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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 March 2014

* Scientists will attempt to clone a 43,000 year-old woolly mammoth >>
* Banks pay Microsoft big for securing Windows XP ATMs >>
* Gillmor Gang: Another Fine Mess >>

* Your bank will pay Microsoft to keep running its ATMs >>
* Bill Gates: It’s OK If Half Of Silicon Valley Startups Are “Silly” >>
* Bill Gates-backed SOLAR POO RAYGUN COMMODE unveiled >>

* Prisoners could be made to literally serve 1,000-year sentences >>
* Scientists: mammoth cloning ‘now possible’ >>
* Shostak: ‘we will find ET within 20 years’ >>

* Malaysia 370 Update: Landing Strips, Cell Phones, and More >>
* Why Companies Fail To Engage Today’s Workforce: The Overwhelmed Employee >>
* Why Can’t A Startup Build A Self-Driving Car? >>

* Medicine Delivered By Flying Drones >>
* Exercise Sensor Moov Raises $1 Million In 15 Days, Without Kickstarter >>
* US Government Cedes Control Of The Internet >>

* Transformer-Style Scooter Lets You Ride Your Briefcase To Work >>
* London Is Building 230 New Towers and 80 Percent of Them Are Housing >>
* This App Guarantees You’ve Always Got a Deck Of Cards On Hand >>

* Why Google’s massive Drive storage price slash is just the beginning >>
* Google encrypts Chinese search requests to subvert Great Firewall >>
* Magic floor sinks into the ground to transform into an outdoor pool >>

* Visit This House Being 3D Printed in Amsterdam Right Now >>
* Which VPN Services Take Your Anonymity Seriously? 2014 Edition >>
* The World’s First Crowdsourced Thermostat Lets You Adjust The Temperature At Work >>

* Samsung puts ultrasonic echolocation cover on a smartphone for the blind >>
* Train Your Brain to Get Smarter, Faster >>
* NASA-Backed Study Says Humanity Is Pretty Much Screwed >>

* These Autonomous Patrol Cars Keep Watch Over Our Nuclear Stockpiles >>
* ‘Cosmos’ Looks Back At Earth’s Extinction Events | Preview Clip >>

* Quantum Computing technologies >>
* Lost Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 >>
* Mars One partners with Liongate TV for reality TV program >>

* From the Sun’s death to the light elements >>
* Will the 700 year Age of the Gun give way to drones or something else ? >>
* Billionaires With Big Ideas Are Privatizing American Science >>

* SpaceX Set to Launch the World’s First Reusable Booster >>
* Spacex developing Raptor engine and use nine to power the first Mars Colonization Transport Rockets >>
* Older Tiger Moms and the lifting of the One Child Ban in China will drive early adoption of genetic intelligence enhancement >>

* How Yoga Changes the Brain >>
* Scientists may have got a glimpse of how the universe was born >>
* The plastic 3D printed ‘Lego House’ you really can live in >>

* Pain Pills May Be Future Antibiotics >>
* Big data tackles tiny molecular machines >>
* Genes may thwart seniors’ exercise gains >>

* Tomorrow’s world: Shops replaced by posters, self-driving cars and clothes that detect illness could all soon become reality >>
* Cars could soon monitor our EMOTIONS: Device reads facial expressions to prevent road rage >>
* 2.5 million Americans living with artificial hip, 4.7 million with artificial knee >>

* Could we soon create hell on EARTH? Biotechnology could let us extend criminals’ lives to makes their suffering last HUNDREDS of years >>
* VIDEO: How do gadgets track a plane? >>
* The Mobile App War is Really an Ecosystem War >>

* Amsterdam Canal House Built With 3-D Printer >>
* Life360 is about connecting, not stalking, says founder >>
* Surf Report: How to run Android apps on your computer >>

* Windows XP: It’s time to say good-bye >>
* Netflix may not be the first to stream 4K video >>
* Glasses that help doctors live-stream surgeries, check patient’s parameters >>

* To operate car, nod or wink >>
* Human ancestor’s skeleton is 3-million-year-old >>
* Solar toilet that turns waste into ‘charcoal’ >>

* Scientists create world’s first super rat that will help study diseases >>
* Bill Gates Fears ‘Robots’ Will Soon Take Over Many Low Skilled Jobs >>
* Meet The Geniuses Making Your Cell Phone Internet 1,000x Faster Than 4G >>

* This Is What Bill Gates Thinks When People Say: ‘You Should Feel Guilty About Being So Wealthy’ >>
* MIT Has An Awesome Fish Robot That’s Just Like The Real Thing >>
* The Post-Human Biocitizen >>

* This broken hydrant is so powerful it keeps a car floating in the air >>
* Cubestormer 3 robot sets new Guinness World Record for completing Rubik’s Cube >>
* A battery that ‘breathes’ could power next-gen electric vehicles >>

* Confluence: The Connected Human >>
* Do you know whether this story was written by a human? >>
* Cosy Is A Smart Heating & Home Control System Coming Out Of Cambridge, U.K. >>

* As Robots Evolve the Workforce, Will Labor Laws Keep Pace? >>
* Intelligent people ‘more likely to trust others’ >>
* Happiness is viral, thanks to social media >>

* Have physicists finally detected gravitational waves? >>
* New Study: Treadmill Desks Boost Productivity >>
* Harnessing everyday motion to power mobile devices (w/ video) >>

* The Future of Brain Implants >>
* The ever-accelerating rate of technology adoption >>

* Lungs on a chip, 3-D printed hearts: The shape of medicine to come >>
* China successfully tests smog-fighting drones that spray chemicals to capture air pollution >>

* Teaching Cars To Feel Your Pain >>

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