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According to a report from the Ericsson ConsumerLab global research programme on anticipated trends for 2014, mobile apps will continue to transform society, the human body will be used more and more in place of passwords, and sensors will be increasingly present in our everyday lives.
A video link posted on Facebook on June 20 showed a man cooking human body parts in a pot over a wood fire.
Everyone who's tried it agrees: Virtual reality is mind-blowing. Once you strap on that headset, you truly believe you're strolling on a Parisian street, careening on a roller coaster, or immersed in the human body exploring the inner workings of the oesophagus.
The silk protein memory, capable of storing digital information as well as biological data, has a capacity of 64 GB per square inch and can operate under harsh conditions. The information stored in the silk hard drive remained ‘safe and sound’ even after 30 minutes of exposure to high level microwave radiation.
Neil Harbisson, the first person in the world to reportedly implant an antenna in his skull in 2004, said people need to embrace technology as a way that would extend their presence in reality.
"I've only got one pair of hands", is the refrain of overworked office staff or stressed parents everywhere.