February 20, 2017

Apple has reportedly bought the Israeli tech firm RealFace

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On the heels of recent rumors that the upcoming iPhone will have a means of biometric authentication (other than fingerprint scanning) comes the news that Apple has acquired RealFace, an Israeli tech firm specializing in facial recognition. 

The report comes from Israeli site Calcalist (via MacRumors) which claims Apple bought the Tel Aviv-based company for “several million dollars.”

Some users may know RealFace from its app Pickeez, which automated the process of choosing the best photos from a bunch. At the time of writing, however, the app appears to be defunct, and RealFace’s own website is offline as well.  Read more…

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Author:Stan Schroeder

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