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The Motiv Ring keeps your online accounts secure

The Motiv Ring keeps your online accounts secure

The new Motiv ring isn’t a run-of-the-mill fitness tracker that tracks just your daytime activity. It also provides security to your online accounts through a two-factor authentication system. T... Read more

Body Cameras burst into flames; NYPD affected

Body Cameras burst into flames; NYPD affected

Body cameras have been an important security upgrade for the officers of the New York City Police Department. The Department has an aim to test and ensure every officer has a camera-enabled outfit by ... Read more

Twilio and Stripe announces Twilio Pay for payments over the phone

Twilio and Stripe announces Twilio Pay for payments over the phone

Twilio partners with Stripe to release Twilio Pay – a product that allows secure payments to take place over telephone calls. Twilio’s existing programmable voice customers are required to... Read more

Smart doorbell with wide-angle camera from SimpliSafe

Smart doorbell with wide-angle camera from SimpliSafe

In the era of smart homes and connected devices, here comes another product from SimpliSafe. SimpliSafe Video Doorbell Pro that are smart standalone doorbells with wide-angle cameras, motion detectors... Read more

Shanghai Airport to do check-ins using Facial Recognition technology

Shanghai Airport to do check-ins using Facial Recognition technology

Shanghai Airport has introduced self-service kiosks at that will allow passengers to do their security clearance, flight and baggage check-in, and boarding using facial recognition technology. Shangha... Read more

Another fraud? Movie Pass parent company under investigation

Another fraud? Movie Pass parent company under investigation

Helios and Matheson, the parent company that launched Movie Pass has come under investigation under the New York Attorney General’s office. The reason? Fraud concerns over misleading investors. ... Read more

Older TLS standards 1.0 and 1.1 are nearing doomsday

Older TLS standards 1.0 and 1.1 are nearing doomsday

All major browsers including Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Internet Explorer and Safari have decided to drop support for older versions 1.0 and 1.1 of the TLS online security protocol. The two-decade-old TLS... Read more