XP Capital introduces Jumio Netverify
Financial betting platform XP Capital has started enabling new customers to verify their age and identity by holding official documents in front of an Apple iPhone camera.
The company’s iOS app has integrated Netverify from Jumio, which can scan driving licences, passports and ID cards and then confirms their authenticity.
BlackBerry has announced its BlackBerry 10 platform will support the Bluetooth Smart Ready standard.
This will enable BlackBerry devices to work with both standard and low-energy Bluetooth peripherals, including fitness and healthcare accessories.
Nokia has announced a 4G-ready smartphone with a 4.7-inch screen. The Nokia Lumia 625 runs Windows Phone 8 and includes some of the camera features introduced on the flagship Nokia Lumia 1020.
It runs on a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and has a 5 megapixel camera.
Canonical, the company behind the open-source Ubuntu platform, has announced plans for a smartphone that transforms into a desktop PC.
The Ubuntu Edge will have a 4.5-inch display and will connect to any HDMI monitor. All the specifications are subject to change but a multi-core processor and 128GB of storage are expected.