ICYMI: Passwords Via Voice Recognition, Drone Delivery and More

ICYMI: Passwords via voice recognition, drone delivery and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: Customers at the Netherlands ING Bank can now check their account balance by saying “my voice is my password.” A delivery company named Workhorse is testing out a parcel delivery service with drones, from a base at the tops of delivery vans. And Microsoft researchers have outlined how to record content viewable with HoloLens and a very odd assortment of characters are ready to entertain you.

The bonus video is a DIY hovercraft toy that is half 3D-printed and half Styrofoam for the mechanical failure over water its inventor has sadly, tasted before.

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