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EyePhones packing Iris-scanning authentication to go mainstream

Analyst says Galaxy Note 7 will fire up the mobile biometrics market ABI Research analyst Marina Lu has picked iris scanning as "one of the safest" means to secure user identities on smartphones.…
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