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Bionic dog Brutus has all four legs fitted with prosthetics (Tomorrow Daily 159)

On today's show, Khail and Ashley tell you about a very special "Bottweiler" named Brutus, explain what Lego Dimensions is all about and freak out over a working computer that's smaller than a grain of rice.

We can't say enough about how cool it was to read the story of Brutus, an adorable Rottweiler who had a pretty terrible start, but was then rescued and given four life-changing prosthetic limbs. That's right, Brutus has bionics fitted to all of his legs. Company OrthoPets and Colorado State University are making great headway in Brutus' rehabilitation, and he seems to be getting the hang of his new legs.

We're also giving you all the details on Lego Dimensions, the new toys-to-life game coming to a console near you later this year, and checking out a computer that's so small, it's injectable. What's more, the researchers behind it want to make "smart dust" that's even smaller than this little PC. Straight up science fiction coming to life today!

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