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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 09 March 2015

* Shape of eye’s ‘light pipes’ is key to colour sorting >>
* Solar plane prepares for record attempt >>
* Would you wear a necklace that stops you overeating? >>

* 6 things to expect from Apple’s Watch event on Monday >>
* The Evolution Of The Browser >>
* The Future Of Voice-Activated AI Sounds Awesome >>

* Energy-Generating Fabric Set To Power Battery-Free Wearables >>
* Self-driving vehicles and robotic clerks could take your job in 20 years >>
* New Mobile Software Allows Fans To Digitally Pay For Stadium Parking >>

* Dubai’s 3D-Printed Museum of the Future Looks Like Science Fiction >>
* World’s Most Powerful Solid Booster Set for Space Launch System Test Firing on March 11 >>

* Oldest remains of human ancestors could prove that we evolved from different species >>
* Beacons moving out of pilot, helping retailers, marketers revolutionise in-store shopping >>
* No one cared about smartwatches until the Apple Watch came, one app design firm says >>

* Can We Trust Robot Cars to Make Hard Choices? >>
* The 20 best places to live overseas >>
* Death of Queen Elizabeth will be most disruptive event in Britain in last 70 years >>

* Detecting Cancer By Sound [Audio] >>
* Are nanorobots and atomically precise manufacturing becoming mainstream nanotech? >>
* 11 of the top 10 tech predictions that look silly in hindsight. >>

* Cancer: The mysterious miracle cases inspiring doctors >>
* Tiny pop-up “cell playgrounds” fold themselves >>

* Two-thirds of consumers say they’d like to shop using Oculus >>
* Putting Oculus Rift On A Robot >>
* What are some interesting theoretical limits? >>

* New Error Correction Takes Us a Step Closer to Quantum Computing >>
* Twitter Traffic Reflects What People Like on TV, Study Says >>

* Job creation/job destruction >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day >>

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