Face recognition security comes to mobiles

Monday, 24 October 2005, 3:18 AM EST

Criminals who steal mobile phones may be confronted with a face-recognition test if they want to use the handset, thanks to the development of face recognition software by Oki Electric Industry.

The company's Face Sensing Engine software decodes facial images and restricts phone access to all but the registered user.

By Ken Young at vnunet.

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