A suture created by passing a pin through each lip of a wound, parallel to the line of incision, and then looping the pins together with stitches.
What if a password didn’t contain words?
We’ve already discussed that hackers use dictionaries to help hack your passwords, but what if your passwords were controlled by your mind, not by words? Researchers at UC Berkeley’s School of Information announced that they are working on technology that reads your mind to open your email account, buy an app on iTunes, and check your bank balance. Security researchers determined that electroencephalograms (EEGs) are …
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