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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 January 2014

* Wearable Book Creates Sensory Reading Experience >>
* Genetically modified monkeys created with cut-and-paste DNA >>
* Physicists create synthetic magnetic monopole predicted more than 80 years ago >>

* One-Way Sound – Scientists Make Audio Diode >>
* Google Keeps Motorola’s Advanced Technology Group, Home Modular Phone And Password Tattoo >>
* Google isn’t the only company working on artificial intelligence. It’s just the richest >>

* Stem cell researcher Dr Haruko Obokata on ‘breakthrough’ >>
* New Twitter Tool Finds Hot Topics Before They Trend >>
* No Matter How You Slice It, Google Lost On Motorola >>

* 3D Printers Could be Banned by 2016 for Bioprinting Human Organs >>
* West African Inventor Makes a $100 3D Printer From E-Waste >>
* Gamers outshine computers in crowdsourced RNA modeling >>

* Facebook unveils Paper app >>
* Wireless Mergers Will Draw Scrutiny, Antitrust Chief Says >>
* Johnson & Johnson Will Share Clinical Trial Data >>

* How to Make a Better Invisibility Cloak—With Lasers >>
* Conquer the User Engagement Crisis >>
* How to Pack a Telescope (for a Trip to Space) >>

* Nasa to launch robotic missions to make water on Moon and oxygen on Mars >>
* Study finds that obesity takes hold early in life >>
* Why 259,969 people taking same class at same time might just be future of education >>

* Data Mining Reveals The Surprising Behaviour Of Dating Website Users >>
* Techno File Google’s robotic ventures could make our sci-fi dreams reality >>
* Geopolitical risks for 2014 >>

* Scientists Make Hair-Growing Cells From Ordinary Skin Cells >>
* ICRA 2014 Workshop: General Intelligence for Humanoid Robots >>
* Natural plant compound prevents Alzheimer’s disease in mice >>

* Stress turns ordinary cells pluripotent >>
* Beyond The Boom >>
* IBM’s Graphene Circuit: A Genius Reminder of How Far Graphene Has to Go >>

* brain area unique to humans; linked to strategic planning/decision making/multitasking >>
* It’s Complicated-The Social Lives of Networked Teen by danah boyd >>

* Google buys artificial intelligence startup DeepMind for $400 million? >>
* Android App Warns When You’re Being Watched >>
* 1st Cloud Map Created for 3rd Closest Star System to Earth >>

* Tiny Copper and Carbon Nanotube Wires Increase Current Flow 100 Fold >>
* Behold the First-Ever Weather Map of a Brown Dwarf >>
* Who will talk at TED2014? The speaker lineup, revealed! >>

* This Genius App Would Turn Your Smartphone Pics Into Prints, For Free >>
* Lockheed takes a major step toward bringing lasers to the battlefield >>
* HIV/AIDS Discovery Shows How Wrong Assumptions Can Be >>

* Watch 60 Years Of Climate Change In 15 Seconds >>
* Rudimentary Computer Built From Nanowires >>
* Profile: Aereo’s Chet Kanojia Is Bringing Live TV to the Cloud >>

* 30 Minutes Inside Valve’s Prototype Virtual Reality Headset >>
* The Parce Idea Is A Smart Wall Plug That Can Control Your Appliances From Afar >>
* 7 Takeaways From Google’s Sale Of Motorola To Lenovo >>

* The Future Of Pebble Smartwatches: Interview With CEO Eric Migicovsky >>
* Google Street View Says Japan Is Top Virtual Tourism Spot in Asia >>
* Dell finally ships Android-based PC on a stick >>

* NTT DoCoMo reveals smart clothing, fitness band in healthcare push >>
* Cell cycle speed is key to making aging cells young again >>
* Antibiotic ‘smart bomb’ can target specific strains of bacteria >>

* H1N-What? Wading Through the Alphabet Soup of Flu Names >>
* What Are Magnesium Supplements? >>
* Tablet speeds revealed: Samsung Galaxy Note ‘fastest on the market’ – beating the iPad Air and Mini >>

* Nano-devices direct fast and efficient ‘spin waves’ >>
* The washing machine WITHOUT water: System uses tiny plastic beads to clean clothes >>

* NASA maps Earth’s croplands from space >>
* Scientist developing 3-D chips to expand capacity of microprocessors >>
* Scientists discover that thyroid cancer cells become less aggressive in outer space >>

* VIDEO: Praise for stem cell ‘breakthrough’ >>
* Facebook Rethinks Mobile With New Paper App >>
* Google making run at Apple as most valuable tech firm >>

* Mark Zuckerberg Has Made $31 Billion In The Last 10 Years >>
* Google’s AI Acquisition Blurs Lines Between Futuristic Visions and Business-as-Usual >>
* TransVisions 2014 >>

* Finding the locations of water on the moon in 2018 >>
* Human skin cells help regrow hair in mice >>

* 3D Printed Custom Insoles Made From a Ten Second Video Of Your Foot >>
* Facebook Is Putting The Data People Don’t Look At Often On 10,000 Blu-Ray Discs >>
* Bits Blog: Fitness Trackers: Lifeline or Flatline? >>

* Faster X-ray technology paves the way for better catalysts >>
* Japan Is Using Drones To Chart Radiation Levels Above Fukushima >>

* 10 years from now it’s Google’s world: we’ll just be living in it >>
* Ricoh Theta camera update brings spherical image uploading to Google Maps and Plus >>
* Nintendo seeks recovery with mysterious ‘non-wearable’ health product >>

* FAA puts microbrewery’s drone beer delivery project on ice >>
* Google lets you build with Lego on your desktop >>
* With Paper, Facebook just blew its own iPhone app out of the water >>

* Vestas says record powerful wind turbine in operation >>
* To Find Friends, Start at iPhone, Turn Left at Glass >>
* New study reveals how the brain recognizes speech sounds (w/ video) >>

* Do You Have a Right to Your Personal Data? >>
* Asteroid Belt May Be Just One Big Melting Pot Of Space Rocks >>
* 3-D Printing Cells For Drug Testing Could Keep Animals Out Of Harm’s Way >>

* Russian Space Agency Plans World’s Biggest Rocket >>
* What Will it Mean When Wearable Tech Can Continually Adapt to Our Needs? >>

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