Navigation Links
Fingerprint Cards (FPC) Demonstrates Fingerprint Biometric Touch Sensor for Microsoft Windows 8.1
Date:6/3/2013

GOTHENBURG, Sweden and NEW ORLEANS, June 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --



Today at TechEd North America 2013 Microsoft demonstrates an FPC fingerprint touch sensor in combination with a beta version of Windows 8.1, an update to Windows 8. The demonstrations showcase a number of innovative online use cases using FPC's fingerprint touch technology.

Windows 8.1 customers will be able to sign on to their Microsoft account, make online payments and other transactions using the fingerprint sensor for secure and convenient user verification. By utilizing FPC's fingerprint touch sensor in combination with this update to Windows 8, we are able to deliver a greatly enhanced experience that provides "touch and go" secure account access.

"Fingerprint-based Biometrics sensors will be an integral part of the Windows 8.1 user experience. They'll provide enhanced security and the very best experience for verifying a user's identity.  Fingerprint Cards has shown us an impressive roadmap and a great line-up of capacitive touch sensors that will help make biometrics mainstream on Windows devices. We appreciate the collaborative nature of FPC and their receptiveness to our feedback which will result in excellent integration in Windows 8.1," says Dustin Ingalls , Partner Group Program Manager for Windows Security & Identity at Microsoft.

"By this initiative, Microsoft is spearheading the use of fingerprint sensors to enable the ultimate secure and convenient user experience for its users. The combination of Microsoft's intuitive user interface in Windows 8.1 and FPC's high performance fingerprint touch sensor makes the user verification experience totally seamless to consumers and enterprise users and nicely combines security and convenience. We are extremely proud to have been appointed  a Blue*Partner and to be
'/>"/>

SOURCE Fingerprint Cards AB
Copyright©2012 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology news :

1. Detecting breast cancers fingerprint in a droplet of blood
2. lobSTR algorithm rolls DNA fingerprinting into 21st century
3. Chemical fingerprinting tracks the travels of little brown bats
4. Integrated Biometrics Introduces Sherlock The Worlds Lightest, Thinnest, Smallest, Appendix F Mobile ID Fingerprint Sensors
5. DigitalPersona Fingerprint Readers Receive STQC Certification for UIDAI Program in India
6. Global Fingerprint Biometrics Industry
7. Metabolic fingerprinting: Using proteomics to identify proteins in gymnosperm pollination drops
8. Papa Johns Restaurants in China Speed and Secure Workflow with DigitalPersona Fingerprint Biometrics
9. Discards ban could impact seabird populations
10. Study demonstrates cells can acquire new functions through transcriptional regulatory network
11. New study demonstrates the role of urban greenery in CO2 exchange
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:10/16/2014)... conventional thinking on how the bowel lining develops and, ... bowel cancer starts. , The researchers produced evidence that ... ,crypts, that are a feature of the bowel lining, ... cancer development, a controversial finding as scientists are still ... imaging technologies, Dr Chin Wee Tan and Professor Tony ...
(Date:10/15/2014)... PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. , Oct. 15, 2014 ... in technology solutions for home and community-based care, ... the benefits of implementing Sandata,s Santrax® Electronic Visit ... Quality Care Services is a home health company ... Texas . ...
(Date:10/15/2014)... Researchers have linked increased resistance to bacterial pneumonia in ... sex hormone estrogen. , Females are naturally more resistant ... of scientists has shown that increased resistance to bacterial ... nitric oxide synthase 3 (NOS3). They also show that ... the female sex hormone estrogen. , The team, lead ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Cryptic clues drive new theory of bowel cancer development 2Sandata Announces Case Study with Quality Care Services, Inc. 2
... most critical of its life. Having run the gauntlet of air ... voyager must also evade hungry fish patrolling the beaches in its ... coral cays the risks are high: as many as 30% perish ... this headlong dash through the waves cost the intrepid hatchlings? Curious ...
... to a sticky scientific problem in basic fluid mechanics: ... rate, but instead forms what look like fingers of ... "gravity fingers," and the explanation for their formation has ... any liquidmeets the soil (or other medium). Knowing how ...
... University Belfast is playing a major role in a 4m ... in food and animal feed. Professor Chris Elliott, Director ... will lead a team of scientists in developing new tests ... a wide range of foods including meat, poultry, milk, seafood ...
Cached Biology News:Cost of hatchling turtles' dash for freedom 2MIT researchers explain mystery of gravity fingers 2Queen's University Belfast plays leading role in Europe-wide tests for safer food 2
(Date:10/20/2014)... Convey Computer , the leader in ... State University won first place in the 2014 ... the team’s solution achieved the highest overall performance in ... place finisher. , Experts from all segments of the ... challenge, using a variety of design tools, hardware and ...
(Date:10/20/2014)... ON , Oct. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - BIOREM Inc. (TSXV: ... $1.7 million which brings Q3 orders to $5.8 million and provides ... control projects in North America and one ... continue to bid new projects at record levels," said Peter ... were higher at the end of Q3 than they have been ...
(Date:10/20/2014)... Oct. 20, 2014  GenVec, Inc. (NASDAQ: GNVC ... , Ph.D., from its board of directors effective on October ... 2003, and served as its chairman from June 2006 to ... Nominating and Corporate Governance and Audit Committees of the board.  ... a decade of dedicated service to GenVec, and its stockholders," ...
(Date:10/20/2014)... October 20, 2014 OncLive® ... Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University has ... Through the Strategic Alliance Partnership program, the Sidney ... collaborate to raise awareness of the Center’s cutting-edge ... other projects. Clinicians and other health care professionals ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Team from Iowa State Wins 2014 MemoCODE Design Contest Using Convey HC-2ex 2Team from Iowa State Wins 2014 MemoCODE Design Contest Using Convey HC-2ex 3Zola P. Horovitz To Retire From GenVec Board 2Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University Partners With OncLive 2Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University Partners With OncLive 3
... Improve Farmer ... Productivity, ... Ltd. (BWK) today announced the,formation of a joint venture to accelerate ... tolerance and efficient nutrient,utilization to improve the performance of important crops ...
... PPHM ), a clinical stage biopharmaceutical,company developing monoclonal ... (HCV) infection, today announced that it will release its,financial ... on December,10, 2007 at 7:00 a.m. EST and will ... at 11:30 a.m. EST on the same day., ...
... atomic force microscope, the tiny structures look like fragments ... fullerene molecules that are linked together by means of ... for threading these nanopearls in the latest issue of ... molecules made of 60 carbon atoms whose linkages resemble ...
Cached Biology Technology:DuPont Joint Venture with Chinese Biotech Firm Strengthens Gene Discovery Research Efforts 2DuPont Joint Venture with Chinese Biotech Firm Strengthens Gene Discovery Research Efforts 3Peregrine Pharmaceuticals to Announce Second Quarter FY 2008 Financial Results 2
... Tecan provides labware carriers to suit ... encountered in the life science laboratory. Labware ... on the worktable. Mounting is simple for ... system that ensures carriers are correctly guided ...
... Protea is pleased to introduce its new ... of lyophilized standard proteins for use in ... laboratories. Proteas Protein Standards are high ... calibration of protein analyses by electrospray ionization ...
Determine relative degree of protein binding to phosphoinositides...
Anti-Protein Kinase-A (PKA) Regulatory subunit IIB; rabbit host...
Biology Products: