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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 May 2015

* Flying Car Falls From The Sky >>
* Self-driving car accidents revealed in California >>
* New device blocks pain signals from reaching brain >>

* Astronomers bypass visible light to map the Galaxy’s structure >>
* Even Robots Now Have Their Own Virtual World >>
* Robot pets to rise in an overpopulated world >>

* Holography Makes 3-D On-Chip Batteries >>
* Tiny Cubesats Set to Explore Deep Space >>
* First baby born with IVF that uses stem cells to pep up old eggs >>

* Disappointing tech: When did the future get so ugly? >>
* TOMORROW’S ADVANCE MAN; Marc Andreessen’s plan to win the future. >>
* Tesla’s low-cost renewable battery could revolutionise Africa’s energy supply >>

* The End Of Moore’s Law? Or The End Of The American Entrepreneurial Spirit? >>
* Car (Electrification) Trouble? GM Says Demand For Electric Cars Has Not Met Projections >>
* For $19, this USB stick turns almost anything into a button >>

* NASA Funds ‘Squid Rover,’ 14 Other Far-Out Space Tech Ideas >>
* Some people are saying that Microsoft is a cooler place to work than Google >>
* Here’s the crazy training schedule of young guys who make a huge salary playing video games >>

* Google CEO Larry Page says Elon Musk is ‘kind of homeless’ in Silicon Valley and sometimes asks if he can sleep over >>
* High-speed trains are coming — and they could change the way we travel >>
* How energy companies and utilities are using the ‘Internet of Things’ to be more efficient and save billions >>

* Wireless video interface between infrared weapon sight with real time integratation with night vision goggles >>
* Spooky Quantum Action Might Hold the Universe Together >>

* Aperture: A Precise Extremely large Reflective Telescope Using Re-configurable Elements >>
* US Supersonic B1-B bomb er is getting a scalable beam radar upgrade >>
* No Warp Drive Here: NASA Downplays ‘Impossible’ EM Drive Space Engine >>

* NASA Funds Electricity-Harvesting Robotic Space Eel With Explosive Jet Thrusters and Electroluminescent Skin >>
* The World’s Most Dangerous Driving Simulator >>
* $6+ billion in Anti-missile system and electronic warfare upgrades to handle new supersonic missiles >>

* DEEP IN Directed Energy Propulsion for Interstellar Exploration >>
* 3D Ball Mill Capable of Efficient Pulverization and Mixing with High-speed >>
* Microdrones >>

* Fully-Functional TRON Lightcycle Sold For $77,000 >>
* Chip, The $9 Computer, Could Fuel An Explosion Of New Applications >>

* This 6TB Fixstar SSD could be the last hard drive you’ll need for a good long while >>
* What you need to know about the laws of space >>

* In a first, AT&T stamps its brand on a tablet, offering Android 5.0, 8-inch screen >>
* How Nanomaterials Can Help Make Fuel from Sunlight >>
* Humans to Mars Summit on This Week @NASA >>

* Tesla battery gamechanger: Vector chief >>
* Google suspends Map Maker service after digital vandalism >>
* Cloud computing by the numbers: The rise of the private and hybrid cloud >>

* The Importance Of Founders >>
* The Next Facebook Won’t Be From Silicon Valley >>

* Super-fast Wi-Fi is coming to a public hotspot near you >>
* Dark Chocolate Reduces Blood Pressure, Boosts Concentration >>

* Apparent slowing of sea level rise is artefact of satellite data >>
* Autonomous underwater vehicle robots get ‘cognitive’ control >>
* Physics be damned, we can’t stop obsessing over NASA’s ‘impossible engine’ >>

* The Machine Vision Algorithm Beating Art Historians at Their Own Game >>
* Flying Car Inventor Survives Test Flight Crash >>
* Making the machines that make machines >>

* High-tech fitting rooms suggest other items you might like >>
* European Countries to Begin 3D Printing Human Bones >>
* Google Needs To Come Clean About Its Self-Driving Car Crashes >>

* These Are All the TV Shows Have Been Renewed and Canceled So Far >>
* ’24’ Renewal: Fox Bringing Show Back, What’s Known So Far? >>
* Watch the first trailer for the Minority Report TV show >>

* “Snow Cleaning” Keeps This Giant Telescope Mirror Perfectly Pristine >>
* Apple and Microsoft’s visions for the future are delightfully different >>

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