There's a good possibility that you've forgotten a password and had to get hints or recover it. But the process for that isn't very trustworthy -- intruders can guess security questions. Samsung might soon have a subtler way of helping you remember your password, though: through palm reading... of a kind. A recent patent application shows that Samsung has been exploring a system that would scan the unique lines on your palm and use them to display hints in the form of incomplete characters. You'd get a nudge in the right direction, but nothing so obvious that a thief could guess it (even if they could use your hand).
Neil Young has been talking up his giant online archive for ages, but he's finally ready to deliver on his promises. The simply-titled Neil Young Archives have launched and include all the media he has produced to date. And we do mean everything -- every song Young has made is available to stream for free (until June 30th 2018) through his Xstream Music service, including unreleased tracks.
NASA's Voyager 1 has been drifting farther and farther away from our planet for the past 40 years. Now, the agency has ensured that it can maintain contact with the farthest spacecraft from Earth for at least two to three more years by waking up a set of backup thrusters it hasn't used since 1980.
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