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Today on In Case You Missed It: A Chrysler with a smart entertainment system was proven to be hackable and the company is releasing software to patch it. A martial arts company in Singapore is teaching swordplay with light sabers. And a new MIDI device for musicians will let them sync work over Bluetooth.

Today's bonus shows a robot crow that can shoot lasers and release fog, like a crow in your worst Westeros dreams.

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