In this issue, you'll learn about a new feature that will enable shuttle astronauts to get out alive in case of a launch emergency. You'll get a few hints as to how Google's new operating system will actually function. You'll learn how a company is trying to bolster online password security by studying the people who are typing in the characters. You'll hear about the alarming security weaknesses in ATMs and what is being done to improve it. You'll hear about new findings that could be helpful in the fight against junk email. You'll learn about a study that suggests most people can easily cope with the results of unfavorable genetic information. And you'll hear news from the worlds of Biomedicine, Technology and Communications.
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