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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 April 2014

* Dinosaur chase scene reconstructed >>
* Samsung launches Smart Home service in the U.S. >>
* The smart home revolution could start with a crock pot >>

* Hands-On With Amazon’s New FireTV Media Player >>
* NASA Severs Most Ties With Russia, Sparing Station But Pushing For U.S. Launches Again >>
* How Hubble Successor Will Spread Its Wings Far From Earth | New Animation >>

* Tiny Worlds at Edge of Our Solar System May Hold Clues to Origins of Life >>
* Plasma Jet Magneto Inertial Fusion ARPA-E and Los Alamos National Lab Plans for 2027 relevant gain >>
* Pay with Your Fingerprint >>

* NASA Is Working On An Implantable Surgical Robot For Space Missions >>
* Are swappable lenses coming to the next iPhone? >>
* EU set to roll-out Sentinel space project >>

* Watch this: Microsoft’s three-hour Build keynote in seven minutes >>
* Windows Phone 8.1’s Cortana Wants to Be Your New Personal Assistant >>
* Windows 8.1’s new universal apps aren’t just coming to phones and desktops; they’ll also be coming t >>
* Windows is now free for devices with screens smaller than 9 inches. >>
* Microsoft to bring back Start menu, windowed apps to Windows >>
* Microsoft: Yes, We’re Bringing Back the Start Menu >>
* Microsoft announces Cortana smartphone voice search >>
* Microsoft Built A Human-Size Piano To Show Off A Brand-New Version Of Windows >>
* Skype for Windows Phone 8.1 has FaceTime-like calling and Cortana control >>
* Discontinued WindowsXP Still No. 2 Desktop OS After Windows7, Windows 8 Lagging Far Behind >>

* How Your Location Data Is Being Used To Predict The Events You Will Want To Attend >>
* Moon’s Age Revealed, and a Lunar Mystery May Be Solved >>

* Fly Me to the Minimoon: Tiny Asteroids Near Earth Touted for Human Exploration >>
* Soon, trains that can climb skyscrapers? >>

* Machine Learning: Sweeping Away a Search History >>
* NASA’s PhoneSat 2.5 Dials Up Innovation for Smartphone Satellites >>

* Moon’s Age Revealed, and a Lunar Mystery May Be Solved >>
* A Billion-Dollar Bracelet Is the Key to a Disney Park >>
* What Happens When Two Black Holes Collide? >>
* NASA Can’t Ethically Send Astronauts On One-Way Missions To Deep Space >>

* Who Needs Towels When You Can Just Stand on a Full Body Air Dryer? >>
* Massive Spaceships Could Be Fueled by Human Exercise >>
* A long-running study is re-affirming the life-extending benefits of calorie-restricted diets. >>

* This Bionic Kangaroo Is Perfect For an Australia-Themed Amusement Park >>
* Vodafone to create 1,400 jobs in UK >>
* Small Robot Surgeon Designed to Work Inside Astronauts’ Bodies >>

* Scientists create wiring diagram for mouse brain >>
* Radiation securely stored in nontoxic molecule >>
* Lab-grown muscle heals itself after animal implantation >>

* Bacteria an effective tool to counter mosquito larvae: Study >>
* The first peanut genomes sequenced >>
* India could soon help bring back an extinct, spectacular species of lions >>

* Scientists working on human-to-dolphin translator report first successful interaction >>
* Microbes blamed for largest mass extinction >>

* World’s fastest lawnmower hits 116mph >>
* Worst Possible Future (and How to Avoid It) – Apr 04,2014 >>
* Best Possible Future (and How to Make It Happen) – Apr 03,2014 >>

* Info-tech Drives the Future >>
* Smallest DNA origami nanorobot yet has a switchable flap >>
* New bill would force Obama administration to reveal drone strike casualties >>

* Weekly Innovation: Turn A 3-D Printer Into A Tattoo Machine >>
* A miniature space robot might one day perform surgery on astronauts >>
* So You Think You’re Smarter Than A CIA Agent >>

* Apple’s Next Billion-Dollar Bet >>
* US Navy tests robotic fire-fighters >>
* ‘Love drug’ makes group members lie more >>

* Will Living on Mars Drive Us Crazy? >>
* Forecasters find new formula for long-range weather >>
* Study Finds Earth Located In Lamest Part Of Universe >>

* DARPA’s New Biotech Unit Will Try to Create New Life Forms >>
* Gene therapy comes of age: We can now edit entire genomes to cure diseases >>
* Would it be evil to build a functional brain inside a computer? >>

* The End of the Capitalist Era, and What Comes Next >>
* Why it is not possible to regulate robots >>

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