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ICYMI: Rubik's phone, underwater bomb bot and more

In the future, your phone will morph into a game controller and back again.
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Today on In Case You Missed It: The University of Bristol's Interaction Group made a phone prototype out of small cubes that can be flipped around to form different shapes. Saab created an underwater robot to help detect explosives. And Colorado State University students made a real life Mario Kart game with carts that we are dying to experience for ourselves.

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