Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 November 2014

November 13, 2014 Leave a comment

* Rosetta’s Comet Probe Has Landed >>
* Rosetta spacecraft not properly “anchored” to comet surface >>

* This Is How Close We Are to a Baseball-Playing Robot >>
* Stretching when zapped by an electric current, muscle chains could mobilize microbots >>

* Virtual Reality Aims for the Mobile Phone >>
* Scientific Prospects for Curing Aging >>
* DARPA Wants to Turn Military Planes Into Flying Drone Aircraft Carriers >>

* Elon Musk’s SpaceX in Talks on Internet Satellite Swarm >>
* Wearables Are Totally Failing the People Who Need Them Most | WIRED >>
* artificial intelligence is a tool, not a threat – Rethink Robotics >>

* Weapons Directed by Robots, Not Humans, Raise Ethical Questions >>
* Office Robot Knows When to Ask for Help | MIT Technology Review >>
* MIT’s Crazy Materials Could Make for Self-Assembling Ikea Furniture | WIRED >>

* SpaceShipTwo’s Surviving Pilot Was Ejected at 50,000 Feet and -70 Degrees >>
* Leaked Sony Sensor Has Potential to Supercharge Future Cameras >>

* This Blood Sensor Isn’t Quite A Tricorder, But It’s Pretty Damn Close >>
* 729 teraflops, 71,000-core Super cost just US$5,500 to build >>
* DARPA Wants To Create Autcomplete For Programmers >>

* Robots closing on humans >>
* Researchers twist lasers to beam data across Vienna >>
* Researchers Demonstrate Electrically Activated Micro-Muscles >>

* Gorgeous 4K time-lapse shows Sun’s largest sunspot in 20 years >>
* HIV virulence depends on where virus inserts itself in host DNA >>
* NTSB: Spaceship pilot was thrown free by breakup >>

* Researchers test first ‘smart spaces’ using light to send data >>
* Marty McFly-style hoverboard that uses electromagnets to go on sale for $10,000 (but they only work over a METAL surface) >>
* Scientists build a better eye on our world >>

* Survey: Americans have lost control of their personal info >>
* New photo apps tap all your photos into one place >>
* Chromecast gets family-friendly games, Showtime and more >>

* VIDEO: Rosetta scientist shows off comet tattoo >>
* Plant-Based Diet Is Best for the Planet, New Science Says >>

* Cancelled TV Shows 2014-15 And Fall Predictions For ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, And CW >>
* Memristors and memcapacitors for printable electronics >>
* Easy and Efficient Human Genome engineering with CRISPR-Cas >>

* Orion on the Pad: NASA Rolls Out Space Capsule for 1st Test Flight >>
* Iran Supposedly Flies A Stealth Drone [Video] >>
* Google’s New Search App Has a New Look and App-Searching Superpowers >>

* Samsung Opens Simband Applications And SAMI Data Exchange Platform To Developers >>
* YouTube launches Music Key £9.99 a month subscription service >>
* Tiny circulator in phones could double bandwidth http://www.futurity.org/radio-wave-circulator-cellphones-801322/ >>

* 5 Hard Questions about Emerging Technologies We Can’t Afford Not to Ask >>
* FUTURISM UPDATE (November 13, 2014) >>
* Xbox One Reaches 10 Million Shipped, PS4 Sales Eclipsed Following Price Drop In North America >>

* $200 turns your Galaxy Note 4 into a VR headset >>
* Breakthrough Replicates Human Brain Cells for Use in Alzheimer’s Research >>
* Memristors and memcapacitors for printable electronics >>

* Easy and Efficient Human Genome engineering with CRISPR-Cas >>
* A folding electric bike that can fit in a backpack >>
* Square Will Ship Secure Chip Card Readers In 2015 >>

* Internet-connected battery turns your old smoke detector into a smart one >>
* New languages re-wire brains of all ages >>
* World’s Oldest Living People Have Their Genomes Sequenced >>

* Technology Must Increase Freedom, Or It Fails >>
* The 30 Most Prosperous Countries In The World >>
* 4 Ways Technology Could Destroy Relationships, Love And Sex As We Know Them >>

* Notes for 400 hours of Richard Feynman’s Hughes Lectures >>
* Using 3-D printers to print out self-learning robots >>
* Projecting a robot’s intentions >>

* Artificial Semiconductor Wireless Retina Already Proving Itself in Lab Study >>
* The rise of ‘technical due diligence’ in a hot market for acquiring start-ups >>
* These are 3 breakthrough science ideas you’ll be talking about in 2015 >>

* OLED devices for lab-on-a-chip-applications >>
* Scientists develop thought-controlled gene switch >>
* Rosetta: Waiting game after comet lander glitch >>
* Touchdown! Rosetta Comet Landing –”Will It Reveal Origin of Earth’s Water & Life?” >>
* Philae Attempts Comet Nucleus Landing >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 November 2014

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* Radar-Enabled Light Bulbs Automatically Detect When the Elderly Fall >>
* How Pixar Uses Math to Make Characters Look Perfect >>
* 333 Km/h Rocket-Powered Bicycle Sets New Speed Record >>

* Technology To Automate A Third Of U.K. Jobs Over Next 20 Years, Says Deloitte >>
* SpaceX to launch a fleet of micro-satellites for low-cost Internet access >>
* Next-Generation Robot Needs Your Help >>

* SpaceX Will Announce Micro-Satellites For Low Cost Internet Within Three Months >>
* Scientists control genes in mice using just the power of their MINDS >>

* VIDEO: Rocket bike breaks speed record >>
* Scientists recreate ‘Luke Skywalker’ thought control >>
* Google search: The 12 coolest hacks and tricks >>

* Plumbing courses ‘beat law degrees in race for jobs’ >>
* Once upon a bot: can we teach computers to write fiction? >>
* Big Hero 6 Inflatable Robot and Google Solve For X Inflatable Robots in fiction and reality >>

* Frictionless Maglev for transportation that is 50 times more efficient than Rail >>
* Korean Competition Shows Weather Still a Challenge for Autonomous Cars >>
* A battery made up of billions of nanoscale batteries >>

* Inkjet-printing electronics: pushing the envelope >>
* Doping glass to function like a transistor could lead to super-fast computers >>
* Inflatables can make exoskeletons ten time lighter while maintain strength >>

* Big Hero 6 Inflatable Robot and Google Solve For X Inflatable Robots in fiction and reality >>
* Frictionless Maglev for transportation that is 50 times more efficient than Rail >>
* Next-Generation Robot Needs Your Help >>

* Multiverse Collisions May Dot the Sky >>
* Telepathy is now possible using current technology >>
* Scientists raise doubts over discovery of elusive God particle >>

* Vodafone Nudges Earnings Outlook Higher as Trading Improves >>
* Vodafone to offer home broadband again, three years after it gave up >>
* Vodafone: Apple’s soft SIM is JUST AN EE SIM! >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 November 2014

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* IHMC’s Atlas Learning Crane Kick, Will Destroy Competition at DRC Finals >>
* Sainsbury’s new app will let you skip the checkout >>
* Winning XPrize Medical Gadget Could Run Hundreds of Lab Tests on a Single Drop of Blood >>

* BMW solves the electric car charging problem using street lights >>
* Breakthrough Prize gives $3 million each to 14 scientists >>
* The Ten-Year Journey to Land on a Comet >>

* What will life be like in 2064? >>
* Data Point: Millennials most apt to see benefits in mobile payments >>
* Robot ‘dolphins’ give clues to Antarctic melt in data revolution >>

* Scentists Discover a Virus That Makes Humans Less Intelligent >>
* A billion holes can make a battery >>
* ZDNet | Computing experts call for repeal of copyrightable API decision >>

* Samsung slams door on OLED TVs, makes QUANTUM dot LEAP >>
* The Science of Interstellar >>
* Obama Says Internet is a Utility and Supports Strong Net Neutrality >>

* To Foil Cyberattacks, Connected Cars Need Overlapping Shields >>
* NASA: “There have been 10,000 Generations Before Us –Ours Could be the First to Discover Extraterrestrial Life” >>

* 3D printing injects new life into knitting >>
* Adesto Is Making Low-Power Memory Chips For The Computers That Go Into Everything >>
* Google’s 8 Innovation Principles >>

* Words to put dread in a sysadmin’s heart: ‘We are moving our cloud from Windows to Linux’ >>
* Dark net ‘de-cloak’ theories abound >>
* Pizza Hut Reboot: Food Chain To Reinvent Itself For The First Time >>

* Weak Sun Poses Radiation Risk for Mars-Bound Astronauts >>
* Tiny Robots Mimic Scallops to Swim Through Bodily Fluids (VIDEO) >>
* ‘Easy-to-walk communities’ linked to better cognition in older adults >>

* ‘Invisible mice’ may allow whole-organism imaging >>
* 30 Bizarre Vending Machines From Around The World >>
* China could have 800 million outbound tourists over the next 5 years >>

* Device Changes Your Mood with a Zap to the Head >>
* Rosetta Lander Readies for First-Ever Comet Touchdown >>
* Robot Brains Catch Humans in 25 Years, Then Speed Right On By >>

* This Device Diagnoses Hundreds of Diseases Using a Single Drop of Blood | WIRED >>
* Exponential Medicine 2014 (XMED) Conference Kicks Off in San Diego >>
* ‘Naked’ Comets Could Expose Solar System’s Ancient Origin Story >>

* ‘Very Anti-Social Programmer’: Details On Doctor Doom Changes For ‘Fantastic Four’ Reboot >>
* NASA’s 1st Orion Spaceship Set for Launch Pad Trek >>
* Exponential Medicine 2014 (XMED) Conference Kicks Off in San Diego >>

* Why Computer Programs Can’t Understand Truth – And Ethics Of Artificial Intelligence Babies >>
* The problems with ‘Interstellar’ >>
* DARPA Wants To Build Flying Aircraft Carriers >>

* Google signs 60-year lease to do research at NASA’s Moffett airfield >>
* Biometrics: the future of payments >>
* FUTURISM UPDATE (November 11, 2014) >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 November 2014

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* 50% of occupations today will no longer exist in 2025: Report >>
* Novel process could let consumers 3D-print metal parts for the first time >>

* Mobile Is Eating The World >>
* Cory Doctorow: Information Doesn’t Want To Be Free >>

* CERN May Not Have Discovered Higgs Boson After All >>
* Judge Says Public Has a Right To Know About FBI’s Facial Recognition Database >>
* Managing Talent In A Networked Age, Part I >>

* DARPA funds $11 million tool that will make coding a lot easier >>
* Researchers Direct Growth of Neurons With Silicon Nitride Microtubes >>
* AT&T’s latest smartwatch for kids is both easier and tougher >>

* The Massive Economic Benefits Of Self-Driving Cars >>
* Cute robots make good filmmakers and maybe better companions >>
* Virtual reality has a future beyond video games, and it’s already started >>

* Learning circuits and programming with the Geek Squad >>
* 3D printing is venturing beyond plastic and into your home >>
* Why a Physics Revolution Might Be on Its Way >>

* NASA Blows It, Misses Spectacular Martian Meteor Shower A Million Years In The Making >>
* Disney’s ‘Big Hero 6′ Takes Down ‘Interstellar’ At The Box Office >>
* Close one! X-class solar flare causes radio blackouts >>

* Photographer captures Northern Lights, Milky Way and erupting volcano…in ONE photo >>
* Disney Research develops hybrid fluid transmission enabling light and swift robotic arms >>
* Computers Are Writing Novels, But Do You Really Want To Read Them? >>

* Medical News Today: Compassion for one person may lead to aggression toward another >>
* How to Check if Your Universe Should Exist | WIRED >>
* FUTURISM UPDATE (November 10, 2014) >>

* Mars’ Once-in-a-Million-Years Comet Flyby — “Thousands of Shooting Stars Per Hour” >>
* What Commercial Aircraft Will Look Like in 2050 >>
* Robo-roaches to help in rescues >>

* Peter Thiel: Don’t Blame Technology For Drop In Middle Class Wages >>
* Gun Control Laws Nightmare: 3D Printer Gun With Unlimited Bullets >>
* FUTURISM UPDATE (November 09, 2014) >>

* We’re an ‘out and proud’ nation of illegal downloaders >>
* Punching pine boards, breaking records >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 09 November 2014

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* Elon Musk could participate in network of 700 smaller space satellites for internet service >>
* First-Ever Comet Landing Next Week to Be Truly Epic, Scientists Say >>

* Google set to store genetic information for $25 per person in bid for personalised medicine >>
* The Big Picture: building a 3D-printed moon base >>
* Decoding cell division will be key to creating artificial chromosomes >>

* 60 seconds with the team determined to make every car a smart car >>
* Scientists create ‘see-through’ mice that could help show how cancer develops >>
* IBM Reboots Its Research to Focus on Cognitive Computing | MIT Technology Review >>

* Millennials Will Become The Majority In The Workforce In 2015. Is Your Company Ready? >>
* The Lady Vanishes: Women Watch Less Traditional TV >>
* A Virtual Feast >>

* Top Christmas toys have ‘more computer power than Apollo mission’ >>
* Zuckerberg: Most of Facebook Will Be Video Within Five Years >>
* The robotic worm >>

* The End of the Throw Away Appliance | WIRED >>
* IBM Expects Watson Artificial Intelligence to earn $10 billion per year within 10 years >>
* China will get more global High speed rail domination >>

* Plasma-Surfing Machine Brings Mini-Accelerators Closer [Video] >>
* Joblessness, inequality top global concerns in 2015: report >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – November 7, 2014 >>

* Hey! Keep Your Hands on the Wheel! >>
* Weekly Roundup: ‘Uncontrollable fame,’ the ‘budget mobile’ era and cultural dullness >>

* C3PO claims that Star Wars Episode 7 will be better than Empire Strikes Back >>
* The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is alive in official trailer >>

* How Intelligent Machines Could Take Over the GSM Network >>
* This Free Throw-Making Robot Could Probably Crack the 76ers Roster >>

* Navy Wants A Robot Boat To Protect Their Fragile Ship >>
* Big Hero 6 Is One Of The Year’s Best Science Fiction Films, Period >>
* Google Genomics can store your entire genome online for a mere $25 a year >>

* The Largest Kuiper Belt Object Isn’t Pluto Or Eris, But Triton >>
* Facebook gives you more News Feed control with faster unfollowing >>
* Weekly Roundup: ‘Uncontrollable fame,’ the ‘budget mobile’ era and cultural dullness >>

* Discovery of “Higgs Boson” Points to an Undiscovered Force of Nature >>
* Robotics Industry is far smaller than Global Outsourcing >>
* Artificial Intelligence as a Threat >>

* ‘Direct writing’ of diamond patterns from graphite a potential technological leap >>
* Students Link Brains to Fire Video Game Cannon >>
* Taiwanese Researchers Report Progress Towards a Magnesium-ion Battery >>

* Low Cost Millimeter Sensors can provide Haptic Feedback for Robotic Surgery >>
* Magic Leap Draws From the Bay Area to Assemble Its Brain Trust >>
* Design principles of the assistive soft exosuit >>

* Rocky Road Ahead for Space Tourism >>
* The Genius of the Beast: A Radical Re-Vision of Capitalism >>
* How to store solar energy for use at night more cost-effectively >>

* Astronomers capture best image ever of planet formation >>
* Software Designs Products by Simulating Evolution >>
* When AI Experts Have “It’s Alive!” Moments >>

* Why Nearby Phones May Soon Be Borrowing Your Bandwidth >>
* Nanodiamond Production Technique Opens Up Electronic Applications >>
* Landing On A Comet Is Extremely Difficult | Video >>

* Bracing for the Falls of an Aging Nation >>
* Japan wants elder care robots instead of foreign workers >>

* Launching tiny interstellar spacecraft from Jupiter >>
* Graphene-based Supercapacitors Take Another Crack at All-electric Vehicles >>
* Rethinking Databases for an Avalanche of Genetic Data >>

* Will Google Inbox Help You Conquer Email Overload? [Video] >>
* Watch This Sea Lion Chase Down A Boat Going 25 MPH >>

* How to check if your universe should exist >>
* Ancient DNA shows earliest European genomes weathered the Ice Age >>
* Low Cost Millimeter Sensors can provide Haptic Feedback for Robotic Surgery >>

* New research lights the way to super-fast computers >>
* Simulated Interstellar Black Holes >>
* The first genetically modified potato >>

* Microsoft Develops Navigation System for Blind Folks (VIDEO) >>
* 60 seconds with a simple but smart home monitoring device >>
* Software Designs Products by Simulating Evolution >>

* Human blood stem cells genetically ‘edited’ >>
* How to Lock Down Your Internet-Enabled Houseful of Gadgets >>

* This Robot Can Tap People Until They Hallucinate >>
* Elon Musk Is Next In Line To Connect To The Third World >>
* Science Needs More Women (And Not For The Reason You Think) >>

* Lego will make an official The Big Bang Theory set >>
* Now Google Wants Your Genome, Too | MIT Technology Review >>
* JIBO >>

* NASA’s Most Complex 3D-Printed Rocket Part Yet Passes Test (Video) >>
* Vodafone should quit Australia: bank >>
* New report warns 50 per cent of jobs will be redundant by 2025 >>

* Why was the first compiler written before the first interpreter? >>
* How Your Brain Decides Without You >>
* How the Word “OK” Was Invented 175 Years Ago >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 07 November 2014

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* SenseFly’s eXom Drone Uses Vision and Ultrasound to Fly Precisely, Safely >>
* Japan wants elder care robots instead of foreign workers >>

* 300 million college graduates in developing countries are more likely to take your job than a robot for the next 20 years >>
* Google Wants to Store Your Genome >>
* Swedish Researchers Report Record Wireless Data Transmission Rate >>

* Amazon’s Echo Might Be Its Most Important Product In Years >>
* This Is the First Picture of New Planets Forming >>
* THE BREAK-OFF EFFECT >>

* Pixar is making ‘Toy Story 4′ >>
* The Big Future: Can we build a virtual world? >>
* Parkinson’s stem cell ‘breakthrough’ >>

* This Robotic “Fish” Will Save Salmon from Damnation >>
* Why You Can’t Always Trust Your Brain >>
* Your Smartphone Could One Day Be Powered By Jet Fuel >>

* Get ready for ‘Interstellar’ with these TED Talks >>
* Not enough video in your Facebook news feed? Try a better phone >>
* Five questions about the future of drones with 3D Robotics’ Colin Guinn >>

* Lenovo is the new king of the PC and tablet hill >>
* Microsoft Doubles Down On Office For Tablets >>
* Meekan Raises $870,000 To Connect The World’s Calendars >>

* The Next Technology Revolution Will Drive Abundance And Income Disparity >>
* Sensor helps you watch your diet by tracking your chewing >>
* BT, HTC and EE develop tech that can pinpoint 999 calls to within metres >>

* NASA wants to build Lytro’s camera tech into space probes >>
* EE TV now available for free to existing mobile and broadband customers >>

* Kickstarter-backed smart oven would learn your habits and help you stay fit >>
* Famed Physicists Talks Quantum Mechanics and Space-Time: How to Watch Live >>
* Laser probe knows if you ate your veggies >>

* This Robot Makes People Experience a Ghostly Presence >>
* The smart oven that turns even the worst cook into a chef: ‘Maid’ preheats itself, reads out recipes and perfectly times your meals >>

* Why didn’t animals thrive on Earth sooner? Lack of oxygen made it impossible to support the rise of life during ‘boring’ billion years >>
* Will Machines Ever Think Like Humans? >>

* Smart sensors warn instantly of citywide water leaks >>
* Synthetic biology could be big boost to interplanetary space travel >>
* Internet Arcade is a classic video game paradise >>

* Amazon Unveils Siri-Like Speaker You Control With Your Voice >>
* Microsoft Office Is Now Free for iPhones, iPads and Android >>
* Virgin Galactic looks to resume tests in 2015 despite crash setbacks >>

* This App Tracks How You Sleep, Just By Placing Your Phone Next To Your Head >>
* How gravity explains why time never runs backward >>
* Artificial Intelligence Outperforms Average High School Senior >>

* What Neuro-revolution? The Public Find Brain Science Irrelevant and Anxiety-provoking | WIRED >>
* ‘Quantum holograms’ for information storage and computation | KurzweilAI >>
* Voters Nix Robo-Tix >>

* ‘Direct writing’ of diamond patterns from graphite a potential technological leap >>
* Back From the Past: Stanford Resurrects First U.S. Website >>
* High-fat diet postpones brain aging in mice >>

* Brain-to-brain interface via Internet replicated, improved >>
* ‘Direct writing’ nanodiamond patterns from graphite >>
* Tough multifunctional electronics based on bullet-proof Kevlar >>

* Ebola, Marburg viruses edit genetic material during infection >>
* SpaceShipTwo Pilot’s Survival is Miraculous >>
* Astronomers Predict 20,000 Alien Planets Observed Next Five Years >>

* The New Boosted Boards Are Actually Affordable (and Still Badass) >>
* New Brain Interface Allows For Mind-to-Mind Video Gaming >>
* Your 80s Robot Butler Dreams Just Came True >>

* Star Wars Episode VII Is Called “The Force Awakens” >>
* Who blew up the rocket? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 06 November 2014

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* 50 independent processes are at work in human brain >>
* Star Trek-style communicator lets you talk to friends at the touch of a button: $99 Onyx ‘comm-badge’ sends messages to up to 15 people >>
* Anti-burglary BULB: £124 light mimics your switching habits for to trick thieves when your house is empty >>

* MIT’s Augmented Reality Room Shows What Robots Are Thinking >>
* Plastic 3D-Printed Guns Just Got Ammo That Actually Works >>
* Could Dark Matter Make Invisible, Parallel Universes? >>

* Detangling Quantum Computers >>
* Why Google’s Cancer-Detecting Pill Is More Than Just Hype >>
* 5G is NOT 4G+1 >>

* Mercedes-Benz unveils concept vehicle that doubles up as a SOLAR PANEL >>
* Could we soon record our DREAMS? Headset uses brainwaves to give viewers snapshots of their subconscious mind >>
* Oculus CEO: New virtual reality headset ‘months away’ >>

* Limb cells ‘can turn into genitals’ >>
* Should marriage come with an expiry date? >>
* Drone on your doorstep: UK start-up trials delivery service >>

* World’s first solar cycle lane opening in the Netherlands >>
* 10 Innovations That Will Change Medicine In 2015 >>
* ‘Interstellar’: timely ode to space conquest >>

* The Quest for the Fountain of Youth >>
* SpaceShipTwo Crash: Mach 1 Is Still the Worst Place to Be In >>
* Digital is slippery >>

* India and China in 2025 >>
* How to Exchange Encrypted Messages on Any Website >>
* Google’s Half-Finished Attempt to Take Over the Living Room >>

* A Near-Term Sail Niche >>
* Building A Space Base, Part 3: Making Remote Robots Smart >>
* Satellite Debris Forces Space Station To Evade Threat Hours Before Collision Threat >>

* Is the Dark Matter 27% of the Universe Massive? “May be Dense as a Neutron Star, or the Nucleus of an Atom” >>
* Scallop-Like Nanobots Could Someday Swim Through Your Blood and Eyeballs >>
* Egg shape ‘helped birds survive’ asteroid impact >>

* UK’s fatty 4G networks SLOW DOWN. Too much Bacon, perhaps? >>
* A Clock So Precise That It Detects Tiny Shifts In The Flow Of Time >>

* A Wearable Walkie-Talkie Inspired by Star Trek’s Communicator >>
* The LHC Is Going to Produce 400PB of Data Every Year >>
* Watch This Carrier Drone Let Another Drone Take Off From It >>

* Fujitsu waves 50PB+ MONSTER at hyperscale storage freaks >>
* Google Drive Now Works Better With Desktop Applications >>

* See Google’s Smarter Take On Smart TV In Our Android TV Video Walkthrough >>
* Does Watson Know the Answer to IBM’s Woes? >>
* Bionic Bird Is An App-Controlled Drone That Flies Like A Flappy Bird >>

* Android 5.0 Makes SD Cards Great Again >>
* Gigabit Internet Connections Make Property Values Rise >>
* Orbital Sciences to Stop Using Suspect Russian Rocket Engine After Explosion >>

* Gmail Will Give Anyone an Invite to Inbox for One Hour Today >>
* How Sex Organs Get Their Start >>
* AGI, Consciousness, Science, and Self Governance: The Revolutions of Scientific Structure (55min) >>

* More Antiaging work from Harvard’s Sinclair Lab >>
* Wax Fuel Gives Hybrid Rockets More Oomph >>
* Orbital Science might turn to Spacex to Fulfill NASA Space Station Contracts >>

* Body Sensors Help Dogs ‘Talk’ to Humans >>
* Noviosense Eye Glucometer May Get Rid of Finger Pricks for Diabetics >>
* Experts fear privacy implications of Internet of Things >>

* The future of books is on your phone, not your tablet >>
* Can Brazil break away from the American web? >>
* Tech giant Intel backs schoolboy inventor >>

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