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ICYMI: Targeting Zika with tech, flexi-cam and more

A billboard to zap mosquitoes is open source because it should be.
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Today on In Case You Missed It: Brazil is taking on the Zika virus by creating a smart billboard that attracts, then kills mosquitoes. Columbia University researchers built a camera prototype that takes pictures at a curve. And a Chinese company has stepped to Tesla with a self-driving, electric-only vehicle, though it isn't in production yet.

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