Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 October 2014

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* Anonabox could be the everyman’s answer to internet privacy >>
* Pi-Top, a 3D-printed DIY Raspberry Pi laptop kit >>
* If You Have $77,000 You’re In The Wealthiest 10% Of The World >>

* DESTAR phased array laser systems for defending against asteroids >>
* Facebook Passes YouTube, Delivers A Billion More Desktop Video Views In August >>

* Fly genes hold clue to human illness >>
* Our planet just experienced the warmest six-month stretch ever recorded. >>
* Here’s a Wristband That’ll Let Friends Know When You’ve Had Enough Booze >>

* Cancer Metastasis Reduced Up to 90% in Mice Using Engineered Decoy Protein >>
* This rolling robot wants to replace your TV, stereo system, and babysitter >>
* These Two Guys Have Figured Out How To Make Your House Key Obsolete >>

* Even the Pentagon agrees: climate change is a ‘threat multiplier’ >>
* Google makes us all dumber: The neuroscience of search engines >>
* Alzheimer’s-in-a-dish is ‘first clear evidence’ for amyloid hypothesis >>

* Next Big Trend: Robots That Follow You Around | WIRED >>
* Microrobots armed with new force-sensing system to probe cells >>
* Top 10 Emerging Technologies 2014 >>

* How Flies Are Responsible For Beer’s Tasty, Fruity Smells >>
* Your Phone Could Become Part of the World’s Largest Telescope >>
* Secret Robot Space Plane Returns To Earth Today >>

* Robot Teams Practice for Japan Volcano Monitoring >>
* Auroral Corona over Norway >>
* PCD Twisted Helical End Mill features reduced cutting resistance >>

* Volcanoes on the Moon May Have Erupted During the Dinosaur Age >>
* Fitbit’s New “Charge” Could Track Your Heart and Get Phone Notifications >>
* Google tosses cash wad into $500m Magic Leap tin – report >>

* The U.S. Won’t Say What Its Secret Space Drone Did for Two Years >>
* Vodafone’s £125 Smart Tab 4G is its first LTE tablet >>
* Smart everything: Behind Hive’s plans to automate your entire home >>

* Self-help kiosk set up in hospital’s emergency department >>
* Google considers Amazon as its biggest search competitor >>
* Tiny Wireless Device Offers Tor Anonymity >>

* Exotic Propulsion Intiative at the Space Studies Institute >>
* Paul March Reactionless Drive Interview >>
* Two video talks by James Woodward on Mach Effect, ADM Masses, Wormholes and Stargates >>
* Lightweight Medusa nuclear pulse propulsion >>

* WHO Says Ebola Outbreak is Killing 70% of People Who Contract Disease >>
* Ebola Is Coming. Why A Travel Ban Won’t Stop Outbreaks >>
* More troops tackling Ebola than battling Isil or the Taliban >>
* WHO: More Than 9,000 People Are Infected With Ebola And It’s Expanding >>
* The inevitable rise of Ebola conspiracy theories >>
* Where Does Ebola Hide? >>
* Ebola Lessons We Need To Learn From Dallas >>

* Dinosaur breathing study shows that noses enhanced smelling and cooled brain >>
* New electric vehicle technology packs more punch in smaller package >>
* Light makes mice forget scary memories >>

* Neuroscience Reveals the Secrets of Meditation’s Benefits >>
* Meditation, Virus Therapy, Programmable Matter and Rooftop Solar >>
* Are we closer to solving the meaning of life? World’s longest neutrino beam seeks to find out why our universe exists >>

* What’s New in Cancer Research? >>
* Smart Bandage Warns Of Wound-healing Problems >>
* EXPONENTIAL ORGANIZATIONS >>

* How your voice is being used to ID you >>
* Phone voice software lost in translation >>
* Nanotube-based Li-ion Batteries Can Charge to Near Maximum in Two Minutes >>

* New Gulfstream jets’ flight deck looks like sci-fi spaceship cockpit >>
* Scientists Recreated A 170-Year-Old Beer Found In A Shipwreck >>
* Apple and Facebook to pay for female employees to freeze their eggs >>

* Inside New York’s Atom Smasher: Recreating The 7-Trillion-Degree Conditions Of The Early Universe >>
* August lock lets you use the phone to unlock your door >>
* Report: Google Is About To Invest In A Technology That Competes With Oculus Rift >>

* Bruce Sterling NEXT13 – Fantasy prototypes and real disruption >>
* Americans face post-foreclosure hell as wages garnished, assets seized >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 October 2014

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* New Li-Ion Batteries Charge 70 Percent in 2 Minutes, Last for 20 Years >>
* Samsung Has Made Wi-Fi That’s Five Times Faster 4.6Gbps, Due 2015 >>
* Smart Battery Tells You When It’s About To Explode >>

* Drones Learn Tricks Suspended Loads, Through-Window Package Delivery Inevitable >>
* Private Space Habitat to Blow Up on ISS Next Year >>
* Flexible ‘Tentacle Robots’ Could Aid Planetary Exploration >>

* Researchers make first observation of atoms moving inside bulk material >>
* Dark matter could light up giant mirror >>
* Can Sodium Save Nuclear Power? >>

* Instead of Google Glass, How About a Tiny Telescope? >>
* Were Lunar Volcanoes Active When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth? >>
* Remember how Facebook is experimenting with friend-to-friend payments? >>

* High Speed Trains Can Make Underground Sonic Booms >>
* Network Theory Reveals The Hidden Link Between Trade And Military Alliances That Leads to Conflict-Free Stability >>
* High-speed fluorescence for 1,000-times-faster LEDs >>

* Philips’ wearable sensor gives COPD patients constant health tracking >>
* Sprite Lightning in Slow Motion >>
* Study Shows Voice-Controlled Devices Distract Drivers >>

* Scientists Are Creating the Coldest Cubic Meter in the Universe >>
* A Simple Plumbing Problem Sent Galileo Satellites Into Wrong Orbits >>
* Scientists Might Have Accidentally Solved The Hardest Part Of Building Space Elevators >>

* Bigelow Inflatable Module to be Added to Space Station in 2015 >>
* Incredible photo of an F-18 zooming through the Golden Gate bridge >>
* How Computer Chips Work >>

* Easyjet now lets you check in using a photo of your passport >>
* The Digital Physical World in 2020 >>
* Peter Thiel: Don’t compete, create something new >>

* New Questions of Risk and Vigilance After Dallas Nurse Contracts Ebola >>
* How to get instant scores and sports updates with Google Now >>
* Supersonic Bose–Einstein condensate is a model black hole simulation and can model gravity and the early universe >>

* Tiny robots armed with new force-sensing system to probe cells >>
* New ‘Skylanders’ game turns baddies to good >>
* This Alzheimer’s Breakthrough Could Be a Game Changer >>

* Training for the End of the World as We Know It >>
* Your dentist may be ripping you off. Here’s how to avoid that. >>
* What Will It Take to Run A 2-HOUR Marathon? >>

* How your voice is being used to ID you >>
* The Giant Mutations in the Human Genome >>
* Study: New device can slow, reverse heart failure >>

* Atomic map reveals clues to how cholesterol is made >>
* Programming computers in everyday language >>
* Ebola ‘could lead to failed states’ >>

* French bank will allow you to send money over Twitter soon >>
* Why a PC belongs in every living room >>
* 1 million people are helping Microsoft test Windows 10 >>

* CERN and the rise of the Standard Model >>
* Ebola prevention: removing protective gear isn’t easy >>
* Badass airplane pilot extinguishes truck fire with one water drop >>

* Oculus Connect Keynote: Michael Abrash >>
* Blood sugar testing goes wireless, painless for diabetes patients >>

* Jaybird’s readiness-sensing fitness tracker arrives October 26th >>
* Breakthrough batteries last 20 years, charge 70 percent in two minutes >>
* Samsung makes progress to 4.6 Gigabit per second Wifi that is five times faster >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 October 2014

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* MOIRE: Game Changing 20 meter and bigger Membrane Diffractive Space Telescopes >>
* Robot Unemployment Delayed as Million IPhone Building Robots at Foxconn delayed a decade >>
* Breakthrough Replicates Human Brain Cells for Use in Alzheimer’s Research >>

* New iPad images leaked confirming Touch ID sensor, and also showing A8X chip >>
* Fecal Transplant Equally Effective If Taken By Mouth, Study Claims >>
* There are now more active SIM cards than people on Earth >>

* Secretive X-37B Military Space Plane Could Land in California Tuesday >>
* Ebola numbers show response is currently inadequate to achieve containment >>
* Texas Health Worker Tests Positive for Ebola >>

* Google testing service to connect patients with doctors over video chat >>
* How AI system Viv could conquer the world (Wired UK) >>
* The Internet Of Someone Else’s Things | TechCrunch >>

* How to fix US Space Projects and Defense Programs Costs that are 10x-100x times too high >>
* Startup Miroculus developing blood test to diagnose most diseases at molecular level >>
* Sci-Fi Reality Check: Tractor Beams and Sonic Screwdrivers >>

* #31: From black holes to free quarks >>
* #57: How will Black Holes die? (Synopsis) >>
* MIT Says Mars One Colonists Would Starve to Death (Among Other Things) >>

* First evidence that reptiles can learn through imitation >>
* 12 Movies We Really Want to Watch in Virtual Reality >>
* Samsung Invents an Advanced Surgical Robot System >>

* This Is How America’s Spies Could Detect Lying in the Future >>
* How strong is Microsoft Excel encryption? >>
* Google trial lets you chat with doctors when you search for symptoms >>

* “Storing Your Brain in a Computer” (Discussed ABC’s The View) >>
* Malnutrition reversal: The hidden promise of Biotechnology >>
* Ray Kurzweil & Steve Aoki talk technology, the future & humanity >>

* Can smartphone apps help cure cancer? >>
* More men face lonely old age, says study >>
* Company bosses ‘earn 120 times more’ >>

* Future of TV Part 2 Funding The Future of Networks >>
* What Fictional Technology Will Become Real In Twenty Years? >>
* Can You Really Be Too Attractive or Intelligent? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 October 2014

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* Wonder stuff: Frozen smoke to clean the world >>
* MIT students predict Mars One colonists will suffocate in 68 days >>
* Comedy club uses facial recognition to charge audience by the laugh >>

* Exercise may be the best anti-ageing pill >>
* Does Space Travel Make You Stupid? >>
* Team invents sensor that uses radio waves to detect subtle changes in pressure (VIDEO) >>

* Video proof that slow motion in 4K makes everything look cooler >>
* Gillmor Gang: Back to Mono | TechCrunch >>
* Carl Zeiss’ VR One is a $99 answer to the Samsung Gear VR >>

* Hackers to leak thousands of unauthorized Snapchat pictures >>
* Microsoft will try to make Topological Qubit Quantum Computer >>
* NASA Will Use UAVs to Hunt Down Baby Forest Fires >>

* Robot researcher combines nature to nurture ‘superhuman’ navigation >>
* Oculus Hiring Programmers, Hardware Engineers, and More For VR Research Division >>
* Using TV ‘whitespaces’ to save endangered animals >>

* Dynomak nuclear fusion roadmap and technical details >>
* Tesla CEO Wants Mostly Self-Driving Cars By Next Year >>
* Fly On Board With These Quadrotors Racing Through a Forest >>

* How binge drinking alters your genes >>
* Artificial Spleen ‘Cleans’ Blood of Pathogens >>
* Light-driven molecular flapping emits white light >>

* VIDEO: Ebola screening ‘not a PR stunt’ >>
* The complex maths of parcel posting >>
* MIT Students Claim Astronauts Will Starve On ‘Mars One’ Mission >>

* Chikwe Ihekweazu on the ebola epidemic at TEDGlobal 2014 >>
* These awesome RC airplanes are so huge that you can fly a kid inside >>
* The Future E-Cig Comes With an Internet Connection—And Real Tobacco >>

* Our laws belong to us: Kimberley Motley live at TEDGlobal 2014 >>
* The Year Of The Corporate Divorce >>
* Tesla unveils new electric car for bad weather >>

* Watch the moment a blind man sees for the first time in 30 years >>
* 5 most incredible discoveries of the week >>

* Tesla u Model S uses sensors to steer and brake – and can be summoned remotely >>
* Z machine makes progress toward nuclear fusion >>

* Ebola outbreak deaths exceed 4,000 >>
* Ebola is ‘entrenched’ in West Africa >>
* The CDC Is Carefully Controlling How Scared You Are About Ebola >>
* First suspected Ebola case in Brazil >>
* The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014: beyond the diffraction limit in microscopy >>

* Tablets ‘replacing TVs’ for children >>
* VIDEO: How to ‘walk’ on the Red Planet >>
* Google’s latest wheeze… the flying wind turbine >>

* The future of levitation >>
* Molecule promises to speed up discovery of universal anti-Ebola drugs >>
* Lung cancer can lie dormant for over 20 years >>

* Does diabetes start in the brain? >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – October 10, 2014 >>
* Tesla: No self-driver, but exotic features and go-fast model >>

* Make It So: Open Source, Arduino-Based Tricorder Nears Completion >>
* Organic Coating Could Boost Photovoltaics’ Conversion Efficiencies Beyond Todays Limits >>

* Heated nanoparticles trigger immune systems deactivated by cancer >>
* U.S. Military Puts Up $110 Million to Fund Photonic Integrated Circuits Competition >>
* Video Friday: Pico Quadrotor, iRobot Control, and Android Metamorphosis >>

* Microsoft’s Quantum Mechanics >>
* Damien Hirst inflates medicine to gargantuan proportions >>
* Elon Musk just made it way cheaper to live off solar power >>

* A Faster Way To Make Quantum Computing Chips >>
* Case Of The Missing Mini-Galaxies Solved? | Video >>
* This Extreme Exoplanet Just Got Its Own Weather Map >>

* Watch as a Hawk Knocks a Drone Out of the Sky >>
* Are Google’s ‘Off The Record’ Chats Really Off The Record? >>
* Stem-Cell Breakthrough cures diabetic mice in less than 10 days >>

* New Spheromak Fusion reactor concept called a Dynomak could be cheaper than coal >>
* Dynomak nuclear fusion roadmap and technical details >>
* ‘Love hormone’ controls sexual behaviour in mice >>

* ‘Men, Women & Children’ review: a movie that gets the internet right >>
* Brad Bird and George Clooney’s crazy retro-future ‘Tomorrowland’ >>
* Human vs. Squirrel: The Battle of Wits Is On >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 October 2014

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* Brave or reckless? Thrill-seekers’ brains can tell you >>
* Stem-Cell Breakthrough in Treatment of Diabetes >>
* Meerkats streamed to YouTube using TV white space >>

* Scientists unravel how sexual interest is sparked in females >>
* Bill Gates Is Building A Machine To Diagnose Nasty Diseases >>
* The Internet in 2025: Blazing Speeds Could Enable Futuristic Tech >>

* An Industrial-Sized Generator That Runs on Waste Heat, Using No Fuel >>
* RICHARD BRANSON: I Hope We’ll Prove Elon Musk Wrong >>
* Elon Musk Is Worried Flying Cars Could Fall on Your Head >>

* Google app gets a conversational search upgrade, learns to use OpenTable >>
* How toys will shape future robots >>
* First Ultraluminous Pulsar Ever Detected >>

* Orion: Trial By Fire >>
* Laser Ion propelled interstellar generation ship using this century technology >>
* Scientists Coax Human Embryonic Stem Cells Into Making Insulin >>

* US Spy Programs May Break the Internet if Not Reformed, Google >>
* The Big Future: Can we bring animals back from extinction? >>

* New Dark Matter Theory Solves Milky Way’s “Missing Satellite-Galaxies” Problem >>
* NASA Is Studying How to Mine the Moon for Water >>

* Beautiful Fluid Actuators from Disney Research Make Soft, Safe Robot Arms >>
* MIT to offer free online courses in game design, ed tech >>
* Salim Ismail: Success in the Age of the Billion-Dollar Startup >>

* Thync’s Wearable Won’t Just Measure Your Mood, It Will Fix It >>
* Future proofing against mass unemployment from robotics >>
* Sidewinding Snakebots Sinuously Summit Steep Sandy Slopes >>

* Animated 3D movies show cells in action over time >>
* Four steps on the road to organizational growth, dominance or irrelevance >>
* Eclipse at Moonset >>

* No, A ‘Dog Year’ Isn’t Equivalent To 7 Human Years >>
* Mind expanding: Can you increase your IQ? >>
* High-speed drug screening >>

* Early detection of colorectal cancer may be possible with newly found biomarkers >>
* 12 Technologies We Need To Stop Stalling On And Develop Now >>
* Prosthetic Re-creates Sense Of Touch For Amputees >>

* Why America’s Navy Is So Concerned About These Russian Missiles >>
* Undersea Archaeological Sites Hold Crucial Clues To Early Humans >>
* Sitting inside DARPA’s missile-dodging buggy is just like a video game >>

* Your App Is About To Get Smarter: IBM Opens Watson To Developers >>
* iRobot Now Has One App to Control All Its Badass Bots >>
* Sony Xperia Z3v: 4K Video, High-Res Audio and PlayStation Streaming >>

* Holograms and 3D porn: Expert predictions for gigabit Internet >>
* Google just unleashed an all new Hangouts for desktops, and it is fantastic >>
* Google’s Search App Can Now Make Your Dinner Reservations >>

* Apple Patent On The NFC Mechanics Of Apple Pay Details Its Inner Workings >>
* Outsourced Tech Jobs Are Increasingly Being Automated >>

* Sharp, NHK push 8K TVs ahead of 2020 Olympics >>
* Astronaut captures selfie taken during spacewalk on the ISS >>
* A cold-atom ammeter: Superfluid current is only as strong as its weak link >>

* Science Graphic of the Week: Super-Detailed Interactive 3-D Seafloor Map >>
* Perfect Storm of War and Political Appointees Made this Ebola Outbreak Worse >>
* New Theranostic Nanoparticle Diagnoses and Treats Cancer >>

* Observatory: Other Solar Systems Don’t Play by Our Rules >>
* Radio Telescopes Help Astronomers Tune In To Nova Generated Gamma Rays >>
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* Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro Wants to Be Your Tablet and Big Screen TV >>
* Lenovo Launches New QHD Yoga Pro 2 Tablet With Built-In Projector >>
* Towards Megawatt Solar Powered Lasers for Magnesium Production and future space applications >>

* Best Alien Planet Weather Map Ever Reveals a Scorching World >>
* Leaky Galaxy Mimics First Light in Early Universe >>

* Smartphone Assistants Go Head to Head, Google Now Comes Out On Top >>
* Schoolteacher captures amazing photo of great white shark >>
* Devices being remotely wiped in police custody >>

* Ebola challenge ‘biggest since Aids’ >>
* Living with Ebola >>
* Latest updates: Ebola developments today >>

* Emerging nanotechnologies for manufacturing >>
* Big Data To Secure the Internet of Things >>
* Should We Colonize the Moon? And How Much Would It Cost? >>

* World’s richest man urges three-day work week >>
* Man offered three-bed house for iPhone 6 >>
* The future of Adobe creative applications on Microsoft devices >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 October 2014

* New tools to forecast space weather >>
* Scientists close to artificial hand that can feel >>
* Computer mind meld gives voice to man after a stroke >>

* Prosthetic hand recreates feeling of cotton bud touch >>
* Quantum robots are more creative, faster, smarter, say researchers >>
* Students smash land speed record twice with rocket-powered model car travels at 500mph+ >>

* Out There: How to Make a Black Hole >>
* Apple likely to unveil new iPad on Oct. 16 >>
* Plasmon Laser is Fastest to Switch >>

* How to Turn Your Smartphone Into a Cosmic-Ray Detector >>
* Are We Living in a Family History Simulation? >>
* Blackout? Robots to the rescue >>

* Bill Gates: Microsoft is developing a killer meeting-room app >>
* Google Play lets you pre-order movies before they leave theaters >>
* Ebola Vaccine Trials Forcing Tough Choices >>
* Apple TV Could Become A Home For HomeKit Smart Devices >>

* Joseph Gordon-Levitt Unveils Adobe’s Most Promising Experiments >>
* Google reportedly working on bite-sized app trials for Android >>

* World’s Longest Neutrino Beam Will Explore Why the Universe Still Exists >>
* These Thermometers Make the Least Reliable Birth Control Less Sketchy >>

* LTE’s backers vow to KILL OFF WI-FI and BLUETOOTH >>
* First gigabit-over-COPPER chipset lands >>
* Brain Scans Show Signs Of Cognitive Decline Before Symptoms Appear >>

* Why Robots Could Be Awesome Whistleblowers >>
* How 3-D Printing is Revolutionizing the Display of Big Data >>
* I played ping pong with a robot and it went easy on me >>

* I Drove a 3D Printed Car >>
* Facebook Launches Hyper-Local Ads Targeted To People Within A Mile Of A Business >>
* EE TV is a set-top box that streams video to your mobile devices >>

* This fork makes your veggies taste like candy >>
* Researchers capture images of elusive protein HIV uses to infect cells >>
* Space weather centre to track sun’s flares and magnetic storms >>

* Can We Predict the Future? >>
* What is Bionanotechnology? >>
* The Future And You–October 8, 2014 >>

* Robotic solutions inspired by plants >>
* ‘Smart’ bandage glows to measure oxygenation >>
* ‘Skin-like’ device monitors cardiovascular and skin health >>

* IBM’s Watson sets up home in NYC to learn new tricks >>
* New book: Andreas Wagner’s ‘Arrival of the Fittest’ asks how life innovates so rapidly >>
* What The Top 1% Of Software Engineers Do That The Other 99% Do Not >>

* “6EQUJ5″ –The Cosmic Signal That Might Have Changed Human Civilization >>
* Interstellar Flight: Risks and Assumptions >>
* Touchdown! Virgin Spacecraft Prototype Soars Over Mojave, Testing Re-Entry System >>
* Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo Aces Glide Test Flight >>

* You Could Soon Be Using Photoshop Right From Your Web Browser >>
* NASA Mars Rover Laser Tech Adapted to Hunt Gas Leaks on Earth >>
* Watch This Morning’s Eclipse Happen In One Minute >>

* 3D-Printed Machine Gun Folds and Shoots Endless Paper Airplanes >>
* Microsoft’s Xim Is the Easiest Way to Share Photos To Friends’ Phones >>
* Fitbit: We Do Not Currently Have Plans to Integrate With HealthKit >>

* Google Now Will Now Remind You When Your Bills Are Due >>
* This DARPA Video Puts You In The Cockpit Of Its Tank Of The Future >>
* In case you missed it: Day 1 of TEDGlobal 2014 >>

* Chemistry Nobel Honors Microscopes Made to See the Nanoworld >>
* New ‘lab-on-a-chip’ could revolutionize early diagnosis of cancer >>
* Orion Test Flight – Liftoff To Splashdown Elaborately Explained | Video >>

* Hungry, hungry black hole: newly found phenomenon eating its surroundings 10X faster than expected >>
* Using Lasers To Save Earth’s Cultural Monuments >>
* What Are Artificial Sweeteners Really Doing to Our Bodies? >>

* Unlocking Big Data: Lessons Learned From The God Particle >>
* Researchers Just Discovered The Brightest Dead Star Ever Found >>
* Bill Gates Has Reportedly Racked Up $40,000 In Fines Over Horse Manure At His Florida Home >>

* Microbubbles Help Ultrasound See Blood Vasculature Like Never Before >>
* Andreessen: Big old tech companies will break up >>
* Don’t let your career kill you >>

* You are not your browser history. >>
* Everyone’s Reaction To Being Asked ‘Are You On Ello?’ >>
* Biologists Unlock Non-Coding Half of Human Genome >>
* Will army vehicles actively avoid conflict? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 October 2014

* Why is my WiFi slow? Why does my WiFi keep dropping out? >>
* Are We Overthinking the Dangers of Artificial Intelligence? >>

* Dynamic Vision Sensors Enable High-Speed Maneuvers With Robots >>
* Supercapacitors from ‘crumpled graphene’ could power flexible electronic devices >>

* CEATEC: Humanoid robot signs with rubbery hands >>
* CEATEC: Why send a text when you can send a vibration? >>
* IBM Sees Salvation In Watson’s New York Home >>

* Finally, a Sleep Tracker You Don’t Have to Wear >>
* This Jet Engine Is Actually a Grill That Automatically Rotates Your Food >>
* NASA Is Considering A Deep Sleep Option for Mars Mission Crew >>

* A warm dark matter search >>
* Computers turned into powerful allies in fight against AIDS >>
* New ‘lab-on-a-chip’ could revolutionize early diagnosis of cancer >>

* OLED Wallpaper Could Be the Future of Lighting >>
* IBM’s Ginni Rometty Reveals Watson’s Future >>
* Marriott hotels will soon offer wireless charging in lobbies >>

* Your Phone Screen Just Won the Nobel Prize in Physics >>
* Michigan Builds Driverless Town For Testing Autonomous Cars >>

* Laboratory-grown penises will be available in five years, say researchers >>
* flying car gets another shot at reality this October >>
* New quantum probe enhances electric field measurements >>

* Can Sucking CO2 Out of the Atmosphere Really Work? >>
* Running Water Or Internet—Which Would You Choose? >>
* What The United States Can Learn From Israel About Cybersecurity >>

* Google’s expanding its definition of ‘news’ by adding Reddit to search results >>
* Sharp’s new LCDs can be almost any shape, could be in your next car >>
* The Big Picture: NASA’s Orion capsule floats inside US Navy ship >>

* What Microsoft And Apple Can Learn From Adobe About Cloud First >>
* Researchers build computer models to explore how memories form >>
* Japan’s Deadly Ontake Volcano Seen From Space >>
* Dinobots, ping-pong-playing bugs and tiny cheerleaders: latest innovations in robotics >>

* Digital Reboot: A sneak peek of session 2 at TEDGlobal 2014 >>
* Earth’s Orbit Through the Milky Way –“A Perilous 3-Dimensional Journey” >>
* Japan nuclear restarts will reduce oil imports and improve financial situation >>

* Ebola killing robot developed in Texas >>
* Ebola crisis: How do you catch it? >>
* Ebola in the U.S. – Politics and Public Health Don’t Mix >>
* Spain Seeks to Prevent Spread of Ebola After a Nurse Is Infected >>
* The IS ‘plot’, and Ebola threat >>
* So just how contagious is Ebola, really? >>
* How It Feels to Have Ebola: ‘It’s Like Your Body Doesn’t Belong to You Anymore’ >>

* IBM CEO Ginni Rometty: ‘Growth And Comfort Don’t Co-Exist’ >>
* Smart cities: How easy is it to hack our urban environment? >>
* Unhappy Customer: Comcast Told My Employer About Complaint, Got Me Fired >>

* ‘Myst’ is getting a TV series >>
* Nobel Prize Puts Blue LEDs in Spotlight >>

* A Blood Test for Depression Moves Closer to Reality >>
* Progress to the Vertical Takeoff and Landing TF-X flying car >>
* Authy app steps into data-breach war >>

* “Instagram for doctors” takes off >>
* Researchers turn computers into powerful allies in the fight against AIDS >>
* CEATEC: Can this robot beat a human at ping pong? >>

* One in three jobs will be taken by software or robots by 2025 >>
* Nano ‘missiles’ help kill cancer through the power of green tea >>
* Printing paper-thin and touch-sensitive displays on various materials (w/video) >>

* Tumors might grow faster at night >>
* Print to Fit: Iris van Herpen’s 3D Printed Dress >>
* Next steps in health & medicine — where can technology take us? | Daniel Kraft >>

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