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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 March 2013

* Microsoft’s Xbox chief predicts ‘we’ll all be wearing 10 sensors’ in the next decade >>
* Mice human hybrids show Glial support cells may enhance people’s thinking prowess >>
* Is this peptide a key to happiness? >>

* Researchers discover workings of brain’s ‘GPS system’ >>
* Big Data ushers in new ways to determine creditworthiness >>
* Mars’ underground flood channels are much deeper than we thought >>

* A Brain Implant That Treats Severe Eating Disorders >>
* The Brain Activity Map >>
* Synopsis: A Double Power Law Powers Brain >>

* How to Get the New Facebook Newsfeed Early >>
* The Boeing 787 produces over 500GB of data during every flight >>
* Rare Binary Stars Provides Yardstick For Cosmos, And Could Help Illuminate Dark Energy >>

* Matterport 3D camera aims to map your interior world, display it from the cloud >>
* Who Has The Winning Innovation Model, Google, Apple, or Samsung? >>
* Facebook’s New News Feed: The Biggest Change In Years (Updating Live) >>

* A Clever But Questionable Approach to Geoengineering >>
* Rumour points to completely boring Higgs boson >>
* Evidence that comets could have seeded life on Earth >>

* Martian rover Curiosity looking for organics >>
* How tiny cameras have become big business >>
* Photoshop-like interior light control interface >>

* Generations of cloned mice with normal lifespans created: 25th generation and counting >>
* Human Brain Cells Make Mice Smart >>
* Leap Motion + Hologram = The Future of Awesomeness >>

* Will Anyone Create a Killer App for Google Glass? >>
* Quantum Fridge cools object a million times heavier >>
* Chinese Physicists Measure Speed of “Spooky Action At a Distance” >>

* ISS ISERVE Camera: Resolution sharp enough to capture anything larger than a cow >>
* An Atom in the Universe >>
* Breath test to spot stomach cancer: Study >>

* A ‘pacemaker’ in brain may help cure anorexia >>
* Evil Empire Beware: Gas Giant Planets are Hard to Destroy >>
* 10 Of The Best Nature Photographs Of the Year >>

* Kinect Fusion Lets You Build 3-D Models of Anything >>
* Seeing the tech future, from two different angles >>

* Insect Wings: Nature’s Most Violent Antimicrobial? [Video] >>
* Moore’s Law Found to Apply to Evolution of Technologies Beyond Transistors >>
* Self-Healing Concrete Uses Sunlight to Fix Its Own Cracks >>

* The Micro 3-D Printer Can Potentially Be A Huge Step For National Security >>
* Facebook Is No Longer Real-Time >>

* How Google Glass Will Revolutionize 9 Industries >>
* This Is The US Missile No Ship Will See Coming Until It’s Too Late >>

* What if you could mine the Moon? >>
* Frozen Android phones give up data secrets >>
* IBM CEO Steps Into Spotlight: Tech Trends >>

* Our brains, and how they’re not as simple as we think >>
* The Next Big Thing In Biotech: Onyx >>

* How the FBI Intercepts Cell Phone Data >>
* Facebook News Feed becomes personal newspaper >>
* Electron field emitter technology to improve imaging, communications >>

* World’s first automatic protocol selection technology for any environment >>
* First Evidence of Viking-Like ‘Sunstone’ Found >>
* Ancient Mega-Flood on Mars Revealed in 3D >>

* Does our solar system have a special connection to the structure of the universe? >>
* Bill Gates: Schools are at a ‘technology tipping point’ >>
* Virus overcomes ‘enormous hurdle’ to survive >>

* What Antarctica Looked Like Before the Ice >>
* Will Anyone Create a Killer App for Google Glass? >>
* Facebook’s Beautiful New News Feed Has an Ugly Side >>

* How Do Insects Stay So Healthy? Their Wings Shred Bacteria >>
* Killing cancer cells with acid reflux >>
* Why some coasts are tsunami ‘magnets’ >>

* Synopsis: Black Holes Emerge from Collisions >>
* Synopsis: Can Spasers go Electric? >>
* When food is scarce, a smaller brain will do >>

* Some brain cells are better virus fighters >>
* Sniff, sniff. What did you say? >>
* Curiosity Rover Put to Sleep to Wait Out Solar Storm >>

* Scientists improve transgenic ‘Enviropigs’ >>
* Weatherman’s Wrong? Don’t Blame Doppler Radar >>
* 20 Lies Back to the Future II Told Us (Besides the Hoverboard) >>

* Facebook Launches Multiple Topic-Based Feeds, Bigger Images, Consistent Design >>
* An Old Hope: Lucas says Hamill, Fisher, and Ford set for Star Wars VII >>

* Vatican Needs 2.8PB Of Disk Space To Digitize 40 Million Pages Of Ancient Manuscripts >>
* SETI: The Artificial Transit Scenario >>
* Video: Why Is Curiosity Looking for Organics? >>

* Looking Into the Moon’s Permanently Shadowed Craters >>
* LEDs to Outsell Traditional Light Bulbs in 5 Years >>
* Rumor: Intel in Discussions to Produce Apple Chips >>

* Rats Communicate With Each Other By… Sniffing >>
* Take This Quiz To Find Your Likelihood Of Dying By 2023 >>
* Deaf Baby Hears His Mother’s Voice For The First Time [Video] >>

* Physics crunch: Higgs smashes into a dead end >>
* Bored robot waits his turn at CeBIT tech fair >>
* Europa’s ocean may closely resemble Earth’s >>

* Will anyone create a killer app for Google Glass? >>
* Microsoft’s future vision: live, work, play >>
* Teaching Kinect for Windows to read your hands >>

* A Vacuum Turns This Flexible Fabric Into a Stiff Cast >>
* Dita Von Teese Flaunts the First 3D-Printed Dress You Might Actually Own Someday >>
* A sausage a day is too many, research suggests >>

* Four Main Challenges for the 2018 Mars Flyby Mission >>
* Facebook’s Redesign Hopes to Keep Users Engaged >>
* Meet The Newest, Most Absurd Supercars From Lamborghini And Ferrari >>

* Gadgets You Need, Even if You Have a Smartphone >>
* The Kinect Can Recognize Hand and Multitouch Gestures >>
* How Every Guy Will Use Google Glass >>

* Bees get a buzz from caffeine >>
* Xbox 720 leak reveals $299 console, Kinect 2 for 2013, Kinect Glasses project >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 March 2013 >>

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