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Reliance Jio vs Airtel vs Vi Rs 399 postpaid plans compared: Which is better?

Reliance Jio Rs 399 postpaid plan

Reliance Jio’s Rs 399 provides customers with 75GB of total data with truly unlimited voice calling benefits along with no off-net limitations and unlimited SMSes. This plan comes bundled with complimentary subscriptions to Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney+ Hotstar VIP along with access to all of the company’s own online apps.

Airtel Rs 399 postpaid plan

comes bundled with 40GB of high-speed data along with unlimited voice benefit and 100 SMSes per day. The plan also promises to offer an annual subscription of Airtel Xstream app along with Wynk music and Shaw Academy. Besides that, it does not provide any free-of-cost subscription to other OTT platforms. While it also offers 200GB data rollover with 6 months of validity.

Vi Rs 399 postpaid plan

Similar to Airtel’s Rs 399 postpaid plan, Vi’s Rs 399 plan also offers customers 40GB of total data along with unlimited calling benefits and a chargeable SMS facility. It neither provides any subscription to entertainment streaming platforms nor extends any family benefit features to its users. With 200GB data roll-over at 6 months validity, it does not provide Wi-fi calling and inflight mobility service

Biometrics authentication and identification

Biometrics allows a person to be identified and authenticated based on recognizable and verifiable data, which are unique and specific to them. 

Biometric authentication compares data for the person's characteristics to that person's biometric "template" to determine resemblance. 

  • The reference model is first stored. 
  • The data stored is then compared to the person's biometric data to be authenticated. 

In this mode, the question is: "Are you indeed, Mr or Mrs. X?"

Biometric identification consists of determining the identity of a person. 

  • The aim is to capture an item of biometric data from this person. It can be a photo of their face, a record of their voice, or an image of their fingerprint. 
  • This data is then compared to the biometric data of several other persons kept in a database. 

In this mode, the question is a simple one: "Who are you?"

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Biometrics: trends

Faced with document fraud and identity theft, terrorism and cybercrime, international regulation changes, new biometric security solutions are being implemented.

Biometrics can be defined as the most practical means of identifying and authenticating individuals in a reliable and fast way through unique biological characteristics.

Of course, increased public acceptance, massive accuracy gains, a rich offer, and falling prices of sensors, IP cameras, and software make it all the easier to install biometric systems.

Today, many applications make use of this technology. 

Biometric identification

What is biometrics? Definition and examples

Biometrics is the science of analyzing physical or behavioral characteristics specific to each individual to authenticate their identity.

There are two categories of biometrics:

Physiological measurements 

They can be either morphological or biological.

  • Morphological identifiers mainly consist of fingerprints, hand's shape, of the finger, vein pattern, the eye (iris and retina), and the shape of the face for morphological analyses.
  • For biological analyses, DNA, blood, saliva, or urine may be used by medical teams and police forensics.

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Twitter May Launch New Features to Simplify Direct Messages, Retweets Twitter May Launch New Features to Simplify Direct Messages, Retweets

Twitter is said to be working on a couple of new features that could make it easier to manage direct messages and retweeting. The first time someone sends you a direct message on Twitter, it arrives in the form of a message request. You have the option to either accept or delete the message(s), or report or block the sender. And unless an action is taken, the sender does not know if the message has been read. Such requests are segregated in a separate list than your accepted DMs.

The microblogging site could soon introduce a new option to let users mute these incoming DM requests. This will take the one-sided chats on Twitter to the end of your message request list, making it easier for you to defer taking any further action. As intended, you will not be notified of future messages in the same conversation and you can simply ignore the requests without explicitly blocking the senders. One less reason to lock new DM requests entirely.