Government Confession: We Use Your TV to Spy on You

By Crowdability, on Friday, February 12, 2016

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3D-Printed Spermbots

In a fruitful new use for 3D printers, scientists are building tiny sperm robots (Spermbots) to help lazy sperm reach their target. Touchdown!

Brought Back from the Dead

As Newsweek reports, a brain from a mammal has been successfully “cryogenically” preserved in long-term storage. This marks the first time that a brain has been kept in near-perfect condition during the freezing process, and opens up the possibility for “bringing frozen human brains back to life.” Bring it.

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[VIDEO] Top Pilots Smashing Into Walls

A new professional sports league has been created: Drone Racing. Check out the world’s top drone pilots navigating their vessels at 80 MPH. They weave through neon gates, slither through tight tunnels—and smash into walls at high speeds.

Government Confession: We Use Your TV to Spy on You

Earlier this week, James Clapper, the U.S. Director of National Intelligence, testified that many of our “Internet of Things” devices—from our TVs, “Nest” thermostats, and Xbox Kinects—can be used to spy on us. Cue scary music here.


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