Geeks Squawk Ep 318
Jeff Sandhu | Matt Armitage
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On this episode, the geeks talk about Mark Zuckerberg's cartoon avatar visited the hurricane-damaged island, light-filtering paint that cools your home when being exposed to sun, hackers from North Korea stole a large cache of military documents from South Korea, blackout bombs developed by South Korea to take down Pyongyang, how biohacker Josiah Zayner wants to create a world where anyone is free and able to experiment on their own DNA, and how phone calls can be beamed right into your central nervous system. Plus, The King Of The Crowd for this edition is Antonia Saint New York's gorgeous heels and flats with hidden technology that makes you feel like you are wearing sneakers!
0:42 - Mark Zuckerberg 'Tours' Flooded Puerto Rico In Bizarre Virtual Reality Promo
7:55 - Light-Filtering Paint Cools Your Home When Exposed To Hot Sun
11:25 - North Korea 'Hackers Steal Us-south Korea War Plans'
12:03 - South Korea 'Blackout Bombs' Can Take Down Pyongyang Without Firing A Shot
15:57 - Hi-Tech Heels And Flats Feel Like Sneakers Inside
20:01 - Modifying Your Own Genes Is Just An Injection Away–If You’re Feeling Lucky
25:33 - Phone Calls Can Be Beamed Right Into Your Central Nervous System
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Tags: enterprise, tech talk, mark zuckerberg, cartoon avatar, facebook, puerto rico, light-filtering paint, north korea, hacker, military documents, south korea, blackout bombs, hi-tech heels, sneakers, biohacking, gene hacking, gene injection, phone call, cochlear, hearing aid