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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 November 2014

* The DJI Inspire 1 is a $2,900 drone with a 4K camera >>
* Cameras talk to each other to identify, track people >>
* IBM’s Watson Will Give You Personalized Health Advice Based on Your DNA >>

* Genetic Analysis Of 110-Year-Olds Finds No Secret >>
* Study: The Internet of Things Has An Enthusiasm Gap >>

* Twisted-light waves transmitted in air over a 3-kilometer path >>
* Internet Of Things: Software platforms will become the rage in 2015 >>
* SkreensTV aims to put every possible show on your TV at once >>

* Wattcost tracks when different electrical appliances are turned on or off >>
* Sharp’s new 736ppi display shows the pixel-density race is far from over >>

* World’s tallest man meets world’s shortest in London >>
* Flawed gene may curb heart attack risk by half >>
* VIDEO: Samsung’s mobile VR headset >>

* Feels Like Driving In The Future >>
* To Hit Fast Forward On The Internet Of Things, Get Personal >>
* Broader Perspective: Counterparty/Ethereum: Why Bitcoin topped $450 today (was under $350 last week) >>

* How I Stopped Cosmonauts From Carrying Guns >>
* Cameras talk to each other to identify, track people >>
* Robots vs. Ebola: What Makes Sense, and What Doesn’t >>

* Descent to a Comet >>
* An artificial retina based on semiconductor nanorods and carbon nanotubes >>
* Unlock Your Computer and Websites with a Glance >>

* Improved lithium ion, solid state lithium ion and lithium Sulphur batteries >>
* Rise of the Robot Security Guards >>
* Mars’ Atmosphere Provides Insights into Weather on Venus, Saturn’s Titan & the Gas Giants >>

* Philae Sends First Photo from the Comet’s Surface >>
* Comet Landing Bumpier Than First Thought >>
* Could There Be Organic Matter on Mars? >>

* This Electric Fence Could Safely Segregate Swimmers and Sharks >>
* Monster Storms Sighted on Ice Giant Uranus –Hints of a Hidden Vortex >>
* NASA’s Pathfinding Orion Rolls to Launch Pad, Hoisted atop Rocket for Maiden Blastoff >>

* Of Course You Can Track Domino’s Pizza On Your Smartwatch Now >>
* Don’t let the simple graphics fool you: NASA’s Comet Quest is a complex and addictive online game th >>
* Mellanox preps to ship 100 Gbps adapters >>

* With Movie Creator, Microsoft wants to help produce better highlight reel videos >>
* Your Incompetent Boss Is Making You Unhappy >>
* Smart earrings can monitor your health even when you’re in a dress >>

* All ‘quantum weirdness’ may be caused by interacting parallel worlds, physicist theorizes >>
* Bits Blog: A Heart Simulator, Meant to Help the Real Thing >>
* First Look At DJI’s New, Incredible Drone >>

* Electronic ‘tongue’ to ensure food quality >>
* Light-Sensitive Neurons Reveal the Brain’s Secrets >>
* Will the Mars One reality TV mission ever take off? >>

* Afkar electric cars will drive short distances autonomously >>
* Computers Projected To Overtake Human Brain By 2020 >>
* Breakthrough in High-Temperature Superconductivity >>

* Neurio Home Intelligence >>
* Lung Regeneration Mechanism Discovered >>
* Oculus VR’s software development kit for mobile is now available >>

* How 3D printing could revolutionize burn treatment >>
* 43 Facts That Prove Your Brain Is the Most Powerful Supercomputer on the Planet >>
* Seagate preps for 30TB laser-assisted hard drives >>

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