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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 August 2014

* World’s First 3D Printed Estate Coming To New York >>
* World’s first 3D printed vertebra implanted in 12-year-old boy >>
* Theaters in China, Screen Movies, and Viewers Text Messages >>

* Google Receives Takedown Request Every 8 Milliseconds >>
* Google Asked to Remove 1 Million Pirate Links Per Day >>
* How to Turn YouTube Into the Ultimate Streaming Music Service >>

* Adaptive Color-Changing Sheet Inspired By Octopus Skin >>
* PushBullet adds universal copy and paste across Windows, Android >>
* Russia’s New Space Program: Killing Asteroids and Lunar Exploration >>

* Google Patents a Less Obvious Tech-on-the-Inside Version of Glass >>
* Google claims to have made 890 improvements to search over the past year >>

* Less than two percent of the Hiroshima bomb’s uranium actually detonated >>
* Brain drain: Are we evolving stupidity? >>
* Life Found 800 Meters Down in Antarctic Subglacial Lake >>

* How the Human Brain Gets Its Wrinkles >>
* ADT refines its ‘recipes’ on smart home automation >>
* Most new jobs self-employed, ONS says >>

* Ebola Treatment May Emerge From Drug For Another Virus >>
* This Enormous Tablet Could Replace Your Kid’s TV >>
* You Can Unlock This High-Tech Padlock With Your Phone >>

* Coca-Cola’s Future Isn’t About Soda Anymore >>
* ‘Game Of Thrones’ Peter Dinklage To Star Off-Broadway With Taylor Schilling >>
* Wild Hong Kong Concept Tower Would Have Its Own Fish Farms And Rice Paddies >>

* This Scientist Is Creating The Perfect Pancreas To Treat His Son’s Diabetes >>
* The future is now and it’s terrifying – new cafe in China is run entirely by robots >>
* MIT Develops Brilliant Graphite Sponge that Converts Solar Energy into Steam >>

* LEDs Bring New Light to Car-to-Car Communication >>
* Silicon Valley Goes Long on Nuclear Fusion >>
* Google Wants Option to Test Autonomous Motorcycles and Trucks in California >>

* NASA Training ‘Swarmie’ Robots for Space Mining >>
* In the Center of the Lagoon Nebula >>
* Do gut bacteria control your mind? >>

* To Build the Ultimate Telescope >>
* Skype chat notifications will now only hit the device you’re using >>
* Researchers Find Security Flaws In Backscatter X-ray Scanners >>

* Robot apocalypse: unmanned drone flies autonomous recon droid to the battlefield >>
* Tiny accelerometer adds motion detection to clothes and cheap phones >>
* Parallels Desktop 10: Run Windows on Your Yosemite Mac >>

* It’s still pretty easy to hack traffic lights >>
* Netflix made an awesome virtual reality interface for the Oculus Rift >>
* The amateur geneticist who surprised science >>

* New dates rewrite Neanderthal story >>
* What will Google’s next decade look like? >>
* #ALGORITHMS: “Free Process Design Kit for 15 nanometer” >>

* SF Residents Can “Yo” A Smart Car To Take Them Anywhere >>
* A Second Act For The Internet Of Things >>
* The First Automata Trailer Is Finally Out and It Looks Spectacular >>

* Hakuto Dual Rovers Could Explore Moon Caves | Video >>
* Despite the Latest Creaks, the Internet Isn’t Close to Breaking >>
* The Next Battleground In The War Against Quantum Hacking >>

* How to Break Cryptography With Your Bare Hands >>
* Are copyrighted works only by and for humans? >>
* US Navy will Evaluate Lockheed Martin Industrial Exoskeletons >>

* Google’s fact-checking bots build vast knowledge bank >>
* Researchers create engineered energy-absorbing material >>
* Bubbling down: Discovery suggests surprising uses for common bubbles >>

* Hate doing laundry? There’s an app to help you >>
* ‘Big Data’ Is One Of The Biggest Buzzwords In Tech That No One Has Figured Out Yet >>
* Your Every Wish Is Her Command >>

* Exploring the Multiverse in Modern Astrophysics, Cosmology, and Beyond >>
* The future of bacteria >>

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