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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 April 2015

* Digital tattoo lets you control devices with mind power alone >>
* Japan is sending a Smart Lander to the Moon in 2018 >>
* Microsoft Releases New Windows 10, It’s The Big One >>

* Mit Invention Turns Salt Water Into Drinking Water Using Solar Power >>
* Google Wants To Be Your Wireless Carrier >>
* Summer Movie Preview: 28 Movies To Geek Out On! >>

* A Smartphone Eye Exam Service Launches in New York >>
* Homemade Iron Man Glove Fires Lasers >>
* I want the world’s first head transplant’ – video >>

* Virtual Telescope Readied To Image Black Hole’s ‘Ring of Fire’ >>
* iOS WiFi Bug Allows Remote Reboot of All Devices In Area >>

* You can pre-order Samsung’s new Gear VR for Galaxy S6 on April 24 >>
* Matternet To Test The First Real Drone Delivery System In Switzerland >>

* 3D-printed model of London’s buildings lets you see the future >>
* Blame Genes If Mosquitoes Like The Way You Smell >>
* Controversial Gene-Editing Approach Gains Ground >>

* Thousands of Apple Watch apps tested without the device — will they be any good? >>
* Audi and Amazon to try car-boot delivery service >>
* Tinnitus mapped inside human brain >>

* Mammoth genome sequence completed >>
* Hubble Telescope celebrates 25th anniversary >>

* The first YouTube video uploaded 10 years ago >>
* Facebook investors find out true cost of WhatsApp deal >>
* Sci-Fi Fans Rejoice! Avalanche of Sci-Fi Movie Trailers Released >>

* A test soon to detect kidney disease early >>
* Kerala scientist develops innovative emergency exit system >>
* This atomic clock will be accurate for 15 billion years >>

* Should We Arm the International Space Station With Lasers to Destroy Space Junk? >>
* Tesla Isn’t an Automaker. It’s a Battery Company >>
* Fly Through A 3D City Of Stars To Honor Hubble | Video >>

* “Alien Light” –A Key to the Discovery of Habitable Worlds >>
* NASA Mulls Spy Agency’s Telescopes for Dark-Energy Mission >>
* 3-D Printed Graphene Aerogels Could Improve Sensors and Batteries >>

* Documentary on eSports Shows Video Games in Transition >>
* Android Creator Andy Rubin’s Playground for Hardware Startups >>
* Proposal Would Put Laser Cannon on ISS to Blast Space Junk >>

* Baseball’s Player-tracking Statcast System Debuts >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day >>
* Interactive biotechnology learning and design using games and remote-control labs >>

* How to identify which cancer drugs work best for each patient >>
* High-speed MRI technique captures complex vocal movements at 100 frames per second >>
* A research team finds that gene editing isn’t yet reliable enough to engineer the human species. >>

* Tesla’s New Battery Could Solve One of Solar Power’s Biggest Problems >>
* Pesticides giving bees a nicotine habit – study >>
* Emotional Intelligence Doesn’t Translate Across Borders >>

* Increasing the accuracy of genome editing >>
* How the movies are preparing us for our new robot overlords >>
* X Prize and Disney Team Up For ‘Create Tomorrowland’ Challenge | Video >>

* The Whole Universe Is MUCH Bigger Than The Observable Universe | Video >>
* NASA Uses Mars Rover Tech to Design the Perfect Urban Car >>
* A GPS-Equipped Falcon Could Keep Birds From Flying Into Wind Turbines >>

* For The First Time, Visible Light From An Exoplanet Detected >>
* Computer Program Diagnoses Cancer >>
* An Algorithm Set Revolutionizes 3-D Protein Structure Discovery >>

* Ancient Viruses, Once Foes, May Now Serve as Friends >>
* Google is still the Internet company to beat >>

* Ultra-sensitive sensor detects individual electrons >>
* Scientists use nanoscale building blocks and DNA ‘glue’ to shape 3D superlattices >>
* Mark Zuckerberg shared some simple advice for success: Don’t give up >>

* A 4D Printed Valve That Actuates According to Water Temperature >>
* 3D Printed Liver Model Saves Man’s Life in China >>

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