ICYMI: Real wizard wands, another remote car hack and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: another car hacking job, this one by the University of San Diego, is showing just how vulnerable our smart cars can be. And if you’re sick of people stealing things off your desk, check out this rubber-band shooting desktop sentry. And most importantly of all, a new kickstarter is bringing wizard dueling to life with a more complicated version of laser tag. And yes, it is the best thing to happen to me this year.

In case you hadn’t seen this epic fisherman moment: A drone hobbyist posted this video to shame the fisherman who cast at, then caught his drone. However I think it’s amazing.

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