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Global hotel room doors were vulnerable to hacking

The majority of electronic hotel door locks worldwide were vulnerable to hacking, according to a new assessment. This raised several security concerns. The vulnerability now appears to have been resolved.

Op-Ed: Vancouver applies a little leverage in opening door to new trend

Vancouver - You can't put a square peg in a round hole, and if you build it, they might come. But Vancouver has found a way of opening the door to a new trend in construction, by simply changing the building code.

Barbecan's double revolving doors block and trap armed intruders

The recent gun violence incidents in the United States emphasizes the need for better security, better detection, and better protection.

How Jim Morrison Really Died

Time Magazine reports that the singer, who for the last 36 years has been believed to have died in his bathtub in Paris of 'natural causes' actually was moved to his home and placed in the tub after he died of an overdose in a night club.

Fans seek pardon for Jim Morrison of the Doors

Two fans have asked Florida to pardon rock legend Jim Morrison, late singer for The Doors, who was convicted of exposing himself during a concert in Miami nearly 40 years ago.

Densmore Considers Full Doors Reunion, With Vedder

A full THE DOORS reunion could be possible this year (2007) if PEARL JAM star EDDIE VEDDER agrees to perform with the rock legends again.

Jumbo Jet door falls onto California neighborhood

Pieces of a 747 jumbo jet fell from the sky in Solano County, California

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Doorknobs on the Glen Eyrie castle entry way in Colorado Springs.
Doorknobs on the Glen Eyrie castle entry way in Colorado Springs.
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File photo of a basic door knob
File photo of a basic door knob

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