Not Just for Bond: The Real-Life Biometric Gun

April 26 (Bloomberg) -- The way you grip a baseball bat, a tennis racquet, or even a gun is unique only to you. It's what's called a "behavioral biometric." And The New Jersey Institute of Technology has been using that fact to develop technology that would attach to the grip of a gun so it will only fire if it recognizes the grip of the registered user. This type of technology was seen in the latest Bond movie, "Skyfall." Bloomberg's Matt Miller reports.

Credit Suisse's Shirakawa on Japan Inflation Data
36:45 - Hiromichi Shirakawa, chief economist for Japan at Credit Suisse, discusses Japan's inflation data, energy prices and consumer behavior. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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