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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 April 2013

* 4K Video At 1,000 Frames Per Second Will Melt Your Eyes >>
* A Search Engine For The Internet Of Things >>
* Watch Navy’s New Laser Cannon, Mounted on a Ship, Kill a Drone >>

* Forget your password: The future is ‘passthoughts’ >>
* The ‘girlfriend coat’ that can make singletons feel like they are being hugged >>
* Red Epic Dragon sensor updates start tomorrow for $8,500 6K resolution, 120 fps at 5K >>

* The Secret Life of Cats: What You Can Learn By Putting a GPS on Your Kitty >>
* Intel announces next-gen Thunderbolt with 20 Gbps throughput >>
* Camera Uses Laser Beams to Take 3-D Images From 1 Kilometer Away >>

* Next Xbox features an AMD x86 chip, making backwards compatibility difficult >>
* Blackmagic’s Production Camera 4K gets full size cinema sensor, $3,995 pricetag >>

* For Private Manned Mars Mission, It’s Make-or-Break Time >>
* TESS: A Full-Sky Exoplanet Survey >>
* Voice of the Big Bang -Sounds of the Universe 760,000 Years After (AUDIO) >>

* Wireless smart meter measures how much power you use >>
* The real Limitless drug >>
* Solar achieves grid parity >>

* Avian virus may be harmful to cancer cells >>
* Why techies don’t buy contemporary art >>

* Born to die: how self-destructing electronics will transform medicine, war, more >>
* Affordable brainwave sensors could make typed passwords obsolete >>
* Blue state: Microsoft’s tricky strategy to strike back against Apple and Google >>

* Phantom Flex4K camera unveiled, blasts through 1000 4K frames per second (video) >>
* Artificial ovary may replace hormone pills >>
* Soon, an oxygen-emitting pillow that fights germs >>

* Can an algorithm write a better news story than a human reporter? >>
* Star Trek phaser fetches $274,300 >>

* Listening to the Big Bang — in high fidelity audio >>
* Will Vertical Turbines Make More of the Wind? >>
* As workload overwhelms, cars are set to intervene >>

* NASA plans to send humans to an asteroid by 2021 >>
* Microsoft wins, even if the PC loses >>
* Intelligent wardrobes open the door to elderly independence >>

* Undesirable trends in the labor force participation rate >>
* Two of the Big Four TV Networks Are Considering Going Off the Air >>
* Hillary’s Magic Number: Clinton Needs $100 Million to Fend off 2016 Rivals >>

* Healthy Chocolate? Researchers May Have Cracked the Code >>
* James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ Sequels To Feature Underwater Motion Capture >>
* Watch a Navy Laser Gun Blast a Drone Right Out of the Sky >>

* Fruit Juice Can Replace Fat in Chocolate, Chemists Say >>
* Rock and reply: The electric guitar that can send emails >>

* Startup touts ultrafast charging: What if smartphone could charge in 12 minutes? >>
* Brain gene hints at stomach cancer’s origin >>
* Ingredient for Life Common on Jupiter’s Icy Moon Europa >>

* New ‘transient electronics’ disappear when no longer needed >>
* On the origins of the Schrodinger equation >>
* Find and fix ‘bugs’ in surgical robots >>

* More Evidence That Mars Lost Its Atmosphere >>
* IBM makes next-gen transistors that could work like the human brain >>
* ‘Ideal’ Penis Size Depends on Guy’s Height >>

* Nanowires could boost energy in solar cells by 15x >>
* Google Uses Reputation To Detect Malicious Downloads >>
* Can we expect Samsung Galaxy Glass in the future? >>

* Microsoft Invents Controlling Multiple Displays with Eye Tracking >>
* Sony’s 4K UltraHD TVs plummet in price, but content still scarce >>
* Christie’s latest 4K projector sports 60 fps output, six-figure price tag (eyes-on) >>
* New Sources Say Microsoft’s Next Xbox Needs Internet To Live >>

* HP Launches Cellphone Chips on Server ‘Moonshot’ >>
* Blackmagic announces Production Camera 4K, $995 Pocket Cinema Camera with MFT mount (hands-on) >>
* Scientists Tout New Way To Debug Surgical Bots >>

* Xbox 720 could be unveiled on May 21st at dedicated event, $500 price rumored >>
* Is $100 Million Per Year Too Little For The Brain Map Initiative? >>
* 250M Domain Names Have Now Been Registered, Half .Com And .Net >>

* Software Changing The Future Of Retail: Trends To Watch >>
* The Robots App Is FREE During National Robotics Week >>
* Not Safe For YouTube: How Google Draws the Line Between Porn and Art >>

* New software identifies and stratifies risk posed by lung nodules >>
* Lens-Friendly Novo Action Cam Turns Your Extreme Stunts Into Cinematic Masterpieces >>
* Gene switch steers blood supply to the retina >>

* Rocket powered by nuclear fusion could send humans to Mars >>
* Dreamcatcher: scientists predict images seen in dreams >>
* Yes, Your Mind Can Control Your Body Temperature >>

* How Thatcher The Chemist Helped Make Thatcher The Politician >>
* Robots to the Rescue [Sponsored Post] >>
* Russian Heavy Flame Thrower Systems: As If Tanks Weren’t Badass Enough >>

* Computer scientists develop video game that teaches how to program in Java >>
* Newly discovered blood protein solves 60-year-old riddle >>
* A hijacking of healthy cellular circuits >>

* Margaret Thatcher’s Big Idea: Don’t Thumb Your Nose at Success >>
* Tin nanocrystals for the battery of the future >>
* Can You Cry In Space? | Video >>

* Everything you need to know about the five ice ages of Earth (including ours) >>
* Why Obama’s Brain-Mapping Project Matters >>
* Non-invasive brain-to-brain interface: links between two brains >>

* Now, brain scans can predict criminal behaviour once released from jail >>
* ‘Why didn’t they cut me off?’ Lonely man runs up £91,184 phone >>

* Is the Global Economy Slowly Falling Apart? >>
* Engineered T cells kill tumors but spare normal tissue in an animal model >>
* FF Ventures’ John Frankel Talks Wearables, Brain Waves, And The Future Of Immigration >>

* Take a Sonic Tour of the Brain >>
* VIDEO: 270 tube stations in one day >>
* 3D printed speakers give you a custom light show to go with your tunes (video) >>

* Liquid Robotics Launches New Powerful Data Collecting Ocean Robots >>
* MGH CTC-iChip Sets New Bar for Circulating Tumor Cell Detection >>
* New PCR Chip for Automatic Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms >>

* Neal Stephenson on the Tall Tower hieroglyph >>
* The Rapture of the Nerds [Paperback] >>
* Bigger Not Always Better for Penis Size [Video] >>

* Computer scientists develop video game that teaches how to program in Java >>
* Ep. 288: Phases of Matter >>
* Ep. 289: Cherenkov Radiation >>
* Ep. 290: Failed Stars >>

* Microsoft to build first innovation center in China, has software development in mind >>
* Innovating over the Horizon: How to Survive Disruption and Thrive >>
* Intraterrestrials: Mars Life May Hide Deep Below >>

* Where does a WhatsApp acquisition fit into Google’s new messaging plan? >>
* Google Might Be Planning Free Nationwide Wi-Fi Since The FCC Isn’t >>
* The Top 50 Navigation Innovations Of All Time >>

* Boeing Bills Its Huge Hydrogen-Powered Drone As A Massive Flying Cell Tower >>
* Rethinking the term ‘illegal’ immigrant: Because people can’t be illegal >>
* NASA’s next exoplanet hunter to launch in 2017 >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 April 2013 >>

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