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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 August 2011

* Pill to prevent sunburn ‘within five years’ >>
* Technology ‘failing to empower older generation’ >>

* Sony’s Head-Mounted 3D OLED Display Is World’s First, Produces 750-Inch Virtual Screen >>
* This USB Drive Is Just Thicker than a Penny and Holds 2TB [Video] >>

* Robot Vacuums: Roomba, Smarbo, And Now The Smartphone-Controlled RoboKing >>
* Nsquared’s Seamless Computing, Surface + Kinect + Slate + Phone = amazing interface (video) >>
* SUFFER ’11 farming robot plays a multitude of roles, takes commands via Wiimote (video) >>

* Social Networking Meets Problem Solving >>
* Google and OpenDNS Work On Global Internet Speedup >>

* Human Mission to an Asteroid: Asteroid Field Testing >>
* Scientists reveal new survival mechanism for neurons >>

* Researchers Replace Lenses With Holograms to Develop Affordable Handheld Dual-Mode Microscope >>
* iPads May Soon Cost More Than Big Screen TVs >>
* Entering the Age of Sail >>

* Localizing language in the brain >>
* Dolphins, aliens, and the search for intelligent life >>
* Faulty signaling in brain increases craving for sugar and drugs >>

* Graphene goes plasmonic and could increase comms speeds by 10x to 10 gigabits per second >>
* Novel alloy could produce hydrogen fuel from sunlight >>
* Japan has wind lens turbine design generates triple power of regular wind turbines >>

* Xixidu Links for 2011-08-30 >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 August 2011 >>

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