Can These Mini-Lasers Cure Cancer?

By Crowdability, on Friday, July 20, 2018

This Week in Tech

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Why Your Next Flight Might Be Full of Bugs

The next time you’re on a plane, you might come across a strange type of cockroach. But don’t freak out: these “bugs” could actually save your life. Click here to find out how »

Now You Can Print a Gun at Home

Looking for a gun? Thanks to 3D-printing technology, now you can make one at home. But how will this impact the hotly-debated gun issue? Read more here »

Think Twice About Playing This Video Game…

You’ve never played a video game like this before. Strap on a heart-rate monitor and dive into this virtual-reality horror game. The thing is, if your heart rate isn’t fast enough, the game senses it and “ramps up the terror.” Check it out right here »

This Robot Can Stop Your Baby from Crying

Like most new parents, Yves Behar was exhausted. His feet were aching, his eyes were heavy, and his head was throbbing. He just couldn’t get his newborn to fall asleep. But then he brought home an AI-equipped robot. Wait until you see what happened next »

Can These Mini-Lasers Cure Cancer?

Researchers in Japan have developed a laser-shooting device that can be implanted in your body. Could this revolutionary invention be the trick to fighting cancer? Learn more here »


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