He's not saying how, but a Spanish physicist figured out a way to create ice cream that shifts color as you lick it. Also, a Korean baseball team installs "Fanbots" to cheer for them (the team isn't very good).
On today's show, a Korean baseball team installs a robot cheering section in their stands, a Spanish physicist creates color-changing ice cream, and Square announces a new card reader.
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