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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 December 2013

* LG will be showing off a 105-inch curved Ultra HD television at CES >>
* Virtual smartphone app, lets you “use” your smartphone even if battery is dead or you leave device at home >>
* 5 Japanese Companies to Show Robots at CES >>

* VIDEO: A billion pixels for a billion stars >>
* DNA clamp to grab cancer before it develops >>
* A Mind-Reading Dog Translator That Just Might Work >>

* Google’s Location History Browser Is A Minute-By-Minute Map Of Your Life >>
* Volcano Lightning Strikes — in the Lab >>
* Beautiful Supercomputer Visualization Of Global Weather Conditions Updated Every 3 Hours >>

* 3D-printed eye cells could “cure blindness” >>
* Microsoft’s ‘father of Kinect’ is making Windows wearable >>
* Millionaire hobbyist says paleobiologists made ‘serious errors’ on dinosaur lifespan >>

* Netflix teases 4K streaming straight to UHD TVs, expect details at CES next month >>
* Wearable tech at CES 2014: Expect the unexpected >>
* High Blood Pressure Drug ‘Nilvadipine’ May Cure Alzheimer’s >>

* MIT’s Bionic Eye – A Moonshot Project >>
* Minimally invasive Medical Technology – For the betterment of the Human condition >>
* Alzheimer’s-Causing Protein Could Be Nanomaterial of the Future >>

* Inside the secret robot lab that’s shaking up science >>
* Why Wearable Tech Will Be as Big as the Smartphone >>
* Is the Solar System Really a Vortex? >>

* Microprinting low-cost artificial cells >>
* Music brings memories back to the injured brain >>
* January 2014: The Rise Of The Insect Drones >>

* World’s First Photonic Integrated Circuit For Manipulating Atoms >>
* Robotic hand changer enabling high-precision docking through dual surface resting >>
* Intel Robot Puts Touch Screens through Their Paces >>

* Hack Your E-ZPass So It Alerts You Whenever It’s Scanned >>
* Leaky Spacesuit Ready For Christmas Spacewalk Blitz On Station, NASA Says >>
* 1-Femtojoule Optical Interconnect Paves the Way for Low-Power, High Performance Chips for exaflop and zettaflop supercomputers >>

* DARPA Robotics Challenge: 8 Tricky Tasks >>
* ‘Robot Olympics’: 17 Cyborg Athletes to Vie for Glory in DARPA Challenge >>
* Liftoff! European Spacecraft Launches to Map 1 Billion Stars >>

* Why Successful People Have So Many Groups Of Friends >>
* One-Armed UBR-1 Points the Way To Cheaper Robots >>
* DARPA Robotics Challenge Trials: What You Should (and Shouldn’t) Expect to See >>

* Amazon And Drones — Here Is Why It Will Work >>
* My One Big Fat Cloud Computing Prediction for 2014 >>
* Google Glass Unveils Winkfeed RSS and Weather Alert Apps >>

* Google’s Location History Browser Is A Minute-By-Minute Map Of Your Life >>
* The Age of Surprise: Predicting The Future Of Technology >>
* Netflix is bringing 4K streaming to TVs with H.265 and House of Cards >>

* Indian scientists discover insulin pills for diabetics >>
* Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ‘I’ll Be Back’ Named Best Catchphrase >>
* “The Matrix” : A True Story! It’s all just a Hologram [VIDEOS] >>

* Samsung Could Have A Giant-Screen Tablet Show Up Next Month >>
* Robotic grasp: Robot picks up castors as fast as blueberries >>
* The Year in the Future – Dec 19,2013 >>

* Researchers find a cause of aging that can be reversed >>
* Stanford and Google team up to simulate key drug receptor >>
* Mystery early human revealed by DNA data >>

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