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(Engadget)   Next up on the things that can be hacked wheel: pacemakers   ( engadget.com) divider line
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2017-01-10 12:14:00 PM  
Does this mean I can remotely make my ex-husband's heart beat the drum line from Toto's Africa?
 
2017-01-10 02:51:22 PM  
 
2017-01-10 02:57:04 PM  
 
2017-01-10 04:31:23 PM  

Sumpinlikedat: Does this mean I can remotely make my ex-husband's heart beat the drum line from Toto's Africa?


Depends.  Is he a robot?

 
2017-01-10 04:32:56 PM  
Dance, Mailman. Dance.

3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2017-01-10 04:35:03 PM  

WalkingCarpet: Bah, it's been done.


Well, well, well.

It's been Done much better..
 
2017-01-10 04:46:51 PM  

The All-Powerful Atheismo: Depends.  Is he a robot?


It is entirely possible.
 
2017-01-10 04:59:15 PM  
i.imgur.com

Circa 2008 ... didn't bother looking for anything older.
http://www.pcworld.com/article/143496/article.html
 
2017-01-10 05:33:53 PM  
 
2017-01-10 07:11:05 PM  
How cool would it be to ssh into your chest cavity.  But, NO OVERCLOCKING!
 
2017-01-11 02:24:26 AM  
Talk about desperate for news today. They've known about this for well over a decade.
 
2017-01-11 04:02:53 AM  
This is old news.  Don't have a heart attack subby.
 
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