Posts Tagged ‘Face Unlock’

Google is to fix Pixel 4 Face Unlock with eye detection via a software update in a few months. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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Facial recognition, although used by security firms and law enforcement around the world, is pretty rare in consumer society, and the only time gadgets tend to get any sort of face-spotting technology is in the sci-fi movies. Of course, the jailbreak and root communities have tried – in part – to implement something like facial recognition to our beloved smartphones and tablet, but I think you’ll agree with me when I say most, if not all of them have been pretty poor.

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Whenever large companies like Google, Apple or Microsoft take the opportunity to make major revisions to their mobile operating systems, they always implement a number of headline grabbing features that show the update is worthy of a new name or version number. In most circumstances, the announced improvements are generally on the feature side, and although they add a whole host of behind-the-scenes additions, this isn’t really what the end-user wants to read about. Regardless of new features, mobile device security is something that is extremely important to all users regardless of whether it is their first priority or not.

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