Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 September 2014

September 8, 2014 Leave a comment

* Apple’s Sept. 9 Event: What to Expect >>
* Smartwatches Are Merely a Step In Technology’s Great Disappearing Act >>
* DARPA’s Experimental Tank May One Day Dodge Incoming Threats >>
* Phone Firewall Identifies Rogue Cell Towers Trying to Intercept Your Calls >>

* Here Are The 24 New Shows Coming To TV This Fall >>
* Apple Rolling Out New iBeacon Transmitters, NFC Readers to Apple Stores and Disney Stores >>
* iWatch’s Killer Feature Could Be Two-Factor Authentication For Payments >>

* Ebola Vaccine May Soon Be Available, Thanks To New Study: Would You Take It? >>
* Doctors Show Why 3D Printing Holds ‘Limitless’ Potential For Medicine >>
* How A Founder Turned Half His Team Into Millionaires During A $100 Million Sale (Even Though Their Stock Hadn’t Vested) >>

* Scanner Could Aid Brain Tumor Removal, Reduce Recurrence >>
* Beauty in Math and Art Activate Same Brain Area >>
* Google Glass used to measure biometric signals >>

* Apple’s mojo on the line at unveiling >>
* Vaccine gives monkeys Ebola immunity >>
* Obama: Ebola ‘Could Be A Serious Danger’ If U.S. Doesn’t Act >>

* You Wouldn’t Believe These Trick Golf Shots Without Slow-Mo Video Proof >>
* A Peek Behind The Scenes At Disrupt SF >>
* Watch The Disrupt SF Hackathon Live Stream Right Here! >>

* Levitating Bluetooth Speaker Defies Gravity for Your Listening Pleasure >>
* After Weeks of Delay, SpaceX Falcon Launches Communications Satellite Payload >>
* Android-powered smart hard hat comes with augmented reality features >>

* Google Glass lands in the Play Store next to phones and smartwatches >>
* Your chance to network and pitch on Necker >>
* FDA approves ‘game changing’ drug for melanoma >>

* Virus kills breast cancer cells in mice >>
* Robot-assisted ultrasound imaging supported in two research studies >>
* A Breakthrough Paper >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 September 2014

September 6, 2014 Leave a comment

* “Hello, Computer” — Intel’s New Mobile Chips Are Always Listening >>
* Army’s New Laser Cannon Blasts Drones Out of the Sky, Even in Fog >>
* Atlas Robot Slaves Away in MIT Lab, Hauling Metal Scaffolding for Us Humans >>

* Dell’s 27-inch 5K monitor packs almost twice the pixels of 4K displays >>
* Robot Servants Are Going to Make Your Life Easy. Then They’ll Ruin It >>
* Future iPhones Could Replace Credit Cards >>

* VIDEO: ‘Make the minimum wage the living wage’ >>
* AUDIO: Scientists ‘make telepathy breakthrough’ >>

* Wireless charging to reach PCs, tablets next year >>
* NTT tests 400Gbps optical technology for Internet backbone >>
* Intel’s Core M chips headed to 20 Windows tablets, hybrids >>

* Homemade inflatable drone reaches speeds of 120mph >>
* There’s a Massive 26,000 mAh Battery Hidden Inside This Briefcase >>
* Small brains, big data >>

* The Coffee Genome Has Been Sequenced. Here’s What That Means For You. >>
* Apple promises iCloud security alerts, better 2FA after, er, NAKED Internet of Thingies flap >>
* What Would Happen to the Internet if Mankind Disappeared? >>

* Posthuman Life: Philosophy at the Edge of the Human >>
* Smartphone cameras need an Incognito Mode >>
* Moshi Sense Cover Review: Answer Your iPhone Without Opening Its Case >>

* Steve Ballmer Wrote the Blue Screen of Death >>
* This smartphone case is 3X harder than steel >>
* Google Glass Can Now Track Your Stress Level >>

* Simple Illumination Technique Creates 3-D Virtual Models Using One Digital Camera >>
* A robot vacuum cleaner with 360° vision >>
* Google’s project to cure death, Calico announces $1.5 billion research center >>

* Iran Eases Restrictions on High-Speed Mobile Internet >>
* Atomically thin molybendum disulfide opens door to high-speed integrated nanophotonic circuits >>
* Willow Garage Founder Scott Hassan Aims To Build A Startup Village >>

* Data Mining Reveals How Social Coding Succeeds (And Fails) >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Sept. 5, 2014 >>
* Landing Site for Comet-Chasing Rosetta Spacecraft to Be Revealed Soon >>

* Project Dragonfly: The case for small, laser-propelled, distributed probes >>
* Second Possible Proto-Planet Found In System Pretty Close To Earth >>
* Astronaut All-Stars Will Visit China to Talk Space Cooperation >>

* Artificial Intelligence: How Algorithms Make Systems Smart >>
* Gillmor Gang: Too Soon | TechCrunch >>
* How Andreessen Horowitz Is Disrupting Silicon Valley >>

* Here’s how DARPA’s high-tech tanks will dodge RPGs (video) >>
* Smartphones, watches and virtual reality headsets: the best of IFA 2014 >>

* If This Is The Best Apple’s Competitors Can Do, Then The iWatch Is Poised To Be A Massive Hit >>
* How Sapphire, The Nearly Scratch-Proof Material Now Being Used For Smartphones, Is Made >>
* Security experts weigh in on mystery cell-phone towers >>

* What will it take to get us back to the Moon? >>
* Researchers uncover genetic network that ‘fuels’ aggressive form of leukemia >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 September 2014

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* Dyson unveils ROBOTIC TANK that hoovers while you’re out >>
* Nest Protect now does a better job of telling steam from smoke >>
* NASA Scans Through Vast Amounts of Data By Converting It to Sound >>

* VIDEO: Finger scanner for internet banking >>
* Sphero Ollie: A Devilishly Speedy Toy Controlled By Your Phone >>
* 192 Future Uses for Drones >>

* ‘Smart’ chopsticks unveiled in China >>
* Israeli ECG T-shirt monitors hearts, saves lives >>
* Salt Water Powered Car Gets The Go-Ahead In Europe. >>

* How Scientists Made This Ordinary Phone a Touchless Interface >>
* Dyson Robot Vacuum Is Real and It Sees Everything >>
* Converting Charge into Spin for Spintronics >>

* Innovation requires a new mind-set: The O’Reilly Radar Podcast >>
* DARPA Bolsters Blueprint To Build Robotic Services For Satellites >>
* The $999 4K Gaming Graphics Card — AMD’s Radeon 295×2 Now $2000 Cheaper Than Nvidia’s Titan-z >>

* Space Robot Arm Tech Could Help Surgeons Operate on Kids >>
* Samsung vs. LG: The head-to-head refrigerator challenge >>
* New ‘massive’ dinosaur skeleton discovered >>

* Samsung flexes at IFA with a 105-inch bendable UHD TV >>
* New display tech creates 3D images you can touch >>
* Microsoft phones get flash trick >>

* Impostor Cell Phone Towers Could Be Controlling Your Mobile >>
* VIDEO: Inside Nato’s drone exercise >>
* Can science fiction save the world? >>

* Tesla Motors First Gigabattery factory will be in Nevada >>
* Report: Tesla Gigafactory a Well-Played Overreach >>
* Starring Adam West Trailer Shows How Hard Life Was After Batman >>

* Intel’s high-fashion smart bracelet displays text messages >>
* Google Launches Effort to Build Its Own Quantum Computer >>
* Dyson’s Robot Vacuum Has 360-Degree Camera, Tank Treads, Cyclone Suction >>

* This Is How The Ebola Epidemic Might Spread If It’s Not Contained >>
* Google Glass, now in tune with your emotions >>
* IBM wants to kill the hard drive it invented >>

* Burning Man 2014 >>
* Mind-blowing Advance? Direct Brain-to-Brain Communication Between Humans Demonstrated >>
* China’s TCL announces quantum dot enabled 55 inch OLED TV, one third the price of comparable OLED TVs >>

* Skype on iOS Now Allows Group Audio Calls >>
* Google offers to accelerate Web servers with new software >>

* Baig: What I’m counting on from Apple >>
* More Than $2 Trillion Is Locked Up In Late Payments And This Guy Believes He Can Solve It >>
* Navy’s Next Fighter Likely to Feature Artificial Intelligence >>

* Google’s Nest Is Switching On A Dormant Sensor In Its Smoke Detector >>
* Nest Turns User Data Into Software Update for Smart Smoke Detector >>
* Futures on Demand >>

* How Advanced Are We Earthlings? Here’s a Cosmic Yardstick >>
* How the Enormous Mirrors on the World’s Largest Telescope Are Made >>
* The Technology That Makes People Lie To You Less Already Exists >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 September 2014

September 3, 2014 Leave a comment

* Milky Way Found to Exist on Outskirts of a Vast Supercluster of 100,000 Galaxies >>
* Samsung Announces Galaxy Note 4, Gear VR Device, And Note Edge In Major Launch >>
* The First Successful Demonstration Of Brain-To-Brain Communication In Humans >>

* ‘Butterfly’ molecule could lead to new sensors, photoenergy conversion devices >>
* How Students Are Using The World’s Largest Indoor Smog Chamber To Save The Planet >>
* Apple will reject any wellness apps that store private health data in iCloud >>

* Samsung’s Smart Home tech is apparently enough to make KITT the robot car jealous >>
* $10 trillion would needed to rebuild electric grid to integrate solar and wind >>
* Sony phone streams PlayStation games >>

* VIDEO: Laser ‘tattoos’ to replace fruit labels >>
* Google team to build new superconductor-based quantum information processors >>
* Smart Cars Would Save 420 Million Barrels of Oil Over 10 Years >>

* Have Scientists Solved The Mystery Behind The Sun’s 11-Year Cycle? >>
* New toilet seat eliminates odors, hides your bathroom shame >>
* A Path to Better Smartphone Cameras >>

* Brain Implant Will Recover Lost Memories >>
* NASA Developing Air Traffic Control System for Drones >>
* Intense Solar Eruption Captured by NASA Spacecraft (Video) >>

* Sony Action Cam Mini: A Shrunken Down Shooter For the Adventurous >>
* Sony QX1: A Weird Interchageable-Lens Camera You Strap to Your Phone >>
* Will Human Short-Sightedness Screw Up Our Next Technological Miracle? >>

* The Algorithm That Lets James Murphy Turn Tennis Matches Into Music >>
* A group of space ophthalmologists inspect the eye of a brand new spacecraft >>
* Here’s What It’s Like To Step Into A 3-D Body Scanner For A Custom-Made Suit >>

* How to Create Innovation Cultures That Keep Working >>
* Will Superintelligent AIs Be Our Doom? >>
* Netgear’s ultimate WiFi router gives you full speed on any frequency >>

* Cellphone towers could predict flooding >>
* Laniakea: 3D map of super-cluster of galaxies that includes own Milky Way >>
* Milky Way Galaxy Mapped to a Supersize Supercluster [Video] >>

* $10 million tricorder X Prize unveils 10 finalists >>
* Handheld scanner could aid complete removal of brain tumors >>
* Researchers unlock new mechanism in pain management >>

* Experimental Vaccine Shows Promise Against Dengue Fever >>
* With humans on the scene, extinctions skyrocket >>
* A new tool to correct DNA sequencing errors using consensus and context >>

* Waiting in line for an iPhone 6. Never too early. >>
* Panasonic’s new smart microwave cleans itself >>
* Chat with your phone with Google Now >>

* How Should We Program Computers to Deceive? >>
* Cost to fight Ebola? $600m – World Health Organisation says >>
* An algorithm to figure out your gender >>

* Space Whisky to Return After Space Station Voyage >>
* Monkey leaders and followers have ‘specialised brains’ >>
* Doctor turns to 3D printers in a race to save a toddler’s mind ‘ >>

* Lab Created Thymus Gland is First Completely Functional Man-Made Organ >>
* DARPA plans to shrink brain interface and organ control electronics to size of nerve fibers >>
* Win A Trip To Sub-Orbital Space With Virgin Galactic + Land Rover | Video >>

* Sony tries to stay relevant in the wearables game with its new watch and fitness band >>
* Researchers developing reactor powered by nuclear waste >>

* Get Around Hotel Wi-Fi Blocks and Use Your Chromecast When Traveling >>
* Does Learning To Code Outweigh a Degree In Computer Science? >>
* Newly Discovered Engraving May Revise Picture of Neanderthal Intelligence >>

* Groundbreaking experiment allows first brain to brain communication over the internet >>
* Intel takes wraps off its high-fashion smart bracelet >>

* Hands-On With The Samsung Gear S Smartwatch >>
* Samsung and Oculus partner to create Gear VR, a virtual reality headset uses Note 4 (hands-on) >>
* Google Prepares Update To Android Wear With Bluetooth, GPS, And Custom Watchface Support >>
* Why Oculus needs Samsung’s help with virtual reality >>
* Samsung Rolls Out Giant Note 4 Phone, but New Note Edge Will Turn Heads >>
* Samsung introduces mobile quad-HD VR device >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 September 2014

September 3, 2014 Leave a comment

* NASA Is Making a Traffic Control System for Drones >>
* Physicists Figure Out How to Take Photographs In Near-Total Darkness >>
* Time Travel Simulation Resolves “Grandfather Paradox” >>

* A Superconductor that deflects cosmic radiation away from interplanetary spacecraft >>
* A Robotic Dolly Means You’ll Never Carry Anything Up Stairs Again >>
* Does Ridesharing Economics Make Sense Now, Even Without Self-Driving Cars? >>

* Nanoparticles Enable New Levels of Holographic Optical Data Storage >>
* Hackers Are Homing in on Hospitals >>
* Pitfalls Emerge In The Analysis of Mobile Phone Datasets >>

* Aerial footage of The Burn, Burning Man 2014 >>
* A Tiny Battery-Powered Beater That Mixes Better Than a Spatula >>
* Google to build quantum computing processors >>

* Vibrating Smart Ring Brings Notifications Center to Your Finger >>
* Ebola response ‘lethally inadequate’ >>
* Superfast computing to be piloted >>

* New HTML Is About To Make Your Phone Way Better at Using the Internet >>
* Ebola Outbreaks Unrelated In West Africa And Democratic Republic Of Congo >>
* Recommendation Engines: The Reason Why We Love Big Data >>

* Apple: Celeb Nudes Came From Targeted Attacks, Not iCloud Breach >>
* Engineered Bacteria Excrete Propane Fuel >>
* A Single-Celled Organism Commits The World’s First Murder >>

* A Google Glass App That Detects People’s Emotions >>
* Origins of DNA –Shows How Life Could Have Evolved on Early Earth or Alien Planets >>
* TEDGlobal 2014: The full lineup revealed >>

* A Dating Site for Algorithms >>
* Big Data: Creating the Power to Move Heaven and Earth >>
* DARPA explores neuromodulation of organ functions to help the human body heal itself >>

* A multifunctional medical nanoparticle >>
* Big Data Science in Medicine 2014 >>
* A batteryless cardiac pacemaker based on self-winding wristwatch >>

* Tea trumps coffee for non-cardivascular mortality >>
* Holometer: A Microscope into Space and Time >>
* Vagus Nerve Implant Fails to Fix Heart Failure >>

* Is Dyson Finally Ready to Release a Robot Vacuum? >>
* China’s high speed rail dominance is built upon Tunneling expertise and dominance in tunnel boring machines >>
* Update on Ukraine Casualties and situation >>

* Three Projects That Make LEGO Toys Into High-Tech Tools >>
* You Can Now Send a Netflix Rec to a Friend in a Facebook Message >>
* Every Country’s Drinking Preferences, Mapped >>

* Google Doubles Down On Productivity With ‘Google For Work’ Rebrand >>
* Google Forms Now Less Ugly Thanks To Addition Of Themes >>
* Facebook Buys 100 Patents Tied To Video, Printing And Speech >>

* Social TV Is Here to Stay: Do You Tweet While You Watch? >>
* Apple says iCloud wasn’t breached in celebrity photo leak >>
* More Robot Autonomy Linked To Human Worker Happiness >>

* Surprising new role for calcium in sensing pain >>
* NASA explains why you won’t get a drone delivery anytime soon >>
* Google I/O 2014 Highlights >>

* Vodafone pay-by-bonk launch may signal iPhone 6 NFC plans >>
* Are YOU less tech savvy than a 5-year-old? Take this quiz to see if you’re among the 25% of adults who would struggle with the new computer curriculum >>
* You CAN train your brain to like healthy foods: Researchers reveal diet that can kick junk food addiction >>

* Proof of principle for nanoscale assembly line >>
* Microsoft Might Be About To Make A Giant Move Into Android Phone Software (MSFT) >>
* Single laser stops molecular tumbling motion instantly >>

* Languages are being wiped out by economic growth >>
* Japanese researchers develop 30-minute Ebola test >>
* Apple denies iCloud/Find my iPhone breach, says ‘very targeted attack’ hit certain celebrities >>

* NASA is building an air traffic control system for drones >>
* This Smart Shoe Sole Will Keep You Warm During The Winter And Track Your Activity At The Same Time >>

* Estar: The Ultimate Android App to Master Your Battery Life >>
* The Future Of Food, Mapped Out For The Next 10 Years >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 September 2014

September 2, 2014 Leave a comment

* Samsung Patent Reveals Next-Gen Ideas for Gaze Controls >>
* Was The Drone Flight Over A University Of Texas Football Game Illegal? >>
* Great Naked Celebrity Photo Leak of 2014 is just the beginning >>

* Deals in place to make iPhone “mobile wallet” >>
* If Apple Makes A Move Into Mobile Payments, It Could Not Come At A Better Time >>
* Apple Said To Team With Visa, MasterCard On iPhone Wallet >>

* WallyHome review: Sniffs out water leaks all over your home >>
* Toyota plots ‘society-changing’ fuel-cell car for the masses >>
* Why Do Some Old Programming Languages Never Die? >>

* Power Grids: The Huge Battery Market You Never Knew Existed >>
* EU urged to convert TV frequencies to mobile broadband >>
* What you need to know about the world’s most popular game streaming service, Twitch >>

* Drone Developers Consider Obstacles That Cannot Be Flown Around >>
* Google Glass human emotion detector is by far the creepiest wearable app >>
* A Drone Flew Over Apple’s New Campus And What It Saw Was Amazing >>

* How Beacons Are Changing the Shopping Experience >>
* Have Humans Already Conquered The Threat Of Extinction? >>
* How Decaf Coffee Is Made >>

* Let’s Stop All Of The Post-PC Nonsense Once And For All >>
* Have you tried switching it off and on again? Nasa set to wipe Opportunity rovers memory in a bid to fix escalating flaws >>
* Engineers develop new sensor to detect tiny individual nanoparticles >>

* Google’s driverless Car WON’T work in heavy rain or snow, insider reveals >>
* What’s Your First Memory? >>
* Gut Microbes Take Over Your Body When You Die >>

* Searching for the sun’s SIBLINGS: Stars with matching ‘chemical fingerprints’ may have formed from same gas cloud >>
* What Makes Humans Special? >>
* Earth’s ‘voice’ revealed: Interactive map lets you explore our planet’s soundscapes – and listen to how man is changing them forever >>

* GE Direct Write: 3D Inking Intelligent Sensors >>
* Cancer genomics: one cell at a time >>
* VIDEO: ‘Hero’ cat saves owner from fire >>

* Britain’s social media stars making £2,000 a second >>
* Man Born With Upside-Down Head Is Now A Successful Motivational Speaker And Accountant >>
* Apple Says It’s Investigating the iCloud Leaked Nudes Hack >>

* Observatory: Research Aimed at the Heart of the Sun >>
* Singularity 1 on 1: Quantum Thief Trilogy >>
* You Can Pay $200,000 to Replace Your Blood With Antifreeze >>

* Physicist shows why your WiFi sucks in that one room >>
* The Alien Whisperer: Jill Tarter On 38 Years Of Hunting For E.T. >>
* What kind of nanomachines will advanced nanotechnology use? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 September 2014

September 1, 2014 Leave a comment

* Emoji: the first truly global language? >>
* Robotic Warriors: Who Will Be Morally Responsible? >>
* Sequencing the Ebola virus >>

* World’s first 3D-printed ‘Bump Key’ can open most locks >>
* Smartwatch: the time has come >>
* Intel’s CEO Envisions A Future Where Wearables Don’t Look Like Wearables >>

* This Is How Google Finds Its Floating Internet Balloons When They’re Ready To Land >>
* Affordable 3D printing: New materials, new horizons >>
* VTOL Aircraft NASA shows Hybrid-Electric Propulsion Achieves 4X Increase in Cruise Efficiency >>

* This $20 Device Is Making the Internet of Things Possible >>
* Aquarius nuclear thermal rocket uses 3000 celsius degrees water to solve human interplanetary transportation issues >>
* New smart sneakers vibrate to give directions >>

* Google X reveals Project Wing its two year old drone package delivery program >>
* ARPA-E will provide $30 milllion for nuclear fusion research >>
* A Plumber’s Guide to Starships, Part 3 – Thermal Properties of Materials >>

* Stardust Mission Captures Origins of Our Solar System –“Clues to the Origin of Life Itself” >>
* NASA Will Reformat Mars Rover’s Flash Memory From 125 Million Miles Away >>
* New Panoramic Images Show Area 51’s New Mystery Hangar Is Gigantic >>

* What Time is It in the Universe? >>
* What Is The Earth Worth? >>
* Awesome Home-Built Elysium Exoskeleton Lifts 170 Pounds Like Nothing >>

* Google’s Megan Smith Would Be First US CTO Worthy of the Title >>
* Gillmor Gang: Summertime Blues >>
* Scientists Found the Origin of the Ebola Outbreak >>

* The Next X Prize: Artificial Intelligence! >>
* Medical News Today: Skin glow from fruits and vegetables ‘more attractive than a tan’ >>

* Batteryless cardiac pacemaker is based on automatic wristwatch >>
* Robot toy invasion: Tech fuels the latest toys >>
* Beam me up: A beginner’s guide to the Star Trek franchise >>

* If Half of All Species Go Extinct, Will One of Them Be Us? >>
* Type 1a Supernovae: Why Our Standard Candle Isn’t Really Standard >>
* DARPA’s tiny implants will hook directly into your nervous system, treat diseases, depression >>

* The Near Future Of Implantable Technology >>
* DARPA’s New Initiative Aims to Make Nanoscale Machines a Reality >>
* The Feynman Lectures on Physics now online >>

* Controlled Crystals Make a New Solar Material Practical >>
* Robots used to automate testing for bacteria, including coliforms >>

* Tonight’s Moon-Mars-Saturn Trio Recalls Time of Terror >>
* This New 4D Batman Theme Park Ride Looks Like a GiantNope-Coaster >>
* More Rumors Point To Apple Turning Your iPhone Into a Digital Wallet >>

* Watch a remote-controlled fighter jet evade a missile >>
* Strange sleep disorder makes people appear ‘totally drunk’ >>
* Neuroscientists watch imagination happening in the brain >>

* We cant let tech giants, like Facebook and Twitter, control our news values >>
* Mind Reader: Meet The Man Who Records and Stores Your Thoughts, Dreams and memories >>
* Indian start-up launches shoes that show you the way >>

* Tim O’Reilly speaking about “What Silicon Valley has to teach Healthcare about Data” >>
* Nanoscale metallic nanoparticle arrays can create super high resolution hologram displays>>

* Now everyone is recording their nightmare Comcast calls >>
* Sailing rocks mystery finally solved >>
* Good night, New Zealand >>

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