- Face ID, Touch ID, No ID, PINs and Pragmatic Security
Face ID is not as secure as Touch ID which is not as secure as passwords. Or are they? Depends…
- Diese Beißreflexe nach jeder iPhone-Vorstellung – müssen die sein?
Es nervt tatsächlich.
- Interview: Apple’s Craig Federighi answers some burning questions about Face ID
Face ID is incredibly sophisticated – and altough I think it would be perfect as an addition (rather then a replacement) of Touch ID, for most of us users its just fine. Again an example of some existing technology(/-ies) which are refined to customer-grade functionality by Apple. (Coming up next: »We detected mood fluctuations in your facial expressions and noticed irregularities in your heart rates. Should Siri make a doctor’s apointment with Dr. Holloway?«)
- Netflix, Microsoft, and Google Just Quietly Changed How the Web Works
On the controversial EME DRM mechanisms
- A Look Inside Apple’s Custom GPU for the iPhone
Interesting read on an example how Apple’s hardware strategy operates. Instead of outsourcing hardware, they slowly build their own stuff.
- Fail-Safe Nuclear Power
Bold claim. But interesting, how China tries to feed the hunger for energy of the country by using (and extending upon) 50 year-old technology. And speaking of high-energy, gas-cooled reactors… (Haven’t read the technology background article, yet.)
- How The Good Place Makes Eternal, Hellish Torture So Hilarious
On of the best shows of last season is back for S02!
- Baby Driver – A Lesson In Storytelling [VIDEO]
An analysis of storytelling in Baby Driver, one of the best movies of this year. For me the (obvious) great feature of the film was the use of soundtrack. It’s even better than Guardians of the Galaxy (1).