[ad_1] Millions of passengers pass through UK airports every year, and those numbers are projected to double by 2050. New technology has been developed that uses a combination of facial recognition technology and your mobile phone in a bid to speed up the immigration process. The UK Home Office and Border Force are considering using the technology in the future. The BBC's Simon Browning has been to test it out.
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[ad_1] Image copyright Google The next version of the Android operating system (OS) will not be named after a dessert or sweet treat, ending a tradition that started in 2009.Following the pattern, the name of the new version would have started with Q.But Google said it had ditched the naming scheme because it made it difficult for consumers to know which version of the OS was the latest.The new edition,
[ad_1] Image copyright Microsoft Microsoft has said that it will stop listening in to Xbox users, saying it was "no longer necessary".It comes after Vice news revealed that it had been recording and listening to the private conversations of gamers - many of whom were children - as far back as 2014.Microsoft said it was done to improve voice command features on the console.It comes amid revelations that other tech