Crave: DARPA wants to put an implant in your brain, Ep. 144
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Crave: DARPA wants to put an implant in your brain, Ep. 144

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DARPA has announced a $70 million project to put implants in human brains. Plus, we check out the greatest job resume ever, and buyers hate the gold iPhone 5S!

The payment received -- -- and here's what's happening this week on cnet's crave blog. It is an arcade puzzle game by the Australian game studio -- mobius. The game was composed by Melbourne electronic musician from -- AKA folk pop. The music in the game is a perfect match of action soundtrack to the producers of game recommend deeply with headphones on but it can be played without. It's just not as cool. -- it can me picked up for 299 in the iTunes store in the game's soundtrack can be found at band camp dot com. -- The other in the job market hunting for a new job B job because that particular jobs -- man that took job -- I suggest you -- -- -- from Rodney Lee and our east side scrolling -- We minorities Mario -- side scrolling job -- me is so good that I played it twice already and he will most likely be taking your job. -- -- to me showcases Leonardo skill sets work experience and hobbies at the same time demonstrates what he can do with design code. And just plain old creativity. To get minorities online resume at our -- RT dot com slash interactive -- resonate. DARPA accompany them actually fearful of wants to improve the health of soldiers in war veterans with a brain implants. Double tracking neuron activity and provide quantifiable brain data. This -- million dollar project called the systems based -- technology for emerging therapies sub nets in parentheses. Is hoping to develop effective therapies for troops and veterans affected by the horrors of war. One in nine discharges from the US army are due to mental illness sub -- is inspired by deep brain stimulation or DBS -- surgical treatment and involves implanting a brain pacemaker in the patient's goals. DARPA is device will be similar but will only target one specific symptom. We'll be able to monitor and analyze data in real time and issue a specific interventions according to brain activity. For a few weeks now CNET has been speculating on what this mysterious barge contains that's currently floating in the -- Cisco -- After some careful journalistic work it has been determined that the -- is a top secret project. People around the area are saying that it's a Google thing and others even spotted Google employees getting luncheon and nearby restaurant using Google credit cards. -- be secretive Google but what could it be. People -- said it's a floating data senator others believe it's a Google glass store which I find ridiculous but what do you guys thing. Please leave a comment -- your best guess for with the Google barge could be I'm curious to hear your ideas. So apparently sell these at funerals are -- thing now on the Internet amongst the youngsters. And it's disturbing trends. Here are some self -- funerals for I don't know why. Maybe it's just a good reason to play music and show pictures for a few seconds. In other news is people hate the new gold iPhone 5 that they also hit the yellow iPhone 5 CD maybe it's because the -- wears off so easily like by iPhone 5. Which has had a case on it since -- left the store in the pink has somehow still managed to where I sit together Apple. Hey guys -- to show thank you very much for watching as always to define all these these choices cnet's crave like I crave at cnet.com and exchange check out this week's crave giveaway. This we created giving -- the Panasonic linked to sell three X dash TG 7872. That's. Hold hands that. This is a cordless home phone answering system that links to cell phones to one base unit. Go to the blog and -- the -- it. -- Cool do. Moo moo moo moo moo moo. Okay. Move -- move. Do.

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