On card displays become reality, making cards more secure

Monday, 18 September 2006, 12:50 AM EST

Itís your credit card Ö spiked with something extra... a thin, flexible display with a readout similar to that of a calculator. But you donít just make transactions with this card. With this baby you make them two-factor style, fusing something you know (your card number), with something you definitely have in your possession (your card).

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