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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 January 2014

* CES 2014: What to expect from Las Vegas’s giant tech show >>
* Killer Apps That Will Make ‘Internet Of Things’ Indispensable In Everyday Life >>
* Gillmor Gang: Competitive Blocking >>

* Pebble to Announce ‘Something Special’ at CES 2014 >>
* Credit Card-Sized Chip Diagnoses HIV and Provides T Cell Counts on the Spot >>
* Vital protein to stop tumour growth identified >>

* This activity tracker lives in your shoe’s insole >>
* Corning is now ready to make 3D Gorilla Glass for wearable devices >>
* ‘Internet of Things’ to take CES center stage >>

* Top 10 Tech This Week: Food Printers and Eye-Controlled Gaming >>
* Researchers turn to Twitter in the search for time travelers >>
* 2014 predictions, previewing CES and next-gen sex toys >>

* This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: CES! CES? CES! >>
* Reverse Engineering a Bank’s Security Token >>
* Motorola Skin Tattoo Patent Contains Bizarre Big Brother Twist >>

* The Full NY Times writeup of Isaac Asimov’s predictions for 2014 >>
* Computer algorithm developed by TAU researchers identifies genes that could be transformed to stop or slow the aging process >>
* Neurotheology: The Experience of Getting Outside of Your Brain >>

* China’s coal mining deaths down to 1049 and everyday energy slaughter. But hey we are not using nuclear >>
* World’s First Bionic, M ind-Controlled Leg Allows Amputee to Go for a Walk >>
* Kinsa Health Gains FDA Approval for Smartphone Connected Thermometer >>

* German scientists develop artificial bone marrow >>
* 2014 Could Be the Year of China >>
* CES: 10 Things to Look Forward to at the Vegas Gadget Show >>

* Dogs can sense Earth’s magnetic field, scientists find >>
* Historic freeze could break Midwest temperature records >>
* Viewpoint: Why Brain Death Isn’t An On-Off Switch >>

* These are the science stories to watch for in 2014 >>
* Technology predictions for 2014: smarter cities, bigger games >>
* Ray Kurzweil Interview – Kurzweil explains the expansion of our neocortex into the cloud >>

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