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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 March 2015

* Voice Control Will Force an Overhaul of the Whole Internet >>
* Now Algorithms Are Deciding Whom To Hire, Based On Voice >>

* Watch Mark Zuckerberg explain what the new Messenger app will do >>
* Facebook’s Oculus Rift demo hints at VR’s future >>
* Facebook Will Put 360-Degree Spherical Videos Right In Your News Feed >>

* Facebook pushes into the internet of things, hoping to help power your smart devices >>
* Facebook is taking a huge swing at YouTube with its new video player >>
* Messenger will supposedly become a platform, opened to developers >>

* Earth’s Most Powerful Physics Machine Gets Back in Action >>
* How we’re teaching computers to understand pictures >>

* Sensors Embedded into 3D Printed Casts and Braces Will Track Patients’ Progress >>
* Meet MobBob – The 3D Printed Robot, Controlled with an Intuitive Smartphone Body >>

* NASA scales down mission to ‘lasso’ an entire asteroid >>
* The father of all humans lived 239,000 years ago >>
* SpaceX tests the safety rockets for its manned space vehicles >>

* In Iceland’s DNA, New Clues to Disease-Causing Genes >>
* This router hack is injecting ads and porn into random websites >>
* Driverless cars need to be spy machines so they don’t kill you >>

* The Himalayas from 20,000 ft. >>
* Watch The New Jaguar XF Complete The World’s Longest High-Wire Crossing By Car >>
* Ebola Vaccine Trial Starts in Guinea >>

* Microsoft prepares Windows 10 for panoply of sensors >>
* Microsoft tightens Windows 10’s Secure Boot screws: Where does that leave Linux? >>

* Growing A Biological Drone To Explore Mars >>
* Too much sleep as bad as too little, claims study >>
* Ford Introduces Cars That Can Recognize and Obey Speed Limit Signs >>

* New Frog Species Can Change The Shape Of Its Skin >>
* This Jet Engine Will Take a Car to 1,000MPH >>
* Inside Google’s Insanely Popular Emotional Intelligence Course >>

* Japanese researchers claim they can use worms to detect cancer in human urine. >>
* NTT DoCoMo rolls out smartphone-controlled wheelchairs in Japan >>

* Neuroscientists pinpoint cell type in the brain that controls body clock >>
* NASA’s Curiosity rover finds fatty acids on Mars >>
* Three ways to fix the LHC before its big reboot >>

* Mars has nitrogen, key to life: Nasa >>
* End in sight for Delta IV rocket; launch Wednesday >>
* Google wants you to use Gmail to pay your Bills >>

* Scientists develop first 3D mini lung >>
* Your poop could be a goldmine, worth millions >>
* NASA’s Opportunity rover just completed an 11-year marathon on Mars >>

* Cities Take Lead On App Development >>
* On-Demand Employment: How Today’s Workers Are Choosing Journeys Over Jobs >>

* It Should Be Legal To Hack Your DNA >>
* Black Hole Winds Quench Star Formation in Entire Galaxies >>
* The great tech debate: Are we in a bubble or not? >>

* Hubble Space Telescope Successor on Track for 2018 Launch, NASA Tells Congress >>
* SpaceX’s Next Dragon Spaceship, Rocket-Landing Site Sign Star in Photos >>
* Ford cars slow when they see speed-limit signs >>

* Almost 3,000 atoms entangled with a single photon >>
* Path to Better OLEDs, Organic Solar Cells Found >>
* Ollie the Baby Otter Is a Therapy Robot That’s Actually Affordable >>

* Quantum Field Theory R&D – Analysis and Prediction of Strongly Correlated Quantum Many-Body Systems >>
* Amazon Robot Contest May Accelerate Warehouse Automation >>
* Optogenetics without the genetics >>

* Biotech boot camp >>
* Not sharing enough online? Try Open Humans >>

* Crash again raises the issue of the need for live streaming of aircraft flight data. >>
* Germanwings plane crash: Black box ‘has usable data’ >>

* BT returns to mobile phone market >>
* Why VR could be the next big thing in porn >>
* For Asteroid-Capture Mission, NASA Picks ‘Option B’ for Boulder >>

* Can we cure the common hangover? >>
* 47 Startups That Launched At Y Combinator Winter 2015 Demo Day 2 >>
* 2015 New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards finalists announced >>

* Robot ‘baby’ Links Posture To Learning >>
* Why Drone Regulations Are Taking Forever >>
* Scientists Spot Gene Tied to Girls’ Severe Autism >>

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