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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 October 2014

* How Apple made the Retina 5K display in the new iMac >>
* The New iPad Mini 3 Gets A Speed Boost And Touch ID >>
* Report: Google May Be Developing Some Kind Of Wireless Network >>

* Brain surgery ‘robot’ would go through the cheek >>
* Ultrasound Powers Tiny Wireless Medical Sensors Deep Within Body >>
* FBI boss warns against phone encryption + video >>

* More Americans Saving Money For Child’s Unemployment >>
* Disruptions: Silicon Valley Stirs Up Hollywood >>
* Machine Learning: Businesses Are Turning to Beacons, and It’s Going to Be O.K >>

* What was on TV on the day you were born? >>
* Smart meters open to hack attack >>
* The Name Of Google’s New Text-Messaging Is Really Going To Annoy Facebook >>

* The Current State Of The Apple SIM, And Its Possible Future >>
* Linksys jumps into 4×4 and tri-band Wi-Fi frays with new E8350, EA9200 routers >>
* Smart walkers lead way for Japanese elder-care robots >>

* First Demonstration Of Artificial Intelligence On A Quantum Computer >>
* Reusable Rocket Economics and a $500 billion program to make space travel like airline industry >>
* Magnetic Loft Hangs Bottles In Your Fridge To Give You More Shelf Space >>

* Quarantines and Travel Bans: Could They Work to Thwart Ebola? >>
* What Ebola Is Telling Us About Fragmentation In Public Health Strategy >>
* World steps up Ebola action as infections soar >>
* When Do We Quarantine or Isolate for Ebola? >>
* Lax U.S. Guidelines on Ebola Led to Poor Hospital Training, Experts Say >>
* Ebola: the world reacts >>

* Lockheed Martin fusion reactor breakthrough announced >>
* Scientists Are Bashing Lockheed Martin’s Nuclear Fusion ‘Breakthrough’ >>
* Lockheed Martin pursues compact fusion reactor concept >>
* Skunk Works Reveals Compact Fusion Reactor Details >>
* Why We Will Never Make A Nuclear Fusion Reactor As Good As The Sun >>

* The E-cat: cold fusion or scientific fraud? (Synopsis) >>
* EMC2 Park Presented on Polywell Fusion >>
* World’s thinnest piezoelectricity generator >>

* Even the latest malware detection systems can be bypassed >>
* Scientists create new protein-based material with some nerve >>
* More Americans using mobile devices to access Internet >>

* Death Star moon is ‘wonky or watery’ >>
* Whistleblower nurse describes ‘chaos’ at US Ebola hospital >>
* 10 of the world’s most impressive ski lifts >>

* Coming Soon: Japan’s First Plane in 50 Years >>
* Curing Cancer, review, Channel 4: ‘surprisingly uplifting’ >>
* Google Funds New Brazil – U.S. Undersea Fiber Optic Cable >>

* Yamaha Demos Agricultural RoboCopter, But Humans Can’t Unleash It Yet >>
* Precision control of 3D printing of metals at specific microscale locations orientations >>
* Open-source solar-powered 3D printers can go almost anywhere >>

* 8 most important announcements from the Apple iPad and Mac event >>
* Apple Pay Is Coming October 20 >>
* Apple reveals the 27-inch iMac with Retina Display starting at $2,499 >>
* Apple officially outs the iPad mini 3, pre-orders start tomorrow >>

* Suspended Animation In Space Travel: What Scientists Still Need To Learn >>
* The World’s Most Badass Combine Harvester Just Set a World Record >>
* Amazon to Hire 80,000 Holiday Workers >>

* Want To Train Your Brain To Feel More Compassion? Here’s How >>
* Can Organic Solar Cells Reach Old Age? >>
* China likely to get Russia newest missiles, fighters, submarines and high speed rail to Europe >>

* Researchers Make One-Atom-Thin Electrical Generator >>
* Reusable Rocket Economics and a $500 billion program to make space travel like the airline industry >>
* In the Future, Your Umbrella Will Be Half-Vibrator, Half-Airgun >>

* VIDEO: World’s fastest ambulance >>
* Tiny ‘nanoflares’ might heat the Sun’s corona >>
* Generation Y didnt go crazy in a vacuum. How can we enjoy life when our future is so uncertain? >>

* Scientists Analyzed The Pathogens In New York City’s Rats — Results Even Grosser Than Expected >>
* The Future of IoT – virtual sensors for virtual worlds >>
* Microsoft’s JavaScript Engine Gets Two-Tiered Compilation >>
* Our Solar System’s Post-Apocalyptic Future >>

* Ground up data is the next big data >>
* Researchers to build wearable interface to make prosthetics more comfortable >>
* FUTURISM UPDATE (October 17, 2014) >>

* CBS launches ‘All Access’ subscription streaming service >>
* Frigid Polar Vortex Unlikely to Repeat This Winter >>
* The Matrix Trilogy summarized in less than 3 minutes >>

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