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2014-12-29 12:23:03

CLEAR's biometric secure identity platform now used over two million times with new airports and platform expansions in place NEW YORK, Dec.

2014-12-22 08:30:38

Customers to Achieve Secure, Biometric Touch Fingerprint Area Sensing on High-performance Touchscreens SAN JOSE, Calif., and GOTHENBURG, Sweden, Dec.

2014-12-22 08:27:27

Apollo Robbins to Demonstrate How Easily Your Wallet is Stolen and How Wocket Protects You from Identity Theft SHELTON, Conn., Dec. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NXT-ID, Inc.

2014-12-19 23:07:53

Speech Technology Magazine cites SpeechPro in "Voice Biometrics Consensus" New York, NY (PRWEB) December 19, 2014 In a report published by

2014-12-18 23:08:05

Biometric Fingerprint Authentication for Virtually All Mobile Devices - No Additional Hardware Required Birmingham, Alabama (PRWEB) December 18, 2014

2014-12-17 23:06:09

Global Biometrics Technology Market will be worth $24.59 billion by 2020 according to latest report published by Grand View Research, Inc.

2014-12-16 16:24:43

DENVER, Dec. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Automation is fundamentally transforming the travel experience and nowhere is this more evident than at international borders.

2014-12-16 08:31:07

Clinically validated technology brings highly accurate, comprehensive biometric data to wearable products being showcased at CES 2015 RALEIGH, N.C., Dec.


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Biometrics
2012-05-08 15:11:26

Biometrics is a journal published by the International Biometric Society. It was originally published under the title Biometrics Bulletin when established in 1945. It dropped the Bulletin from its name in 1947. RA Fisher, a notable contributor to the journal, was honored with a memorial edition published in 1964. The journal publishes articles on the application of statistics and mathematics to biological sciences. It has received a ranking of fifth overall of 40 statistics journals,...

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