On-Card Touch Sensor For Increased Security

DNP and NXP Semiconductors have created a new gen IC card for improved security. This card has a touch sensor on its very surface and takes into consideration some gestures and touches characteristic individually to you, while entering the confidential information. Hence, the card passes on the data to your computer ultra securely. Presently the card is still under experimental stage, but it sounds like a nice gadget for online shoppers.
Via: GizmoWatch.com

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