Newsworthy tidbits this time include a unique way to study neural activity by playing Donkey Kong; the world’s first BIC (bound states in the continuum) laser; a touchscreen for your Raspberry Pi; detecting cancer with your smartphone; giving the Neon browser from Opera AS a whirl; a 3D printable tractor beam; the first genuinely portable microwave oven; protecting your “family jewels” from radiation emitted from wireless devices; and Foxconn Technology Group phases out even more human workers in favor of robots.
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