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* 3D-Printed Skull Implant Ready for Operation >>
* Volvo revamps its pedestrian detection system to automatically brake for cyclists (video) >>
* Microsoft Research brings mid-air multitouch to Kinect (video) >>

* How to predict the progress of technology >>
* A Microsoft’s TechFest, The Future Is Big. Big Screens, That Is >>
* GlassUp wearable display hands-on (video) >>

* FMRI Mental Pictures; we could decode who our participants were thinking about .. >>
* One region, two functions: Multitasking key to overall brain function >>
* New Smart Material Will Form Instant Casts For Accident Victims >>

* The Wall That Knows If You’re a Criminal >>
* Next Soyuz Crew Will Take 6-Hour Fast-Track to Space Station >>
* From the Gut: “Intestinal” Design for Vehicle Natural Gas Tank >>

* ‘Theranostic’ Nanoparticle Promises Improved Cancer Treatment >>
* Should We Use Big Data To Punish Crimes Before They’re Committed? >>

* Solve four big problems to get people to Mars by 2018 >>
* Shy Higgs boson continues to vex particle hunters >>
* The father of all men is 340,000 years old >>

* Devices aim to deliver on stem-cell therapies >>
* Watch 15,000 Volt Currents Meander Across A Sheet Of Plywood [Video] >>
* Brain-boosting technique might help some functions while hurting others >>

* Jupiter moon lander project to get first funding in 2014 >>
* The Future And You : Areas within particle physics which still offer promise of discoveries >>
* Dummy cursors keep your passwords safe from prying eyes >>

* Solve for X: Sustainable, scalable 3D printed meat >>
* Scientists Create Tadpoles That See from Their Tails >>
* This Wristband Recognizes When You Write In The Air With Your Finger >>

* Dr. Daniel Lidar talking about experiments on the D-Wave One at USC >>
* Update on the Comet that Might Hit Mars >>
* Commercial Space Race Heats Up as Antares Rocket Creeps Up on Falcon 9 >>

* There’s Salt Water On The Surface Of Europa, Could Be Good News For Extraterrestrial Life >>
* On Kurzweil: The Sleight of Hand That Makes It Seem We Understand the Mind >>
* With gesture, voice or eye control, tech gets more human-centered >>

* Researchers Create A ‘Google Map’ Of The Human Metabolism >>
* A Clear Screen Cover That Charges Devices >>
* Wireless, Implantable Interface Lets Monkeys Control Computers With Their Brains >>

* Microsoft bows to pressure: Office 2013 is no longer tied to a single computer >>
* Tell Your Car to Play Your Favorite Song >>
* Forbes Events at SXSW 2013 >>

* Alien Moons Could Host Life Outside ‘Habitable Edge’ >>
* Crime Software: Still Awaiting a Verdict >>
* Tiny monkey teeth suggest Flores hobbit was a dwarf >>

* Fined For Laughing Too Loud? Man Could Face Jail For Giggles >>
* This Just in: Higgs Boson Still Boring >>
* Need a flight? Start a contest >>

* Why paying attention is anything but elementary >>
* Stomach cancer ‘spotted by breath test’ >>
* Poor sleep linked to heart failure, Norwegian study says >>

* Hindenburg mystery solved after 76 years >>
* Will we ever “like” the female executive? >>
* First discovery of a natural topological insulator >>

* Space Puzzle: What’s Behind Earth’s Mysterious New Radiation Belt? >>
* Is your mouse-clicking finger ready? ‘SimCity’ is back >>
* Battle the Cold and Smudges With a Screen-Cleaning Blanket >>

* Bio-absorbing stents to mark a new phase of angioplasty >>
* David Pearce – Interview: on the nature of consciousness and mind >>
* Breath Test Could Detect And Diagnose Stomach Cancer >>

* Did black hole smash-up shape the Milky Way? >>
* Smart helicopter thanks to active rotor blades >>
* Physicists Undo Century-Old Gordian Knot >>

* Kill Thrill: Watch Animals Capture Their Prey in Slow-Mo >>
* Vortex gets tied in knots >>
* Half of Africa’s Lions May Go Extinct in 40 Years >>

* HTC says One’s dual-membrane microphones block bad vibes >>
* MeCam Could Be The Perfect High-Tech Accessory For Narcissists >>
* Gadgetwise Blog: Dyson’s Bladeless Fan: a Little Cooler >>

* Big Asteroid to Zoom By Earth This Weekend >>
* Purist High Performance >>
* NASA Spacecraft Makes 1st Complete Map of Planet Mercury >>

* Celebrating Google Play’s first birthday >>
* Man Shoots Robot, Gets Charged with Vandalism >>

* Schizophrenia: A disorder of neurodevelopment and accelerated aging? >>
* “Evolution Is Not Over” –New Insights Into the Genetic Code >>
* Will We Start Seeing More Food Riots? >>

* Another Legend Brought Back To Life With Technology — This Time It’s Audrey Hepburn >>
* Scientists Cure Diabetes With Gene Therapy In Dogs – Will It Work On Humans? >>
* Whoa, Penguins Are Actually Colder Than Their Antarctic Surroundings >>

* Global e-mail patterns reveal ‘clash of civilizations >>
* A Drone Flew Within 200 Feet Of A Commercial Jet. How Legal Was It? >>
* Direct Sea Routes Over The North Pole Predicted For 2050 >>

* Infrared Images Reveal Frigid, Purple Penguins >>
* Over 50? Checklist May Predict If You’ll Be Alive in 10 Years >>
* Google Says the FBI Is Secretly Spying on Some of Its Customers >>

* Wave hand, write SMSs and emails >>
* What’s New (and Old) in the DSM-5 Personality Disorders >>
* Green Tea Extract Interferes with Formation of Amyloid Plaques in Alzheimers Disease >>

* Toshiba Develops Intelligent Wearable Vital Signs Sensor Module >>
* Mini-Organ Would Mimic Pancreas to Treat Type 1 Diabetes >>
* The Hidden Costs of Cognitive Enhancement >>

* A Pill That Detects Cancer >>
* Robot Called ‘Yeti’ Finds Cracks in Antarctic Ice >>
* Monkeys Stay Away from Mean People >>

* Chrome Beta For Android Data Compression On Google’s Servers, Reduces Data Usage By 50% >>
* The Catch-22 That Prevents Us From Truly Scrutinizing the Surveillance State >>
* A Graphene Antenna Could Give Us Wireless Terabit Uploads in One Second >>

* Vint Cerf: Google Shouldn’t Require Real Names >>
* Brain Implant Reduces OCD Symptoms >>

* Why “Survival of the Fittest” Is Wrong >>
* The Internet from the Planet of the Apes >>
* Geographers Compute Arctic Shipping Routes >>

* Researchers Identify States of Unconsciousness with EEG Data >>
* Third Van Allen Belt Came And Went >>
* Monkeys Stay Away from Mean People >>

* Man Charged For Shooting Robot >>
* Growing Up with Google Glass >>

* Don’t Touch That Remote: TV Pilots Turn to Net, Not Networks >>
* Researchers calculate potential of using graphene for ultrafast wireless communications >>
* Toshiba Develops Intelligent Wearable Vital Signs Sensor Module >>

* Apple patents pressure-sensitive squeeze controls >>
* IT leaders not meeting software delivery expectations: survey >>
* Want To Get Filthy Rich? Don’t Try Tech >>

* The Science Behind How We Deal With Change >>
* Now An Analyst Says Samsung Is Hosed, Too >>
* Solar-Powered Airplane Can Revolutionize The Way We Produce And Use Energy >>
* Controversies Over Singularitarian Utopianism >>

* Top 10 list of anti-aging tips >>
* MBA Online: Samsung and Apple Infographic >>
* Has Google+ failed? >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 March 2013 >>

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