Log in to Facebook ... with your eye
Log in to Facebook ... with your eye
You'll soon be able to log in to all of your personal accounts in the blink of an eye -- literally. A company called Hoyos Group has developed a portable iris-scanning device for consumers.

The product, called EyeLock, automatically logs you in to any password-protected site by waving a wand-like scanner in front of your eye. The device, which is the size of a standard business card and weighs about four ounces, comes in the form of a USB drive. No password required. You can even keep your glasses on.

EyeLock will retail for $99.


Last updated May 13 2011: 1:44 PM ET

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