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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 March 2014

* Laser Makes More Accurate Radar System >>
* New research could put a brain-like neural network in your smartphone >>
* Smart Light Bulb Doubles as Bluetooth Speaker >>

* HP teases plans to conquer the 3D-printing market >>
* Dirigible Drones Will Watch the World From 13 Miles Up >>
* Fusion power breakthrough may help explain stars, solar flares >>

* Scary New Drone Can Hack Your Phone From the Air >>
* Volvo’s connected cars could make winter driving safer for everyone >>
* Windowless Jet Will Let You Virtually Ride on Top of Clouds >>

* ‘Shrapnel’ risk to Moon missions >>
* ‘Chicken from hell’ dinosaur discovery >>
* Facebook Introduces ‘Hack,’ the Programming Language of the Future >>

* The Computer Can Tell When You’re Faking It >>
* Your Nose Can Smell at Least 1 Trillion Scents >>
* Future May Be Getting Closer to Reality, With D-Wave & General Fusion >>

* This Is How DARPA’s Robotic VTOL X-Planes Will Dominate The Sky >>
* A stretchable antenna for wearable health monitoring >>
* The Clean Energy Wars >>

* Why Buy Microsoft Milk When the Google Cow Is Free? >>
* Introducing Project Morpheus >>
* Doping carbon-nanotube circuits more reliable, faster, power-efficient flexible devices >>

* At TED, Google’s Larry Page Says NSA Spying Threatens Democracy >>
* How 3D printing will turn us all (back) into makers: Avi Reichental at TED2014 >>
* U.S. Navy’s Robot Firefighters Prepare for a Test Run >>

* Google adds some LiquidFun to physics simulation in games >>
* What Do Coders Mean When They Talk About Bootstrapping? >>
* Every Single Gmail Message You Send Will Now Be Encrypted >>

* Hacked: The speakers in session 8 of TED2014 >>
* 5 Big New Projects Remaking Cities into Havens for Pedestrians >>
* How Robots Will Work with Us Isn’t Only a Technological Question >>

* 15 theses about the future of the Internet and how we can shape it positively >>
* Augmented World Expo 2014 >>

* How Virtual Gaming Worlds Are Revealing the Nature of Human Hierarchies >>
* Collaboration May Be Our First Step Toward the Stars. >>
* NASA’s Powerful Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Recovers from Recent Glitch >>

* World’s Most Advanced Computers Unravel Universe’s Most Primitive Processes >>
* Air Force Space Surveillance Satellite Bumps NASA’s Orion Launch to Dec. 2014 >>
* UV wristband helps you get vitamin D without sunburn >>

* Is Your Brain Lying to You? >>
* The invisible issue: The world as you don’t see it >>
* Flight MH370: The allure of the conspiracy theory >>

* World’s Tiniest Plasma Transistor Can Make Supertough Electronics >>
* Forget Innovation, Who Is Your Chief Disruption Officer? >>

* VIDEO: Thieves tunnel their way to cash machine >>
* The Seduction of Subduction >>
* Larry Page on Google’s smart future >>

* Digital Cameras Enter A New Transparent(!) Age >>
* The Best Smartphone Cameras on the Market Right Now >>
* Eat less and live long, says study >>

* 2064 Future >>
* Computers see through faked expressions of pain better than people >>
* DARPA’s Newest X-Plane Concepts Are All Robots >>

* Ancient Earth hammered by double space impact >>
* Genes vs. Lifestyle: What Matters Most for Health? >>

* Brain implants: Because you’ve always wanted to think more like Einstein >>
* Want a robot butler? Then you’ll need to see this French trade show. >>
* Remember, one person’s cloudy day is another… >>

* What’s making athletes faster, better, stronger: David Epstein TED2014 >>
* Turning a Tablet Into a Child’s Interactive TV >>
* Google vs. Microsoft: a cheap laptop showdown >>

* New Big Bang evidence also hints that we may exist in a multiverse >>
* Researchers are making a smartphone lens that can spot sickness >>
* NSA: Tech Companies Knew About PRISM The Whole Time >>

* TED 2014: NSA hits back on Snowden spying leaks >>
* Formula 1’s new ‘too quiet’ engines are least of Ecclestone’s worries >>
* Landmark Alzheimer’s Study Pinpoints Protein That Protects Aging Brain >>

* We already live in the age of robots—we just don’t call them that >>
* Researchers develop fully photonics-based radar system (Update) >>
* LADEE Discovers the Moon’s Dust Halo, Finally >>

* Hacking Your DNA >>
* Negropodamus disses Internet of Things, predicts knowledge pills >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 March 2014

* 150 Megapixel Image Sensor Won’t Power Your Nikon, Might Save Your Life >>
* IBM’s Watson Tackles The Tumor Genome, On The Way To Personalized Cancer Treatments >>
* The state of the future: 2013–14 >>

* Dean Kamen to Tech Community: “We’re Not Creating Enough Innovators” >>
* Advancing brain cancer treatment through genomics >>
* Apps by the Dashboard Light >>

* Scientists create world’s first 3D printed beating heart muscles and tissues >>
* Unique GPS system onboard airplanes to precisely monitor bad weather >>
* Ants Are Destroying Our Chocolate Supply >>

* Google CEO Larry Page Is Giving A Mind-Blowing Talk At TED Right Now (GOOG) >>
* ‘Okay Google, take a photo’ comes to Search for Android app >>
* Waves Spotted On Titan >>

* This Is A 3D Printed Kayak >>
* TED | Edward Snowden speaks via telepresence robot about Internet surveillance at TED 2014 >>
vWhat Can IBM’s Watson Tell Cancer Doctors About The Genes Driving Tumors? >>

* How microbes could cure disease: Rob Knight at TED2014 >>
* The brain is a Swiss Army knife: Nancy Kanwisher at TED2014 >>
* Korean Island Plans for All Cars to Be Electric by 2030 >>

* The New Oculus Rift Developer Kit Is Now Open For Pre-Orders >>
* Machine Learning: Can You Trust ‘Secure’ Messaging Apps? >>

* The UK’s New 12-Sided £1 Is the “Most Secure Coin in the World” >>
* In case you missed it: Day 2 at TED2014 >>
* Snowden selfies: Edward Snowden roams TED2014 >>

* Project Morpheus: Sony’s Oculus Rift Competitor Looks Incredible >>
* Largest, sturdiest self-assembling DNA cages built >>
* 3D Printing in the Home: 1 In 3 Americans Ready For 3D Printer >>

* No-refrigeration, spray vaccine could curb diseases in remote areas >>
* Smartphone to become smarter with “deep learning” innovation >>
* Chromecast – a TV game changer? >>

* WEARABLE APPS: Inside The Race To Create A New App Ecosystem >>
* The Future And You–March 19, 2014 >>

* The Future of Active Eyewear: An Interview With Oakley’s R&D Division >>
* Q&A with Brian David Johnson, Intel futurist >>

* New Relic Goes Beyond Server Monitoring And Adds Software Analytics >>
* Augmented Reality May Be Coming To A Car Windshield Near You >>

* Java 8 Officially Released >>
* Earth’s radiation belt: Van Allen probes reveal zebra stripes in space >>
* New app delivers pocket diagnosis >>

* The shoe with built-in GPS: $100 smart trainer vibrates to point you in the right direction – and even counts calories burned >>
* New airborne GPS technology for weather conditions takes flight >>
* Ukraine is fundraising for its army via text messages >>

* Researchers are making a smartphone lens that can spot sickness >>
* Who rules the internet? >>
* Disney is planning sequels to ‘The Incredibles’ and ‘Cars’ >>

* At TED, Sharpening the Vision of the Internet of Things >>
* Laser beam can identify flying insects with 97% accuracy >>
* Why the future belongs to Google >>

* Google reveals Android Wear, an operating system for smartwatches >>
* Get rich by grabbing an entrepreneur’s coat-tails >>
* Ancient Earth hammered by double space impact >>

* Alan Turing Institute to be set up to research big data >>
* New sports doping test ‘1,000 times more sensitive’ >>

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