Hi Friends,

Even as I launch this today ( my 80th Birthday ), I realize that there is yet so much to say and do.

There is just no time to look back, no time to wonder,"Will anyone read these pages?"

With regards,
Hemen Parekh
27 June 2013

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Closing in on BHIM V 4.0 !



Of course , it is a matter of time before NPCI launches Voice Activated version of their Mobile Wallet BHIM , as described in  :







How soon , can be guessed by the following report in Times of India ( 05 July ) :


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Your face may be the next safe password

Apple Inc. is working on a feature that will let you unlock your iPhone using your face instead of a fingerprint.


For its redesigned iPhone, set to go on sale later this year, Apple is testing an improved security system that allows users to log in, authenticate payments, and launch secure apps by scanning their face, according to people familiar with the product.


This is powered by a new 3-D sensor, added the people, who asked not to be identified discussing technology that’s still in development. The company is also testing eye-scanning to augment the system, one of the people said.


The sensor’s speed and accuracy are focal points of the feature.


It can scan a user’s face and unlock the iPhone within a few hundred milliseconds, the person said.


It is designed to work EVEN IF THE DEVICE IS LAYING FLAT ON A TABLE, rather than just close up to the face.


The feature is still being tested and may not appear with the new device. However, the intent is for it to replace the Touch ID fingerprint scanner, according to the person.


Apple is not the first to use different forms of biometric authentication. In its latest phones, Samsung included iris scanners that let users unlock their phones and make payments by scanning their eyes. Samsung’s feature launched to poor reviews as users were able to trick the sensor with printed photo copies of a person’s eyes. Apple’s sensor has 3-D depth perception, which means the system is less likely to be duped by 2-D pictures.


06  July  2017





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