Menstruation App "Flo" Sold User Data?
(And More SCIENCE/TECH News)
Health workers are still learning more about coronavirus, and surgeons are now saying recovered Covid lungs look even worse than smokers'. Sadly, this won't stop many teens from trying coronavirus, due to how cool it looks.
In the UK, a robotics firm has unveiled a robot that can cook 5,000 recipes from scratch-- as long as a person cuts, chops, and slices the ingredients first. Let me get this straight. They can't figure out how to make a robot cut, chop, and slice? Have they never met a Slap Chop?
In car news, General Motors has revealed some crazy new flying car concepts. Which means the newest excuse you can use with your boss is "Sorry, I'm late, it was so cloudy!"
In the tech sector, the popular menstruation tracking app "Flo" has admitted to sharing private health information with third-party firms. That is not very progressive, Flo.
Finally, In Kazakhstan, the bodybuilder who married a sex doll has admitted he cheated on her while she was being repaired. The husband later said "After going through couples therapy, we've decided to renew our vows-- and her manufacturer's warranty."