During this year’s Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas, Intel unveiled new software that will further build upon today’s technological trend of forgoing traditional passwords in favor of personalized sensory access. The True Key app will use facial recognition to grant access to one’s online accounts, ranging from mail services, to shopping and even banking accounts. Following the implementation of Apple’s fingerprint key on their iPhones, Intel, which also owns global computer security software firm McAfee, will be heralding the next dimension of virtual security. True Key will be available for the general public later this year, free of charge for up to 15 websites. Once the 15 website limit has been exceeded, annual costs will be priced at $20.