iBeta Blog

What is facial recognition?

One of the things we do here at iBeta is independent biometrics testing and certification, and to do this we often invite the public in for various test efforts and studies. And a question we get on occasion is “What is Facial Recognition?” Facial recognition is a...

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AAA-pocalypse

The Interactive Entertainment industry has always been an interesting bellwether for the software industry as a whole; what game developers and publishers do today is usually replicated in the business markets a few years down the road. For good or bad. Here at iBeta...

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The Basics of Testing

From a simple form on a website to a whole new customer-relationship management (CRM) or enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, good testing is key to maximizing benefits and minimizing problems. And, as a businesses, you can save a lot of time, money, and prevent...

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Universal Second Factor (U2F)

U2F is a new standard for universal two-factor authentication tokens. These tokens can use USB, NFC, or Bluetooth to provide two-factor authentication across a variety of services. It’s already supported in Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Facebook, Dropbox, and even GitHub...

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How QA Testing is like Playing a Video Game

You may have been told they were a waste of time by your parents, but playing video games actually hones the same skills that are critical to performing the best software testing. Exploration The first thing you want to do in a video game is explore and check out your...

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The Changing CPU Landscape

For years now there have only been two real players in the ‘Personal Computing’ CPU space; Intel and AMD. But there is a competitor on the horizon that might just change everything… ARM In 2019 we will see the new Qualcomm 8CX SOC arrive on the scene, which is already...

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How to Update and Test Software for a New OS

When a platform like the iPhone comes out with a new version of their operating system, there are several steps developers and software testing engineers need to take in order to make sure an existing software is still compatible. After all, you’ve already built up...

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