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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 November 2013

November 6, 2013 Leave a comment

* Forget a steering wheel – new Toyota inspired by horses >>
* Black holes found in globular star clusters, upsetting 40 years of theory >>

* Brain-machine interface lets monkey control two robotic arms >>
* Toyota unveils FV2 3-wheeled color-changing concept car ahead of Tokyo Motor Show >>
* Smartphone-Based Imaging System Spots Nanoscale Objects >>

* Nearby meteors more common than scientists thought? >>
* Automatically sync multiple videos to an audio source in real time >>

* Google Is Testing A Program That Tracks You Everywhere You Go >>
* Woojer Wearable Audio Device May Change How You Experience Music, Film, Video >>
* Google Planning to do Teleportation >>

* Tiny 3D-Printed Liver Slices Pave Way for Growing Organs >>
* These are the jobs that robots will never steal from us >>
* How Facebook Handles 300 Petabytes Of Daily Data >>

* The Smartest Fitness Tracker Just Got Smarter >>
* The World’s Thinnest 2TB Hard Drive Is a Mere 9.5mm Thick >>
* Findings may lead to tissue cryopreservation methods for grafts and organ transplantations >>

* McDonalds ponders in-store 3D printing for Happy Meal toys >>
* Georgia Tech develops inkjet-based circuits at fraction of time and cost >>
* Some People Are Complaining About The Fingerprint Sensor On The iPhone 5S >>

* Smart water meters stop money going down the drain >>
* Making Light Of Heavy Storage >>
* Digg Video curation takes on the viral competition >>

* Telescope finds new ‘hunting ground’ for black holes >>
* Stunning New Details From The Largest Asteroid Impact In A Century >>
* Everything You Think You Know About Thomas Edison Might Be Wrong >>

* Jetman Yves Rossy completes Mount Fuji flight >>
* The Next Big Thing In Tech Is Wearable Computing, And Experts Tell You Why >>
* Scientists Discover A New Human Body Part >>

* Here’s How Rich You’d Be If You Had Invested $1,000 On The Day Of These Tech IPOs >>
* Bitcoin Is Going On An Astronomical Tear >>
* DATING FOR BAYESIANS: How To Use Statistics To Improve Your Love Life >>

* Science Addresses The Problem Of Pee Splashback >>
* With Help From Bubbles, Tiny Motors Neutralize Chemical Weapons >>
* Terrifying Drone Company Isn’t Dead—It’s Getting $7 Million >>

* Rare New Microbe Found in Two Distant Clean Rooms >>
* Hydrogel implants could be a fiber optic network for your body >>
* Mobile Is Eating the World and 4 Other Intriguing Things >>

* Here’s Why Bitcoin Is Back From The Dead And Surging To All-Time Highs >>
* How the Brain Gets Addicted to Gambling >>
* The Coming Chinese Assault on the 3D Printer Market >>

* Report from 3D Hubs Throws Up Interesting Glimpse into the 3D Printing Industry >>
* China discovers that pollution makes it really hard to spy on people >>
* Surviving the post-employment economy; author in new economy, it’s people, not skills or majors, that have lost value >>

* Fear Needles? New Hebrew University Invention May Make That A Thing Of The Past >>
* Can AI robot pass Todai entrance examination? >>
* Want a support contract for GlassFish 4.0? Tough luck, says Oracle it’s now WebLogic or nothing >>

* The iPad Air 2 and what Apple needs to deliver >>
* iPad Air only costs $274 to build >>
* Sysadmins: How do YOU protect your networks against friendly fire >>

* Is Google autocomplete evil? >>
* Kickstarter game controller gives you a grip on virtual reality >>

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