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Ten future technologies that already exist [Technology]
posted February 10 2013 12:47.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Do you know that printing human organs is a technology that already exists and waits only to come in common commercial use? Do you know that we are able to read one's thought and move a prosthetic limb with the use of an implanted chip? Would you buy a hologram TV? These are some technologies that already exist, and will be available in the near future. So be prepared. Watch this video to see more cool staff available in the near future!



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