Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 September 2014

September 21, 2014 Leave a comment

* Inside Google’s ambitious plan to change the Internet forever >>
* NASA spacecraft approaches Mars to seek answers to lost water >>
* The Oculus Connect Keynotes Are Now Online For Your Viewing Pleasure >>
* From space race to space war >>

* Oculus lets you tinker with the code and design of its first VR headset >>
* Can a Computer Replace Your Doctor? >>
* Human Faces Evolved To Look Unique, Reports New Study >>

* Google Search Somewhere Else, Says Apple >>
* Oculus’ new prototype is where VR should be right now >>

* Disney Has Figured Out A Way To Get More Girls To Play Console Video Games >>
* Robot with “morals” makes surprisingly deadly decisions >>
* New radar gun could aid police in catching people who text while driving >>

* SpaceX Launches 3D Printer And Mice To Space Station >>
* Mountaineers Lit the Matterhorn to Celebrate 150 Years of Climbing >>
* A Surprising Time-of-Death Tool >>

* NASA Craft, Nearing Mars, Prepares to Go to Work >>
* VR headset creates new kind of world >>
* FLYING home! £12k wonder that beats the rush hour >>

* Lockdown Begins in Sierra Leone to Battle Ebola >>
* The $300 Headband That Gamifies Your Moment Of Zen | TechCrunch >>
* A Real Project and Product that seems like a Dilbert Cartoon >>

* Someone finally made a truly 3D movie >>
* Totem, Oculus Rift competitor, promises better virtual reality — but needs money >>
* The biggest and best games we saw at Tokyo Game Show >>

* Scientists discover an on/off switch for aging cells >>
* Can jibo, the family robot, make the world more beautiful? >>

* Stanford researchers create evolved protein that may stop cancer from spreading >>
* Japanese giant Obayashi announces plans to have a space elevator up and running by 2050 >>
* Medtronic SEEQ Continuous Monitoring System Helps Detect Cardiac Arrhythmias (VIDEO) >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 September 2014

September 20, 2014 Leave a comment

* ‘Artificial retina’ could detect sub-atomic particles >>
* US opens ‘drone zones’ for a year of pioneer testing >>
* Video: Peter Thiel On How We Can Make The Future Awesome >>
* Gaze-tracker lets you connect to devices with a glance >>

* Electric car breaks 200 mph barrier to set new land speed record >>
* Futuristic Firefighter Suit Has Sensors, Head-up Display >>
* Quick-change materials break the silicon speed limit for computers >>

* Samsung Bets On OLED Printer Maker Kateeva >>
* The Week In Drones: Robots Piloting Robots, Indiana Drones, And More >>
* Watch the High-Tech Levi’s Stadium Being Built In a Dazzling Timelapse >>

* Mousetronauts To Live In Space For the Longest Stretch Yet >>
* Can a video same shoot down moon-hoax claims? >>
* Fingertip sensor gives robot unprecedented dexterity >>

* VIDEO: Silent streets amid Ebola lockdown >>
* Google plans quantum computer with longer coherence times >>
* Imagination in health and medicine? 11 fresh ideas from the TEDMED stage >>

* Larry Ellison’s Oracle Started As a CIA Project >>
* China Shows Off Less Deadly Rocket Launcher >>
* New fingertip sensor makes this robot incredibly dextrous >>

* IEEE standards group wants to bring order to IoT >>
* US Navy’s Triton UAV completes first cross-country flight >>
* UK Engineers 3D Print Their Own Raspberry Pi Laptop >>

* KISS Your Leader [100 Words Into The Future] >>
* TROBO Is A Storytelling Plush Toy Robot That Teaches Kids Science And Math >>
* Everybody Wants Alibaba: Opens Over $92 Per Share, Up 35% >>

* Sony releases SmartEyeglass developer kit >>
* Learn to Solder Copper Pipe >>
* France passes its anti-Uber law >>

* MapMyFitness for iPhone lets you see all your activity in one place >>
* Google to turn on encryption by default in next Android version >>
* Researchers use cell-phone data, not precogs, to predict crime in London >>

* Number of websites passes 1 billion mark >>
* Android L’s newest security feature: out-of-the-box encryption >>
* MinION, the USB-sized DNA sequencer, goes through real-world testing >>

* Graphene sensor tracks down cancer biomarkers >>
* SpaceX aims to step up launch rate with next mission for NASA >>
* Smart-material chinstrap harvests energy from chewing >>

* Brain uses three perceptual parameters to recognize ‘gloss’ >>
* Meet Beryl, the lifelike 3D model made using scans of an elderly lady >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Sept. 19, 2014: Private Spaceflight! >>

* Space Station Extension May Cost More Than NASA Expects: Report >>
* Cosmic Particles Detected that May Come from a New Unknown Source >>
* Gravity will Eventually Create a Universe with Only a Few Mega-Galaxies >>

* Finally, a Pair of Waterproof Chucks That’ll Survive a Soaking >>
* “Someday” is Now for Solar and Wind Power, says Lazard >>
* Smart Headlight Illuminates the Road without Blinding Other Drivers >>

* Solar City and Tesla Hatch a Plan to Lower the Cost of Solar Power >>
* Video Friday IROS 2014: Humanoid Eyes, Drones With Arms, and Printable Robots >>

* Potentially Habitable Moons >>
* A new impermeable form of graphene oxide could be the ultimate protective coating >>
* Car hacking: who’s monitoring (or controlling) your car? >>

* U.N. Predicts New Global Population Boom >>
* “Twisted” Radio Beams Data at 32 Gigabits per Second >>
* Weird New Graphene Effect Makes Electrons Scoot Sideways >>

* Possible 6,800 new Ebola cases this month, research predicts >>
* A nanosized hydrogen generator >>

* Genetically driven gut feelings help female flies choose a mate >>
* First-ever chemical bond established between carbon and a superheavy element >>
* Apple’s smart watch could have us all self-monitoring >>

* Engines of Innovation >>
* Forget GMOs. Better Data Is the Key to Reinventing Food >>
* The scary element that saved the crew of Apollo 13 >>

* Rumor: Oculus Will Unveil A Handheld Virtual Reality Controller At Conference >>
* U.N. aviation body to mull space safety as space taxis ready for flight >>
* FUTURISM UPDATE (September 20, 2014) >>

* Are wearable activity monitors equivalent to professional health advice? >>
* Northeastern unveils state-of-the-art 3D nanoscale printing system >>
* Species Disappearing 1,000 Times Faster than Pre-Human Times, New Study >>

* 6 Tips For Getting Started With Google Now >>
* The “Oculus Platform” Marketplace For Virtual Reality Apps Coming This Fall >>
* Star Wars Producers Want a ‘DroneShield’ To Prevent Leaks On Set >>

* A Nuclear Primer — It’s All About Uranium >>
* Watch The Oculus Connect Keynotes Here >>
* NASA spacecraft approaches Mars to seek answers to lost water >>

* Wireless sensor transmits tumor pressure >>
* Big Bang Gravitational Waves: True or Not? [Video] >>
* Intel wireless charging in a bowl coming sooner than later >>

* Google and Apple to force encryption >>
* Are Alibaba’s Best Days Ahead, or Behind It? >>
* Apple Pay, Mobile Payments, And NFC: Why Mobile Payments Are Back From The Dead >>

* IBM Using An Unusual New Tactic To Retrain Its Employees Instead Of Laying Off >>
* YouTube Is Paying Millions To Keep Its Biggest Stars On The Site >>
* Peter Thiel Says Computers Haven’t Made Our Lives Significantly Better >>

* Gene therapy helps weak mice grow strong and helped those with neuromuscular disease live longer >>
* SpaceX Webcast >>

* Weekend Image: Dwarf Dark-Matter Galaxy 10 Billion Light Years from Earth >>
* Holodecks, Heaven’s Gate, Everything About the iPhone 6, and More >>

* Do Toy Companies Need More Women at the Top? >>
* The invasion of corporate news >>
* Intel putting 3D scanners in consumer tablets next year, phones to follow >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 September 2014

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* Wine Critics Watch Out: Artificial Tongues Are Getting Better >>
* World population could near 11 billion by 2100 >>
* New gluten sensor will sniff out hidden flour >>

* This Artificial Tongue Can Taste the Tannins in Wine >>
* Oracle founder Larry Ellison resigns after 35 years as CEO >>
* Facebook turns its feed into a popularity contest >>

* Google to boost Android encryption, joining Apple >>
* Alibaba a market valuation of $167.6 billion >>

* Ebola ‘threat to world security’ >>
* Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future >>
* The Disruption Myth >>

* Capturing the motion of a single molecule in real time as it oscillates from one quantum state to another >>
* Popular Science picks best inventions for 2014 >>
* This Exoplanet Has Prematurely Aged its Star >>

* VIDEO: Technology helps India’s farmers >>
* First blood test to diagnose depression in adults >>
* Where Confidence Lives In the Brain >>

* TEDMED DC: The Companies We Met in The Hive >>
* Smallest known galaxy with supermassive black hole discovered >>
* Brains Get a Performance Boost From Believing Effort Trumps Genetics >>

* Drone-Carrying Drone Carries Drone Carries Drone Carries Gum >>
* This 3-D Printed Smartphone Microscope Only Costs a Dollar >>
* NASA’s Second Shuttle Carrier Jet Lands on Public Display >>

* Watch a Mammoth Airbus A380 Go From the Assembly Line to the Runway >>
* Research team aims to improve plant-based battery with neutrons, simulation >>

* Meta 1 Augmented Reality Glasses Are Dragging Us Into A VR Future >>
* What every Java developer needs to know about Java 9 >>
* Technology Stalled in 1970 >>

* Pocket-sized drone with a 360 degree that can fly through windows and tunnels >>
* Strangest star: 6 things we didn’t know about the sun >>
* Nuclear spins control current in plastic LED >>

* LSU Health research discovers means to free immune system to destroy cancer >>
* Advanced molecular “sieves” could be used for carbon capture >>
* ‘Honeybee’ robots replicate swarm behavior >>

* Tiny Implants Could Give Humans Self-Healing Superpowers >>
* Humans could live in ‘space cities’ that orbit Earth – and beyond – by 2100, claims expert >>
* Finding supports model on cause of DNA’s right-handed double helix >>

* Nanotechnologists Discover How to Carve Tunnels Beneath the Surface of Silicon Chips >>
* New Evidence That We Could Grow Vegetables On Mars And The Moon >>
* U.S. Army Wants A Parachuting Tank >>

* MIT’s New BioSuit Shrinkwraps Astronauts to Hold Them Together >>
* Facebook Will Try to Stop Showing You Old, Irrelevant Posts >>
* Gaze In Wonder at the Best Astronomy Photographs of the Year >>

* Tiny Humanoid Robot Learning to Fly Real Airplanes >>
* Google Works with NASA to Test Cars Without Backup Drivers >>

* See Jeff Bezos Unveil Blue Origin’s New Rocket Engine (Video) >>
* The promise of Promise Theory: The O’Reilly Radar Podcast >>
* Project and Task-Management Tool Trello Hits 5 Million Users >>

* This Bizarre Organism Builds Itself a New Genome Every Time It Has Sex >>
* The Navy’s New Triton Drone Just Flew Clear Across America >>
* Artificial Sweeteners May Contribute to Metabolic Disorders >>

* Researchers design ‘artificial nose’ to detect DNA differentiation with single nucleotide resolution >>
* Elon Musk: Self-Driving Teslas Are Just Six Years Away >>
* 11 Outrageous Things Billionaire Larry Ellison Has Taught The World >>

* Ebola outbreak: Health team ‘found dead’ in Guinea >>
* MIT’s Amazing DARPA-Funded Jumping Robot Shows How The US Military Is Pivoting To Disaster Relief >>
* 10 Horrifying Technologies That Should Never Be Allowed To Exist >>

* New Tech Lets You Design and Print Your New Home on Mars in Just 24 Hours >>
* New update sets Apple TV up as smart home hub >>
* Iraq War 3 >>

* Scientists uncover the neural basis of confidence in the rat brain >>
* Newest Androids will join iPhones in offering default encryption, blocking police >>
* How Close Are We to Star Trek Propulsion? >>

* Measuring the motion patterns of bacteria in real time >>
* Interactive Bionic Man, featuring 14 novel biotechnologies >>

* Why Air Power is not enough to force surrender in simple terms >>
* InsideAR 2014 Munich >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 September 2014

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* Chin strap makes electricity from chewing >>
* Public transport holds key for clean cities, says study >>

* Ebola trial volunteer immunised >>
* Lasers slim down on stopped-light diet >>
* A Robotic 3D Printer Could Print Anything, Anywhere It Wants >>

* Competing teams announced for a $1 million prize incentive to create an artificial liver >>
* The Razor UAV Only Costs $800 to Print–Yeah, Print >>
* MIT Invents A Magic Lens That Combines All Your Screens Into A Single Experience >>
* Beartooth Radio Turns Your Smartphone Into a Walkie-Talkie >>

* Airbus Patents VR Headsets to Make Flying Suck Less >>
* Researchers Use Drones and Lasers to Map Out Ancient Maya Sites >>
* The World’s Saddest Robot Looks For A Friend In Post-Apocalyptic Paris >>

* 3D-printed clip-on smartphone microscope magnifies 1000x >>
* MIT-bred technology would let cars help each other avoid traffic jams >>
* Machine Learning: Review; With New iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, It’s What’s Inside That Counts >>

* If there was a tsunami warning in your area, could you escape on foot? >>
* Apple’s HealthKit Faces Unspecified Issues Right Before iOS 8 Launch >>

* Facebook Working on Private Sharing App, Report Says >>
* 3-D printing leads to another advance in make-it-yourself lab equipment >>
* Boeing-Lockheed picks Bezos engine for future rockets >>

* Scientists twist radio beams to send data >>
* WATCH: Dad’s hilarious reaction as he ‘rides’ a rollercoaster wearing his son’s virtual reality headset >>

* VIDEO: Ebola: The scale of the challenge >>
* Ebola could wreck W Africa economies >>
* Motorcycling to Ebola Treatment Could Spread the Infection >>

* See Lucy Lawless in Action in the First Two Minutes of Agents of SHIELD >>
* Taste the future: Ordering ahead meets fast food >>
* GM: 100 million The Number of Models That Could Shut Off While You’re Driving Has Tripled >>

* Wave Power’s Uncertain Future >>
* Visualizing how TMS affects groups of neurons in real time >>

* Digital metamaterials will greatly simplify metamaterials >>
* Boeing with Blue Origin helping will get $4.2 billion and Spacex gets $2.6 billion >>
* Radical New DNA Sequencer Finally Gets into Researchers’ Hands >>

* Kitten Clone: Inside Alcatel-Lucent >>
* Motorized Pants to Help Soldiers and Stroke Victims >>
* How Private Space Taxis for Astronauts Could Help NASA Reach Mars >>

* BitTorrent Bleep, the Secure P2P Chat, Is Available For Mac and Android >>
* NASA is supposed to spot 90% of dangerous asteroids by 2020. It’s at 10% >>
* Child Mortality rates have dropped in half since 1990 but still more to be done >>

* Airbus Patents a VR Helmet That’ll Make You Forget You’re on a Plane | WIRED >>
* Artificial Intelligence Is Doomed if We Don’t Control Our Data >>
* Fable Wants to Make Modular Robotics Easy for Everyone >>

* The World’s Greatest Cup Holder Can Survive the World’s Worst Drivers >>
* Eyes On With the 270-Degree Future of Cinema >>
* Scientists Are Reinventing Photosynthesis to Grow More Food >>

* Computerized emotion detector >>
* The foresight gap: What too many organizations get wrong >>
* Multitask Humanoid Control with a Brain-Computer Interface >>

* Artificial Intelligence: How Algorithms Make Systems Smart >>
* AT&T Patents Technology to Keep Torrent Files Alive >>
* Big Data Is Changing the Way We Get Well >>

* This Virtual Reality Headset Lets In the World Around You >>
* Origami Microscope And The “World’s Most Awesome Biology Manual” Will Make You See The World Differently >>
* New algorithms lets owners swap, recharge battery modules in electric cars >>

* VIDEO: ‘I volunteered for trial Ebola vaccine’ >>
* Sleep switch discovered deep inside the brain >>
* A Math Genius Who Made Major Breakthrough About Prime Numbers Just Won A $625,000 Prize >>

* Billionaire Investor Says Chinese People Work Harder And Western Companies Could Face Deep Trouble After Alibaba IPO >>
* Holden’s brain drain begins >>
* Ebola: seven things that need to be done to tackle the outbreak >>

* SpaceX ‘checking off boxes on mission to Mars’ >>
* VIDEO: What will New York make of Alibaba? >>
* Apple will no longer unlock most iPhones, iPads for police, even with search warrants >>

* Tim Cook to Apple customers: Your privacy is top priority >>
* The new Kindle Voyage e-reader is shockingly good >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 September 2014

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* Boeing and SpaceX Will Share NASA’s $6.8 Billion In Space Taxi Money >>
* Google Is Testing Drones That Could Bring The Internet To Remote Lands >>
* Ford Puts Voice-Activated IFTTT In Your Dashboard >>

* A Military-Grade Drone That Can Be Printed Anywhere >>
* First-of-Its-Kind LNG Cargo Ship Gets First-of-Its-Kind Engine >>
* New algorithm enables MIT cheetah robot to run and jump, untethered, across grass >>

* U.S. military to lead Ebola fight >>
* The Mathematics of Ebola Trigger Stark Warnings: Act Now or Regret It >>
* Obama: Ebola crisis ‘spiraling out of control’ >>
* ‘Unparalleled’ Crisis: Ebola Death Toll Now Tops 2,500 >>
* UN calls for $1bn to fight Ebola >>

* NASA asteroid defense system is a failure, says audit >>
* True Random Numbers From Your Smartphone Camera? >>
* IBM’s New Watson Analytics Wants To Bring Big Data To The Masses >>

* A New ‘Radar Gun’ May Spot Drivers Who Text Behind The Wheel >>
* Squishy Pink Robot Makes Explosive Jumps >>
* Looking for the Key to Security in the Internet of Things >>

* Smart Headlights Make Driving With High Beams Safer >>
* Google Takes On Parkinson’s One Bite at a Time >>
* NASA’s Private Astronaut Space Taxi: Who Could it Be? >>

* New Horizon Spacecraft Racing Towards the “Unexplored Planet” –“Could Have Astrobiological Potential” >>
* There’s a Better Way to Dry Clean Your Clothes >>
* NASA’s Commercial Crew Program – Timeline | Video >>

* World’s First 3D Printed Car Took Years to Design, But Only 44 Hours to Print >>
* Scientists Are Studying Radiation Exposure From The 1945 Trinity Blast >>
* October 2014 Issue of Popular Science >>

* Philips Will Cure Your Aches With Wireless Drug-Free Pain Relievers >>
* What Is Wi-Fi Calling? >>
* Tomy’s new quadrotor is a crazy, flying boat-car >>

* In Its First Driver’s Test, Google’s Autonomous Car Was “Overly Cautious” >>
* Hidden Chrome for Android feature automatically answers questions in the search bar >>

* Me, my neuroprocessor, and I: Preparing for a hybrid world >>
* Wi-Fi group acts to simplify peer-to-peer video, printing and other tasks >>
* 3D Printing Company Stratasys Is Buying GrabCAD For Around $100M >>

* Broader Perspective: Proximity Marketing: Opportunity for Rich-Attribute Conveyance >>
* How a quantum computer could defeat a classical computer >>
* The NFC Chip In Your New iPhone Is Only Good For Apple Pay — For Now >>

* 23 new gene variants linked to prostate cancer risk >>
* Scientists twist radio beams to send data: Transmissions reach speeds of 32 gigibits per second >>
* SpaceX must meet high standard to get rocket certified: general >>

* How learning to talk is in the genes >>
* Scientists find exactly how our body clock works – and say discovery could mean the end of jetlag and even help fight cancer >>
* What’s Up With That: Why Do All My Friends Like the Same Music? >>

* Theoretical Design of Superefficient Quantum Engines >>
* ‘Looney Tunes’ dashes to mobile in new game >>
* Astronomers Find Star-Within-a-Star, 40 Years After First Theorized >>

* Pictures of the World’s Biggest Cargo Ship Make You Feel Tiny >>
* Reexamining classical and quantum models for the D-Wave One processor >>
* Electricity Makes Mortar for Nanotube Bricks >>

* This New Parking App Can Find Empty Spaces, No Sensors Required >>
* Magnetic Nanobeads Can Snatch Bacteria and Virus Out of Blood >>
* Misunderstood Money Math: Why Interest Matters More Than You Think >>

* Cool Experiment Puts Asimov’s First Law Of Robotics To The Test >>
* Astronomers Find Star-Within-a-Star, 40 Years After First Theorized >>
* The Internet Is Losing Interest in Computers >>

* Nasa will ‘miss goal to find 90% of nearby potentially dangerous asteroids’ >>
* Nasa backs Boeing’s astronaut crew ship design >>
* Netflix Has a Plan to Take Over the World >>

* New data center protects against solar storms and nuclear EMPs >>
* Why and How Should We Build a Basic Income for Every Citizen? >>
* Can Machines Be Moral Actors? >>

* 1000-Foot-Tall Tower in the Amazon Will Monitor Climate Change From High in the Sky >>
* Future of Robotics Debate Stumbles Over Question: What Is a Robot >>
* Mice With Genetically “Humanized” Brains Learn Faster >>

* We need to make buying a complete Internet of Things solution easier >>
* Canon’s G7x is yet another great compact camera option >>
* Panasonic launches Lumix camera phone with giant sensor >>

* The First Space Vessel Designed Entirely for Tourists >>
* Smart dust: A complete computer that’s smaller than a grain of sand >>
* Single Cell Smashes, Rebuilds Its Own Genome >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 September 2014

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* Human ‘language gene’ makes mice smarter >>
* DARPA testing planes with a ‘Star Wars’-style laser cannon >>
* Watch new Windows 9 features in action with these leaked videos >>

* Schizophrenia Is Actually Eight Distinct Genetic Disorders >>
* Say hello to the FBI’s national facial recognition system >>
* Now you can work in your sleep >>

* New Windows 9 Leaks Show Massive Improvements Over Windows 8 >>
* Samsung NX1: A 4K Video Chomping, 28-Megapixel Camera In a Compact Body >>
* MIT Cheetah Robot Bounds Off Tether, Outdoors >>

* Human Stem Cell Clock Reset to Zero >>
* Cryogenic on-chip quantum electron cooling leads towards computers that consume 10x less power >>
* iPhone 6: Apple Confirms Record 4 Million Pre-Orders And Supply Shortage >>

* Protein secrets of Ebola virus >>
* Humans and mice can repair missing rib >>
* Going Inside the Rice Microbiome >>

* Google unveils its first ultra-cheap Android One phones: £65 devices launch in India >>
* Unbreakable Smartphones And Better TVs? Silicon Valley’s Quiet $110M Startup Could Make Them Both Reality >>
* Samsung’s new flagship DSLR shoots 28.2-megapixel stills and 4K video >>

* Nextbigfuture look to the future of medicine from now to 2064 >>
* Oculus Rift CEO Says Classrooms of the Future Will Be In VR Goggles >>
* Breakthrough Bounding and quieter electric motor used in MIT cheetahbot >>

* Soft Exosuit could overcome problems with heavier exoskeletons >>
* A soft ‘wearable robot’ exosuit to increase stamina for soldiers and civilians >>
* Construction Begins at a Carbon-Capture Plant, but Will It Ever Be Completed? >>

* This Self-Weighing Suitcase Gives a Running Total While You Pack >>
* Odd Orbits of Alien Planets “Could Help Support Complex Life” >>
* NASA Unveils World’s Largest Welder to Build World’s Most Powerful Rocket >>

* Watch and Squirm As This Robot Tentacle Snakes Through a Fake Pipe >>
* How to Make Sure Your Net Neutrality Comment Matters >>
* All Science Should Be Taught With Gigantic Ball Machines >>

* Microsoft’s Safe $2.5 Billion Bet On Minecraft >>
* The giant power plug used for floating wind turbines is pretty damn cool >>
* Chromebooks gain Chromecast streaming for Google Drive-stored videos >>

* Demand For 3D Printing Skills Is Accelerating Globally >>
* Scientists control surface tension to manipulate liquid metals (w/ Video) >>
* Takata Air Bag Recall Could Dwarf GM and Toyota Recalls >>

* Why parents are raising their kids on Minecraft >>
* “Assembly Line” Snaps Together Complex Organic Molecules With Ease >>
* Clearpath Hits Husky With Shrink Ray, Announces Jackal UGV >>

* Rosetta reveals its target landing site >>
* The Incredible Toys Of Billionaire Richard Branson >>
* TEDMED DC Day 3: First Imagine, Then Amplify >>

* Smartphone Movements Could Reveal Empty Parking Spots >>
* Local Motors 3D-Prints Incredible Full-Scale Car in Just 44 Hours! >>
* Official Trailer: “Smarter Brains” Coming Soon on PBS >>

* How Network Theory Is Revealing Previously Unknown Patterns in Sport >>
* Samsung’s camera lineup gets serious with Pro NX1 >>
* Canon reveals 7D Mark II with three new lenses >>

* Black market in blood of Ebola survivors to treat victims, doctors report >>
* Teenager creates $80 breath-to-speech device, costs 100x less than current solutions >>
* Formula E Opens With A Crash >>

* Synthetic female decoys might be the next big thing in male insect zapping >>
* FBI just finished building its facial recognition system >>
* New Zealand’s surveillance fight could change the way the NSA spies on the Pacific >>

* Slow-motion videos of skateboarding are all I want to film with my iPhone 6 >>
* Google reveals the first ultra-cheap Android One smartphones >>
* Singularity University Summit Europe 2014 >>

* Tech firms want ‘digital ministers’ and easier migration >>
* Brain may ‘compensate’ for Alzheimer’s damage >>

* Misconceptions About the Universe >>
* Drone company 3D Robotics lands an investment from Richard Branson >>
* Wernher von Braun’s Fantastic Vision: Ferry Rocket >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 September 2014

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* Robotic hand to feel its way to deep-sea discoveries >>
* New Asteroid Calculators Take Guess-Work Out Of Global Devastation >>
* Brain may ‘compensate’ for Alzheimer’s damage >>

* Sources; Next Version Of The Apple Watch Is Going To Be Much Better >>
* DARPA’s jetpack will help soldiers run faster, stronger (video) >>
* Eat the Skin >>

* Robot Operating System To Officially Support ARM Processors >>
* How Ancient DNA Is Rewriting Human History >>

* A Cambrian Explosion In AI Is Coming >>
* ‘Artificial spleen’ removes poisons from blood >>
* New headphones put a personal trainer in your ears >>

* Engineers made a battery-free radio the size of an ant >>
* Seed Is Creating A Truly Idiot-Proof Internet Of Things >>
* Gene therapy can protect mice against toxins >>

* 24 tech companies which are changing your future >>
* 7 Tech Projects That Could Revolutionize Your Daily Life >>
* Toyota tests ride-sharing with its adorable electric vehicles >>

* Tim Cook: TV Is Stuck Back in the 1970s >>
* Auroras ‘Will Never Be Forgotten’ From X-Flare’s Solar Storm | Video >>
* Book Review: What If? >>

* Virgin Galactic, Land Rover Launch Contest to Send People into Space >>
* Median Mashup: Hubble’s Top 100 >>
* Progress towards Revolutionary Superstrong and superlight Nanoceramic lattices >>

* The Only Existing Photo of Einstein Blackboarding His E=MC2 Formula >>
* What The First All-Electric Racing Championship Will Be Like >>
* Star Wars’ Final Scene Is Ridiculously Awkward Without Music >>

* The Future According To Stanislaw Lem >>
* Is This New Women-Only Ride-Sharing App Illegal? >>
* All-Electric Car Race Ends in Crash With No Flames, But Plenty of Sparks >>

* A blood test could be developed for depression >>
* Technology Is Radically Changing The Advertising Business — And The Consequences Are Profound >>

* Scientists test jetpack to help soldiers run faster on the battlefield >>
* What Tim Cook Doesn’t Think Enough People Know About Steve Jobs >>
* Smartphones: The Corporate Personality Test >>

* Engineering mosquitoes to spread health >>
* Superbugs meet their match in rapid genome sequencing >>
* Gene-Silencing Drugs Finally Show Promise >>

* Sagittarius: How to Spot a Cosmic Archer in the Night Sky >>
* Sapphire Glass Didn’t Pass iPhone Drop Test According to Reports >>
* High School Student Builds Gun That Unlocks With Your Fingerprint >>

* Glympse’s Android keyboard lets you share your location from any app >>
* If We Can’t Kill Cancer, Can We Control It? >>
* Microsoft needs Minecraft to boost mobile ambitions >>

* Digital Detox: Reboot or Die Trying >>
* Expect long lines for iPhone this week >>
* Twitter’s Huge Mistake >>

* Achieving Self-Control: It’s About Delaying Gratification >>
* World’s First 3D Printer in Space Will Launch This Month >>

* Dress the way you feel with Intel’s 3D printed smart dress >>
* Geneticists Discover a Way to Extend Lifespans to 800 Years >>
* Elon Musk: SpaceX Wants To Build A City On Mars >>

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