Google Acquires Security Startup to Let Users Log In With ‘Ultrasonic Sound’ – Reuters

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When it comes to security, Google is trying something a little different. The search giant has acquired SlickLogin, a young security startup that authenticates user identities using — get this — high frequency sounds. The technology could serve as a replacement
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