ICYMI: Cancer loves supplements, cheap robot claws and more

ICYMI: Cancer Loves Supplements, Cheap Robot Claws and More

Today on In Case You Missed It: An affordable robotic arm is up on Kickstarter for $350 and promises machine vision, artificial intelligence and all kinds of other great stuff that we can hardly believe is available for that price. A shocking bit of research was just published on the effect some antioxidant supplements had on lab mice with cancer. Turns out it made tumors grow faster than the control group. Meanwhile those happy-go-lucky bike commuters have another new piece of bike tech for signaling to drivers. The Revolights Eclipse Plus syncs with Bluetooth and is being fulfilled through Kickstarter now.

We also do a round-up of some of the week's biggest tech headlines. If you haven't read about it yet, here's a good place to start on why Jack Dorsey gave back some of his Twitter stock. And if you're still figuring out Halloween costume ideas, let Google's Frightgeist help you out with any popularity problems.

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