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Why face scanning is going to dominate the future of smartphones and laptops (AAPL, MSFT, GOOG)

The introduction of fingerprint scanners in the iPhone popularised secure biometric systems in consumer electronics. But as technology has evolved, the industry has started to call for face scanners instead as they are smarter, more convenient and also more secure. Some high-end devices, like those from Microsoft and Apple, have already made the switch, and that will likely mean that others will follow.
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