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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 December 2013

* First human artificial heart transplant performed in France >>
* Technology in 2014: What to Expect >>
* Japanese Team Dominates Competition to Create Rescue Robots >>

* Americans spent $5B upgrading iPhones in 2013 >>
* Gene involved in response to cocaine identified >>
* SAMSUNG: You’ll Get The Girl If You Buy Our New Smart Watch >>

* Keck Medicine physicians become first to implant epilepsy-controlling device >>
* #9: 5 ways Augmented Reality will make us Transhuman >>
* Homes on Mars? 3D Printing Could Make That Possible, Says NASA [VIDEO] >>

* Handheld Device TellSpec Can Detect Allergens, Chemicals, and Nutrients In Food >>
* UK may build 75 Gigawatts of nuclear power by 2050 >>
* Virgin Galactic may double the number of people who have been to space to over 1100 by 2016 and Branson wants to get to 45 minute trips from USA to UK >>

* New digital modulation enables more spectrum, 4 times the distance and half the power for the next boost in wireless communication >>
* Google’s Robot Recruits Dominate DARPA’s Rescue Challenge >>
* Speedy Spacewalkers Ahead Of Pace As Next Repair Moved To Tuesday >>

* Birth of black hole kills the radio star, astronomers say >>
* Japanese robot crushes competition in robot olympics >>
* California police use of body cameras cuts violence and complaints >>

* Dogs Recognize Familiar Faces from Images >>
* Tomorrow’s robots drive, climb, and drill through walls at DARPA trials >>
* From the edge of the solar wind to ancient human DNA, science made big strides in 2013. >>

* Australian and US scientists reverse ageing in mice, humans could be next >>
* A Car Monitor That Also Talks to Facebook >>
* A Virtual Alternative to the Hot Pursuit >>

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