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* All Sciences Lead to Robotics >>
* New Technology May Allow for High Resolution Endoscopes as Thin as Human Hair >>
* iPhone turned into microscope for £5 >>

* First-ever determination of protein structure with X-ray laser >>
* World’s largest space observatory opens in Chile >>
* Events in the future seem closer than those in the past >>

* Atmospheres of four exoplanets analyzed >>
* Google Replaces Android Boss Andy Rubin With Chrome’s Sundar Pichai >>
* Cellphone sniffer hunts down illicit prison calls >>

* Drones To Be Deployed As Nuclear Fallout Detectors >>
* Google acquires neural network startup may help hone speech recognition >>
* Google I/O Conference Sells Out in an Hour >>

* How to Make Better Decisions (BBC Documentary) >>
* Living with Robots documentary >>
* Russia to Complete Asteroid Shield Plan by Yearend >>

* Newly Discovered Binary Star System Only 6.5 Light-Years Away >>
* DNA Finally Gets a Beautiful Explainer Befitting Its Mystifying Elegance >>
* The ALMA telescope has just made its first major discovery >>

* Umoove Is Poised To Blanket The World With Mobile Head-Tracking Tech >>
* Google Hires Brains that Helped Supercharge Machine Learning >>
* Google Launches Its Third Year Of Earth Developer Grants >>

* This video of all the nearby stars with planets will make you cry >>
* Everything you need to know about TEDxDeExtinction >>
* Could Life Have Evolved on Mars Before Earth? >>

* The Eyes Have It: Google Glass and the Myth of Multitasking >>
* Bebionic Prosthetic Hand Continues To Amaze In Latest Video >>
* The Science Of Soda Sizes >>

* Are we in the Metamaterial Age? >>
* A high-resolution endoscope as thin as a human hair >>
* Designing interlocking building blocks to create complex tissues >>

* Researchers peek at the structure of the viral Internet >>
* Augmented World Expo 2013 >>
* Window Cleaning Robots Making Their Way To Skyscraper Happy United Arab Emirates >>

* First Graphene Audio Speaker Easily Outperforms Traditional Designs >>
* Sleep discovery could lead to therapies that improve memory >>
* Extending beyond our brains using optogenetics >>

* Hitachi’s Ropits mobility robot drives itself >>
* Artificial vortex drives a turbine to create power >>
* Battle Between The Web And Mobile Is Ending — Oh, And Mobile Won >>

* Google Takes on Amazon and Microsoft for Cloud Computing Services >>
* The Science Press Is Going Crazy Over SpaceX’s Most Recent Rocket Launch. Why? >>
* AT&T smashes distance record for 400Gbps data connection >>

* IBM Designing Superman Servers For World’s Largest Telescope >>
* Google Now for iOS? >>
* uMoove: Control Your Phone By Moving Your Head >>

* Should we put criminals under surveillance instead of in prison? >>
* Is there really any life ‘out there’? >>
* Internet-connected sex toys let you “access” your long-distance partner >>

* Barista Bot Paints Your Portrait On Your Latte >>
* Japan extracts gas from methane hydrate in world first >>
* The Navy Is Working On A Drone Ship To Track Submarines >>

* IBM’s Watson supercomputer has a new job, as a lawyer >>
* Your Brain Scans Show Who You’re Thinking About >>
* How To Make Google Glass Look Cool Instead Of Dorky >>

* The Big Picture photography competition: round 246 >>
* Bionic eye could make radical difference to lives >>
* Google Acquired Neural Network Startup, Wants To Develop Smarter Machines >>

* Smartphone games can train the brain >>
* Next Week in Science WT10 – Mar 14,2013 >>
* Google Glass Already Has A Competitor With A Sleeker Design >>

* Pink Smoke Over Vatican As Women Protest [Video] >>
* The conclave, cathedral and bazaar: Why we don’t need smoking chimneys anymore >>

* The Technological Singularity – Guest of Honour talk at Los Con 39 >>
* Vernor Vinge, David Brin, Phil Osborn, Mitch Wagner – Panel Technological Singularity >>
* Xerox Virtual Pill Box Simplifies Medication Compliance >>

* ECG Check, a New iPhone Cardiac Monitor Cleared in U.S. >>
* Making cloud computing more efficient >>
* Could asteroid mining become a space Gold Rush? >>

* Mind-Controlled Devices Reveal Future Possibilities >>
* Physicists Hunt Weird Antimatter Beneath Earth >>
* Cisco Says Its “Internet of Everything” Is Worth $14.4 Trillion. Really? >>

* Google Buys Toronto University Startup For Better Voice, Image Recognition >>
* OMG, Generation teXt: Nearly 40% Of U.S. Teens Own A Smartphone >>
* Ancient Penis-Headed Worm Pushes Fossil Record Back 200 Million Years >>

* 9 Reasons To Avoid Sugar As If Your Life Depended On It >>
* Their Big Eyes May Have Caused Neanderthals’ Demise >>
* 15 Incredible Images Of Futuristic Skyscrapers >>

* Norway Shows the Way with Electric Cars, With a Cost >>
* SXSW 2013 wrap-up: Google Glass, Elon Musk, robots, instruments and more! >>
* 3D Printing With Paper at Your Local Office Supply Store? Yep, if Mcor Has Its Way >>

* Andy Rubin no longer leading Android, replaced by Chrome exec Sundar Pichai >>
* Google I/O Sells Out In Less Than An Hour >>
* Hitachi ROPITS transport robot takes you where you choose on your tablet (video) >>

* Rapyuta Is A Hive Mind For Robots In The Cloud >>
* Coal To Gas Moves Are Generating Economic Waves >>
* Galactic Star-Birth Factories Turned On Soon After Big Bang >>

* Scientists find how deadly new virus infects human cells >>
* Android chief stepping down at Google >>
* Wanted: One Billion Travelers to Donate Your ‘Transportation Surplus’ >>

* Averting the antibiotics apocalypse now >>
* Quantum computers leap into the real world >>
* A Quick Fix For Boeing’s Battery Woes >>

* NASA Wants More Info About The Satellite Communication System Of The Future >>
* World’s largest telescope array opens for business >>
* Could Life on Mars Have Existed Earlier than on Earth? >>

* Monster munch: How did black holes get vast so fast? >>
* Can We Really Run the World on 100% Renewables? >>
* Microsoft Kinect Learns to Read Hand Gestures >>

* Untangling life’s origins >>
* Protein adaptations in Antarctica may explain strategies for survival on Mars >>
* Google wants to replace all your passwords with a ring >>

* Watch This Rotating Field Transform Faster Than Optimus Prime >>
* Breathometer: A Tiny Breathalyzer That Plugs Into Your iPhone >>
* ALMA Eyes Most Distant Star-forming Galaxy >>

* Habitable Earth-Like Exoplanets Might Be Closer Than We Think >>
* This video of all the nearby stars with planets will make you cry >>
* Diamandis discusses humans progressing to Meta intelligence group-minds >>

* Futurist Martin Discusses Changes in Energy, Environment, Employment and Humanity >>
* Creating False Mouse Memories >>
* Space Habitats and Nearby Resources >>

* Poll: “What should robots be helping us with?” >>
* The wall that knows whether you’re a criminal >>
* Battle Between The Web And Mobile Is Ending — Oh, And Mobile Won >>

* Trained Soviet Attack Dolphins With Head-Mounted Guns Are On The Loose >>
* Star system third closest to Sun found >>
* Videoconference robot Beam walks the walk at SXSW >>

* Rare Triple Quasar Found 9 Billion Light Years Away >>
* Closest Earth-like world could be 6.5 light years away >>
* Google Now for iOS ? >>

* Global Future 2045 speakers petition UN to fund mind uploading >>
* Alien & Synthetic DNA >>
* Apple’s iWatch and the law of accelerating anticlimax >>

* IBM Asks Students to Choose Watson’s Next Job >>
* Anybody Home? Next-Gen Telescopes Could Pick Up Hints of Extraterrestrial Life >>
* Mind-Controlled Devices Reveal Future Possibilities >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 March 2013 >>

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