Your Thumbprint or Selfie Can Be Used to Get Into a Football Game Faster

A growing number of sports teams and venues are bypassing paper and even mobile tickets and asking fans to enter via a facial or fingerprint scan to speed up the process. Why Sports Teams Like Facial Recognition Stadiums across the US now take facial scans of sports lovers to enter a football game, including the … Read more

Tech and innovations make Usha sewing machines most user-friendly: Parveen Kumar Sahni

Parveen Kumar Sahni, President, Sewing Machines Business, Usha International | File How has sewing machines as a category evolved in India? What are the big trends that you see today, and what are the challenges before the industry? The sewing machine industry in India has witnessed a marked shift in the last few years, particularly … Read more

“You Are The Product”: Your Data on Apps Is Not Private

A growing concern among consumers is the mountainous amount of data that is tracked, stored and shared by apps, giving people a false sense of privacy. People who use period or ovulation trackers, healthcare or fitness or even mapping apps that track their personal information or location are wary and concerned in light of the … Read more

Hackers Use QR Codes to Steal Your Money

QR codes with their square barcode regained their popularity when the pandemic began because consumers found them easy to use and businesses did not have to worry about contamination from contact. Many companies, especially restaurants started using QR or Quick Response codes and swapped them out for menus since customers could scan them from their … Read more

Banks are using too many cybersecurity solutions – and it’s not working

The average bank relies on dozens of different cybersecurity tools, and continues to spend record amounts of money on solutions as threats increase, especially from state-backed attackers. In fact my company has seen in our work that threats against banks have more than doubled. At the same time, research shows, and it is well-known, that … Read more

Bitcoin fans find solace in idea it won’t always trade like tech

Bitcoin may be behaving even more like a tech stock in recent months, but crypto diehards are promising things aren’t always going to be like this. Bitcoin may be behaving even more like a tech stock in recent months, but crypto diehards are promising things aren’t always going to be like this. The world’s largest … Read more

Microsoft forecasts double-digit revenue growth on cloud strength

April 26 (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) on Tuesday forecast double-digit revenue growth for the next fiscal year, driven by demand for its cloud computing services. Microsoft forecast Intelligent Cloud revenue of $ 21.1 billion to $ 21.35 billion for its fiscal fourth quarter, driven by strong growth in its Azure platform in the booming … Read more

All-private SpaceX astronaut mission is on its way home after a week of delays

The mission, called AX-1, was brokered by the Houston, Texas-based startup Axiom Space, which books rocket rides, provides all the necessary training, and coordinates flights to the ISS for anyone who can afford it. The four crew members – Michael López-Alegría, a former NASA astronaut-turned-Axiom employee who is commanding the mission; Israeli businessman Eytan Stibbe; … Read more