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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11-12 January 2012

* Sony’s next-generation 55-inch ‘Crystal LED Display’ prototype presented at CES >>
* TED2012: Full Spectrum speaker lineup >> #TED
* 160 Billion Alien Planets May Exist in Our Milky Way Galaxy (>> >>

* Sequencing a human genome in one day for $1,000 >>
* Progress to robotic cars – 40% of compact cars will have Advanced Driver Assistance >>
* It’s time to start 3D scanning the world >>

* Students break record by folding toilet paper 13 times >>
* Should computers have their own websites? >>
* Dwave systems publishes a paper showing 84 qubit calculation >>
* CES: Waterproof gadgets are a surprise hit at show >>

* Why physicists can’t avoid a creation event >>
* Beautiful Pictures Of Earth At Night From Space >>
* BlueStacks brings App Player, 400,000 Android apps to Windows 8 (video) >>

* CES 2012: The Golden Age of Consumer Electronics >>
* TED Book: “Controlling Cancer” offers bold plan to stop a killer >>
* Qualcomm’s Quad-Core TV Processors Could Deliver Console Quality Gaming—Without the Console [Guts] >>

* Here’s How Siri Can Power an Apple HDTV [Apple] >>
* Watch two different movies at the same time on TCL’s Dual Display >>

* Brain-on with Haier’s mind-controlled TV >>
* Video: LG’s Beer Blast Chiller In Action >>

* Sony’s 4K Home Projector Eyes-On: Can’t Tell the Difference to a Theater Projector [Video] >>
* The Second Wave of Gesture-Controlled TVs >>
* Interaction of Expected Technological Improvements >>
* NEC demonstrates first terabit/s superchannel transmission over 10,000km >>

* Ten million dollar Qualcomm Medical Tricorder Xprize has been officially launched >>
* By stopping misfolds, genes keep us healthy >>
* Introducing the ‘nano-ear’ >>
* Nanoscale biological coating halts bleeding nearly instantaneously could prevent battlefield deaths >>
* Resurrecting extinct proteins shows how a machine evolves >>

* Chinese crunch human genome with videogame chips >>
* Seeing quantum mechanics with the naked eye >>
* PageRank Identifies Greatest Cricket Team and Captain of All Time >>
* Simpler, smarter consumer-electronics interfaces >>

* Brain activity linked to delusion-like experience >>
* One-Minute Physics: How to measure superfast neutrinos >>
* Astronomy Cast – Episode 247: The Ages of Things >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9-10 January 2012 >>

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