Passkeys are being developed to get rid of passwords which are often cracked by hackers.
Passkeys let users sign in to apps and sites the same way they unlock their devices: with a fingerprint, a face scan or a screen lock PIN. And, unlike passwords, passkeys are resistant to online attacks like phishing, making them more secure than things like SMS one-time codes.
Google’s move will hopefully push everyone else to adopt passkeys faster.
MICROSOFT HAS OPENED UP ITS AI-POWERED SEARCH TO EVERYONE
The new AI Bing is now in open preview and no longer has a waitlist.
It’s powered by chatGPT4 but to access it you need a Microsoft account and Edge browser.
You’ll get richer, more visual answers including charts and graphs and updated formatting of answers, helping you find the information you seek more easily. And there’s more coming including visual search in chat so you will be able to upload images and search the web for related content.
ROBOROCK’S NEW ROBOT VACUUM THROWS DOWN THE CHALLENGE TO ECOVACS
The new Roborock S8 series just went on sale in Australia and its top unit has one feature people should be aware of because it is deal maker.
The top of the line S8 PRO ULTRA comes in at $2699 but it does something special with its mopping system. It can raise it while going over carpet. This means it’s the ideal robot vacuum for mixed floor surfaces.
We discuss how it stacks up against its main competitor.