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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 April 2015

* Google launches Project Fi mobile phone network >>
* Facebook launches Hello, aims to replace your Android phone’s dialer >>
* Not for everyone: Intel Compute Stick is a PC that fits in your pocket >>

* Wireless routers could spy on your breathing and heartbeat >>
* Device Automatically Tests Different Drugs In An Actual Tumor To Find The Best >>
* Drone Bombs Crops With Beneficial Bugs >>

* Tesla’s home battery: Elon Musk will unveil power pack next week, could slash electricity bills >>
* IQ Prediction from Structural MRI using Machine Learning >>
* Autism risk genes also linked to higher intelligence >>

* Drones Smuggle Contraband Over Prison Walls >>
* For The First Time, Researchers Edit The Genes Of Human Embryos >>

* Laser-enabled Iron Man glove could shoot your eye out >>
* Can the U.S. Go All-Electric? >>

* Here’s How The Moon Was Made | Video >>
* Researching Biomimetic Applied Technology to Mimic Biological Functions >>
* Soggy Computing: Liquid Devices Might Match the Brain’s Efficiency >>

* Baidu’s Boffin Describes Beijing’s Homegrown Self-Driving Car >>
* Building a New Home? Better Make It Solar Ready >>
* New WiFi system uses LED lights to boost bandwidth tenfold >>

* Scientists turn old smartphones into all-seeing eyes >>
* Acoustically driven controls go beyond a smartphone’s touch screen >>
* Augmented Reality Glasses Are Coming To The Battlefield >>

* Project Fi: Google’s Plan To Fix Your Wireless Service Is Here >>
* Google finally pulls the curtain off ts Project Fi wireless service >>
* Google’s ‘Project Fi’ wireless service is officially here >>

* Say hi to Fi: A new way to say hello >>
* Don’t expect Google’s wireless phone service to have a major impact just yet >>
* Google Introduces Wireless Service Called Project Fi >>

* Facebook Hello shows who’s calling your Android phone >>
* Facebook launches Hello, aims to replace your Android phone’s dialer >>
* The 3D Future of Sound >>

* Intel Compute Stick Review: Don’t Buy It >>
* Intel ‘Compute Stick’ PC-Over-HDMI Dongle Launched, Tested >>
* Concerns of an Artificial Intelligence Pioneer >>

* Virtual Reality Games Can Improve Memory Retention of Safety Instructions >>
* Mini’s weird-looking AR goggles are actually useful >>
* It’s No Hoverboard, But This Levitating Light Bulb Is Still a Neat Trick >>

* Trillions Will Depend on Whether Driverless Cars Require Human Drivers >>
* Emerging technologies are disrupting product design life cycles >>
* Predicting A Future Where Products Are Parented >>

* The Vast Implications Of The Networked Economy >>
* Mobile money transfers to Africa expected to hit $33 billion this year >>
* Could Scientists Re-grow Teeth In The Lab? >>

* The Age of Wind and Solar Is Closer Than You Think >>
* Defense Mobile launches wireless service for vets >>

* Computer-assisted diagnosis tool helps physicians assess skin conditions >>
* Lethal liver cancer can be spotted early >>
* Russia wants to build a supercarrier, and it’s a total waste >>

* Intel’s 10nm Secrets likely Quantum well FETs, germanium, InGaAs >>
* TSMC discusses 10 nanometer roadmap >>
* Asleep-Yet-Aware Electronics Could lower power usage of Remote Wireless Sensors by 1000x >>

* NASA 3D Prints the World’s First Full-Scale Copper Rocket Engine Part >>
* Germ-Line (inheritable) human “improvement” via genetic engineering? The “Heinlein Solut >>
* The Future And You–April 22, 2015 >>

* A small drone found on roof of Japanese prime minister’s office — laced with radiation >>
* What about Earth’s Microbiome? >>
* New Genetic Tests for Breast Cancer Hold Promise >>

* Check Your Vitals w Wi-fi; Radar-inspired System Could Make Health-monitoring Devices Obsolete >>
* 3D Printer; Capable of Printing Advanced Materials Using New Pressurized Spray Technology >>
* 3D Printed Rocket Engine Project Goes to Next Level With Ignus Engine & Kickstarter >>

* China set for 20 gigawatts of solar after first quarter splurge doubles previous year >>
* Amazon wants to deliver packages to the trunk of your car >>
* Smart guns: They’re ready. Are we? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 April 2015

* Fungal Dna Can Be Used To Track Where A Speck Of Dust Came From >>
* Japan train breaks speed record >>
* Google’s wireless phone service may launch tomorrow and it will put the squeeze on big phone companies >>

* MIT Turns Thumbnail into Trackpad >>
* From Engineer to Manager: How to Cope With Promotion >>
* All-photonic Quantum Repeaters: a Major Step Towards a Worldwide Quantum Internet >>

* Laser-printed polysilicon transistors on paper >>
* How Benford’s Law Reveals Suspicious Activity on Twitter >>
* PR2 Robot Figures Out How to Make a Latte >>

* Russia printed mouse thyroid gland and are targeting a functioning bioprinted kidney in 2018 >>
* Better Architecture >>
* Genome Gambits >>

* Peace Through Grids >>
* Editing Human DNA >>
* Eat Your Veggies >>

* 40 Percent of Hanford Nuclear Waste Would Fit in One 5-km Deep Borehole >>
* Robots Test George Clooney’s Home Security In New Tomorrowland Trailer >>
* MIT’s Self-Assembling Table Could Change The Way You Build Ikea Furniture >>

* Maglev Train Exceeds 600km/h For World Record >>
* 3.46-Billion-Year-Old ‘Fossils’ Were Not Created By Life Forms >>
* Welcome to the Smart Garden of Edyn >>

* Gaming on the Apple Watch >>
* Babies feel pain just like adults: Study >>
* Listen to your heart to control behaviour >>

* Human hibernation may be possible >>
* ‘Liquid biopsy’ using blood test is latest weapon against cancer >>
* Scientists Have Discovered the Biggest Known ‘Structure’ In the Universe >>

* New gene therapy may cure childhood immune condition >>
* SpaceX has discovered what caused its Falcon 9 rocket to crash land and explode >>
* Elon Musk’s first wife explains what it takes to become a billionaire >>

* Study Tests Powdered Insulin to Prevent Diabetes >>
* Researcher warns of increased cancer risk with excess supplement use >>
* Scientists Are Using Electrodes to Remote-Control People >>

* New tabletop detector ‘sees’ single electrons >>
* Whiteboards of the future: New electronic paper could make inexpensive electronic displays >>
* 3D Printers Are Changing The Way People Think About Manufacturing >>

* Russia printed mouse thyroid gland and are targeting a functioning bioprinted kidney in 2018 >>
* 3D printers are churning out made-to-order bones and rudimentary organs >>
* Tomorrowland’s Problem Isn’t Tomorrow, It’s Yesterday >>

* “Supermassive Black Hole Exists Where It Shouldn’t Be” –Inside a Blob Galaxy >>
* Internet of Everything Is a Simply Massive Opportunity: $19 Trillion in Next Decade >>
* My bank is now staffed by a helpful robot >>

* Judge gives chimpanzees human rights for the first time (update) >>
* Drone-proofing The Boston Marathon >>
* Creepy Robot That Imitates Facial Expressions May Soon Greet You At Hotels >>

* New mass extinction event identified by geologists >>
* New Postal Service fleet could include drones >>
* 170-year-old champagne found in seabed reveals winemaking history >>

* IEEE chaps propose QoS for SDN across the public internet >>
* $250 DIY test for breast cancer: 10x times cheaper than existing tech >>

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