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Read My Lips: No Password Necessary

You may soon be able to replace your password with just a spoken word, according to scientists at Hong Kong Baptist University. They have invented lip-reading software, apparently the first of its kind. Users will be able to speak into their smart devices, which will unlock as the software......
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