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Beyonce has another hit on her hands, and this time, it’s dedicated to her baby girl Blue Ivy. “Lucky me, you were brought into my life/ I kiss those little feet and watch for your perfect smile,” the Queen B sings on her new track God Made You Beautiful. RELATED PICS: Blue Ivy’s Most Adorable Moments This is the third song Beyonce, 32, has released this year, proceeding Rise Up, Grown Woman and Standing on the Sun.

Beyonce has another hit on her hands, and this time, it’s dedicated to her baby girl Blue Ivy. “Lucky me, you were brought into my life/ I kiss those little feet and watch for your perfect smile,” the Queen B sings on her new track God Made You Beautiful. RELATED PICS: Blue Ivy’s Most Adorable Moments This is the third song Beyonce, 32, has released this year, proceeding Rise Up, Grown Woman and Standing on the Sun.

A 612-page patent application filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization shows that Apple is considering wide-ranging new uses for fingerprint sensing technology in its mobile devices, from user interface navigation and mobile payment processing to multiuser support. The patent, filed in May of this year and published by the WIPO last week, depicts both the new Touch ID-enabled home button found in the iPhone 5s as well as a touchscreen display with an embedded fingerprint sensing layer

A 612-page patent application filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization shows that Apple is considering wide-ranging new uses for fingerprint sensing technology in its mobile devices, from user interface navigation and mobile payment processing to multiuser support. The patent, filed in May of this year and published by the WIPO last week, depicts both the new Touch ID-enabled home button found in the iPhone 5s as well as a touchscreen display with an embedded fingerprint sensing layer. The concept of a fingerprint sensor embedded into a display is not a new one for Apple; the company already references the implementation in at least two other patents, but the most recent filing dives deep into how the invention could be leveraged by a new generation of devices

A 612-page patent application filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization shows that Apple is considering wide-ranging new uses for fingerprint sensing technology in its mobile devices, from user interface navigation and mobile payment processing to multiuser support. The patent, filed in May of this year and published by the WIPO last week, depicts both the new Touch ID-enabled home button found in the iPhone 5s as well as a touchscreen display with an embedded fingerprint sensing layer.

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