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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 March 2014

* Facebook is buying Oculus VR for $2 billion >>
* The Graphene contact lens that could let you see in the dark >>
* Battery that dissolves in the body could power embedded health sensors >>

* Multi-party quantum communication now possible, physicist demonstrate >>
* Asteroid Found with Rings! First-of-Its-Kind Discovery Stuns Astronomers >>
* Icy body found orbiting far from Sun >>

* The Planet’s Best Stealth Fighter Isn’t Made in America >>
* Security for the ‘Internet of Things’ (Video) >>
* A New Planetoid Reported in Far Reaches of Solar System >>

* A better way to make muscle cells from human stem cells >>
* MRI technique reveal genes’ roles in learning and memory >>

* MIT engineers design hybrid living/nonliving materials >>
* EmTech Singapore 2015 >>
* Spaceship-like skyscraper fights fires and irrigates Amazon rainforests >>

* Product soft contact lenses to be inserted and removed without touching fingers >>
* Coming Soon: Android Apps for Wearable Devices >>
* Google Solve for X targeted cancer therapeutics with DNA origami nanobots >>

* The Tallest Wind Turbine Ever Will Float Above Alaska >>
* Watch a Woman Get a New 3D-Printed Skull >>
* How Superconducting Levitation Works >>

* Mind-reading breakthrough can recreate the faces you see in your brain >>
* MIT develops new platform to spy-proof websites >>
* Machine Learning: The Curved Shape of Electronics to Come >>

* The next version of Android could be truly business-friendly >>
* Apple Engineer Reveals the Secret History of the iPhone >>
* NASA captures over half the galaxy’s stars in new infrared panorama >>

* MIT Researchers Create Platform To Build Secure Web Apps That Never Leak Data >>
* Coming Soon: Android Apps for Wearable Devices >>
* NASA Puts Its New Spacesuit Design To a Public Vote >>

* Desktop human “body” could reduce need for animal drug tests >>
* Billiard table chaos wins $1 million maths prize >>
* Scientists track 3D nanoscale changes in rechargeable battery material during operation >>

* Helmet lets you experience fly vision while driving >>
* 3-D video from inside flying insects >>
* Breathtaking footage of Alaska’s ice caves captured by quadcopter camera >>

* Scientists film inside a flying insect >>
* Looking for the next cyber-police >>
* An Apple-Comcast deal probably won’t fix big cable >>

* Scientists discover how to avoid a speeding ticket >>
* Google Simplifies Cloud Services Tariffs And Announces Substantial Reductions >>
* Watch how robots and drones are transforming wildlife documentaries >>

* Apple applies for dual-sensor camera patent >>
* First stem cell model for bipolar disorder could lead to new treatments >>
* Solar Powered Refrigeration System For Cooling Vaccines >>

* Biological testing tool, ScanDrop, tests in fraction of time and cost of industry standard >>
* Computer robots will outsmart humans within 15 years, Google director claims >>

* Three-dimensional visualization of the insect thorax >>
* Nanotube coating helps shrink mass spectrometers >>
* How to look into the solar interior >>

* Virtual reality developers say it’s ‘too early to panic’ about Facebook >>
* Microsoft Should Have Acquired Oculus Rift, Not Facebook >>
* Oculus acquisition: Why Facebook and not Google? >>
* How Facebook’s Oculus Acquisition Shows Mark Zuckerberg Is The New Bill Gates >>
* Why Is Facebook Buying The Maker Of A Nonexistent Virtual Reality Headset? >>
* VIDEO: Why did Facebook spend $2bn on VR? >>
* Facebook Bought Oculus Because It Thinks Virtual Reality Will Follow Mobile As The Next Great Computing Platform (FB) >>
* Oculus Rift Could Transform The Shopping Experience >>
* Oculus Grift: Kickstarter As Charity For Venture Capitalists >>
* Facebook’s $2 Billion Purchase Of Oculus Is Just Crazy >>
* Can The Crowd Predict Facebook’s Next Acquisition? >>

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