ICYMI: 3D-printed vertebrae FTW, YouTube blur and extra

Right now on In Case You Missed It: An Australian neurologist efficiently used 3D printed replacements for vertebrae to save lots of a person who would have died from most cancers in any other case. YouTube has up to date its modifying instruments to incorporate a customized blurring choice. One other new gadget for the issue of not having wi-fi service within the boonies is out there, you simply need to maintain it on you… and whoever you are making an attempt to contact.

We additionally needed you to see the newest Guinness Document for a robotic fixing a Rubik’s Dice. It is lower than a second and naturally, unimaginable.

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