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  1. Due to a very rare genetic condition, this teenager was born without a right forearm and due to his condition, it encouraged him to build a prosthetic arm made entirely out of LEGO pieces. His name is David Aguilar, 19, who is currently studying Bioengineering in Spain. His dream is to design affordable robotic limbs for the differently abled. © Instagram "As a child, I was very nervous to be in front of other guys because I was different, but that didn't stop me from believing in my dreams," he told Reuters. In total, he has built over 4 arms. However, his latest red-and-yellow Lego arm is fully functional and can be bent at the elbow joint. Lego has been David's favourite toy since the age of nine and has become his choice of building material. "I wanted to... see myself in the mirror like I see other guys, with two hands.” © Reuters His latest models are marked with “MK” followed by a number which is basically a tribute to Iron Man and his MK suits. He even has a YouTube Channel called “Hand Solo”, where he aims to show people that nothing is impossible and disability cannot stop them. The video below shows his impressive creations at work. The MKII Prosthetic arm basically works with a Lego engine and a fishing cable. He added: "I would try to give them a prosthetic, even if it's for free, to make them feel like a normal person, because what is normal, right?” Source: Reuters
  2. A teenager was able to discover an exploit that can basically reveal passwords on macOS; however, he does not plan on sharing any details with Apple. The reason why the researcher will not share how the bug was discovered is because it has to do with Apple's bug bounty policies. Currently, Apple only offers bounties for bugs found on iOS and not on macOS. Apple paid a bounty to the teenager who discovered the FaceTime bug that would let users listen when adding a new member on an ongoing FaceTime call. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla This bug on the macOS, however, grabs the password from login and system keychains without requiring any administrator privileges. Linus Henze posted a demo video for the KeySteal exploit that basically shows how it takes advantage of the bug. It's worthy to note that this bug only works on the latest version of macOS Mojave. However, it does not affect iCloud's keychain. Henze told Forbes about Apple's bug bounty policies that "It's like they don't really care about macOS," he told Forbes. "Finding vulnerabilities like this one takes time, and I just think that paying researchers is the right thing to do because we're helping Apple make their product more secure.” © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla It isn't the first time a bug was discovered by a user as recently a FaceTime bug was causing people to panic. You can read about how the teenager discovered the FaceTime bug here Source: Forbes
  3. 25-year-old Wang Shangkun will never forget the fateful year of 2011 when he took a life-altering decision that would leave him bedridden within the next eight years. When Shangkun was 17-years-old, he decided to sell his kidney in order to get his hands on the latest iPhone that was launched in the market. He hawked his kidney in the black market for $4,500 AUD (Rs. 2,29,357.89) and used this amount to purchase two Apple gizmos, an iPad 2 and an iPhone 4. At that time, Shangkun had reportedly said, “Why do I need a second kidney?” One is enough." © Asiawire,Australscope However, such is the irony of life, that today even his remaining kidney is failing him and Shangkun might be looking at a life tied to his bed. He was recently diagnosed with renal deficiency and has to undergo daily dialysis to function, since his remaining kidney can't work efficiently to clear his blood of toxins. Back in the day, when Shangkun had wanted to get his hands on the gadgets, the Anhui province resident of China didn't have enough money to afford the high-end products. However, it was in an online chat room that a possible opportunity presented itself. Shangkun was approached by an organ harvester in an online chat room who assured that selling one of his kidneys could fetch Shangkun 20,000 Yuan. © Asiawire,Australscope In no time afterwards, Shangkun underwent illegal surgery and finally got himself the Apple products he had been lusting after. However, it was his mother who thought something was fishy when she found him in possession of such expensive gadgets and made him confess. In the following months, Shangkun developed an infection in his remaining kidney, and ultimately suffered organ failure. As of today, his condition is so severe that he is in need of daily dialysis and has been left bedridden. Doctors have also suggested that he might need a kidney transplant of his own to get better. Talk about irony.
  4. 16-year old Harshwardhansinh Zala has designed a drone named "EAGLE A7" and it can detect and destroy landmines without any risk to human life. According to him, the technology isn't available anywhere right now and it'll immensely help Armed Forces Personnel. Landmines are explosive devices that are placed underground or even over the ground under camouflage. They get triggered by the presence, proximity or contact of a person. Landmines have been extensively used to improvise the defence of a particular territory like border regions or conflict zones. Often, they remain hidden and are active even after the conflict has ended. © Twitter The use of landmines is controversial because they are indiscriminate weapons, harming soldier and civilian alike. They remain dangerous even after the conflict, in which they were deployed, has ended, killing and injuring civilians and rendering land impassable and unusable for decades. This, in turn, leads to more casualty in peacetime. Zala wants to use the technology to help India's Armed Forces and has declined many offers from abroad. "I've received many offers to go and work abroad but it is my wish to develop this drone and deploy it to serve the Indian Army and CRPF, to save our jawans from being martyred,” he said. © LinkedIn "This drone, from the Indian army base station, can go to the path where it has to go and detect the landmines. After detecting the landmines, the drone will send the information back to the army base station. The landmines can be viewed real-time and destroyed real-time without human risk." Zala explained. © Financial Express India is known to be a major manufacturer of landmines and has used the deadly weapons both along its shared border with Pakistan and the Line of Control (LoC) in Indian-administered Kashmir. The drone industry is slowly picking gaining momentum in India thanks to the new National Drones Policy being effective. The policy has been drafted by the Ministry of Civil Aviation and often dubbed "Drone Regulations 1.0". It clearly clarifies where, when and how drones can operate within India. With inputs from ANI
  5. First of all, you're reading this story in the Technology Section, simply because we do not have a vertical specifically for stupidity. A thief, who happened to be a teenager, broke into a 60-something couple's home in order to steal the most unexpected thing. Many things could have gone wrong, especially when a criminal has broken into your home, however, what happened next is pure millennial stupidity. © YouTube The intruder, please bear with me, actually woke the couple up in the middle of their sleep and asked the password to their Wi-Fi. Yes, even I was like "what the actual f**k?” The masked intruder was obviously declined by the homeowners and was shoved down the hallway and out the front door. The couple obviously called the police before throwing him out. The event took place in Palo Alto, United States and to much surprise, it wasn't the first time this burglar had attempted this stupid act. © Pxhere The Police said that the 17-year-old burglar had attempted another Wi-Fi theft in a home nearby. When he was confronted by the homeowner, he “asked to use their Wi-Fi network because he was out of data,” according to police. The residents obviously told the teenager to bugger off and he rode off on a bike, which the couple later discovered had been stolen from their backyard. As of now, the burglar is facing charges for burglary as well as a misdemeanor count of prowling. We hope this boy realises how stupid his actions were and what led to his eventual arrest. New Rule - if you run out of data on your phone, don't go breaking into people's homes for the Wi-Fi password. Just recharge your phone for additional data as it would be a cheaper ordeal. Geez! Source: Yahoo News
  6. Kylian Mbappe became the first teenager since Pele in 1958, to score in a World Cup final. The French star carried his fine form to the final as his goal helped France lift the World Cup for the second time. His performances have received praise from fans and pundits, alike. In Russia, Mbappe finished with 4 goals and also won the FIFA Young Player award for his performances at the World Cup. He is the second French player in a row to win this accolade after Paul Pogba won it four years ago. The award, which can only be won by players born on or after January 1, is given to the outstanding young footballer at the finals. © Reuters "Technical qualities such as skill, style, and charisma are taken into account, but so are other important factors such as a sense of fair play and a genuine impression that the player is playing for the love of the game," according to FIFA. Mbappe took his goal extremely well, as a move started by Theo Hernandez was finished by him in an emphatic manner. Hernandez did a couple of step-overs before squaring the ball for Mbappe, who seemed certain to hit a curling shot towards the top corner of the far post. Instead, he took a ripe low towards the near post, and Danijel Subasic was completely out-foxed. It was a high IQ play from the French forward, as his goal all but sealed the victory for the Les Blues. © Reuters Brazil icon Pele was just 17 when he scored twice in a 5-2 win over Sweden in 1958 - the start of an incredible international career. After watching Mbappe's achievement, he tweeted: "Only the second teenager to have scored a goal in a #WorldCupFinal! Welcome to the club, @KMbappe - it's great to have some company!" Winning the World Cup at the age of just 19 is remarkable, and Mbappe could be the player to lead the march for French football for years to come.