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Ultrasound makes Qualcomm’s new in-display fingerprint sensor super-secure

Qualcomm is being coy and not telling us everything about its new Snapdragon 855 chipset yet, but it did dig into its new ultrasonic fingerprint sensor a bit. While that might not sound like the most exciting development to come out of Hawaii this we…Read more

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