Cure for Cancer Discovered in the Holy Land

By Crowdability, on Friday, February 1, 2019

This Week in Tech

You rely on Crowdability to bring you the best start-up deals. Now rely on us to bring you the most fascinating stories and trends from the world of technology. You won’t find this stuff in the mainstream press. Look for it every Friday morning.

New Laser Can Deliver Secret Messages

Using cell phones to communicate is so old fashioned. Instead, try out MIT’s new laser system: now, secret messages can be delivered directly into your ears. See how it works »

Get Paid To Use Facebook

Some consumers are getting paid by Facebook to use their smartphones. Sounds like a sweet deal — until you realize they have to give Facebook total access to their personal information. Is it worth it? »

“Alexa, Who’ll Win the Super Bowl?”

Americans are expected to bet $6 billion on this weekend’s Super Bowl. Want to get in on the action? To pick the winner, just ask Alexa. After all, she already knows who’s going to come out on top. “And the winner is…” »

Teenager Discovers Terrifying Security Risk

14-year-old Grant Thompson was simply playing video games with his friends. That’s when he discovered a bug that could transform his iPhone — and yours — into an eavesdropping device. Get the scoop here »

Cure for Cancer Discovered in the Holy Land

Imagine eliminating all signs of cancer within a few weeks. According to one pharmaceutical company, this scenario is just one year away. Learn more here »

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