Sensible Vision, the developer of software that replaces passwords with face recognition for computers and mobile devices, announced version 5.0 of its Fast Access Anywhere software.
Sensible Vision is a West Michigan-based company that has developed facial recognition software to replace passwords for computers. Now, it has launched the smartphone version.
Verizon Wireless Wednesday announced an expansion of its 4G LTE network across Michigan.
Sensible Vision, a supplier of face recognition technology that replaces passwords for computers and mobile devices, Tuesday announced the release of FastAccess Anywhere 4.0 for Windows.
Sensible Vision, a provider of facial recognition technology for computer login, says it has received praise from the early beta testers of a new app that brings its technology to Apple and Android mobile users.
Sensible Vision, the supplier of face authentication software, will demonstrate its face recognition app for iOS and Android mobile devices at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 Wall of Apps.
The Covert computer security firm Sensible Vision Thursday announced the release of a next-generation facial recognition algorithm for its software, FastAccess.
The Covert-based security firm Sensible Vision Tuesday announced the milestone of exceeding three million paid installations of its flagship product, FastAccess, which provides computer security and access through facial recognition technology.
Sensible Vision, the Covert-based software developer, Wednesday announced the availability of FastAccess Pro for Windows 7, Vista and XP. The software powers computer security systems based in face recognition.
Shocking in scope if not in content, the leak of 91,000 classified U.S. records on the Afghanistan war by the whistle-blower website Wikileaks.org is one of the largest unauthorized disclosures in military history.