Google is working on a contact lens that could help diabetics, but it’s still in the early stages. Google says it could measure glucose in your tears using a wireless chip and a tiny sensor. The company says it would be an alternative to having to prick your finger to do a blood test. Google says it has been talking to the FDA about it, too.
They are in movies set in the future -- driverless cars. It turns out, that future, may not be so distant. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week a demonstration showing it's possible to even catch some Z's in this Audi prototype. People in California are preparing for driverless car prototypes to hit the streets. Testing could start as early as this spring.
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