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As far back as the early 2000s, fingerprint sensors were embedded in a slew of devices, from laptops produced by HP and Toshiba to phones made by Nokia and Motorola. But while Apple was able to make fingerprint sensors feel like a fresh idea, its competitors were only capable of making the technology feel superfluous, stale, and unready for market.

How the PC industry failed to best Apple… again

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    How the PC industry failed to best Apple… again As far back as the early 2000s, fingerprint sensors were embedded in a...