U of T Engineering alumnus Karl Martin discusses the security implications of giving out fingerprint and facial data
Founded by U of T Engineering researchers in 2011, Nymi uses people's heartbeats as biometric identifiers to log them into iPhones, iPads — and now industrial equipment.
Marissa Wu (EngSci 1T3) continues to grow her smart-watch sports coaching startup, Onyx Motion, as she shuttles between New York basketball courts, Rocky Mountain startup retreats, and her office
U of T Engineering alumni behind a wearable device that eliminates the need for passwords, PIN codes and more, are making news around the world again as they prepare to launch a new Bitcoin wallet
Spotlight on Startups: Forget Passwords, PIN Codes and Key Cards – In Style – With Bionym’s ‘Nymi’ Wristband
Imagine never having to remember another password or PIN number again. And now imagine that freedom coming in the form of a tiny watch-like gadget that listens to your heart. Using our unique heartbeats