section, the Women in Law Section, the Law Practice Management Committee, the Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession and the Committee on Continuing Legal Education of the New York State Bar Association. Technology pervades the legal profession and is a common feature of litigation. This program focuses on aspects of two such technologies, admissibility of social media and content of “apps” and liability for the wrongful collection and use of biometric information by private entities. This program will be of interest to judges, practitioners, consultants and law students and will feature distinguished and knowledgeable faculty. Agenda 5:30 p.m. Registration 5:45 p.m. Introductions Hon. Tanya R. Kennedy, NAWJ President Susan Harper, Esq., Chair of the NYSBA Women in Law Section 6:00 p.m. – 6:50 p.m. Admissibility of Electronic Information from “New” Technology Sources such as Social Media and Third-Party Apps Moderator: Mark A. Berman, Esq., Ganfer Shore Leeds & Zauderer LLP Panelists: Shelley Brown, Sidley Austin LLP Tracee E. Davis, Esq., Zeichner Ellman & Krause LLP Hon. Ronald J. Hedges (Ret.), Dentons U.S. LLP Sandra J. Rampersaud, Esq., UBS AG 6:50 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Networking Break 7:00 p.m. – 7:50 p.m. Biometric Data: Balancing Privacy and Security Moderator: Gail Gottehrer, Esq., Akerman LLP Panelists: David Horrigan, Esq., Relativity Kirsten Thompson, Esq., Dentons Canada LLP Professor Aaron Wright, Cardozo Law School 7:50 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Networking Reception
          Everything Apple Didn't Announce at Today's Event      Cache   Translate Page      
Today's "Gather Round" Apple event focused on just the iPhone and the Apple Watch, with Apple introducing the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR, along with updated Apple Watch Series 4 models.

There was no sign of the iPad Pro, AirPower, or new Macs, and because we know these products are in the works, no mention at the September event essentially confirms that an October event is in the works. In past years, when there have been new fall Macs and iPads on the horizon, Apple has held an iPhone event and then a separate October event, which is likely to be the plan again this year.

Below, we've listed everything rumored to be on the horizon that was not included in today's event.

iPad Pro


Apple is said to be working on updated iPad Pro models that adopt an iPhone X-style design with slimmer bezels and no Home button, with the iPads instead set to gain a TrueDepth Camera System that will allow Face ID to be used for biometric authentication purposes.

While the iPhone XS includes a notch for the TrueDepth Camera, leaked iPad Pro designs in the iOS 12 beta suggest the iPad Pro models will not have a notch, instead retaining slim top and bottom bezels. Apple is also not planning to use an OLED display for the iPad at this time due to cost and production issues.

Renderings of 12.9-inch iPad Pro based on alleged CAD drawings

Rumors suggest the new iPad Pro models will be available in screen sizes that are approximately 11 and 12.9 inches, with Apple using chamfered edges that are similar in design to the iPhone SE. The antenna lines on the device may also be located at the top and bottom, similar to the iPhone 7.

Renderings of 12.9-inch iPad Pro based on alleged CAD drawings

Renders based on leaked CAD drawings suggest the iPad Pro has a relocated Smart Connector that's been moved from the side of the device to the back of the device, but how this would functionally work remains in question, so it's not clear if the information is accurate.

We've also heard that the new iPad Pro models will not feature a headphone jack, with Apple opting to do away with the port as it did in the iPhone lineup beginning with the iPhone 7.

Mac mini


Apple is said to be working on a refreshed version of the Mac mini that's focused on pro users. The upgraded device will include new storage and processor options, and because of its pro focus, it could be more expensive than previous Mac mini products.

There's not a lot of additional information available on the Mac mini, but a previous rumor suggested the higher-end version "won't be so mini anymore" hinting at least one configuration with a larger size to accommodate higher-end components.


Given that this is going to be a pro-focused machine, it's not clear what chips it will adopt, but Intel this year has announced 8th-generation processors appropriate for both desktop and notebook machines. Past Mac mini models have used the same chips as the 13-inch MacBook Pro, but Apple may be planning to opt for more powerful chips for a pro Mac mini model.

Low-Cost MacBook Air


Apple has a 13-inch MacBook Air replacement in the works, which has been the subject of rumors for more than a year now. It's been unclear whether Apple plans to position the machine in the MacBook Air family or the 12-inch MacBook family, but some concrete details about the upcoming notebook can be gleaned from everything we've heard.

Positioned as an entry-level low-cost machine in Apple's product lineup, the notebook will be 13 inches in size and it will feature a Retina display. It is said to be similar in design to the current 13-inch MacBook Air, but with slimmer bezels.


It's not entirely clear how Apple will distinguish this machine from the 12-inch MacBook if it's going to offer a Retina display, but if the design is similar to the current MacBook Air, the 12-inch MacBook will still be Apple's lightest machine, justifying its higher price tag.

Various pricing rumors have suggested that it could be available for anywhere from $799 to $1,200, but the most reliable source, Bloomberg, believes it will cost under $1,000.

Whiskey Lake chips appropriate for a MacBook Air-like machine were announced by Intel in August, and so Apple could potentially be planning to use these chips in the device.

12-Inch MacBook


Regardless of whether the rumored lower-cost 13-inch notebook is a MacBook Air or a MacBook, Apple is likely still planning to maintain the 12-inch MacBook lineup, though reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently confusingly said that the 13-inch machine could "replace the position" of the current 12-inch MacBook, and it's not entirely clear what that means.

Upgraded 12-inch MacBooks will likely feature Intel's 8th-generation Amber Lake Y-series processors, announced in August. These chips bring processor and battery improvements, so new MacBooks could offer both faster performance and longer battery life.


Aside from upgraded Intel chips, there's been little information on what else Apple might add to a refreshed MacBook lineup.

iMacs


We haven't heard any iMac rumors in recent months, but Apple refreshes its iMac lineup on a regular basis, so an upgrade may be in the works.


If iMacs are refreshed in 2018, new machines could feature upgraded 8th-generation Intel processors, improved GPUs, and perhaps the adoption of the T2 chip that was introduced in the iMac Pro and has since been added to the MacBook Pro.

AirPower


It's not clear what's going on with the AirPower, the accessory that's meant to charge the iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods all at once. It was introduced in September 2017, and since then, Apple has made no mention of it.

AirPower was not included in today's event, and in fact, after the event, Apple basically removed all mentions of the AirPower from its website.


The one AirPower mention is limited to the AirPods page, where an optional wireless AirPods charging case is listed as "currently unavailable." The AirPower doesn't appear to be listed anywhere else.

Apple said the AirPower would debut at some point in 2018, so we could still see it in October, November, or December.


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          Snappy Driver Installer R1809 [Драйверпаки 18092] [12.09] (2018) PC      Cache   Translate Page      





Snappy Driver Installer R1809 | Драйверпаки 18092 [Multi/Ru]

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          AI, biometrics and blockchain set to dominate discussion at ITB Asia 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Niger: Niger: Country Operation Update, August 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Algeria, Eritrea, Libya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Somalia, Sudan

KEY INDICATORS

1,536 Refugees evacuated temporarily from Libya to Niger as part of the ETM (Emergency Transit Mechanism) from November 2017 – August 2018
2,094 Persons profiled by UNHCR in Agadez seeking asylum
32,183 Persons internally displaced in the Tillaberi region .

Operational Context The key situations include:

1. The Mali situation: began in 2012 with the outbreak of conflict in northern Mali. The regions of Tillaberi and Tahoua bordering Mali and hosting the majority of the refugees are increasingly affected by insecurity and terrorism. A State of Emergency was declared last year, and extended this year. There are currently 58,304 Malian refugees in Niger. UNHCR supports the socioeconomic integration of these refugees and the closure of the camps by the end of 2019 through urbanization and other programmes aimed at integration.

2. The Nigeria situation: began in 2013, with the arrival of the first Nigerian refugees across the border fleeing Boko Haram. The situation deteriorated with the first attacks in Niger territory in 2015. There are over 250,000 displaced persons in the region. The majority live in spontaneous sites or with the local population, while UNHCR manages one refugee camp, with 14,130 people.
An EU Trust Fund project is ongoing in Diffa region, aimed at supporting economic recovery and long term solutions through the construction of durable housing.

3. Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs): The displaced population in the Diffa region is extremely mixed, including refugees, IDPs and returnees. Efforts are underway to complete biometric registration of all displaced persons, including IDPs, who often face similar protection risks as refugees. However, the IDP situation in Niger has become more complex with increasing insecurity in the regions of Tillaberi and Tahoua, bordering Mali. In 2018, attacks and insecurity in the area have resulted in the internal displacement of at least 32,183 people (with a huge increase in Abala department this month). Protection monitoring, advocacy, capacity building and coordinated efforts with humanitarian actors are ongoing to ensure an adequate response to the situation.

4. Mixed Migration: Niger is a major crossroads of migratory movements northwards towards Libya,
Algeria and the Mediterranean. These migratory flows constitute mixed migration, including economic migrants as well as persons in need of international protection. In Agadez, UNHCR works to identify asylum seekers within the migratory flows and works with the government, as well as IOM and NGOs to provide these persons with information and assistance. 2,091 persons, mostly Sudanese, are currently profiled by UNHCR in Agadez. 25% are minors and 222 are unaccompanied or separated children. The situation has become more complex, with the addition of downward movements from Libya and Algeria. A new humanitarian centre is being built to accommodate and screen those seeking protection.

5. Emergency Transit Mechanism (ETM): This unique programme aims to provide life-saving protection, assistance and long-term solutions to extremely vulnerable refugees trapped in detention in Libya, through temporary evacuation to Niger. The aim is to deliver protection and identify durable solutions, including resettlement for these refugees, who are mainly Eritrean and Somalian. Their profiles mainly include survivors of torture or other forms of violence in the country of origin and/or transit countries (e.g. Libya) and others with compelling protection needs. Many of them are unaccompanied children (216) and women and girls at risk. To date, 1,536 people have been evacuated from Libya to Niger and a total of 399 individuals have departed for resettlement from Niger to France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Finland and Switzerland. Other countries offering resettlement places are Belgium, Canada, Germany, Norway the UK, and the USA.


          Visual Fox Pro > El archivo 'configbase.prg' no existe      Cache   Translate Page      
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Asunto: El archivo 'configbase.prg' no existe
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Hola, buenas: Tengo un sistema biometrico que registra las entradas y las salidas del personal a través de la huella dactilar, el problema es que cuando quiero agregar una nueva funcionalidad al sistema biometrico, por ejemplo, agregar un nuevo boton; al apretar el boton de "!" (compilacion) para que se compile y se guarde la modificación me aparece el siguiente mensaje: "El archivo 'configbase.prg' no existe". Si alguien me podría ayudar se lo agradecería. Gracias. Saludos

          Re: What do you guys think of the iPhone 10-S, 10-S Max and 10-R?      Cache   Translate Page      

The fact that they are using face recognition exclusively as the only means of verification is one of the dumbest things I ever heard. Samsung were smart when they came out with face recognition before apple... they added additional options to make it more secure so you could always turn it off and still have an alternative biometric way to unlock your phone. I am very glad I jumped ship after the iphone 6, as that series seems to be the last phone with any inovation coming from Apple.


          No Operator Can Make Or Update Aadhaar Unless Resident Himself Gives His Biometric: UIDAI On Software Hacking - The Logical Indian      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Future 10 Applications Of Biometrics      Cache   Translate Page      

Biometrics measure physical characteristics. It does three things match, scan and, recognize. It scans any body parts and then finds the identity of the citizen. Let’s look at the future applications of the biometrics. 1. Smart cards Smart cards can use biometrics either by using a biometrics sensor placed in the chip, around 145 million biometric cards would be used for payments in 2018. This biometric sensor will remove the usage of a PIN. The example of using biometrics sensor on a card is Aadhar card. 2. Wearables The growth of biometrics is slow. For authentication, some devices use ECG biometrics. Till now, the key use of wearable is for monitoring health. There will be a time where wearable will be mainly used for authentication also. 3. E-commerce E-commerce has made doing shopping very effortlessly. Just sitting at home, we can order anything from things to services. But, e-commerce has also brought some threat. To log in to an account, we use a password and a mail id. Hackers can hack it easily. The system cannot recognize who the logger is. So, to make the system more protective biometrics technology is going to be introduced in this department in the […]

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          Sep 20: New Technologies: What Lawyers Need to Know (In-Person CLE)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          IC designers gearing up to embrace biometric ID market boom      Cache   Translate Page      
IC design houses in Taiwan and China including Egis Technology (Egistec), Goodix Technology, FocalTech Systems and Silead Microelectronics are gearing up to upgrade and expand their offerings to better cash in on rapid increases in global demand for biometric identification chips, with their shipments of such products expected to surge in 2019, according to industry sources.
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The Super Rich of Silicon Valley Have a Doomsday Escape Plan in New Zealand

Young blood could be the secret to long-lasting health: study

Drinking young people’s blood could be the secret to long-lasting health, scientists claim

Pet Clones: On the Threshold of Cloning Humans?

Inside the Very Big, Very Controversial Business of Dog Cloning | Vanity Fair

 

SOPHIA MEDITATION

(54) Sophia Robot Meditation with Deepak Chopra - YouTube

Loving Sophia: Hanson Robotics is teaching robots how to connect to humans — Quartz

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TECHNOLOGY, ROBOTS, AI OH MY!

Amazon granted patent for workers in robot cages | Fox News

Artsy robot reproduces images by winding thread

This Hyper-Real Robot Will Cry and Bleed on Med Students | WIRED

Try not to be freaked out by this robot's eerily human expressions

AI robots can develop prejudices, just like us mere mortals

BrambleBee Robot Promises to Help Honeybees Pollinate Flowers | Digital Trends

AI detects ‘mysterious repeating’ signals from ‘alien galaxy’ 3 billion light years away — RT US News

Tommy Hilfiger embeds smart chips in new fashion line | Fox Business

Shape-shifting material can morph, reverse itself using heat, light

AI program detects dozens of ‘alien’ signals from far off galaxy

Forget Terrorism, Climate Change and Pandemics: Artificial Intelligence is The Biggest Threat to Humanity

If Artificial Intelligence Only Benefits a Select Few, Everyone Loses

Four questions Silicon Valley should expect from Capitol Hill - MIT Technology Review

 

CRYPTOCURRENCY AND B-B-B-BLOCK CHAIN

George Church’s genetics on the blockchain startup just raised $4.3 million from Khosla | TechCrunch

Cryptocurrencies Flash Crash; Bitcoin, Ethereum Plummet | Zero Hedge

 

SPACE/ALIEN/ETs/UFOs

Hark! The welcome return of Robbie Williams: alien conspiracy theorist

Four UFOs are spotted flying over US president's Scottish golf course | Daily Mail Online

UFO invasion: The truth is out there in Charlotte, North Carolina

 

“THE FOUR HORSEMEN of the TECHNOCALYPSE!”

Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin spaceship launches a double entendre – GeekWire

Gene Munster: Tesla must overhaul board right now

SpaceX's Shotwell reportedly says Musk 'lucid and capable' as ever

Elon Musk says humanity is trapped in real life MATRIX – and here’s why | Science | News | Express.co.uk

 

BIOMEDICAL/GENETICS/TRANSHUMANISM

It's Official, The Transhuman Era Has Begun

Appeals Court Upholds CRISPR Patent, Potentially Ending Bitter Dispute

CRISPR safety calls for cautious approach - The Washington Post

Nestle Wants Your DNA to Sell You Supplements - Bloomberg

Genetic-testing technology is progressing rapidly. The rules need to keep up. - The Washington Post

Cracking the sugar code: Why the “glycome” is the next big thing in health and medicine | Salon.com

Genes are key to academic success, study shows

Early results boost hopes for historic gene editing attempt

23andMe Data Suggests Genetic Link Between Cannabis Use and Schizophrenia

23andMe Cuts Off the DNA App Ecosystem It Created | WIRED

First genetically modified mosquitoes set to be released in Africa

Are Consumers Ready For Genetically Engineered Animals? Depends How You Ask

Genetic studies intend to help people with autism, not wipe them out | New Scientist

Brain Cancer's 'Immortality Switch' Turned Off with CRISPR

Genetic science is attempting to predict our fates. GWAS, explained. - Vox

The Ancient Genetic Component That Connects All of Humanity to a Single Ancestor

 

STORIES THAT DOVETAIL OTHER RESEARCH

Researchers 'teleport' a quantum gate

Study reveals the Great Pyramid of Giza can focus electromagnetic energy

Red Heifer Birth, Paves Way For Renewed Temple Service

The Last of the Universe’s Ordinary Matter Has Been Found | Quanta Magazine

 

CONSPIRACY THEORIES AND SOMETIMES FACTS!

Roger Waters: Propaganda Is Keeping Voters Asleep Like Orwellian Sheep | Neon Nettle

“People’s Heads Are Blowing Up”: As Fox News Installs a Meditation Room, Staffers Worry the Conservative Network Is Going Full Woke | Vanity Fair

This Is an Actual Thing: Hillary Clinton to Appear at 'Lesbians Who Tech' Convention This Coming Week

Russia 'tried to spy on France in space' - French minister - BBC News

Over a dozen men who were near Ground Zero after 9/11 have breast cancer | abc7ny.com

Japan to “drop tanks” full of Fukushima nuclear waste directly into the ocean

A Trail of ‘Bread Crumbs,’ Leading Conspiracy Theorists Into the Wilderness - The New York Times

'Remodelling the lizard people's lair': Denver airport trolls conspiracy theorists | US news | The Guardian

JPMorgan says next crisis will feature flash crashes and social unrest

New Biometric Exit Boarding System Technology Unveiled at Washington Dulles International Airport

JFK's Quarantined Airplane: Why Were People Sick? - The Atlantic

A Trail of ‘Bread Crumbs,’ Leading Conspiracy Theorists Into the Wilde

Three Hours Up Close With Alex Jones of Infowars - The New York Times

THE UNSEEN REALM

Spiritual-warfare expert: ‘Demonic component’ to divided U.S.

How to Recognize Demonic Activity in the Church Scandals, According to an Exorcist

Leading U.S. Exorcist Says Catholic Church Sex Abuse Scandal is Demonic and Likely to Get Worse Before it Gets Better

 

SOCIAL MEDIA/GOOGLE/AMAZON

Popular Mac App Adware Doctor Actually Acts Like Spyware | WIRED

Google's leftist gaggle: 90 percent of employee donations go to fund Democrats - Washington Times

Twitter admits ‘unfairly filtering 600,000 accounts,’ but says it’s not politically motivated - National | Globalnews.ca

Facebook definition of terrorism helps states mute dissent: U.N. expert | Reuters

Facebook’s ‘Rosetta’ system helps the company understand memes | TechCrunch

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New Global Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Players Market 2023 Report Covers market forecast and top Companies like Safran, 3M Cogent, Crossmatch, Suprema, HID Global and others.

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/11/2018 -- Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Market will register a 4.0% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 1450 million by 2023, from US$ 1150 million in 2017.

Fingerprint biometrics machine is a security identification and authentication device through fingerprint recognition. In this report, fingerprint biometrics machines include single finger and multi-finger, in applications such as government, banking and finance, travel and migration, criminal and others.

As for the global fingerprint biometrics machine industry, the industry structure is relatively dispensable. The top three manufacturers have 16.30% revenue market share in 2015. The France giant Safran, which has 7.32% market share in 2015, is the leader in the fingerprint biometrics machine industry. The manufacturers following Safran are 3M Cogent and Crossmatch, which respectively has 4.91% and 4.07% market share globally. The ZKTeco is the leader of China fingerprint biometrics machine industry. It sells a total of 3.58 million dollar fingerprint biometrics machine products in the year of 2015.

The downstream industries of fingerprint biometrics machine products are government, banking and finance, travel, migration and criminal. In the recent years, with the rising awareness of security, the enlargement of commercial spending and unsolved high rate of criminal, the consumption increase of fingerprint biometrics machine will be obvious. There is a huge potential need for the fingerprint biometrics machine. In the foreseeable future, the fingerprint biometrics machine products will show an optimistic upward trend.

Although sales of fingerprint biometrics machine products bring a lot of opportunities, the study group recommends the new entrants who just have money but without technical advantage, raw materials advantage and downstream support, do not enter into the fingerprint biometrics machine field hastily.

Over the next five years, Study projects that Fingerprint Biometrics Machine will register a 4.0% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 1450 million by 2023, from US$ 1150 million in 2017.

This report studies the global market, especially in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa, focuses on the top 5 players in each region, with sales, price, revenue and market share from 2013 to 2018, the top players:
Safran
3M Cogent
Crossmatch
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HID Global
NEC
Dermalog Identification Systems
M2SYS Technology
Northrop Grumman
Green Bit
Bio-key
ZKTeco
Integrated Biometrics

Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with sales, revenue, market share of top players in these regions, from 2013 to 2018 (forecast), like
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Korea)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy and Russia etc.)
South America (Brazil, Chile, Peru and Argentina)
Middle East and Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia)

Split by Product Types, with sales, revenue, price, market share of each type, can be divided into
Single Finger
Multi Finger

Split by applications, this report focuses on sales, market share and growth rate in each application, can be divided into
Government
Banking and Finance
Travel and Migration
Criminal
Others

Spanning over 143 pages "Forecast of Global Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Players Market 2023" report covers Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Market Overview, Global Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Sales, Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Players, Global Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Sales, Revenue (Value) by Regions, Type and Application (2013-2018), North America Top 5 Players Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Sales, Revenue and Price, Europe Top 5 Players Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Sales, Revenue and Price, Asia-Pacific Top 5 Players Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Sales, Revenue and Price, South America Top 5 Players Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Sales, Revenue and Price, Middle East & Africa Top 5 Players Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Sales, Revenue and Price, Global Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Players Profiles/Analysis, Global Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Market Forecast (2018-2023), Fingerprint Biometrics Machine Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers, Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders, Market Effect Factors Analysis, Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) -- and its growing impact on and applicability for individuals and businesses alike -- is one of today’s most widely discussed topics. From virtual assistants like Siri and Alexa,to chatbots created by Facebook and Drift , AI is having a significant impact on the lives of consumers.

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A study from Statista showed that the number of consumers using virtual assistants worldwide is expected to exceed one billion in 2018. Additionally, a 2018 survey by Accenture projected that 37 percent of U.S. consumers will own a digital voice assistant (DVA) device by the end of 2018.

It is readily apparent how AI-powered technology is making inroads into everyday life through DVAs and other consumer products, but AI is also having a transformative effect on an industry that impacts virtually all consumers and businesses: banking. Here are five ways that AI is already transforming the banking industry.

Customer service automation

As natural language processing technology evolves, consumers find it increasingly difficult to distinguish between a voice bot and a human customer service representative. This stems from improved abilities on the part of voice and chatbots to resolve customer issues without human intervention.

The benefits to banks of customer service automation are obvious: AIcould lead to significant cost reductions. A recent study by Autonomous predicted that AI could lead to 1.2 million jobs being cut in the banking and lending industry, resulting in up to $450 billion in industrysavings by 2030.

Despite the potential rewards customer service automation promises, banks and other businesses need to proceed with caution in relying too heavily on voice and chatbots. The popularity of GetHuman illustrates this: It'sa website that connects consumers with human CSRs to resolve their issue. In fact, voice and chatbots often work best when augmenting rather than replacing humans. At a minimum, the option to speak to a human, if necessary, should be readily available.

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Want an example of how banks are creatively employing AI to serve customers? The Swiss bank UBS, ranked number 35 globally for its volume of assets, according to Accuity’s August 2018 global bank rankings --has partnered with Amazon to incorporate its “ Ask UBS ” service into Alexa-powered Echo speaker devices.

Ask UBS, which is aimed at UBS’s European wealth management clients, enables users to receive wide-ranging advice and analysis on global financial marketsjust by “asking” Alexa. “Ask UBS” also acts as a teaching resource, offering definitions and examples of acronyms and jargon related to the financial industry.

While Ask UBS can make a call from a UBS financial advisor to a customer’s phone upon request, it is not yet able to access individual portfolios, execute trades or perform other transactions; it can'toffer personalized advice based on a client’s holdings and goals. According to the Wall Street Journal , the reason is primarily security and privacy concerns. More in-depth and personalized service through a DVA may not be far off, though. In the article, a UBS spokesman stated that the company's aim isto make “Ask UBS” and similar tools “secure, compliant, and trustable for clients.”

Personalization

Banks have access to a wealth of customer data, including detailed demographics, website analyticsand records of online and offline transactions. By utilizing machine learning to integrate and analyze information from multiple, discrete databases to form a 360-degree customer view, banks are better positioned to personalize products, servicesand interactions based on the behavior of individual clients.

According to James Eardley , global director of industry marketing for enterprise software giant SAP, “The next step within the digital service model is for banks to price for the individual, and to negotiate that price in real time, taking personalization to the ultimate level.”

While personalized pricing of this kind may only become prevalent in the future, banks are already utilizingAI-processed behavioral data to advise individual clients on appropriate credit and savings products, based on their goals and habits. Santander, the world’s 14th largest bank , measured by its current assets, even hosted a competition , with a prize of $60,000, on the machine learning crowdsourcing site Kaggle , encouraging data scientists to write code that better “pairs products with people.”

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In the banking and payments industry, personalization extends far beyond marketing and product customization,into security. A growing number of banks are utilizing biometric data, like fingerprints, to replace or augment passwords and other forms of client verification.

A report by Goode Intelligence forecast that 1.9 billion bank customers will be using some form of biometric identification by 2021. The Guardian reported that U.K. bank Halifax even experimented with Bluetooth wristbands that identified a client’s unique heartbeat to authenticate account access.

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  • China is placing its Uighur ethnic minority under an unprecedented amount of surveillance and scrutiny.
  • One new tool of the authorities are QR codes which go on Uighurs' front doors. The codes contain personal information.
  • The codes have also been attached to kitchen knives owned by Uighurs, which appears to be in case the knives are used as weapons.
  • Rights groups have accused Beijing of imprisoning up to 1 million Uighurs in detention and indoctrination camps, and citing bogus excuses for doing so.

China is tracking members of its Uighur ethnic minority by installing scannable QR codes on their front doors, according to a new report.

Beijing has been coming under increasing international scrutiny over its treatment of the Uighurs, a majority-Muslim Turkic population living in the western region of Xinjiang.

Over the past year China has installed 40,000 facial-recognition cameras across the region, forced Uighurs to download an app that monitors their cellphone activity, and built databases of DNA samples and fingerprints to keep track of people.

The surveillance measures don't stop there.

Officials in some localities have started putting QR codes — a type of two-dimensional barcode — containing Uighurs' personal information next to their front doors, Human Rights Watch reported on Monday.

A Uighur who left Xinjiang in 2017, identified by the pseudonym Nurmuhemmet, told Human Rights Watch earlier this year: "Every ... home, where one enters, there's a QR code. Then every two days or every day, the cadres come and scan the QR code, so they know how many people live here."

Beijing justifies its surveillance and crackdown in Xinjiang as preventing terrorism, and has repeatedly accused militant Uighurs of starting terrorist attacks across the country since at least the mid-1990s.

Read more: How a Chinese region that accounts for just 1.5% of the population became one of the most intrusive police states in the world

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Over the past few years, Chinese authorities have also forced Xinjiang residents to put QR codes on household tools that could be used as weapons.

These include kitchen knives and craft knives, and the codes link to the owners' ID card numbers, Human Rights Watch said.

By scanning the code, authorities can immediately see residents' identities, contact information, and how many potentially dangerous tools they own, according to a news report from the city of Korla, Xinjiang, which HRW cited.

The Wall Street Journal's Josh Chin reported last December that a knife salesman in Aksu, a city in northwest Xinjiang, had to install a machine to turn a customer's ID card number, photo, ethnicity, and home address into a QR code.

The code then had to be lasered onto the blade of any knife he sold.

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China is accused of imprisoning up to 1 million Uighurs, with former detainees and witnesses describing scenes of physical and psychological torture in the camps.

Authorities have cited a slew of seemingly bogus excuses for locking people up. One man was detained for being a terrorist suspect because he set his watch to a different time from Beijing, according to a former detainee.

Beijing has denied that internment camps exist, but acknowledged that it has a program of "resettlement" for people it considers extremists.

Earlier this week China told the UN's human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, to "respect China's sovereignty" after she called on it to allow international monitors into Xinjiang.

Read more: What it's like inside the internment camps China uses to oppress its Muslim minority, according to people who've been there

SEE ALSO: Why the Muslim world isn't saying anything about China’s repression and 'cultural cleansing' of its downtrodden Muslim minority

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Last year, Apple introduced a 'revolutionary' new iPhone X as if it were a futuristic concept car—alongside the more typical, incremental advancements of iPhone 8. The new X was intended to show off Apple's vision for the future of mobile devices ...
Apple's big September event was one of the most disappointing iPhone launches in recent memoryBusiness Insider
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          Comment on New Zealand’s .Nz namespace gets preliminary injuction against DomainTools by Mark      Cache   Translate Page      
lol If you enter into an agreement and are told one thing and they misrepresent themselves, then as an FTC director put it.... "Facebook’s long history of privacy hostility should make that plain to any thinking person"... https://techcrunch.com/2018/04/10/a-brief-history-of-facebooks-privacy-hostility-ahead-of-zuckerbergs-testimony/ or as the EU put it... https://www.biometricupdate.com/201807/facebook-faces-allegations-of-privacy-violations-and-manipulating-consent-for-facial-recognition and the list goes on almost endlessly, then people do have a right to complain and most assuredly come under the classification of "sleazy" Ok ?
          DCI Design Communications Named as Top Hospitality NEC Partner      Cache   Translate Page      
GARDEN CITY, N.Y., Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- DCI Design Communications (DCI), a leading provider of high-speed Internet access, data, hosted and on premise voice solutions and phones, and unified communications solutions, achieved the Top Hospitality Dealer in North America for NEC Corporation of America (NEC), a leading provider and integrator of advanced IT, communications, networking and biometric solutions. The award was presented at the June 2018 Advantage Executive Conference, which is an annual event hosted by NEC, attracting top performing integrators and partners as well as IT and communications consultants.
          UC San Diego researchers unveil non-touch optical technology for infant fingerprinting      Cache   Translate Page      
University of California San Diego researchers have unveiled their non-touch optical capture device for newborn fingerprinting, which they say can...
          Coalition supporting September 16 as International Identity Day reaches 40 groups      Cache   Translate Page      
The push for September 16 to be recognized as International Identity Day is continuing to gain momentum with 40 stakeholder...
          Ohsung Electronics integrates IDEX fingerprint sensor into remote controller      Cache   Translate Page      
IDEX announced today that its contact-based fingerprint sensor for biometric cards has been integrated into a remote controller by Ohsung...
          SensibleVision brings its mobile face authentication solution to India      Cache   Translate Page      
SensibleVision this week announced the availiability of its artificial intelligence (AI) driven face authentication solution to the Indian market. SensibleVision...
          Scotland proposes Biometric Data Bill to establish new commissioner and law enforcement regulations      Cache   Translate Page      
The Scottish Government has called for the appointment of a biometrics commissioner for the country and included a plan to...
          Health Screener / Mobile Phlebotomist - eHealthScreenings - A Premise Health Company - Evanston, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Android Police talks Apple: The biometric gap, shifting affordability, and Watch envy      Cache   Translate Page      

Last year, Apple's iPhone X literally changed how the company's customers used their phones, dropping such steadfast design choices as the home button and fingerprint sensor in pursuit of that all-screen dream. Yesterday's announcement wasn't as shocking, but it did democratize 2017's changes with the new, more affordable iPhone XR. In its own way, Apple is set yet again to change how its customers use its phones by delivering most of its flagship features at a new, more palatable price.

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          Security and Privacy Enhancement for Outsourced Biometric Identification. (arXiv:1809.04219v1 [cs.CR])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Kai Zhou, Jian Ren

A lot of research has been focused on secure outsourcing of biometric identification in the context of cloud computing. In such schemes, both the encrypted biometric database and the identification process are outsourced to the cloud. The ultimate goal is to protect the security and privacy of the biometric database and the query templates. Security analysis shows that previous schemes suffer from the enrolment attack and unnecessarily expose more information than needed. In this paper, we propose a new secure outsourcing scheme aims at enhancing the security from these two aspects. First, besides all the attacks discussed in previous schemes, our proposed scheme is also secure against the enrolment attack. Second, we model the identification process as a fixed radius similarity query problem instead of the kNN search problem. Such a modelling is able to reduce the exposed information thus enhancing the privacy of the biometric database. Our comprehensive security and complexity analysis show that our scheme is able to enhance the security and privacy of the biometric database and query templates while maintaining the same computational savings from outsourcing.


          Thermal Features for Presentation Attack Detection in Hand Biometrics. (arXiv:1809.04364v1 [cs.CV])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Ewelina Bartuzi, Mateusz Trokielewicz

This paper proposes a method for utilizing thermal features of the hand for the purpose of presentation attack detection (PAD) that can be employed in a hand biometrics system's pipeline. By envisaging two different operational modes of our system, and by employing a DCNN-based classifiers fine-tuned with a dataset of real and fake hand representations captured in both visible and ther- mal spectrum, we were able to bring two important deliverables. First, a PAD method operating in an open-set mode, capable of correctly discerning 100% of fake thermal samples, achieving Attack Presentation Classification Error Rate (APCER) and Bona-Fide Presentation Classification Error Rate (BPCER) equal to 0%, which can be easily implemented into any existing system as a separate component. Second, a hand biometrics system operating in a closed-set mode, that has PAD built right into the recognition pipeline, and operating simultaneously with the user-wise classification, achieving rank-1 recognition accuracy of up to 99.75%. We also show that thermal images of the human hand, in addition to liveness features they carry, can also improve classification accuracy of a biometric system, when coupled with visible light images. To follow the reproducibility guidelines and to stimulate further research in this area, we share the trained model weights, source codes, and a newly created dataset of fake hand representations with interested researchers.


          Study Outlines Business Case for Biometrics       Cache   Translate Page      

Research from Goode Intelligence sets out the qualitative and quantitative basis for the return on investment from the use of biometric authentication.


          Fifth Amendment’s Application To Encryption and Biometric Information      Cache   Translate Page      
In this article, we plan to discuss the Fifth Amendment implications of requirements to digitally identify oneself, for example by facial or thumbprint recognition. The spread of data-encryption services has made the retrieval of information more difficult for law enforcement officials.  Over half the attempts the FBI made to unlock devices in 2017, for example, […]
          Biometrics as a Service Market Outlook, Opportunity and Demand Analysis, Forecast 2018-2025      Cache   Translate Page      
(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 13, 2018 ) The Global Biometrics as a Service Market was valued at USD 698 million in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 6,909.81 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 29.01% from 2017 to 2025. Biometrics is a security system, used...
          BIOMETRICCHECK.COM      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Tutto quello che Apple non ha annunciato il 12 settembre      Cache   Translate Page      

Tutto quello che Apple non ha annunciato il 12 settembre

Con l’evento Gather Round conclusosi nella serata del 12 settembre, Apple ha presentato ufficialmente iPhone XS, il fratello maggiore iPhone XS Max e il minore iPhone XR, affiancati da un Apple Watch 4 che ancora una volta concentra la maggior parte delle novità sulla salute dell’utente.

Chi si aspettava però un nuovo iPad Pro, la basetta di ricarica AirPower o nuovi Mac probabilmente è rimasto deluso, ma non è ancora detta l’ultima parola. Sappiamo infatti che Apple ci sta lavorando e se manterrà le tradizioni, con tutta probabilità fisserà un nuovo evento per il mese di ottobre. Ecco cosa è mancato ieri sera ma che potrebbe arrivare a breve.

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iPad Pro 2018

Tutto quello che Apple non ha annunciato il 12 settembre

iPad Pro 2018 lo nominiamo per primo ed è il dispositivo di cui ad oggi conosciamo più dettagli. Sappiamo infatti che Apple starebbe lavorando ad una nuova generazione che si ispira per design ad iPhone X, dotati perciò di cornici più sottili e pronti a dare l’addio al tasto Home, in favore dell’implementazione di Face ID anche sui tablet della Mela.

Ma se è vero che i nuovi iPhone XS/Max/XR sono costretti a deformare le linee dello schermo per raccogliere tutti i sensori biometrici all’interno di una tacca, il codice di iOS 12 svelerebbe che i nuovi iPad Pro riuscirebbero nell’intento di portare il Face ID sul tablet senza compromettere lo spazio del display, che manterrà così cornici sottili e lineari.

Apple parrebbe aver deciso di riposizionare lo Smart Connector, tagliando così le gambe a tutti gli accessori di terze parti (e non) attualmente esistenti e rendendo poco chiaro il modo in cui intenderà utilizzarlo.

Sparisce poi il jack audio per le cuffie, mentre per quanto riguarda le dimensioni dei display, si vociferano diagonali da 11’’ e 12.9’’. Niente schermo OLED però, almeno per quest’anno. Il motivo? Costi elevati e problemi di produzione.

Mac mini

Tutto quello che Apple non ha annunciato il 12 settembre

Non viene aggiornato dal 2011, ma quest’anno sembra quello buono. I fan dello scatolotto con la Mela saranno felici di sapere che Apple starebbe appunto lavorando ad un nuovo modello, che per specifiche hardware dovrebbe attirare l’attenzione degli utenti professionali.

Purtroppo le informazioni a riguardo sono davvero poche, se non che dovrebbe includere nuove opzioni di archiviazione ed un processore che, proprio per la fascia di mercato su cui si posiziona, dovrebbe far lievitare il prezzo rispetto all’ultima generazione esistente.

MacBook Air “economico”

Tutto quello che Apple non ha annunciato il 12 settembre

Bisogna sempre stare attenti e mettere le virgolette quando si accosta la parola “economico” al marchio “Apple”. Ne è una conferma iPhone XR, che è sì economico rispetto ai fratelli maggiori - a partire da 1.189 euro per iPhone XS - ma se si guarda alla storia degli iPhone, costa più di iPhone 8 al lancio (839 euro iPhone 8 ieri contro 889 euro iPhone XR oggi).

Eppure sappiate che nella timeline di Apple c’è la volontà di sostituire il “quasi-obsoleto” MacBook Air 13’’ con un nuovo modello che manterrà il prezzo più basso su tutta la linea di portatili Apple.

Anche qui poche le informazioni ad oggi in circolazione: sempre schermo da 13’’ ma di tipo Retina e con un design simile all’Air che va a sostituire ma con cornici più sottili. Non è chiaro come Apple distinguerà questo modello dalla linea MacBook 12 ma se è vero che manterrà lo stesso design, con molta probabilità la serie 12 resterà ancora la più leggera (e giustificando così il prezzo più alto).

Per quanto riguarda il processore c’è una buona probabilità che integreranno i nuovi chip Whisky Lake presentati da Intel ad agosto mentre per quanto riguarda il prezzo, voci piuttosto attendibili puntano ad un modello base che costerà meno di 1000 dollari (c’è chi azzarda un “a partire da 799 dollari”).

MacBook 12

Tutto quello che Apple non ha annunciato il 12 settembre

Ovviamente è lecito aspettarsi anche un upgrade del MacBook 12, ad oggi il laptop Apple più leggero e sottile. Il potenziamento previsto punta ai processori Intel serie Y annunciati lo scorso mese, che promettono maggiori performance e minor consumo di energia, quindi la caratteristica principale dovrebbe essere più potenza e maggiore autonomia. Al momento, questo è tutto quel che sappiamo a riguardo.

iMac

Tutto quello che Apple non ha annunciato il 12 settembre

iMac è un altro dispositivo mancato all’evento di ieri e di cui al momento non sono circolate voci in proposito ad un eventuale upgrade, anche se è nella lista degli aggiornabili. C’è da dire che Apple ha aggiornato la linea regolarmente quindi un eventuale aggiornamento potrebbe essere nella sua tabella di marcia. Cosa ci possiamo aspettare? Sicuramente processori Intel di ottava generazione, una migliore GPU e magari l’adozione del chip T2 che abbiamo visto negli ultimi iMac Pro e MacBook Pro.

AirPower

Tutto quello che Apple non ha annunciato il 12 settembre

Airpower è un gadget che un po’ ci si aspettava di vedere alle battute finali del Keynote, anche solo per dire “Hey, esiste ancora e ve lo facciamo comprare dal…”, eppure Apple non solo non lo ha neppure mostrato in una fotografia, ma aggiornando il sito web lo ha rimosso praticamente da quasi tutte le schede in cui era presente fino a quel momento. Era stato presentato esattamente lo scorso anno e fino a pochi giorni fa alla voce disponibilità trovavamo scritto «Nel 2018» mentre adesso un più generico «Non ancora disponibile» toglie ogni speranza su un possibile lancio entro l’anno.

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          Biometrics as a Service Market Outlook, Opportunity and Demand Analysis, Forecast 2018-2025      Cache   Translate Page      
(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 13, 2018 ) The Global Biometrics as a Service Market was valued at USD 698 million in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 6,909.81 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 29.01% from 2017 to 2025. Biometrics is a security system, used for the identification of the employees...
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Hola German, buenas:

El archivo si existe, el mismo se encuentra dentro de la carpeta 'PROG' del proyecto. En verdad no entiendo que es lo que esta pasando.
El sistema biometrico que poseo, que registra las entradas y las salidas del personal a través de la huella dactilar, presenta el problema que cuando quiero agregar una nueva funcionalidad al sistema biometrico, por ejemplo, agregar un nuevo boton; al apretar el boton de "!"
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Hola Plinio, buenas:

El archivo si existe, se encuentra dentro de la carpeta 'PROG'; pero no entiendo que es lo que esta pasando.

El sistema biometrico que poseo, que registra las entradas y las salidas del personal a través de la huella dactilar, presenta el problema que cuando quiero agregar una nueva funcionalidad al sistema biometrico, por ejemplo, agregar un nuevo boton; al apretar el boton de "!" (compilacion) para que se compile y se guarde la modif...

Publicado el 13 de Septiembre del 2018 por Gerardo

          Comment on Android Police talks Apple: The biometric gap, shifting affordability, and Watch envy by T4rd      Cache   Translate Page      
You put put on your big boy pants and put in your pin/pattern or slide your hand underneath to unlock and then complain about how painful that was on the internet in order to justify your trivial phone preferences of course.
          Comment on Android Police talks Apple: The biometric gap, shifting affordability, and Watch envy by ScottColbert      Cache   Translate Page      
The willful ignorance in your comment is astounding.
          Comment on Android Police talks Apple: The biometric gap, shifting affordability, and Watch envy by T4rd      Cache   Translate Page      
Ok, but the rest of your comment was incoherent. Fingerprint scanner is easier to use in most situations regardless so I don't see the point in even bothering with any face unlock method.
          P.A.: al via le impronte digitali per i furbetti del cartellino      Cache   Translate Page      
di Redazione – Al via la rilevazione biometrica delle presenze dei lavoratori della P.A. E' una delle misure contenute nel ddl concretezza varato oggi dal Consiglio dei ministri. Leggi Ddl concretezza approvato: cosa prevede "Non è un provvedimento punitivo", ha detto il ministro della Pa, Giulia Bongiorno, illustrando il provvedimento che, ha puntualizzato, punta "a contrastare i furbetti del cartellino". Leggi anche Lavoro: impronte digitali per contrastare i furbetti del cartellino Vuoi restare aggiornato su questo argomento? Seguici anche su Facebook e iscriviti alla newsletter ...
          You Can Withdraw Money, Pay Bills With New National E-ID Card - NIMC      Cache   Translate Page      

The national electronic identity card can be used to withdraw, do other financial transactions including paying bills, the National Identity Management Commission has told Nigerians.

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), says that the national electronic identity card can be used for money transactions and other national benefits.

Mr Loveday Ogbonna, Head, Corporate Communications, said this in an interview with newsmenon Wednesday in Abuja.

Ogbonna said that the National e-ID Card, which combines a proof of identity and access to financial services, would make it possible for Nigerians to receive a universally accepted identity card.

According to him, it will enable Nigerians gain access to formal financial services.

“The card at the point of collection if activated could be used for financial transaction around the world and even on any master card platform, verve and others.

“There is a provision in the system that enables you to load any amount of money you want into the card through ATM or POS.

“The bank we are using now is UBA, other banks will still come on board and at the point of collecting the card, the payment outlet is activated to enable you use it for financial transaction.

“Money can be paid into that card and money can also be withdrawn on any ATM anywhere around the world.

“You can also make purchase online, subscribe for DSTV, POS payment, and check balance and others.

“All you need do is to approach any UBA bank and request them to load the card with any amount of money that you want,’ ’ he said.

Ogbonna also said that the commission was collaborating with other relevant agencies or organisations to have a central data collection point as directed by the Vice president.

He noted that the integration of relevant agencies in the data collection would enhance proper documentation and reduce stress for the people.

“The directive is to get all data collection agencies to integrate data so that one does not need to give his or her biometrics to different government organisations.

“Every other government agencies is allowed to collect data and then send to the NIMC department for identity database.

“But the agencies are also allowed to do their functional assignments, we are not stopping them.

“What NIMC is established to do is foundational identity and that is to be done in collaboration with Nigerian Population Commission (NPC) and other agencies like CBN,’’ he said.
          Ohsung Electronics integrates IDEX fingerprint sensor into remote controller      Cache   Translate Page      
IDEX announced today that its contact-based fingerprint sensor for biometric cards has been integrated into a remote controller by Ohsung...
          Scotland proposes Biometric Data Bill to establish new commissioner and law enforcement regulations      Cache   Translate Page      
The Scottish Government has called for the appointment of a biometrics commissioner for the country and included a plan to...
          New Zealand Privacy Commissioner suggests biometric app over date of birth for voter authentication      Cache   Translate Page      
New Zealand’s Privacy Commissioner has panned a plan to use date of birth as a way of authenticating online voters,...


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