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The Pentagon Wants Smartphones To Track How You Strut

Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Arvindh Yuvaraj

28-Feb-19 12:30

The Pentagon Wants Smartphones To Track How You Strut

The Pentagon is testing a new technology that will soon let a smartphone identify you by the you walk, the way you hold the device and swipe across the screen. The idea is to use this as an extra layer of protection when someone steals your phone. But should you be worried?


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