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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 March 2014

* Volcanoes helped species survive ice ages, research says >>
* Smart pedestrian crossings could make big brother work for you >>
* Intel Rolling Out 800Gbps Cables This Year >>

* Fujitsu demonstrates optical components for 100G metro network >>
* Scientists unlock potential heart attack drug without side effects >>
* TED2014 newsmakers: Ray Kurzweil year computers will surpass humans, Bill/Melinda Gates seek better condom design, more >>

* Flight 370 Mystery: How Can a Jetliner Drop Off the Radar? >>
* Was MH370 lost in aeronautical black hole or did catastrophic power failure prevent air traffic control plotting every move? >>
* Emergency Beacons Not Fool-Proof When Jets Go Missing >>
* How It’s Possible to Lose an Airplane in 2014 >>

* Virtual Reality System Lets You Explore Your Brain in Real-Time >>
* Australia Is Building a Laser To Shoot Junk Out of Orbit >>
* Doctors face uncertainty when ordering and interpreting lab tests >>

* Great White Shark Lydia Veers Away from UK >>
* Elephants can tell difference between human languages >>

* Mars Rover Opportunity Funding Ceases In 2015 Under NASA Budget Request >>
* Bending the light with a tiny chip >>
* Swim like 007: £12,500 underwater jet-ski lets you cruise to depths of 130ft at 10mph >>

* Move over Chrome, Google Docs has add-ons now too >>
* Why You Should Embrace Surveillance, Not Fight It >>
* Samsung TVs could soon control your home >>

* John Cramer – Exotic Paths to the Stars visa microscopic wormholes ? >>
* This Video Is The Closest You’ll Get To Experiencing Warp Drive >>
* How Engineers Are Building a Power Station At the South Pole >>

* Sony shows SmartEyeglass prototype to developers >>
* ‘My Heartbeat Is My Passport, Identify Me’ Says The Nymi Band >>
* SXSW: Internet of Cars Will Play Better Music, Advertisements >>

* Intel puts its energy into smart grid development in Germany >>
* The Future Of Business Is Digital >>
* Why The Connected World Should Hang Loose >>

* Super-resolution atom-by-atom laser machining method allows for making nanoscale devices >>
* Collaborative Robots Workshop >>
* A telescope bigger than a galaxy >>

* The $1 Origami Microscope >>
* One-molecule-thick material coud lead to ultrathin, flexible solar cells and LEDs >>
* Microbes and Metabolites Fuel an Ambitious Aging Project >>

* The Milky Way and Andromeda –“Are Encircled by 12 Bright Galaxies in a Ring 24-million Light Years Across” >>
* New SDK Shows Google Really Wants to Get on Your Body >>
* From Leaker to Speaker >>

* Watch a Pro Table Tennis Player Take Down a Robot Opponent >>
* Astronomy Cast Ep. 337: Photometry >>
* Audi’s Traffic Light Recognition Technology Could Save Up to 238 Million Gallons >>

* Scientists Hacked a Blu-Ray Player to Test for Salmonella >>
* Now Is The Time To Care About Commercial Drones Killing You >>
* Spritz’s speed-reading tech shows up to 1,000 words a minute, makes its debut on Samsung devices >>

* Scientists ‘herd’ cells in new approach to tissue engineering >>
* ‘Soft Electronics’ Makes Wearable Computing Something You’d Actually Wear >>
* Space rainbow photographed in full for first time over Venus >>

* Google Launches Add-On Store For Google Docs >>
* Japanese robot gets better at not running into people >>
* Going Beyond Big Data To Knowledge >>

* What’s Next In Mobile – Smartphone, Tablets, Wearables Or More? Ask Skyworks >>
* Raspberry Pi add-on sound card enables audio output and voice commands >>
* Foldscope is a 50-cent paper microscope that magnifies up to 2000 times >>

* Galaxy S5 printed circuit board factory bursts into flames >>
* Kerbal Space Program gets a NASA-backed asteroid wranging expansion >>
* Volkswagen: ‘The Car Must Not Become A Data Monster” >>

* EteRNA >>
* New gene for bipolar disorder discovered >>
* Why Is There Something Instead of Nothing? [Video] >>

* Planet X Gets X’d Out >>
* $500 Million Worth Of Bitcoin Has Been Stolen Since 2010 >>
* ‘Game Of Thrones’ Will Probably End After Season 7 Or 8 >>

* This Startup Wants To Become The Google Of Drugs >>
* The Internet Gave This Homeless Man $32,000 For Being Incredibly Selfless >>
* Software Developers Are Terrified Of What Happens When They Hit 30 >>

* Why Millennials Need Constant Feedback At Work >>
* The Story Of How Marc Andreessen Told Ben Horowitz ‘F— You’ — And Then They Became Lifelong Partners >>
* What are the social implications of 24/7 life-logging? >>

* Artificial black hole mimics curved spacetime >>
* Your Body Does Incredible Things When You Aren’t Awake >>
* “CREATIVE DISOBEDIENCE: HOW, WHEN, AND WHY TO BREAK THE RULES” >>

* Researchers Study Decision Making Center of Brain >>
* KIT TURNS BASIC PRINTERS INTO CIRCUIT BOARD FACTORIES [VIDEO] >>
* The Boring and Exciting World of Biometrics >>

* Will Airbus Futurassy Robots Build Aircraft? >>
* Born to run: Modern engines are going the distance >>
* Is Google Too Big to Sue Over Gmail Privacy Concerns? >>

* The Internet Will Be Everywhere In 2025, For Better Or Worse >>
* Robot Sourcing and Rules for Selfies: The Moments That Stood Out at SXSW >>
* Why You’re Better Off Trusting a Robot Over a Human >>

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