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Jun 26, 2017

06/26/2017: How Atari changed personal computing

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Atari was born 45 years ago this week. Michael Z. Newman, the author of "Atari Age: The Emergence of Video Games in America," says the gaming company didn't just change video game history, it changed the way people thought of…

Atari was born 45 years ago this week. Michael Z. Newman, the author of “Atari Age: The Emergence of Video Games in America,” says the gaming company didn’t just change video game history, it changed the way people thought of personal computing. Plus: we learn about how one company, BioCatch, is using biometrics to detect fraud. CEO Eyal Goldwerger says the company can use your online behavior to identify you, adding a layer of security. It tracks your physical attributes, including how fast you scroll on a page or how you hold you phone, to build your profile.