Archive for June 15, 2014

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 June 2014

* Will Apple’s next iPad have a smart cover that can show you messages even when it is closed? >>
* Students mod a 3D printer to create permanent tattoos >>
* IMAX shows why its 4K camera could get you watching 3D movies again >>

* Look Out, Apple: Google May Launch a Health-Data App >>
* The Nightmare on Connected Home Street >>
* Samsung Galaxy Tab S: A Shining Screen On a Whole New Body (Update: Hands-On) >>

* NASA Test Bed for Growing Earth Life on Mars to be developed >>
* Calling Back a Zombie Ship From the Graveyard of Space >>
* This Baby May Be The First To Be Born With Its Genome Fully Sequenced >>

* The International Space Station Is Getting an Espresso Machine >>
* Genes Cannot Be Made from Scratch >>
* Emotional contagion sweeps Facebook >>

* Hoverboards Are Real >>
* In Pixeltrek, Explore the Enterprise in All Its Glory. And Its Toilets. >>
* This is the cockpit of the supersonic car that will reach 1000MPH >>

* Gillmor Gang: Apple Jack >>
* A Search Engine for the Era of Apps >>
* Radar Data Yields High-Resolution Views of Near-Earth Asteroid HQ124 >>

* High-speed maglev toys are coming in 2015 >>
* World Cup or World’s Fair? Technology Takes Center Field at the Games in Brazil >>
* Fujitsu 56 Gbps circuit doubles communication speeds between CPUs >>

* Fusion Experiment Breakthrough >>
* Nuclear industry explores accident-resistant fuel >>
* 5-Million-Year-Old Arctic Fox Ancestor Found in Tibet >>

* Virgin Galactic’s Spaceline Picture Coming into Focus >>
* New computer program aims to teach itself everything about anything >>
* ‘Love’ hormone makes old muscles new again >>

* Wireless companies put up more ‘stealth’ towers >>
* The smart cup that knows exactly what you’re drinking – and calories >>
* Hackers find a new way into your home: your TV >>

* These Puppies Were Born With Green Fur >>
* Microsoft’s Rumored Smartwatch Could Have A Distinct Competitive Advantage >>

* Watch a star explode 20,000 years ago >>
* Jobs lost to automation: Doom and gloom? Maybe not, expert says >>
* IEET Readers Divided on Robot Cars That Sacrifice Drivers’ Lives >>

* Google to Spend a Billion or More on Internet Satellites >>
* Medical News Today: Sunscreen alone ‘not enough’ to protect against melanoma >>
* Weekly Roundup: Updating nostalgia, the metrosexual’s evolution and why foods become trendy >>

* Ultrasonic imaging at 1,000 times times higher resolution >>
* New search program aims to teach itself everything about any visual concept >>
* Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab S >>

* Record-Breaking Solar Cell Points the Way to Cheaper Power >>
* Big Bang Theory Season 8 Spoilers? Producer Reveals What Sheldon Is Doing >>

* How to Turn Your Mobile Device into a Universal Translator >>
* Can You Figure Out This Parking Lot’s Numbering System? >>
* Continuum’s Main Time Travel Law Is The Law Of Unintended Consequences >>

* Sony Is Working On a Camera Sensor That’s Curved Like the Human Eye >>
* Elon Musk says Flying Cars are easy and he will probably make some for the fun of it and 2 or 3 submarine cars >>

* NASA to Launch Carbon Dioxide-Monitoring Spacecraft Next Month >>
* Finally, Intelligent Sliding Doors Like The Ones In Star Trek >>
* Evidence of Gravitational Waves Points to Multiple Universes (VIDEO) >>

* Thermal Camera Turns Many Things into Interactive Surfaces >>
* Uber alles ? Uber cheaper than owning a car in San Francisco >>

* China could complete 9 nuclear reactors in the next 7 months and then start construction on 30 reactors over the next 18 months >>
* Man Who Beat Cancer Explains Why He Refuses to Support Cancer Charities >>
* The Biology of Risk >>

* The Disrupted Future of Banking – How Tech Will Disrupt, Destroy, or Reinvent Banking, Payments, and Finance >>
* Faster Mobile Access Sought >>

* Sci-fi fans should go out and watch ‘The Signal’ this weekend >>
* Robot doctors, online lawyers and automated architects: the future of the professions? >>
* Customers to get power use alerts on smartphones by 2015 >>

* Scientists unveil hardest synthetic diamond ever made >>
* Siddharthan Chandran: Can the damaged brain repair itself? >>
* The Great Fusion Race >>

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