Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 October 2014

October 20, 2014 Leave a comment

* Laser physicists built a reversible tractor beam capable of retrieving tiny part >>
* Intel tablet’s 3D scanner will gauge depth of objects like a human eye >>
* Scientists create fully functional ‘organoids’ of human intestines >>

* Scientists can now simulate curved space-time in a lab >>
* New Organic Molecule, Precursor to Life Detected in Interstellar Space >>

* In Conversation MARC ANDREESSEN >>
* ANDREESSEN: The American Middle Class Is A Historical Accident >>
* Marc Andreessen Asks This Optimistic Question Every Time He Critiques A Startup >>

* Nigeria is Ebola-Free: Here’s What They Did Right >>
* FCC, Google cast eye over millimetre wireless >>
* Microsoft Poised to Launch Smartwatch With 2-Day Battery >>

* Scientists track Internet usage as it pulses across the globe daily (w/ Video) >>
* Predatory Fish Have Declined by Two Thirds in the Last Century >>
* Go Download iOS 8.1 Right Now >>

* ‘Starfish’ crystals could lead to 3D-printed pills >>
* The World’s Largest Battery-Electric Vehicle Is This Articulated Bus >>
* World’s biggest ship so big it can lift an OIL RIG, takes to the seas >>

* Wearable tech lets boss track your work, rest and play >>
* Power Plants Seek to Extend Life of Nuclear Reactors for Decades >>
* Watch amazing self driving car reach 150mph: Audi reveals first smart race car >>

* How An Intelligent Text Message Service Aims To Tackle Ebola In Western Africa >>
* Physics Explains Ingrown Toenails >>
* New Gold Rush: why banks are racing to be the first card in your Apple Pay >>

* African solar plan to power UK homes >>
* IBM to pay $1.5B to spin off chip division >>
* Listen up: It’s time to rename the smartphone >>

* Beyond LEDs: brighter, new energy-saving flat-panel lights based on carbon nanotubes >>
* Real Robots to Help Fight Ebola >>
* A tiny ultrasound-powered chip to serve as medical device >>

* Q&A with Futurist Martine Rothblatt >>
* Updated Prospects for Commercial Nuclear Fusion >>
* Teach-in: Techno-Utopianism & the Fate of the Earth >>

* What You Need To Know To Get Started With Apple Pay >>
* Ask Watson or Siri: Artificial intelligence is as elusive as ever >>
* Isaac Asimov Mulls “How Do People Get New Ideas?” >>

* A mission to Mars should have an all-female crew, says Kate Green >>
* Visual voicemail hack makes your messages a hack snack >>
* CloudCannon Raises $500K To Make Designing Static Websites Simpler >>

* Manhattan, the TV Season’s Secret Weapon >>
* New 100 Gbps high-speed transatlantic network to benefit science collaborations >>
* FREEdi YouTube Player Enables Background YouTube Videos >>

* Whole exome sequencing closer to becoming ‘new family history’ >>
* Art Is Best Displayed In a Frame That Follows You Around >>
* 17 Things You Can Do in OS X Yosemite That You Couldn’t Do in Mavericks >>

* Resilience Is Key To Success For Most Startups, According To YC’s Justin Kan >>
* Ebola Is Ruled Out After Cruise Ship Carrying Hospital Worker Returns to Texas >>
* ‘Science gives children the skills to ask the right questions of society’ >>

* X-37B ‘very likely’ to be a SPY PLANE watching other countries, expert claims >>
* Apps Could Screen for Glaucoma When Doctors Can’t >>
* Suddenly, Google Looks Shaky >>

* White House halts research into ‘super strains’ of infectious diseases >>
* Mobile ambulance transforms healthcare >>
* How Ebola survivors’ blood is saving lives >>

* At the Far Ends of a New Universal Law >>
* Florida’s space race: The politicians battling over the cosmos >>
* BOW – First map hidden universe, pursuit of compact fusionm, new clues about depression >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 October 2014

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* Scottish fish ‘first to have sex’ 385 million years ago >>
* The Future Of AI Will Be Stacked >>
* All robotic eyes on comet for Mars flyby >>

* Gigabit Cellular Networks Could Happen, With 24GHz Spectrum >>
* Robots May Join the Fight Against Ebola in West Africa >>
* New chapter for libraries >>

* Smallest guitar, about the size of a human blood cell >>
* Autodesk Genetic Engineer is Able to 3D Print Viruses, Soon to Attack Cancer Cells >>
* Mirror, mirror >>

* Behind the Mic: The Science of Talking with Computers >>
* Personalized Cellular Therapy Achieves Complete Remission in 90 Percent of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia >>

* Watch Jony Ive and Elon Musk talk design and sci-fi transportation >>
* Canada Will Ship 800 Doses of Experimental Ebola Drug to WHO >>
* iMac With Retina 5K Display First Impressions: A Screen In Which To Lose Oneself >>

* How a Wiki Is Keeping Direct-to-Consumer Genetics Alive >>
* Microsoft Invents a Wearable Camera for Hands-Free Operation >>
* Amazing footage of a F/A-18 Super Hornet’s low-level maneuvers >>

* The element that causes arguments >>
* VirtualXP Runs Your Old XP Installation Safely in Windows 7 or 8 >>
* Digital Leaders TV: The Internet of Things (S01E01) – Full Episode (48min) >>

* Watch Live As a Mountain-Sized Comet Zooms By Mars >>
* Graphene-like substance generates electricity when stretched >>
* Broader Perspective: iSchools: Contemporary Information Technology Theory Studies >>

* Self-driving cars will be safer than us. How long until human drivers are banned? >>
* IBM Just Announced That It’s Going To Make A ‘Major’ Business Announcement Tomorrow >>
* When Will Self Driving Cars Become Mandatory? >>

* Ebola: What Should We Do Now? >>
* Life in Quarantine for Ebola Exposure: 21 Days of Fear and Loathing >>
* How close are we to curing Ebola? >>

* The War On Ebola Won’t Be Won Without More Help In West Africa >>
* Dozens in Ohio Monitored for Possible Exposure to Nurse With Ebola >>
* Ebola Protocols for Treating Patients to Include Protective Gear With No Skin Showing >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 October 2014

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* The Space Station Is Getting A UPS-Style Shipping Service >>
* Gillmor Gang: Solar Panel | TechCrunch >>
* HIV prevention pill is at hand, but will it be left untaken? >>

* Light beacons let map app talk to blind people >>
* VIDEO: Stanford Team Successfully Tests Earthquake-Resistant House >>
* Bullet Train Could Connect Moscow and Beijing >>

* How to build layered 3D graphene-based materials >>
* Directed/Programmable Matter for Energy (DPM) Workshop >>
* Audi Robotic Racecar Relies on GPS >>

* The Big Future: Can we colonize Mars? >>
* Super-Intelligent Humans Are Coming >>
* 3 Ways Companies Can Encourage Smart Risk Taking >>

* How Sound Waves Help Deliver Medicine to the Brain >>
* “River Sensors to Clean Up Waterways” >>
* Future of Net TV looks brighter with CBS, HBO on board >>

* Nasa telescope spots galaxy 13 billion lightyears away >>
* Air Traffic Control for Drones >>
* X-37B Military Space Plane Lands After Record-Shattering Secret Mission >>

* Weekly Space Hangout – Oct. 17, 2014 >>
* White House Seeks Advice On “Bootstrapping A Solar System Civilization” >>
* A $45,000 Lounger That Automatically Turns to Track the Sun >>

* Curious Signal Could Be Dark Matter Pouring From The Sun’s Core >>
* At Last: Technology To Make Injections Painless >>
* Apple’s Quiet Attempt to Shake Up Wireless Carriers Could Benefit Us All >>

* This Cathedral Is Filled With Smartphone-Powered Laser Beams >>
* “Place cells” discovered in the rat brain >>
* Fusion and Fission/LFTR: Let’s Do Both, Smartly >>

* New MasterCard combines a fingerprint sensor with NFC >>
* A Working Nuclear Fusion Reactor In Three Years? Really? >>
* People Are Property Again [100 Words Into The Future] >>

* Sperm wars: Evolutionary biologist compiles international special issue on sperm competition >>
* Chemists tackle battery overcharge problem >>
* Bio-inspired ‘nano-cocoons’ trick cancer cells into accepting drug delivery >>

* Why your hospital may be unable to prevent spread of Ebola >>
* VIDEO: Ebola vaccine ‘will come too late’ >>
* VIDEO: A look at a new VR eye-tracking helmet >>
* Ebola Q&A: Why Virus Is a Bigger Threat to Health Care Workers >>
* Obama on Ebola: ‘We Can’t Give in to Hysteria’ >>

* Ebola Is ‘Jerking Us Back To The 19th Century’ >>
* Some Fear Ebola Outbreak Could Make Nation Turn to Science >>
* We Screwed Up On Ebola, And Now The Crisis Is Getting Much Worse >>
* Experts Oppose Ebola Travel Ban, Saying It Would Cut Off Worst-Hit Countries >>

* Facebook Can Tell You If Your Passwords Have Been Stolen Without Knowing What They Are (FB) >>
* The future of early cancer detection? >>
* Gasoline in the $2.50 per gallon range for 2015 and possibly decades beyond >>
* Cheaper Superconducting Computer Chips >>

* Photos: Secretive X-37B Space Plane’s 3rd Mission for the US Air Force >>
* Virgin Galactic Will Fly Rocket-Powered SpaceShipTwo Test Flights Soon >>
* Seven Must-Read Stories >>

* To Open This Ingenious Lock You’ll Need A Flexible Key >>
* A Future Air-Traffic Control System For Drones Could Use Cellphones >>
* Retina iMac Teardown: New Face, Same Guts >>

* “Hybrid Solar Cells Promise 95% Efficiency” >>
* Put “Congratulations” in Your Facebook Post So More People See It >>
* Fitbit says Force skin irritations were allergies, new wristbands have a warning >>

* Sound-powered chip to serve as medical device >>
* What’s next for Apple? Graham & Baig >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 October 2014

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* How Apple made the Retina 5K display in the new iMac >>
* The New iPad Mini 3 Gets A Speed Boost And Touch ID >>
* Report: Google May Be Developing Some Kind Of Wireless Network >>

* Brain surgery ‘robot’ would go through the cheek >>
* Ultrasound Powers Tiny Wireless Medical Sensors Deep Within Body >>
* FBI boss warns against phone encryption + video >>

* More Americans Saving Money For Child’s Unemployment >>
* Disruptions: Silicon Valley Stirs Up Hollywood >>
* Machine Learning: Businesses Are Turning to Beacons, and It’s Going to Be O.K >>

* What was on TV on the day you were born? >>
* Smart meters open to hack attack >>
* The Name Of Google’s New Text-Messaging Is Really Going To Annoy Facebook >>

* The Current State Of The Apple SIM, And Its Possible Future >>
* Linksys jumps into 4×4 and tri-band Wi-Fi frays with new E8350, EA9200 routers >>
* Smart walkers lead way for Japanese elder-care robots >>

* First Demonstration Of Artificial Intelligence On A Quantum Computer >>
* Reusable Rocket Economics and a $500 billion program to make space travel like airline industry >>
* Magnetic Loft Hangs Bottles In Your Fridge To Give You More Shelf Space >>

* Quarantines and Travel Bans: Could They Work to Thwart Ebola? >>
* What Ebola Is Telling Us About Fragmentation In Public Health Strategy >>
* World steps up Ebola action as infections soar >>
* When Do We Quarantine or Isolate for Ebola? >>
* Lax U.S. Guidelines on Ebola Led to Poor Hospital Training, Experts Say >>
* Ebola: the world reacts >>

* Lockheed Martin fusion reactor breakthrough announced >>
* Scientists Are Bashing Lockheed Martin’s Nuclear Fusion ‘Breakthrough’ >>
* Lockheed Martin pursues compact fusion reactor concept >>
* Skunk Works Reveals Compact Fusion Reactor Details >>
* Why We Will Never Make A Nuclear Fusion Reactor As Good As The Sun >>

* The E-cat: cold fusion or scientific fraud? (Synopsis) >>
* EMC2 Park Presented on Polywell Fusion >>
* World’s thinnest piezoelectricity generator >>

* Even the latest malware detection systems can be bypassed >>
* Scientists create new protein-based material with some nerve >>
* More Americans using mobile devices to access Internet >>

* Death Star moon is ‘wonky or watery’ >>
* Whistleblower nurse describes ‘chaos’ at US Ebola hospital >>
* 10 of the world’s most impressive ski lifts >>

* Coming Soon: Japan’s First Plane in 50 Years >>
* Curing Cancer, review, Channel 4: ‘surprisingly uplifting’ >>
* Google Funds New Brazil – U.S. Undersea Fiber Optic Cable >>

* Yamaha Demos Agricultural RoboCopter, But Humans Can’t Unleash It Yet >>
* Precision control of 3D printing of metals at specific microscale locations orientations >>
* Open-source solar-powered 3D printers can go almost anywhere >>

* 8 most important announcements from the Apple iPad and Mac event >>
* Apple Pay Is Coming October 20 >>
* Apple reveals the 27-inch iMac with Retina Display starting at $2,499 >>
* Apple officially outs the iPad mini 3, pre-orders start tomorrow >>

* Suspended Animation In Space Travel: What Scientists Still Need To Learn >>
* The World’s Most Badass Combine Harvester Just Set a World Record >>
* Amazon to Hire 80,000 Holiday Workers >>

* Want To Train Your Brain To Feel More Compassion? Here’s How >>
* Can Organic Solar Cells Reach Old Age? >>
* China likely to get Russia newest missiles, fighters, submarines and high speed rail to Europe >>

* Researchers Make One-Atom-Thin Electrical Generator >>
* Reusable Rocket Economics and a $500 billion program to make space travel like the airline industry >>
* In the Future, Your Umbrella Will Be Half-Vibrator, Half-Airgun >>

* VIDEO: World’s fastest ambulance >>
* Tiny ‘nanoflares’ might heat the Sun’s corona >>
* Generation Y didnt go crazy in a vacuum. How can we enjoy life when our future is so uncertain? >>

* Scientists Analyzed The Pathogens In New York City’s Rats — Results Even Grosser Than Expected >>
* The Future of IoT – virtual sensors for virtual worlds >>
* Microsoft’s JavaScript Engine Gets Two-Tiered Compilation >>
* Our Solar System’s Post-Apocalyptic Future >>

* Ground up data is the next big data >>
* Researchers to build wearable interface to make prosthetics more comfortable >>
* FUTURISM UPDATE (October 17, 2014) >>

* CBS launches ‘All Access’ subscription streaming service >>
* Frigid Polar Vortex Unlikely to Repeat This Winter >>
* The Matrix Trilogy summarized in less than 3 minutes >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 October 2014

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* Startup builds on Wi-Fi chips for cheaper ‘last mile’ to home broadband >>
* Virtual pilots fly drones in Star-Wars-style race >>
* Lab-made blood cells hunt cancer, leading to remissions >>

* Skunk Works Reveals Compact Fusion Reactor Details >>
* Whoops! Apple leaks iPad Mini 3 and iPad Air 2 details ahead of Thursday’s event >>
* What’s ahead from Apple: Hi-def iMacs >>

* NASA’s New Free-Flying Robot to Conquer ISS in 2017 >>
* Fifteen Spacex Raptor Engines, Five engines per core on a three core rocket could launch 536 tons of payload >>
* Google Unveils ‘First-of-its-Kind’ Android TV Streaming Device >>

* First Demonstration of Artificial Intelligence On a Quantum Computer >>
* Rats Aren’t Smarter Than Mice and That Actually Matters >>
* Samsung claims data speed test 30 times faster than LTE >>

* Designing Tomorrow’s Air Traffic Control Systems >>
* Smart bracelet doubles as a handset for your phone >>
* Stem cell therapy success in treatment of sight loss from macular degeneration >>

* This umbrella will tell your iPhone where you left it >>
* Will.i.am to Unveil Voice-Controlled Wristband Smartphone >>
* The Features That Matter on Your Next Router (and the Ones That Don’t) >>

* Coffee prices are rising – how can you invest? >>
* It’s Time For an Internet Explorer 6 Intervention >>
* This Simulation Compares The Spread Of Ebola To Other Diseases >>

* Apple Accidentally Leaks Images of New iPads Before Event >>
* Here’s Everything We’re Expecting Apple To Announce Tomorrow >>

* Microsoft Says Windows Will Run Docker, the Next Big Thing in Cloud Computing | WIRED >>
* Are We Living in a Family History Simulation? >>

* Lockheed Martin Compact Nuclear Fusion Reactor Concept timeline to a 100 MW prototype 2019 >>
* Elon Musk says Telsa will have autonomous driving commercially ready by 2019 but about 2022 for regulators to approve >>
* Algae cell ‘switch’ also controls tumor growth >>

* Mars One Dustup: Founder Says Mission Won’t Fail As MIT Study Predicts >>
* Mars One design not feasible, MIT researchers find >>
* Hypersensitive ‘smart’ material created from neural proteins >>

* Bioinspired coating for medical devices avoids clotting and suppresses bacterial infection >>
* Winter of the Genomes >>
* Stem Cells Seem Safe in Treating Eye Disease >>

* Quantum Qubits with up to 99.99% accuracy and over 30 second quantum information storage >>
* Dwave Systems shows off quantum chip with 2048 physical qubits >>

* Five Spacex Raptor Engines on a first stage could launch 536 tons of payload >>
* Shape-Shifting Carbon Composites Could Save Fuel >>
* Anonabox Promises Total Online Anonymity That’s Easy, Open Source, and Cheap >>

* Indian Mars Orbiter Captures Phobos Transit | Video >>
* Retired Astronaut Chris Hadfield Releases Stunning Space Photos >>
* New NASA Mars Probe Beams Home ‘Tantalizing’ 1st Results >>

* This Printer Spits Out Messages That Actually Ignite and Self-Destruct >>
* Milk Is About to Become Really Expensive >>
* 12 “Futuristic” Worlds Where Everybody Uses Obsolete Technology >>

* Another U.S. Healthcare Worker Contracts Ebola >>
* Vodafone does it in two places at once: Carrier aggregation to boost 4G >>
* Scientists map key moment in sssembly of DNA-splitting molecular machine >>

* Egg Freezing as a Work Benefit? Some Women See Darker Message >>
* Scientists Want To Try Electrical Stimulation In More Paralyzed Patients >>
* Industrial Light and Magic opens UK studio to work on new Star Wars trilogy >>

* Emerging Evidence Shows How Computer Messaging Helps Autistic Adults Communicate >>
* Study reveals optimal particle size for anticancer nanomedicines >>
* Gadgets: New toys in town >>

* Google Glass Proves Key to Man’s Internet Addiction Disorder >>
* Luxy dating app doesn’t care about poor people >>

* A mystery space plane, but why? >>
* Google rolls out new tablet >>
* The Surprising Origin Of Copyright Law, And How It Came From Censorship >>

* Coffee and Your Health: A Complex Genetic Web >>
* Let’s Get Small: A Panel on Nanoscience >>
* Samsung’s experimental 5G network delivers 150MB per second at freeway speeds >>

* Ebola: What’s the risk to air travellers? >>
* Spain Exposes Holes in Plans to Treat Ebola >>
* How Lessons From the AIDS Crisis Can Help Us Beat Ebola >>
* Ebola Patient ‘Should Not Have Traveled By Plane,’ CDC Director Says >>

* For $100 Million, You Can Install A Wall Of Water In Your Custom Boeing Dreamliner >>
* The future of questions >>
* What will the internet look like in 2040? >>

* Google Takes the Wrapper off Android Lollipop >>
* It’s Time to Enable Two-Step Authentication on Everything. Here’s How. >>
* Lockheed Martin announces its Skunk Works wants to build a fusion reactor >>

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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 >>

* 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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