Google Buys SlickLogin, Looks To Swap Passwords With Inaudible Sound Waves
If Google’s latest acquisition is anything to go by, entering a password could soon be as easy as placing your smartphone near your computer. Israeli startup SlickLogin confirmed today it has become the latest company to join Mountain View’s ranks –although it’ll work from Google’s local offices, bringing its patented sound-based smartphone technology with it.
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