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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 November 2014

* Google teaches its driverless cars to be more AGGRESSIVE: Vehicles now nudge into traffic to compete with pushy drivers >>

* NASA Airship Could Watch The Stars Without The Need Of a Rocket >>
* Doubling the speed of cellphone data with a simple full duplex circuit >>
* Hyve 3D has virtual reality without visors >>

* Inside the Dynomak: A Fusion Technology Cheaper Than Coal >>
* NTSB Decision Defining “Aircraft” as Anything That Flies Lacks Common Sense >>
* “The Image of the Century”–Astronomers Poised to Capture an Image of Milky Way’s “Unseeable” Supermassive Black Hole >>

* Here’s The First 3-D Part Printed In Space. Where Will That Take Us Next? >>
* Cool Tools: A Catalog of Possibilities >>
* Megaupload overlord Kim Dotcom: The US HAS RADICALISED ME! >>

* Stunning Drone Footage From Beneath The Ice Of Antarctica >>
* Dogs researchers find canines process language in similar way to humans >>
* ‘Eye of Sauron’: Using supermassive black holes to measure cosmic distances >>

* The ‘smart spoon’ is one of Google’s best purchases in years >>
* “Giant” charge density disturbances discovered in nanomaterials >>
* New smartphone app promises easy eye testing worldwide >>

* Skype now lets you videocall while doing other things on Android >>
* TV 3.0 Is Already Here >>
* Mute your TV by ‘shushing’ it: Onecue system controls your home’s gadgets, heat and lights using gestures and commands >>

* New process can convert human-generated waste into fuel in space >>
* Transparent driverless concept car lets you set up office anywhere >>
* Wireless electronic implants stop staph >>

* Facebook isn’t dying. It’s just changing >>
* U.S. Drone Strikes: 96.5% Of ‘Targeted Assassinations’ In Middle East Missed Terrorists, Killed Civilians
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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 November 2014 http://wp.me/puxrR-1TA >>

* Virtual Reality Isn’t Just For Games. It’s Going To Change Everything >>
* Researchers Uncover Government Spy Tool Used to Hack Telecoms >>
* Blu-ray Discs Spin Their Way Into Making Solar Cells More Efficient >>

* Will 2015 see the emergence of a Diamond Age of Microelectronics ? >>
* Three Billion People Are On The Internet Now >>
* Internet Users Surge to Almost 3 Billion Worldwide >>

* What Futuristic Technology Are You The Least Excited For? >>
* Google launches ‘smart’ spoon to help steady shaking hands >>
* NASA Encourages Asteroid Mining, Contracts Two Private Companies >>

* In a self-driving future, we may not want to own cars >>
* The strange world of computer-generated novels >>
* Forget your keys? There’s an app for that >>

* Interstellar Might Depict AI Slavery >>
* The First 3-D Printer in Space Makes Its First Object: A Spare Part >>
* Support Mach Effect Propulsion research via the Space Studies Institute fund raising effort >>

* Automation Makes Us Dumb >>
* Genetics Suggest Autism Isn’t Just One Disorder—It’s Hundreds | WIRED >>
* Rohinni’s Lightpaper Is Incredibly Thin, And Printable >>

* Google Glass Is Dead; Long Live Smart Glasses >>
* Wireless electronic implants deliver antibiotic, then harmlessly dissolve >>
* Graphene and Ammonia Combine for Novel Ferroelectric Tunnel Junction >>

* How Orion Capsule’s First Flight Test Works (Infographic) >>

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