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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 June 2013

* World’s First 3-D Printed Battery Is The Size Of A Grain Of Sand >>
* Robots Hallucinate Humans to Aid in Object Recognition >>
* Learn to shake your new tail as a virtual animal >>

* Single-atom light switch could probe quantum frontier >>
* A Monocle That Summons Airstrikes With The Push Of A Button >>
* The Future Of Cell Reprogramming: Some Experts Weigh In >>

* Better Home Networking: Running a broadband modem and router all day uses a surprising amount of energy >>
* Swiss Rocket Plane May Launch People on Private Science Trips >>
* Overlapping beams will enable 1000 terabyte DVDs >>

* The Brain: Now in Ultra High-Res 3D >>
* This pathetic GIF could be the first message aliens receive from us >>
* Wormhole entanglement solves black hole paradox >>

* VIDEO: Boy hears for first time after implant >>
* What a new jumbo particle reveals about extreme matter >>
* “BigBrain” Project Makes Terabyte Map of a Human Brain >>

* LIDAR reveals ancient city remnants beneath Cambodian jungle >>
* Control Your Phone Using Your Voice with Tasker and AutoVoice >>
* How To Lead A Flat Army >>

* Here’s Why The TV Apps Economy Will Be A $14 Billion Business >>
* The New Digital Battlefield >>
* Looking To The Cloud For Data Security >>

* Samsung Unveils Galaxy NX, an Android-Powered Mirrorless Camera >>
* Samsung announces ATIV Q: a Windows / Android hybrid with a 3,200 x 1,800 display >>
* Samsung intros ATIV Book 9 Plus flagship Ultrabook, ATIV Book 9 Lite >>

* Arkyd Telescope Reaches $1M Goal, But Still Looking For Planet-Hunting Funds >>
* With Russian help, Europe prepares to search for life on Mars >>
* Why 3D-Printed Houses Matter >>

* 3-D Transistors With Different Fin Heights Make Better Memory Cells >>
* Inside Singularity University: Bloomberg Profiles SU On Brink TV Show >>
* Demographers Discover The Fundamental Law Governing the Growth of Cities >>

* Let’s Hope All Bots Are as Gentle as This Tofu Handling Robot >>
* The STEHM Microscope: Finally, Nanoscientists Can See What They’re Doing >>
* Edge-on NGC 3628 >>

* Volvo’s Awesome New Autonomous Self-Parking Car Is Pure Magic >>
* FYI: Could A 3-D Movie Improve Your Vision? >>

* First Gigahertz Graphene Circuit >>
* Dwave 2048 qubit chip in 2014 for running Google image classifier, Lockheed Martin bug free software proving algorithm >>

* Adam Crowl provides his review of the starship conference and talks about vision >>
* John Cramer discusses wormhole travel >>
* AGI researcher Ben Goertzel seeks $300,000 to build an intelligent robot >>

* Carbon nanotube electrode senses individual neuron signals >>
* Diversifying your online world >>
* The link between circadian rhythms and aging >>

* Pinholes And Plastic Wrap Send Sound Through Walls >>
* Tabletop particle accelerator opens new chapter for science >>
* Newly Magnetic Graphene Could Shrink Transistors >>

* Forrester: Google Glass will be the next iPhone (but now it’s just a Newton) >>
* Coming Soon: More Buildings With Auto-Tinting Windows >>

* Robots Ride To The Rescue In DARPA’s Virtual Robotics Challenge >>
* Brain training app brings big data to human cognition >>
* Are Snakes Smart Enough to Open Doors? >>

* Networked cars make traffic safer and more efficient >>
* 5 Crazy Technologies That Are Revolutionizing Biotech >>

* Space Selfies Are Go! Groundbreaking Orbital Camera Gets Funding >>
* The Future of Work in an Automation Economy >>
* Einstein [History Channel] >>

* Cloud’s False Flexibility >>
* A Few Reports From the Global Future 2045 Conference >>
* The Future Of Humanity Is In Space, Not On Earth >>

* ARKYD space telescope reaches its funding goal, new add-ons await (video) >>
* Mind uploading and digital immortality may be reality by 2045, futurists say >>
* Multigigabit per second wireless broadband by 2020 with beam forming 5G technology from multiple antennas >>

* This is what the world will look like in 2045 >>
* The United States Has Forgotten how to make bridge quality steel >>
* Extreme Life Extension through Exposure to Information >>
* Dr. James Martin — A crunch is coming >>

* Skype Had A Secret Program Called ‘Project Chess’ To Help Intelligence Agencies Access Internet Calls >>
* Digg Knew Google Reader Was Doomed Before The News Went Public >>
* New Horizons Spacecraft ‘Stays the Course’ for Pluto System Encounter >>

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