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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 May 2013

* Eavesdropping 2.0: Samsung, Intel, Telefonica invest in voice recognition tech that anticipates needs >>
* First website ever goes back online on the open Web’s 20th birthday >>
* Google Adds App Activities to Search >>

* Richard Branson Plans Orbital Spaceships For Virgin Galactic >>
* Google Glass: The Next Step in Computer Evolution AND Maybe Even Human Evolution? >>
* This Is Why Google Glass Is the Future >>

* How virtual reality will reshape your life, according to Google >>
* A new spin on origins of evolvability: survival of the evolvable >>
* Carbon Nanotube Sensor Detects Glucose in Saliva >>

* A future where machines track our conversations to offer us advice and info >>
* Two-year-old girl receives new trachea made from her own stem cells >>

* Microsoft could make 3D Skype calls a reality with new meeting tech >>
* Network of brain cells models smart power grid >>
* Why Big Companies Are Investing in a Service that Listens to Phone Calls >>

* Does antimatter fall up or down? First direct evidence of how atoms of antimatter interact with gravity >>
* Humanity Explores the Solar System >>
* Nielsen Is Finally Including Online Viewers in Its Television Ratings >>

* The World’s First Tablet Projector Promises a 100-Foot Display >>
* DARPA: Driving critical technological surprise >>
* On the verge of testing human long term memory device and seizure prevention >>

* Gene therapy for heart failure >>
* MIT Media Lab’s Smarter Objects can map a user interface onto anything >>
* Twitter Is Testing Out Its Official Google Glass App In The Wild >>

* Train Loop >>
* Life in the 2040s: nanofactories, flying cars, household robots, more >>
* DARPA Wants Huge Holy Grail of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks >>
* Gene therapy: ‘Heart-healing virus’ trial starts >>

* Google Glass 101: How Glass Currently Works >>
* UF researchers develop ‘nanotrain’ for targeted cancer drug transport >>
* Digg is tweaking its reader with integration for read it later services, email >>

* New zooming technique for entering text into smartwatches >>
* The Google-ization of Our Minds is Just Part of Evolution >>
* Your Next Doctor Could Save Your Life From Hundreds Of Miles Away >>

* Finally, Phone RAM as Good as the Stuff in Your Computer >>
* Free to Learn: A Radical Experiment in Education >>
* New DSM-5 Ignores Biology of Mental Illness >>

* NASA captures stunning views of monster hurricane on Saturn >>
* Nanowire transistors could keep Moore’s Law alive >>
* Brain-computer interfaces inch closer to mainstream, raising questions >>

* How a Cheap Plastic Film Can Give Your Smartphone a 3-D Screen >>
* Stunning Mars Panoramas Capture Curiosity Rover at Work (Photos) >>
* Shape-shifting mobile devices >>

* Tracking Tremors: A Brief History of the Richter Scale >>
* No One Wants the Pentagon’s Gigantic Hydrogen-Powered Drone >>
* Aston Martin Favors Hydrogen Power Over Hybrids, At Least For Now >>

* Eavesdropping 2.0: Telefonica invest in voice recognition tech that anticipates your every need >>
* Video: What Does 10 Petabytes of Data Look Like? >>
* Who Will Win The Next Phase of Growth In Smartphones? >>

* Innovation in Creation >>
* Google App Activities Coming To Search, Showing You Information Based On Usage By Other Google+ Users >>
* Why You Shouldn’t Rush Out And Hire A Chief Digital Officer >>

* Time Crystals Could Upend Physicists’ Theory of Time >>
* Day Two Of TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2013: Watch The Live Stream Here >>
* Samsung starts production of 20nm 4Gb LPDDR3 mobile DRAM >>

* Does Antimatter Fall Up? >>
* NSE-led teams sweep energy innovation contest >>
* ‘Touchy’ robot arm reaches past clutter >>

* Sparse coding on D-Wave hardware >>
* Decoding ‘noisy’ language in daily life >>
* iMito MX1 Puts an Android-Powered Home Media Center in Your Pocket >>

* Super-resolution microscope possible for nanostructures >>
* There Could Be As Many As 10,000 Drones Above US Skies By 2020 >>
* Add Audio to Your iPhone Pics With SpeakingPhoto >>

* Next big freeze could last 250 years: Sun’s activity wanes every 200 years, due 2040 >>
* Superstrong, telepathic – the bionic soldiers of the future >>
* Son of Concorde? Nasa reveals it is testing models of a Boeing supersonic passenger plane >>

* Herschel space telescope closes its eyes on Universe >>
* Pressure-controlled tactile pixels convert motion to electronic signals for imaging >>
* Hacking Pacemakers >>

* The Mission to Mars is Now a Crowdfunded Reality Show >>
* Organovo prints fully cellular 3D liver tissue >>
* Coming to a Store Near You: Computer-Brain Interface >>

* Radical Abundance is now available >>
* Electron-beam pasteurization of raw oysters may reduce viral food poisoning >>
* Scientists Learn to Control the Twist of Carbon Nanotubes >>
* Micro-patterned MeTro to Mend a Broken Heart >>

* Wired Space Photo of the Day: Operation Hot Cloud >>
* Atoms in Intense Laser Fields >>
* iPhone Is About To Get ‘Radical’ Post-Steve Jobs Look, And It Could Be Unsettling >>

* Electron-beam pasteurization of raw oysters may reduce viral food poisoning >>
* Do these startling longevity studies mean your lifespan could double? >>
* ScienceShot: Getting the Straight Poop From Dolphins >>

* NASA releasesthree new high-res panoramas of Curiosity on Mars >>
* Planning Bus Routes Using Cell Phone Data >>
* Synthetic biology research community grows significantly >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 April 2013

* Sorry, Siri: How Google Is Planning to Be Your New Personal Assistant >>
* Google’s Ray Kurzweil revs up search focus with AI vision >>

* IBM launches an appliance for the ‘Internet of things’ >>
* The Woman Who Received the First Successful Womb Transplant Is Now Six Weeks Pregnant >>
* Farewell Herschel: One of Humanity’s Greatest Telescopes Will See No More >>

* Jarvis Is A Personal Assistant That Goes Beyond Siri To Embrace The Connected Home >>
* Healthcare’s Big Problem With Little Data >>
* Google Glass and the Future >>

* New Smart Gun Company Hopes To Begin Production This Summer >>
* Google Now on your iPhone and iPad, with the Google Search app >>
* Is That a Solar-Powered Socket in Your Pocket? >>

* Nanowire Transistors Could Keep Moore’s Law Alive >>
* Cheetah-Quadruped Robot Learns to Walk, Trot Using Gait Patterns from Real Animal >>
* Simple Trick Turns Commercial Polymer Into World’s Toughest Fibre >>

* A Fuel Cell That Runs on Fire >>
* Milky Way and Stone Tree >>
* Microsoft’s Crazy IllumiRoom: More Details About a Real-Life Holodeck >>

* Put The History of Time In Context With a Click of Your Mouse >>
* Eye-tracking gadget knows just what you’re longing for >>
* Virgin Galactic has engine ignition and goes supersonic >>

* What Physics Can and Can’t Say About God >>
* Scientists discover why a specific cancer drug is so effective >>
* Further proof for controversial quantum computer >>

* E-tattoo monitors brainwaves and baby bump >>
* Genetically Modified Plants To Produce Natural Lighting >>
* This software can track faces, judge mood in photos >>

* India to help make world’s largest super machine >>
* Fish Use ‘Sign Language’ to Help Out Hunting Buddies >>
* Baseball-Playing Robot in a League of its Own >>
* Sniffing out schizophrenia >>

* Scientists discover one gene is necessary for mice to avoid predators >>
* Understanding the turbulence in plasmas >>
* The Rising Costs Of Misunderstanding Big Data >>

* The New and Dangerous Threat to Cloud Computing >>
* Chris Dixon: 3D Printing Will Transform Manufacturing, Social Media Startups Are Facing “General Fatigue” >>
* Apple’s OS X 10.9 Will Reportedly Allow Multi-Monitor Fullscreen, More Power-User Friendly Finder >>

* 3D Printing Is Creating A New Breed Of Chinese Manufacturing Entrepreneurs >>
* How Siri, Google Now respond to 5 questions >>
* We’re Very Close To Being Able To Control Computers With Our Brains Alone >>

* Microsoft IllumiRoom is a coffee table projector designed for the next-generation Xbox >>
* Google’s Favorite Psychologist Explains How The Company Retains Top Talent >>
* Drugs, porn, and counterfeits: the market for illegal goods is booming online >>

* Samsung Describes Galaxy S4 As, “A Precious Stone Glittering In The Dark” >>
* Do You Replace Your Server Or Go To The Cloud? The Answer May Surprise You >>
* Notch releases an addictive typing game called Drop >>

* Goodbye Typing, Hello Recording: Rev Finally Makes Transcription Painless >>
* Introducing Morphees, mobile devices that can change their shape >>

* A Projection-Mapped Party You Control With Your Keyboard >>
* Saturn Cyclone Seen Up Close By Spacecraft | Video >>
* SpaceShipTwo Rises On A Tail Of Fire | Video >>

* Warning Shot: a “Bullet Hole” on the ISS >>
* Herschel Space Telescope Closes Its Eyes on the Universe >>
* Magnificent New Timelapse: Death Valley Dreamlapse 2 >>

* Graphic processing units based brain research helps robot perform tasks >>
* ‘Smart’ artificial skin could give robots adaptive sense of touch >>
* Programming will be the Last Job on the Planet >>

* Laser welding as an engine of innovation >>
* A Moment of Zen: NASA Laser-Beams Leonardo’s ‘Mona Lisa’ to the Moon >>
* The Military’s New Flying Gas Station Will Be Open 24/7 Worldwide >>

* What Lies Beyond This Interstellar Rabbit Hole? >>
* Gene sequencing helps identify drug-resistant malaria >>
* How Technology Kills Mediocrity >>

* Snake robot teams up with rescue dog >>
* How data is changing the car game for Ford >>
* What the PC Industry of Tomorrow Looks Like >>

* Who’s Afraid of Designer Babies? (Documentary) >>
* What Patients Say Works for ADHD >>
* Is it OK to eat Cloned Fruit? >>

* Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains Why He’s Uncomfortable Being Labeled an ‘Atheist’ >>
* Morphees: Shape-shifting mobile devices (w/ Video) >>
* Grocery delivery service is greener than driving to the store >>

* Microsoft job ads for engineers show body-double plans >>
* Researchers create shape-shifting mobile devices >>
* Going viral on Science Sunday Hangout on Air >>

* Scientists reach the ultimate goal — controlling chirality in carbon nanotubes >>
* Adults lack stem cells for making new eggs >>
* Key shift in brain that creates drive to overeat identified >>

* How we decode ‘noisy’ language in daily life >>
* Viewpoint: The Breaking of Brittle Materials >>
* Viewpoint: Toward Fractional Quantum Hall Physics with Cold Atoms >>

* What happened to dinosaurs’ predecessors after Earth’s largest extinction 252 million years ago? >>
* Rise in drug-resistant bugs due to overuse of antibiotics >>
* Hurricane on Saturn a stunner >>

* Robot Discovers Burial Chambers Under Ancient Temple >>
* Are horses ‘lazy’ or just bored, ask scientists >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 April 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 April 2013

* Watch what happens to a boomerang in zero gravity >>
* This Shirt Can Be Worn For 100 Days Without Washing >>
* Apple’s Next Big Product Will Not Be A Gadget >>

* Uruguay’s Institute of Animal Reproduction creates glow-in-the-dark sheep >>
* MorePhone, the Smartphone Screen That Changes Shape to Alert You >>
* Quantified Self Fourth Person Perspective and Self 2.0 >>

* ‘Master Gene’ Makes Mouse Brain Look More Human >>
* NewsRel Uses Machine Learning To Summarize News Stories And Put Them On A Map >>
* Iterations: How Six Technology Investors Size Up The Google Glass Opportunity >>

* The After Math: Exploring Glass, Apple’s cash and Nintendo’s no-go keynote >>
* Technology isn’t Magic: Why Clarke’s Third Law always bugged me >>
* Google Glass Has Already Been Hacked and Rooted >>

* Watch what happens to a boomerang in zero gravity >>
* This Shirt Can Be Worn For 100 Days Without Washing >>
* Apple’s Next Big Product Will Not Be A Gadget >>

* Uruguay’s Institute of Animal Reproduction creates glow-in-the-dark sheep >>
* MorePhone, the Smartphone Screen That Changes Shape to Alert You >>
* Quantified Self Fourth Person Perspective and Self 2.0 >>

* ‘Master Gene’ Makes Mouse Brain Look More Human >>
* NewsRel Uses Machine Learning To Summarize News Stories And Put Them On A Map >>
* Iterations: How Six Technology Investors Size Up The Google Glass Opportunity >>

* The After Math: Exploring Glass, Apple’s cash and Nintendo’s no-go keynote >>
* Technology isn’t Magic: Why Clarke’s Third Law always bugged me >>
* Google Glass Has Already Been Hacked and Rooted >>

* The Danger of Thinking the Way Technology Wants Us to Think >>
* How Google Glass will Disrupt the Hearing Aid Industry? >>
* 15 Ways Technology Is Reinventing Society >>

* Here’s Robert Scoble showering with Google Glass >>
* Google’s Eric Schmidt zeroes in on new digital age >>
* Schmidt: Talking to Google Glass Could Make You a Spectacle >>

* Hackers get root access on Google Glass ahead of retail release >>
* NASA, Nike and others seek revolutionary fabrics for space travel and beyond >>
* Does anyone know why Google bought Motorola? >>

* $20 Billion project makes nuclear fusion breakthrough >>
* Scientists build baseball-playing robot with 100,000-neuron fake brain >>
* Kathleen Kennedy Says Keeping ‘Star Wars’ A Secret Will Be Difficult >>

* Watch what happens to a boomerang in zero gravity >>
* Robots Will Do Everything You Do Now Only Better—What Then? >>
* This Shirt Can Be Worn For 100 Days Without Washing >>

* Nearest alien planet gets a new name >>
* Comment of the Day –“ET Search and the Speed of Light” >>
* Having Issues with “Issues” >>

* DNA at 60: Still Much to Learn >>
* 3 Ways to Make Our Schools Emotionally Addicitive >>
* Aubrey de Grey – Undoing aging >>

* Experts Urge Removal of Space Debris From Orbit >>
* $200 Intel Android Laptops Are Coming >>
* What’s Holding Back 3-D Printing >>

* The Best Eyeglasses At The Hackathon >>
* MorePhone, the Smartphone Screen That Changes Shape to Alert You >>
* Automate Your Window Blinds with an Arduino >>

* Trends You Can’t Afford to Ignore–From Eric Schmidt’s New Book >>
* Recursion or while loops: Which is better? >>
* The Blindingly Obvious Truth About Bottled Water >>

* Eric Schmidt: Google Glass Critics ‘Afraid of Change,’ Society Will Adapt >>
* MYO armband to muscle into computer control (w/ video) >>
* Novelties: In Cancer Treatment, New DNA Tools >>

* Wired Space Photo of the Day: The Rude, Crude Cosmos >>
* Distributed Creativity of the Electric Sheep >>
* New nanotech promises nothing will ever get wet—so how should it be used? >>

* Clean Air Technologies >>
* Graphene: Isolated In Manchester >>
* Future of computer interaction on display in Paris >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 April 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 April 2013

* Internet Everywhere–But on Your Terms >>
* NASA, Nike and others seek revolutionary fabrics for space travel and beyond >>
* What Happened When One Man Pinged the Whole Internet >>

* World’s most human-like android head >>
* How Ray Kurzweil Will Help Google Make the Ultimate AI Brain >>

* Watch as these adorable robots evolve the ability to walk >>
* Genius Guy Created a Robot to Steal from Vending Machines >>
* A noninvasive avenue for Parkinson’s disease gene therapy >>

* Why Sleep Deprivation Eases Depression >>
* Alzheimer’s researchers creating ‘designer tracker’ to quantify elive brain protein >>
* Researchers bypass the blood-brain barrier, widening treatment options >>

* Discovery yields supertough, strong nanofibers >>
* The Science of Jetpacks >>
* Discovery of wound-healing genes in flies could mitigate human skin ailments >>

* Robot hands gain a gentler touch >>
* Potential diabetes breakthrough >>
* How fat is Schrödinger’s cat? >>

* The Free Exercise Clause and Genetic Engineering Regulation >>
* AT&T Will Automate Your Home, But It’ll Cost You >>
* Dreamliner Okayed for Flight in U.S, but Battery Faces Scrutiny >>

* Battery Could Provide a Cheap Way to Store Solar Power >>
* Megaport >>
* The Starship Century Symposium >>

* Smart dust computers are no bigger than a snowflake >>
* It’s time physics recognised that time is real >>
* Parachuting Canister Detects Chemical Weapons >>

* How It Works: The Thermal Camera That Found The Boston Bomber >>
* Metamaterial Can Squirt A Magnetic Field Through A Hose >>
* How to Inspect Windmill Blades Without Ever Leaving the Ground >>

* What Hurts More: Child Birth or a Kick in the Balls? Science Answers. >>
* New Study Suggests Autism Could Be Diagnosed At Birth – By Analyzing The Placenta >>
* FIRST and NI Announce New Robot Controller: Smaller, Faster, Super Rugged >>

* How Lasers and Glue Help to Weld Tissue Ruptures >>
* Robotic Replicators >>
* New artificial skin is as sensitive as human fingertips >>

* The Unboxing Of The Year >>
* X marks the spot: This week’s TEDx Talks >>
* Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen on What’s Next for the World >>

* Google Glass’ vision of the future runs on a 2011 smartphone chip >>
* What Happens When Almost Anybody Can Build A Mobile Business App? >>
* Physicists propose measure of macroscopicity; Schrodinger’s cat scores a 57 >>

* Movement of pyrrole molecules defy ‘classical’ physics >>
* How ‘jail-breaker’ cancer cells escape >>
* Teensy Sponge Soaks Up Venom in Blood >>

* Battling Obesity … with a Brain Implant? >>
* Distributed Creativity of the Electric Sheep >>
* Philips Respironics SleepMapper App Helps Get The Most from PAP Therapy (w/video) >>

* Eric Schmidt on ‘The New Digital Age’: The Internet Doesn’t Hurt People, People Do >>
* Scientists Build Baseball-Playing Robot With 100,000-Neuron Fake Brain >>
* Big Pic: What A Supersonic Aircraft Model Looks Like In A Wind Tunnel >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 April 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 April 2013

* Scientists confirm new H7N9 bird flu has come from chickens >>
* Earth’s Core 1,000 Degrees Hotter Than Expected >>
* How Lasers and Glue Help Weld Tissue Ruptures >>

* Amazon Plans an Internet Video Device >>
* Welcome to the Age of Big Drone Data >>
* How Ray Kurzweil Will Help Google Make the Ultimate AI Brain >>

* Learn To Read Chinese In Eight Minutes >>
* The New Laugh Track? ABC News’ Social Soundtracker App Translates User Sentiment Into Sound >>
* Scientists May Have Detected Neutrinos From Another Galaxy >>

* Must Watch: Neil deGrasse Tyson Moderates a Debate on Nothingness >>
* Entire Galaxies Feel The Heat Of Newborn Stars >>
* Speed of Light Not a Constant: New Break-Through Research >>

* Million-Neuron Artificial Brain Works In Real Time >>
* Kinect plus projector makes anything a remote control >>
* 3D Printer Produces Artificial Ears >>

* The Beautiful, Precise Images of Buildings That 3D Scanning Enables >>
* Stem-cell ‘symphony’ creates patterns in feathers >>
* Nanoscale Pressure Sensors Mimic Human Skin >>

* Google Trends Could Predict Stock Market Moves, Study Shows >>
* Kickstarter Campaign To Create Glowing Plant Goes Viral – Singularity Labs FTW! >>
* China admits will build a second aircraft carrier, stealth jets for carriers, drones and more nuclear submarines >>

* Preparing for the Power Demands of an Electric Car Boom >>
* A Look at the ‘Inside 3D Printing’ Conference in New York >>
* IBM Robotic Coworker Will Help Engineers Fix Broken Systems >>

* In Japan, You Can Buy Your Kid A Giant Robot For $20,000 >>
* Is this the century we begin to build starships ? >>
* Life’s Trajectory Seen Through Facebook Data >>

* Hundreds of tiny untethered surgical tools tested in animal biopsies >>
* Virtual reality coming to Second Life >>
* Physicists Build World’s First “Magnetic Hose” For Transmitting Magnetic Fields >>

* Low cost and increased supply of energy >>
* Mobile Broadband’s Boom >>
* What is Holding Back 3-D Printing? >>

* Mathematical Proof That Growing Old Means Getting Boring >>
* Quantum effects get a weirdness scale >>
* Mindscapes: The woman who was dropped into her body >>

* Shanghai Tower Construction Continues Despite Rumors of salt in concrete sand >>
* The Next Xbox: Everything We Think We Know >>
* Humans may have reached the Americas 22,000 years ago >>

* Crooks Don’t Stand a Chance Against the SWAT Bot >>
* James Webb Space Observatory –Will Advance Detection of Extraterrestrial Life >>
* Diamond Shows Promise for Quantum Internet >>

* The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations and Business >>
* Graphene Workshop >>
* Can Synthetic Biology Keep Your Food Safe? >>

* Water worlds bring us closer to finding Earth’s twin >>
* We Need to Create a Skynet that Shares Our Goals >>
* Bringing people back from the dead >>

* 3D printer makes tiniest human liver ever >>
* Diamond shows promise for a quantum Internet >>
* The speed of light in a vacuum may not be a constant after all >>

* Battery and memory device in one package >>
* When Should Robots Resemble Humans? >>
* Einstein Right Again! Rapidly Spinning Pulsar Follows General Relativity >>

* Artificial Intelligence Is The New Uncanny Valley >>
* Living with Google Glass, Day One: the reveal >>
* Google Glass Easter Egg Introduces You To The Entire Team In A Panoramic Image Controlled By Your Head’s Movement >>

* The Meaning of (Making) Life >>
* Apple’s WWDC 2013 tickets sold out in a record two minutes (or less) >>
* Harvard Scientists Discover Hormone That Could Help Treat Diabetes >>

* Device Keeps Liver Alive Outside Body For 24 Hours >>
* Nanosponges Soak Up Antibiotic-resistant Bacteria and Toxins >>
* Opscode, IBM to Offer Chef Server in IBM SmartCloud >>

* Researchers identify key cellular organelle involved in gene silencing >>
* Radioactive Bacteria Can Kill Cancer >>
* Psychopaths not wired for empathy >>

* Arteries may thicken faster in polluted air >>
* Nets, harpoons could be used to haul in space junk (Update) >>
* Physics demonstrations: cloaking device? >>

* Re-Timer Sleep Device Helps Reset Your Circadian Rhythm >>
* Killer Cola: A Can a Day Hikes Diabetes >>
* Netflix: TV’s future is in the apps >>

* ‘Urgent need’ to remove space debris >>
* Cancer Physicians Attack High Drug Costs >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 April 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 April 2013

* Smartphone Used To Scan Data From Chip-Enabled Credit Cards >>
* Google Bags (Another) Machine-Learning Startup >>
* App Smart: Dictionary Apps for Smartphones and Tablets >>

* Tool Kit: Calling on Gadgetry to Keep the Garden Growing >>
* How much a video weighs and why the chicken crossed the road: 13 great questions from Vsauce creator Michael Stevens >>
* First vaccine to help control some autism symptoms >>

* Nano-scale Optical Antennas Could Have a Big Impact >>
* New Device Keeps Liver Alive Outside Body >>
* The Next Xbox Will Be Announced May 21 >>

* New App Gives You An Automatic Nosejob >>
* We’ve Finally Figured Out What Makes LED Bulbs So Inefficient >>
* Are Electric Vehicles Really Zero-Emission? >>

* New Bird Flu Spreads: What You Need To Know >>
* The Future And You–April 24, 2013; A hundred new predictions about the future >>
* Rocks re-emerge after 2.5 billion years in mantle >>

* Space X’s Elon Musk and friends look to the far future: Engage warp drive! >>
* If Ray Kurzweil lives forever, should Medicare pay for his healthcare? >>
* Artificial Intelligence to provide Google searchers answer and not just links >>

* Shibaful lush lawn iPhone case puts Yoyogi Park in your pocket >>
* NASA successfully launches three tiny smartphone satellites >>
* Mars One starts search for the first humans on Mars in 2023 >>

* Twitter hoax rocks Wall Street, shows vulnerabilities >>
* On Hold: Genes That Pause Pregnancy Discovered >>
* #MEMS: “Shrinking the Footprint of Switches” >>

* Most important Google Glass experience is not the user experience, it’s the experience of everyone else. >>
* Can Oxytocin Get Me A Boyfriend? >>

* Intelligence from Causal Entropic Forces >>
* Which Jobs Actually Use Math? >>
* Lab Chimps a Thing of the Past? >>

* New Chemical Trick To Make Fertilizer That Won’t Explode >>
* This Is the Badass Dark Enterprise Kirk Battles In the Next Star Trek Film >>
* Your Body Does Not Want to Be an Interface >>

* “ET Calling” –NASA Launches Three ‘Smartphone’ Satellites >>
* Transgenic mice ready to fight obesity, and more >>
* New matter-antimatter difference observed in LHCb experiment at CERN >>

* Evolution Isn’t Neat. Why Your Brain is a Freaking Mess >>
* The Moving Goalposts of Mental Illness >>
* Panopticon >>

* Progress Cargo Ship Launches to Space Station >>
* Awesome Image from Space: Cygnus Mass Simulator Separates from Orbital’s Antares Rocket >>
* How That Beer You’re Drinking Is Helping Cure Malaria >>

* Siva Cycle Atom charges USB devices with a pedal-powered battery pack (video) >>
* Create your own psychedelic wonderland with bioengineered glowing plants >>
* Google Glass Competitor ‘Telepathy’ Aims to Get to Market First >>

* Ten Wild Things You Can 3D Print At Home >>
* Building Sumo Robots With the Brain Monkeys Crew (Video) >>
* Thalmic Labs Shows Off MYO Development Process, Demos The Armband Controlling Tetris And A Sphero >>

* MightyText web app lets you sync photos, videos from Android to PC >>
* Disrupt All The Disruption >>
* CW app brings full episodes streaming to Xbox 360 a day after they air >>

* How Hackers Steal Trade Secrets By Targeting Smaller Companies >>
* Samsung Galaxy S4: The Phone So Complicated, It Has An ‘Easy’ Mode >>
* A Touchscreen You Can Pinch, Poke and Stretch >>

* Brain Cells Will Control The Power Plants Of The Future >>
* Air pollution and hardening of arteries >>
* What Kind of Drugs Kill the Most People? >>

* Make your own DNA >>
* Video game can help cure ‘lazy eye’ in adults >>
* How does it feel when a Google Glass user walks into a public space and looks at you? >>

* Facebook interests could help predict, track and map obesity >>
* Baby Sea Turtles Inspire Flippered Robot >>
* Europe Gets Serious About Space Junk Menace >>

* What’s the Matter with Antimatter in the Atom Smasher? >>
* Space coffee gets an upgrade >>
* After injury, brain ‘niche’ makes astrocytes >>

* Are planets made of ‘totally unexpected’ stuff? >>
* Remote Sensing to the Next Level >>
* Why does anything exist? Scientists find a bit of the answer >>

* How to tame ‘triple negative’ breast cancer >>
* Man With Hole in Stomach Revolutionized Medicine >>
* New ‘Fairy’ Insect Is Mind-Blowingly Small >>

* The tiny lab-grown livers that perform like the real thing… and could pave the way for human-sized organs for transplant >>
* Faster-than-superfast Internet, and why we can’t have it (yet) >>
* Baby Sea Turtles Inspire Flippered Robot >>

* How to Build an Artificial Womb >>
* We Live in a Cosmic Shooting Gallery >>
* Is traveling back in time impossible? Experts say maybe not >>

* A Vision of 21st Century Health Care and Medicine >>
* When we peer into the fog of the deep future what do we see? >>
* Huge Egg Sells For $101,813 At London Auction >>

* Quantum internet: Towards realization of solid-state quantum network >>
* NASA chief: Visiting an asteroid is all agency can afford >>
* After Success In Israel, Microsoft Launches More Accelerator Programs (MSFT) >>

* Stunning Images Of The Universe From Hubble >>
* INFOGRAPHIC: How Location Data Is Being Collected And Transforming The Mobile Industry >>
* Dead stars ‘to guide spacecraft’ >>
* Hundreds of Tiny Untethered Surgical Tools Deployed in First Animal Biopsies >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 April 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 April 2013

* SpaceX Grasshopper Flies High >>
* Introduction to the 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2013 >>
* Whoa, Computer Graphics Can Make Water Look Real Now >>

* ‘Toggle switch’ to burn fat identified >>
* Entropy law linked to intelligence, say researchers >>
* Tim Cook teases ‘exciting new product category’ and ‘more surprises’ in the fall >>

* Meet ‘swatting’, dangerous prank that could get someone killed >>
* Your body’s microbiome has a unique ‘fingerprint’ >>
* Researcher Serial Port Scans Finds More 100,000+ Hackable Devices, Incl. Traffic Lights, Fuel Pumps >>

* Study suggests voice-to-text ‘just as dangerous’ as texting while driving >>
* Software-Defined Networking (SDN): What It Is, How It Works, Why It Matters >>
* Salesforce: Internet of Things is ‘third wave of computing’ >>

* Google Now Could Be Google’s New Home Page >>
* Brain Scans Reveal That Humans Definitely Feel Empathy For Robots >>
* Lessons From Crowdsourcing The Boston Bombing Investigation >>

* New Plan To Remove Orbiting Space Debris: A Giant Harpoon >>
* Pass The Prozac: Fruit Flies Get Depressed, Too >>
* Radioactive bacteria nuke pancreatic cancer in mice >>

* Scientists Have 3D-Printed Mini Human Livers for the First Time Ever >>
* Nanowires Grow Better on Graphene >>
* Disorder rule linked to intelligence >>

* New algorithm helps evaluate, rank scientific literature >>
* Supergrids >>
* Manned Mars Mission May Use Night Vision Gear in 2018 >>

* Smartphone app turns drones into spacecraft fro simulated space station dockings >>
* Solar Power that could be over 50 percent efficient >>
* New campaign urges killer robots ban >>

* Way to starve & kill cancer tumors found >>
* This Ultraviolet Lamp Keeps Your Dishwasher Clean No Matter How Dirty the Dishes >>
* What Happens When Siri and Google Voice Play Operator >>

* Summer Movie Preview: 33 Movies To Watch Out For >>
* Regaining Lost Brain Function >>
* Supergrids >>
* Big Data from Cheap Phones >>

* Additive Manufacturing >>
* Friendly Machines >>
* Hydrophobics Get Tough >>

* Why Google is Investing in Deep Learning >>
* Hundreds of tiny untethered surgical tools deployed in first animal biopsies >>
* Radioactive Gases Detected From North Korea’s Recent Nuclear Bomb Test >>

* Everything Wrong With Iron Man >>
* Face Recognition Failed to Find Boston Bombers >>
* This Antarctic Research Base Actually Looks Pretty Cozy >>

* Engineers Use Brain Cells to Power Smart Grid >>
* Is Space Digital? >>
* A frog-like robot that crawls inside your abdomen >>

* Is there a Case for Robot Slaves? >>
* Capitalism is Dead. Long Live Transhumanism >>
* Texas A&M Researcher Helps Discover an “Almost Psychic” Photonless Communication >>
* New clues on Longevity >>

* Orbital Sciences Test Launched Antares Rocket >>
* ‘Big Brother’ applicants wanted for one-way Mars trip >>
* Nano-sized protractor measures molecule movement >>

* How the Next-Gen Police-Bot Picks Bombs Apart in Record Time >>
* X-rays from Supernova Remnant SN 1006 >>

* Eye-Tracking Software Goes Mobile >>
* Origin of Jupiter’s Water Solved –The Massive 1994 Comet Bombardment >>
* Toggle switch to burn fat identified >>

* Uncleaned cells mean weak muscles >>
* Just a Few Extra Transit Riders Can Do Wonders for Traffic >>
* Life on Mars? Finding It May Require Humans on Red Planet >>

* Create Your Own Electricity With Your Feet, Bike-Powered Charger >>
* $4.7 Trillion: The Environmental Cost Of Business >>
* Researchers watch nanoparticles self-assemble for the very first time >>

* Google Glass Will Run Web Apps, Not Native Android >>
* Understanding the brain of a man with no conscious memory >>
* Radioactive Microbes Nuke Tumor Cells >>

* Kodable Teaches Kids To Code Before They Learn To Read >>
* Itineraries: Electronic ‘Smarts’ at Hotels Attract Guests >>
* Are You Ready For Big Change, Big Data And Big Actions? >>

* IBM’s solar tech is 80% efficient thanks to supercomputer know-how >>
* Noodle Robots Replacing Workers In Chinese Restaurants >>
* And So It Begins: Order Pizza Hut via Xbox Live >>

* Second-gen Nest teardown reveals high degree of repairability, fun with curved glass >>
* Why Flipboard Is The Next Hot Social Network To Watch >>
* The One Function Twitter Desperately Needs >>

* Manhunt Turns Ustream Into a Crowdsourced CNN >>
* Rise of the killer robots: Experts call ban on machines that can automatically kill >>
* The Mathematical Butterfly: Simulations Provide New Insights On Flight >>

* Cloned Giant Redwoods Planted Around World >>
* Biologists decode turtle genome >>
* Is Siri safe? Researchers warn using voice recognition when you drive is just as dangerous as texting >>

* 9 Incredible Objects That Prove 3D Printers Are Totally Worth it >>
* Scientists Find Antibody that Transforms Bone Marrow Stem Cells Directly into Brain Cells >>
* engineers devising algorithms that look for useful new patterns in medical sensor data >>

* Single-Frequency Lasers >>
* Robotics, Design, and Culture >>
* Artificial General Intelligence and Neuroscience >>

* Visions of Immortality and the Death of the Eternal City >>
* Tomorrow’s Technologies >>
* Sensor system assesses effects of explosions on soldiers >>

* Could An ‘Artificial Leaf’ Fuel Your Car? >>
* Wearable tech and the futurists conundrum >>
* What if Moore’s Law applied to humans as well? >>

* How Reddit Helped Hunt the Boston Bombers >>
* $45 1-GHz BeagleBone Black Linux Computer >>
* New Pictures Of ‘The Comet Of The Century’ >>

* This Rocket-Like Plane Could Have Been The SR-71 Blackbird Replacement >>
* NYT: ‘Why Tim Cook Is Like Steve Ballmer’ >>
* Here Are Some Great Viral Videos To Celebrate YouTube Turning 8 >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 April 2013 >>

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