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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 August 2014

* Shanghai to San Francisco in 100 minutes by Chinese supersonic submarine >>
* Intel builds ‘world’s smallest’ 3G modem >>
* Lasers Switch Bad Memories to Good in Mice >>

* Neuroscientists reverse memories’ emotional associations >>
* Instagram shows how Hyperlapse stabilizes your jittery videos >>
* Hypersonic Gliders, Scramjets, And Even Faster Things Coming To China’s Military >>

* Would you run a super-powerful, super-fast operating system if it were made in China? >>
* Apple to reveal wearable device next month >>
* $33 Smartphone For India That Could Ruin Samsung’s Android Business >>

* In the Future, Your Clothes Will Be Cleaned By Schools Of Robotic Fish >>
* Satellite Towing Service Developed | Video >>
* New Cray GPU supercomputer will provide a petaflop of power in 4 Cabinets >>

* The World’s First Handheld DNA Sequencer Is a Genetics Lab In a Box >>
* A Chip for Longer-Lasting Wearable Computers >>
* Nanoscale Material Enables Cheap, Emission-free Hydrogen Production >>

* Quantum Entanglement Camera Images Object With Photons That Never Come Near It >>
* Beaming to a Magnetic Sail >>
* Seagate starts shipping 8TB hard drives this week >>

* Stanford bioengineers close to brewing opioid painkillers >>
* From batteries to nuclear power and 3D printing, here’s who to keep an eye on >>
* VIDEO: ‘White space’ internet developed >>

* CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing corrects Duchenne muscular dystrophy in mice >>
* Solar Energy Isn’t Always as Green as You Think >>

* How Will We Know If The Ebola Drugs Worked? >>
* Why Do Humans Grow Up So Slowly? Blame the Brain >>
* Digital Divide: How Social Media Silences Debate >>

* Why Can’t the Government Run Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications? >>
* Children with autism have extra synapses in brain >>
* Functional thymus organ grown in mice from lab-created cells >>

* A fully transparent solar concentrator for windows >>
* Proximal micromagnets increases the speed of quantum manipulation in silicon without adding measurable noise >>

* DARPA project to develop revolutionary miniaturization and assembly methods at scalesa 100,000 times smaller than current state-of-the-art technology >>
* A Headset Meant to Make Augmented Reality Less of a Gimmick >>
* Efficient robotic components under development using fundamental mechanism research >>

* Is Our 3-D Universe an Illusion? –“Everything Could Actually be Encoded in Tiny packets in Two Dimensions” >>
* “When the Visible Unive rse was Less than One Microsecond Old” –Researchers Simulate Birth of the Cosmos >>

* The Man Who Grew Eyes From Scracth >>
* Could This Camera Prevent Police Brutality? >>
* New Oculus Rift game allows you to train like a real Jedi >>

* Slow motion video captures people’s faces as they get hit with tasers >>
* Your Windows 9 upgrade could be free >>
* Get your car to tell you what’s wrong with a $50 dongle >>

* Controlling a NASA robot on the Web >>
* How Google’s Driverless Car Detects Aggressive Drivers >>

* European Space Agency chooses potential landing sites for its comet probe >>
* Five Myths and Facts About Robotics Technology Today >>
* Nanodiamonds are forever >>

* Laser pulse turns glass into a metal >>
* Could a robot army help us find alien life? Nasa’s ant-like ‘swarmies’ will scour hostile planets for water and rocket fuel >>

* Workshop: Current Challenges for Wireless Power Transfer >>
* DARPA 5 beyond GPS technologies for position, navigation and timing >>

* Furniture Shopping with Augmented Reality >>
* Supercavitation projectiles potentially have 200,000 less drag than a regular object in water >>
* NASA says new heavy-lift rocket debut not likely until 2018 >>

* Could A 2-Year-Old Boy Be ‘Patient Zero’ For The Ebola Outbreak? >>
* Snapdragon 615: Qualcomm’s 64-bit octa-core race horse >>

* Researchers Discover Proteins That Block Both HIV And Ebola Virus Release >>
* Forget Hot Air: Disney Parade Floats Could Soon Fly Under Drone Power >>
* China’s Future Submarine Could Go The Speed Of Sound >>

* How Apple Thinks About Smart Homes >>
* Toshiba’s New Robovac Uses Three Times the Sensors For Less Collisions >>
* What’s Up With That: Your Fingernails Grow Way Faster Than Your Toenails >>

* Intel’s tiny 3G modem will put always-on data in your smartwatch >>
* Samsung starts production of 3D DDR4 DRAM modules >>
* The Death of Film: After Hollywood Goes Digital, What Happens to Movies? >>

* How Eating a Poor Diet Makes Us Feel Depressed >>
* What Happened to NASA’s Valkyrie Robot at the DRC Trials, and What’s Next >>
* DARPA Project Starts Building Human Memory Prosthetics >>

* Ignore the IQ test: your level of intelligence is not fixed for life >>
* A Response to Comments on ‘Sails Driven by Diverging Neutral Particle Beams’ >>
* Proton Fusion, the Sun’s Power Source, Explained (Infographic) >>

* X-Shaped Rubik’s Cube >>
* Mysterious Phony Cell Towers Could Be Intercepting Your Calls >>
* NASA Crams Six Months Of Earth’s Surface Activity Into A 6-Second Clip >>

* Where Does The Moon’s Smell Come From? >>
* World’s Oldest Wine Cellar Fueled Palatial Parties >>
* Meet The Guy Who Makes $1,000 An Hour Tutoring Kids Of Fortune 500 CEOs Over Skype >>

* Will We Ever Have a “Star Wars Moment” in Pop Culture Again? >>
* Broadcom wants to let 1,000 IoT devices bloom with $19.99 development kit >>
* Real-Life ‘Star Trek’ Tech Could Diagnose Diseases >>

* Midlife crisis? Time to get a skateboard, gentlemen >>
* Instagrams Hyperlapse iPhone app rockets up the charts >>
* US Drones Are Flying Over ISIS Areas In Syria — Without Assad’s Approval >>

* Could airships replace satellites? Nasa planning contest for giant airships to house surveillance equipment, telescopes >>
* Research paves way for development of cyborg moth ‘biobots’ >>
* An aspirin a day could keep recurrent blood clots away >>

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