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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 March 2014

* New Gesture-Recognition Tech Lets You Control Your Phone in Your Pocket >>
* Nissan’s Smart Rearview Mirror Isn’t Blinded By Passengers or Cargo >>
* What if We’ve Completely Misunderstood Our Place in the Universe? >>

* Mars 2021 Human Fly-by – Public or Private $$? Congress Questions | Video >>
* World’s longest aircraft is unveiled in UK >>
* Eye Tribe shows off working eye-tracking on a mobile phone >>
* Computers in the car: court decision on iPhone maps adds to confusion over what drivers can do >>

* Moov Fitness Tracker Passes Its $40K Crowdfunding Goal In 90 Minutes >>
* Israel Is Putting Frickin’ Lasers on Its Commercial Airliners >>
* This coming Saturday March 1 is Future Day. >>

* App-Connected Hypercar Is a 280 MPH Smartphone Accessory >>
* The Bitcoining of the $5 trillion Foreign Exchange Market >>
* Ultra-thin capacitors could acclerate development of next-gen electronics >>

* Selective nanopores in graphene dramatically improve desalination and purification >>
* Can space elevators really work? >>
* Worldwide Future Day kicks off at noon March 1 in New Zealand >>

* With the ‘Bionanoprobe,’ rapid freezing leads to better nanoscale imaging of cells >>
* An Activity Tracker for Seniors >>
* A New Push to Solve Wireless Charging >>

* Inspiration Mars: Private Mars Voyage in 2021 (Gallery) >>
* ‘Astroskin,’ an Astronaut Smart Shirt, Gets Icy Test in Antarctica (Video) >>
* First Orphan Black season 2 trailer has more clone-on-clone violence >>
* See a Color Humans Can’t See >>

* Tesla’s $5 Billion Battery Factory: Spending Big to Save Big >>
* Robots whirr into elderly care >>

* Flyby Messenger First Consumer App To Use Image Recognition Tech From Google’s “Project Tango” >>
* First Outdoor Flocks of Autonomous Flying Robots >>
* Meet the Robots of Fukushima Daiichi >>

* Dismantling Fukushima: The World’s Toughest Demolition Project >>
* Google Barge bids farewell to San Francisco, to make Stockton its new California home >>
* Google Adds Hands-Free Voice Search to Chrome Beta >>

* Ultra-fast laser spectroscopy lights way to understanding new materials >>
* Girls may be more resilient to autism-linked mutations >>
* Hydrogen Fuel Cells Might Clean Up Ports >>

* Play Fruit Ninja with your EYES: £59 device lets you control apps and videos simply by gazing at the screen >>
* World’s longest aircraft revealed: 300ft-long ‘airship’ is unveiled ‘game changer’ >>

* Battery-free technology brings gesture recognition to all devices >>
* Can a Computer Fall in Love if It Doesn’t Have a Body? >>
* VIDEO: Will we still use mobiles in 20 years? >>

* Google Glass: Freaky, geeky tech toy aims to save lives >>
* The Future Gone Bad, Part 3: Missed Opportunities – Mar 01,2014 >>
* Computer game characters become more human-like by gossiping and lying >>

* The proliferation of (illegal?) drone flights >>
* Viruses in 700-year-old human feces have antibiotic resistance genes >>
* Could Google Glass be used to predict disease outbreaks? >>

* The internet is now the air we breathe >>
* Apple’s iBeacon signals turning point for mobile engagement >>

* This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: All MWC Everything >>
* The future of news, part II >>
* Who Killed the Romantic Comedy? >>

* The Origins of Cool Tools: Kevin Kelly in Conversation with Stewart Brand >>
* Robert Scoble; get ready, this device is coming within months for $299. >>

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