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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 January 2014

* Super-sensitive Camera Captures a Direct Image of an Exoplanet >>
* Twitter co-founder launches social search engine Jelly >>
* Sony announces PlayStation Now, cloud gaming service for TVs, consoles, phones >>

* Smart bed; a bed that tracks your sleep patterns and lets you talk to it >>
* Smartphone app that parks your car >>
* Wolfram’s Connected Devices starts to catalog all electronics for Internet of Things >>

* Open source DIY electric car can be built in less than an hour >>
* New bullet expands itself into four connected parts to kill better >>
* Ultra-flexible chip can be wrapped around a hair: >>

* Audi’s Shows Off the Brains of Its Future Self-Driving Cars >>
* Robot Mop Can Do It Better? >>
* Razer’s Smart Band Hides Notifications From Prying Eyes >>

* Here Comes the World’s First Connected Tennis Racquet >>
* This Wearable Gadget Zaps You to Stand Taller >>
* TEN wildest crime-fighting techniques of the future >>

* 3D print yourself in chocolate and full-color sugar candy with the ChefJet Pro >>
* Smart Grill: Whip Me Up a Medium-Rare Filet Mignon >>
* The CubeJet promises pro-level 3D printing in a consumer form factor for under $5,000 >>

* We Do Not Need Flying Delivery Drones, Just Smarter Ground Robots >>
* A closer look at Intel’s smart earbuds, which match songs to your heart rate >>
* TVs That Bend, Stretch Clear Signs Of A Desperate Industry >>

* New algorithm can dramatically streamline solutions to the ‘max flow’ problem >>
* Watch Live: NASA Scientists Discuss Paving the Way for Humans to Mars >>
* Smart Real Wheel with battery, $590 to make any bike into pedal assist electric bike >>

* Battery case for phones packs solar power >>
* How To Track Vehicles Using Speed Data Alone >>
* Intel intros wearable devices and projects at CES >>

* Megapixel glasses display onto a contact lens, full resolution display, full field of view >>
* Why the Real World Will Matter More in 2014 >>

* The Woman Who Could Write, But Couldn’t Read >>
* CES 2014: Intel Shows Off Its Depth-Detecting Camera >>
* The Voice-Activated House of Locks, Patterns, and Networks >>

* Sony’s Dreamy Life Space UX Projector Beams a 4K Display from Up Close >>
* Life Space UX: Sony unveils its wild idea for the future of interfaces >>
* Grocery stores push coupons to iPhones with iBeacons >>

* CES 2014: Controlling home devices with smartphones >>
* Golden Spike moon mission company will be making robotic lunar rovers >>
* Golden Spike estimates repeat Apollo mission $6.4 billion make repeated trips for $1.5 billion >>

* Conjoined Baby Gray Whales Were Discovered In Mexico >>
* One Of Twitter’s Co-Founders Launched A Mobile Search Engine Today >>
* Here’s What Happens If You Commit A Crime In Outer Space >>

* Timeline of the far future >>
* CES tech show opens in Las Vegas >>
* Gene therapy turns several leukemia patients cancer free, will it work for other cancers? >>

* Myris Makes A Personal Iris Scanner You’ll Actually Want [Video] >>
* The Most Common Exoplanets Might be “Mini-Neptunes” >>
* Fast-Spinning Star Tests Einstein’s General Relativity Theory >>

* Oculus Rift’s latest features positional tracking, OLED screen, kills motion blur (hands-on) >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 January 2014 (2nd Edition CES overload)

* MakerBot Unleashes Giant 3D Printer That Prints 10 Items at Once >>
* Solar-powered cooler could keep contents cold indefinitely: >>
* World’s First Commercially Available Self-Driving Car Launches >>
* Samsung has a bendable TV that can go from curved to flat at push of button >>

* Intel has debuted its own prototype Smart Watch >>
* Intel announces Edison, a computer the size of an SD card >>
* Intel; Smart headphones. Smart headset. Smart bowl. Smart watch. >>

* Intel unveils Jarvis, a smart headset >>
* Intel partners with Barney’s and other fashion leaders on smart wristwear >>
* Intel confirms Dual OS computers that switch between Windows and Android >>
* Intel is scanning, manipulating, and printing a tiny doll live on stage during its keynote. >>

* 3D Augmented-Reality Makeup Mirror Could Transform Beauty Shopping >>
* This Is What The Year Your Life Changes Looks Like >>
* Ozobot lets you play iPad games with an “intelligent” robot >>

* RealSense: How Intel Will Turn the Whole World Into a Hologram >>
* Mock Mars Mission: Complete Coverage of Crew 133 at the Mars Desert Research Station >>

* SpaceX launches Thai satellite into orbit and is the second successful commercial launch in about 35 days >>
* U.S. May Soon Require Cars Be Able To Talk To Each Other >>
* Growing not just human organs but organs from your own skin cells inside pigs in Japan for the ultimate solution to organ replacement >>

* Water Vapor Will Be the Only Emission From Toyota’s New Fuel Cell Car >>
* RealSense: How Intel Will Turn the Whole World Into a Holodeck >>

* LG reveals massive plans for webOS TV platform >>
* Long Now Seminar Videos for Everyone >>
* Epson Debuts Smart Glasses For Enterprise And Sports Stadium Fun >>

* Epson Announces Line Of Wrist Health Trackers With Exercise Heart Rate Monitoring >>
* MakerBot unveils the Replicator Mini and Z-18, its biggest and smallest 3D printers yet >>
* Topic 473: Bruce Sterling and Jon Lebkowsky: State of the World 2014 >>

* CES 2014: GM and AT&T Blur Line Between Car and Smartphone >>
* Sony Debuts 4K Camcorder That Costs Just $2,000 >>
* Sony’s New Action Camera Is 5 Cams in One >>

* Sony Jumps Into Fitness Trackers With SmartBand >>
* Sony Doubles Down On Wearable Tech With The Life-Tracking ‘Core’ >>
* Hop On This Robot: It will Shuttle You Around Town >>

* Toshiba cares not for 4K, has an ultra-wide 5K TV ready for CES >>
* Rebuilds Scooba Robot Mop With 3x the Power >>
* Watch Michael Bay melt down onstage at CES >>

“The average Dreamworks movie today consists of over a half a billion files.”

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