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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 July 2013

* Technology transfers adverts from train windows directly, silently into commuters heads >>
* How Health Trackers Could Reduce Sexual Infidelity >>

* Future of Construction Process: 3D Concrete Printing >>
* Foldable washing machine can be carried around >>

* UK group to search for alien signals >>
* White dwarf star throws light on constant of Nature >>
* 10 mindblowingly futuristic technologies that will appear by the 2030s >>

* First Organ Grown From Stem Cells Alone >>
* A Step Closer to Artificial Liver >>

* Tech Companies Looking Into Sarcasm Detection >>
* Mars Rover Opportunity Hits Driving Milestone on 10th Birthday >>
* Weird Quantum Tunneling Enables ‘Impossible’ Space Chemistry >>

* Space Traffic May Be Creating More Clouds >>
* Your Next Smartphone Screen Will Be Able To Disinfect Itself >>
* Apple seeking ‘next big direction’: co-founder >>

* Google Glass Updates: A New App Store, Media Player And Lock Screen >>
* Our Prison System Is Our De Facto Mental Health Care System >>
* 3D printable Drone It Yourself kit turns mundane objects into flying machines (video) >>

* ‘Avalanche’ Risk Higher Than Thought For Asteroid Landings: Study >>
* Watching your cats and dogs by remote control >>
* BBC abandons 3D TV >>

* Honda’s robot confused and repetitive >>
* Blood cell sounds reveal shape >>
* Robots inspect cables >>

* Bicyclean, a thesis project that helps recycle e-waste in developing nations >>
* We’ll All Be Able To Watch Hi-Def TV In Planes By 2020 >>
* FINALLY! There’s Now 4G Mobile Coverage On Summit Of Mount Everest >>

* Get Ready For ‘An Army Of New Products This Fall’ From Apple, Says An Apple Source >>
* PBS: The Singularity >>
* Transhumanism >>

* Two excellent new books on the history of technology >>
* Video: The origin of galactic magnetic fields, Oliver Gressel >>
* A nanotech fix for nicotine dependence >>

* Closer-to-Real 3D Cell Culture Advances >>
* Is Cryptography Engineering or Science? >>
* On Pruning Moldy Ideas: Knowing When to Say No >>

* When Everything Happens Now >>
* 7 Shifts In The Age Of Opportunity: Mechanical To Organic >>
* Dell eyes wearable computing move as PC business keeps slumping >>

* A Step Closer to Artificial Liver >>
* People suffering from sleep deprivation ‘are more likely to cheat on their partners’ >>
* Why NASA Just Spent $125,000 To Fund a 3-D Pizza Printer Prototype >>

* How to survive without air. Or, David Blaine: visualized! >>
* Energy from your feet: When sidewalks and dance floors become energy sources >>
* What The X-47B Reveals About The Future Of Autonomous Flight >>

* Robot Rodeo, Y’all! >>
* Radically Better Smarphones May Be Possible Using System Inspired by Bird Migration >>
* Live Fast, Die Young: Long-Lived Mice Are Less Active, Biologists Find >>

* Cosmic Radio Bursts Point to Cataclysmic Origins >>
* If Apple Can Sell Through Apple Stores Why Can’t Tesla Sell Through Tesla Stores? >>
* When Will ‘The World’s Dumbest Idea’ Die? >>

* Biologists Program E. Coli To Patrol For Pathogens >>
* Through the Wormhole S4 – Can Our Minds Be Hacked? >>
* It’s Okay To Be Smart – What Is Wind? Wind… >>
* Human gestures perplex robot guide >>

* We Don’t Need an Evolutionary Explanation for Everything >>
* Meet Consano, The Crowdfunding Platform That Wants To Help Cure Cancer [TCTV] >>
* How to Perform a Head Transplant >>

* How the brain creates the ‘buzz’ that helps ideas spread >>
* The Rise of the Micro-Celebrity >>
* Aviate Reveals A Smartphone Interface That Adapts To You & Your Surroundings >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 July 2013 >>
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