Congress starts thinking about tracking asteroids, a boy gets an inexpensive prosthetic hand thanks to 3D printing, Google Takeout adds new services to backup, and an arcade machine that pours the winner a beer!
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About 1200 people were injured in the damage that followed that Russian meteor. There are reasons we didn't see it coming, and even things like NASA's Fireball Network have limitations, but this meteor has congress talking about better tracking.
A boy born without a hand now has a robotic one, thanks to 3D printing, at a cost of $150 versus $60,000 for a conventional prosthetic hand.
Do you do some (or all) of your work in apps provided by Google? Would you be in deep trouble if that work vanished? Google Takeout aims to backup your online work so you can store it locally, and they've just added coverage for Blogger and Google+ Pages.