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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 August 2013

* World’s fastest spinning man-made object; 600 million revolutions per minute >>
* First mini-lungs, mini-kidneys and mini-hearts and now mini-brains have been grown >>
* Robert Scoble on Singularity 1 on 1: Stop Resisting the Future! >>

* Scientists Reverse Age-Related Memory Loss in Mice >>
* Quantum Cryptography Could Make Your Phone Uncrackable Someday …>>
* Scientists Have Grown Tiny Human Brains in Test Tubes …>>

* A Flying Robot May Clean Your House In The Future >>
* Elon Musk shows innovation comes from outsiders with fresh viewpoints …>>
* New Zealand Parliament bans software patents with a 117-4 vote >>

* Smart Home Services To Reach $10.9 Billion in 2017 …>>
* Super-Fast Data Transmission Tech Hitches Ride On Moon Mission | Video >>
* Parallels App Aims To Let Your Fingers Do The Tapping On Remote Desktops >>

* Robot Rodeo puts robots bomb squads to the test >>
* Microsoft Xbox One will be powered by ginormous system-on chip >>
* The Open Frontier of the Internet of Things >>

* The Future Of NASA’s Lunar Electric Rover Is Actually Here On Earth >>
* An Endangered Animal Sperm Bank Will Let Us Bring Pandas to Space >>
* Physicists Test Quantum Cryptography For Handheld Mobile Devices >>

* First human brain-to-brain interface >>
* Whoa! Scientists Grow A Brain In A Dish >>
* Two Ways Neuroscience Will Impact the Law >>

* Moore’s law will hit an economic wall sometime in early 2020s >>
* 3D printed guns are for wimps. Meet NASA’s 3D printed ROCKET ENGINE >>
* How New Indoor Navigation Systems Will Protect Emergency Responders >>

* What Google’s Forgetting, Nobody Knows Anything >>
* Researchers Grow 3-D Human Brain Tissues >>
* Launch Photos: Huge Delta 4-Heavy Rocket Soars with Secret NROL-65 Satellite >>

* Researchers aim to use light — not electric jolts — to restore healthy heartbeats >>
* Google+ now says when photos get the Auto Awesome treatment >>
* New Software Can Mimic Eye Contact For Video Calls >>

* 3-D mapping in real time, without the drift >>
* Next Gen Movers: 10 Rising Stars At The World’s Most Innovative Companies >>
* 6 Emerging Trends In Silicon Valley Entrepreneurship >>

*’Brain-to-brain interface’ allows researcher to control colleague’s hand over internet >>
* Molecular motors for nanotechnology: Much less power than expected? >>
* The OLED display revolution is coming >>

* Smartphone device can test for kidney damage >>
* Measles-Like Virus May Be Killing Dolphins >>
* More Americans Living Alone Than Ever Before, US Census Bureau Says >>

* ‘Twerk’ Is Now A Word In Oxford Dictionary Thanks To Miley Cyrus >>
* Google+ Is Regaining Momentum, Proving Its Many Skeptics Wrong >>
* The Future And You–August 28, 2013 >>

* *The Second Machine Age* >>
* Tech Universe: Thursday 29 August >>

* Uji shower head gradually turns from green to red as users linger in the shower. >>
* 3D Printing For Everyone: MakerBot Releases The Digitizer >>
* Futuristic Concept Cleans Your House With Robot Flies >>

* Stem Cells Mimic Human Brain >>
* Leaders Are Born, Not Made, Fish Study Finds >>
* Next generation of TV starting to look clear >>

* Isaac Asimov’s 1964 Predictions About 2014 Are Frighteningly Accurate >>
* Inside the World’s Most Dangerous Amusement Park >>
* Which Countries Snoop on Facebook Users the Most? >>

* WAIT, WHAT’S THAT? THE SCIENCE BEHIND WHY YOUR MIND KEEPS WANDERING >>
* The decline of serial killers and rise of the sharing economy >>
* The antimatter factory: inside the project that could power fusion and annihilation lasers >>

* Self-driving cars and ocean colonies: revisit Isaac Asimov’s vision of 2014 >>
* Scientists confirm existence of new, super-heavy element ‘ununpentium’ >>
* Google’s Hangouts to Go High-Def >>

* This Flying Car Could Soon Be Yours for $279,000 >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 August 2013 >>

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