Google Moves Away From Passwords and Towards Facial Recognition. 3 Things to Know Today. Stay in the know in 60 seconds.

By Hayden Field

Google recently released the latest version of its Chrome browser, and it aims to move away from passwords -- allowing sites to log consumers in with biometric information instead of passwords. We're talking fingerprints, facial recognition and more.

In cryptocurrency news, some experts say Bitcoin's ever-fluctuating price may have finally bottomed out -- meaning we could see it back on the up-and-up sometime soon. It hit close to $20,000 in December, and it's currently trading at around $7,500.

And wine-lovers, rejoice: One team of scientists has been studying up on popular wines' chemical compositions, and they're selling the replicas they've made to consumers for as little as half the price.

Hayden Field

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Hayden Field is an associate editor at Entrepreneur. She covers technology, business and science. Her work has also appeared in Fortune Magazine, Mashable, Refinery29 and others. 

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