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As Hello can require you to move your head to present a full picture of your face–not just a straight-on view–it is going to be harder than ever for someone to hack your accounts, even if they can link your name to a still image.Email can feel like it is taking forever when you are trying to contact someone you are lusting after.Phone may be a bit too much information to share with someone you are just meeting online for the first time.The facial recognition feature is included in the new OS as standard–a bit ironic considering that the “free upgrade” to Windows 10 actually broke many webcams–and has won rave reviews from the tech crowd for its ease of use.It captures a moving image of your face which it then stores and uses to let you login into your computer within seconds just by staring at the screen.However, the concept is sound, and the promise of instant, password-free secure online shopping, banking, social networking, and more is worth the wait for an affordable high-performance camera (and for more companies to build these types of cameras into their laptops).
The first use case of the Hello facial recognition tech, signing into your own computer, has ultimately only cosmetic appeal.
While smartphones have been using such biometric identifiers for simple tasks–unlocking your phone–the tech hasn’t been regularly put to use in PCs or laptops, and has little presence once you actually go online.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 feature Hello is seeking to change that.
Air Sex originally started in Japan (of course it did) back in 2006 and it has "thrusted" its way across the globe.
The sport has become so popular, they made a documentary about it.
And now you only need to use the one source of authentication to access all your various online presences.