A new patent from Intel suggests that it may not be so easy to have your door unlocked.
Intel claims that the same kind of security and automation features that can be found in lockers could be implemented into a door, enabling the door to be unlocked when the door is locked.
The patent, which is the latest in a series of new technologies that have emerged since the last patent, was spotted by TechRadar.
The patent goes into a whole lot of detail about how the technology would work.
The patent describes a locking mechanism, a door with a hinge mechanism, and a door that locks itself.
The locking mechanism has an electromagnetic keypad that can detect when the hinge is closed.
When the hinge isn’t closed, the electromagnetic key pad will activate a circuit to lock the door.
When the door opens, the door will close and the electromagnetic keyboard will activate an electrical door lock.
The door that has the magnetic keypad can be rotated so that the hinge doesn’t close when the keypad is off, and the door can be opened by pushing a button on the hinge.
The patented technology has been around for a while now.
Last year, Intel showed off a new keypad technology that would unlock a lock automatically when the user pressed the lock button on their keypad.
The keypad has a micro-controller inside that can recognize when the lock has been pressed.
That micro-processor then activates the key pad to unlock the lock, and it would be up to the micro-computer to determine whether the lock is unlocked.
Last year, a company called SecureKey, which was co-founded by former Intel executive John Kavits, developed a similar keypad lock that would detect when a user pressed their keys.
SecureKey’s patent covers a range of technologies, but one of the most intriguing patents is for an automatic gate mechanism that would allow the door door to unlock itself when the doors hinge is on.
This is similar to the way that a locksmith might open a door to a person’s home.
It might seem like a simple idea, but it is a huge step forward for technology that could allow a person to lock themselves out of a home without a key.