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Technology Your Body Could Be The Most Secure Password

New technologies are being developed to let people seamlessly unlock and control the devices around them using their biometric signals

Technology Twitter Bot Will Warn You If You Are A Troll

An online tool developed out of Intel's Hack Harassment movement helps filter out or notify cyber bullies

Technology Password-Free Wi-Fi Could Make Our Connected Homes More Secure

Small businesses, say bye to Wi-Fi leechers thanks to this wireless technology

Grocery, Convenience & Supermarket PSFK Pulse: Pay for Your Amazon Outfit With a MasterCard Selfie

Kickstart your day with new fashion lines and a novel payment login

Advertising Why Behavior Can Be the Most Secure Password

Neil Costigan, CEO of Behaviosec, discusses new technologies that are being developed to better secure our online identities

Home Protect Your Identity With Devices That Read Your Emotions

New technologies are going beyond traditional user inputs to deliver a highly-individualized and secure user experience

Retail How Ephemeral Encryption Can Bolster Data Security

Security measures are incorporating a dynamic layer encryption to make your data even safer

Technology Yahoo Radically Rethinks the Login Process by Eliminating Passwords

With the release of its Account Key feature, the re-emerging internet giant gets one step closer to its aim of a password-free future

Design Let's See if Hackers Can Spare the 6.4 Quadrillion Years Needed to Hack You Now

German startup JAR is developing hack-proof hardware to replace passwords

Innovation The Ten Trends That Will Dominate 2015

Our crystal ball tells us what to look forward to in the year to come

Video Eye Scanner May Replace Password Logins

Myris by Eyelock, Inc. lets you use your "eyeprint" to log in

Advertising Your Friend's Face Is The Best Protection Against Hackers

Facelock replaces traditional passwords and protects data with a face recognition system.

Design 10 Stories You Need To Know Today

Password hackers explore new boundaries and the BBC launches Playlister while Brits waste 5.5 days per year to slow computers.

Technology Unexplainable Unconscious Passwords Cannot Be Compromised

Researchers are developing a new security approach that relies on implicit, repetitive learning.