Archive for April 17, 2014

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 April 2014

* Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner hacked with glue mould >>
* Cyborg glasses save users the need to control emotions >>
* Google Camera App Brings Lens Blur Background Defocus To Any KitKat Android Devices >>

* Pressure sensors to help prevent pain for amputees >>
* Chrome Remote Desktop for Android browses a PC or Mac from your phone >>
* Machine Learning: The Best Photo Organizing App? I’m Still Looking >>

* Google I/O To Elevate Focus On Design >>
* NASA may have witnessed Saturn creating a moon for the first time >>
* Nanomaterials Keep Pushing Lithium-Sulfur Battery Capabilities for EVs >>

* Scientists explain how memories stick together >>
* In old age, lack of emotion and interest may signal your brain is shrinking >>
* Oh baby: Scientists find protein that lets egg and sperm hook up >>

* Galaxy S5 fingerprint sensor hacked >>
* Genetic therapy may repair spinal chord: Study >>
* Life may have begun near gentle springs on ocean floors, Nasa research says >>

* Bill Gates Patents Detecting, Responding To “Glassholes” >>
* Floating Nuclear Reactors Might Make More Sense Than You’d Think >>
* Here’s How You Might Drive Your Next SUV From A Smartphone >>

* Honda’s ASIMO Robot Is Now Surprisingly Human >>
* Bill Gates’ New Patent Would Keep Glassholes From Spying on Your Screens >>
* Giant 3D printer starts spitting out a house >>

* Mobile robots support airplane manufacturers >>
* Google Street View Accidentally Made an Algorithm That Cracks CAPTCHAs >>
* Microrobots, Working Together, Build with Metal, Glass, and Electronics >>

* $82 a Day Is the Average Savings for a Comfortable Retirement >>
* Bits Blog: Can Facebook Innovate? A Conversation With Mark Zuckerberg >>

* How many downloads does it take to hit No. 1 in the App Store? >>
* Everyone But NASA Wants To Wake Up This Long-Dormant Spacecraft >>
* #IoTH: The Internet of Things and Humans >>

* Hidden Vulnerability Discovered in the World’s Airline Network >>
* Drones to extend Internet to remote areas >>
* The Future of Interstellar Communication Goes “Pew, Pew, Pew” >>

* Ten ways 3D printing could change space >>
* The Limits of Social Engineering >>
* Google’s Next Big Conference Is About Design >>

* The High-Tech Soldiers of the Future Are Here >>
* Is Moore’s Law Dying? >>
* Personal informatics trends tracked >>

* Breakthrough points to new drugs from nature >>
* Slow-motion tremors making Tokyo megaquake more likely >>
* Targeting cancer with a triple threat: New nanoparticles can deliver three drugs at once >>

* BT preparing to fix Heartbleed-affected Home Hubs >>
* Caffeine Actually Impacts Your Body In Four Different Ways >>
* Futuristic robots allow doctors to examine patients from anywhere >>

* NASA catches a glimpse of Saturn birthing a new moon >>
* Microsoft CEO is driving data-culture mindset >>
* For cells, internal stress leads to unique shapes >>

* Bing’s home page gets personalized info cards, just like Google Now >>
* IBM Looks To The Cloud To Fight Disruption >>

* Brain Machine Interface Exoskeleton will be demonstrated at Soccer’s 2014 World Cup in less than 60 days >>
* Spacex and NASA have rescheduled a launch until this Friday >>

* Google Camera hits the Play Store, which means Photospheres for all >>
* Your Voice Will Control The Future >>

* ‘The Simpsons’ producers spill details on Lego episode; plus, first image of Lego Homer! >>
* Why Royal Caribbean’s Newest Ship Represents A Critical Test For The Cruise Industry >>

* Floating nuclear power plants could avoid disasters like Fukushima >>
* Google develops computer vision accurate enough to solve its own CAPTCHAs >>

* Creating a New Solar System >>
* How to test the twin paradox without using a spaceship >>

* Researcher’s lens turns any smartphone into a portable microscope >>
* A Rare Genetic Mutation in These Siblings Makes Them Immune to Viruses >>

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