BlipA comedy club in Spain is charging users money by the laugh, which seems like a bad idea.
They said they would do it, and now the Federal Investigation Bureau has launched a national facial recognition system in the US.
Industry voiceFacial recognition supported by external encryptions can help ensure your system keeps your business secure.
In depthFacebook's DeepFace research reignited the facial recognition debate. Can our great fears be overcome? And are potentially useful applications worth the privacy risk?
Google has banned facial recognition apps for Glass. Thus Emotient won't identify who you are ... just your bad mood.
The rumored Surface Mini could take a page out of the Xbox One's book and include some next-gen sensors.
Intel has put its plans to watch you watch TV on ice for now, conceding that its upcoming set-top box won't feature facial recognition.