Chrome is bringing web fingerprint login to MacBook Pros and Android phones - CNET

Google Chrome’s latest beta is adding a useful update to the popular browser: support for fingerprint sensors on Android and Mac devices, which will allow developers to use biometrics as an extra layer of security, via 9to5Google. The update will let Chrome utilize the existing Android fingerprint sensors and MacBook Pro Touch ID sensors for its scans. There’s no word yet on whether other forms of biometric security, like Windows Hello fingerprint scanners or Touch ID on older iOS devices, will eventually see the update as well. The Chrome 70 beta has a few other interesting features: Web Bluetooth support is coming to Windows 10, giving Chrome the option to communicate with other nearby Bluetooth devices. (Other... Continue reading…

Chrome is bringing web fingerprint login to MacBook Pros and Android phones - CNET

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Fri 14 Sep 18 from CNET

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Chrome fans will be glad to hear that the Chrome 70 beta has landed and that it is packing some very cool features that will enable improved security on some devices. The big new feature for ...

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Chrome 70 adds biometric web authentication and shape detection

Google just recently launched the Chrome 70 beta with a handful of changes. There is finally support for web authentication using fingerprint readers on Android devices as well as macOS's TouchID.

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Chrome gains fingerprint authentication on Android and Mac

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