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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 June 2015

* Human Vs. Robot: Bricklaying Robot Can Place 1,000 Bricks an Hour >>
* A robot called Hadrian wants to build you a house in two days >>
* Samsung could commercialize lithium ion batteries with double the battery life by 2018 >>

* This is what happens when a Google robot gets annoyed with a human >>
* Would Astronauts Have Survived the SpaceX Rocket Explosion? >>
* Big-Bang Theory: “The Universe has Slowed Down and Speeded Up Seven Times” >>

* ‘Exomoons’ Capable of Supporting Life May Be Common >>
* China readying deployment of synchronous traction system for high speed rail that would enable 50% faster operation starting around 2018 >>
* Supreme Court Decision Unlikely to Stall the Shift Away from Coal Plants >>

* The Miraculous 1880s >>
* Wait, What? A Future Technology Forum >>
* Swedish scientists create an artificial neuron that mimicks an organic one >>

* Greece looks certain to default on Tuesday >>
* Researchers Slow Mers In Mice >>
* Watch This Strange Multicopter Carry A Guy >>

* This Week’s TV: Animals Decide to Take Back the Planet from Humanity >>
* Artificial Neurons Could Replace Some Real Ones In Your Brain >>
* Solar Plane Passes Point Of No Return Over The Pacific >>

* The All-Lego Bricasso Printer Creates Mosaics Using Just Your Bricks >>
* How Long Does It Really Take to Think a Thought? >>
* Livecoding.tv Is Twitch.tv For Coding >>

* Drug-delivery implant can keep you medicated for years, and it’s being commercialized now >>
* Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2015 Will Launch On July 20 >>
* ‘Top Gun 2’ will pit Tom Cruise against drones >>

* Terminator TV series will be back >>
* Telescope filter helps spot Earth-like alien worlds >>
* SpaceX’s Failed CRS-7 Mission Had Something To Do With An “Overpressure Event” >>

* Digital disruption underway as 4 in 10 industry incumbents face extinction >>
* Single cells made to levitate, just like frogs and mice >>
* Could an inflamed brain be a hidden cause of depression? >>

* Report: Next iPhone likely to add Force Touch >>
* Netflix Will Soon Outperform All Major TV Networks >>
* Google has a cool new wearable, but it’s not for consumers >>

* Google’s $20M Race to the Moon >>
* This is why SpaceX rocket explosion is a big loss >>
* Will tweaked microbes make Mars Earth-like? >>

* Why Tomorrow is Going to Be One Second Longer than Today >>
* Kurzweil Responds to ‘When Robots Are Everywhere, What Will Humans Be Good For?’ [Video] >>

* Court decides wrangle over shot-down drone >>
* Dutch campaigners fly abortion pills into Poland >>
* Pancreatic cancer blood test breakthrough >>

* What Emotion-reading Computers Are Learning About Us >>
* US Teens Win International Rocketry Challenge >>
* Engineers more than double data transmission capacity over fiber-optic cables >>

* Reaction Engines UK will have new tests of their Skylon Single stage to orbit Sabre Spaceplane engines prototype >>
* How Would You Like Your Robo-Car? Barista-bot? Burrito-mobile? Rolling Movie Theater? >>

* A Cure for MERS (in Mice) >>
* The F-35 Can’t Beat The Plane It’s Replacing In A Dogfight: Report >>
* Soon, Your Phone Could Warn You If You’re Approaching Railroad Tracks >>

* MIT Invented a Way to Automatically Fix Software Bugs With Borrowed Code >>
* MIT tests ‘software transplants’ to fix buggy code >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 June 2015

* SpaceX Dragon Destroyed in Catastrophic Explosion Soon After Florida Blastoff >>
* Falcon 9 rockets will be grounded for ‘a number of months’: SpaceX >>
* How Serious a Setback Is the SpaceX Rocket Explosion? >>

* Uber’s latest service takes you across continents in a speed boat >>
* Fitbit tracking data comes up in another court case >>
* Despite Regulatory Nod, Cheap Ebola Test Still Undeployed >>

* In the Future, Autonomous Coffee Shops Might Rule the Road >>
* Print-My-Ride: The World Is Going Towards 3D Printing Like Never Before >>

* Samsung tech would nearly double your phone’s battery life >>
* Earth-Moon Combination Is Likely Very Rare, Study Confirms >>

* A Computer’s Heat Could Divulge Top Secrets >>
* Country air could be good for us because it’s slightly poisonous >>
* Brain scans to help people with obsessive-compulsive disorder >>

* Eyes go red and stingy after swimming because of urine, not chlorine >>
* UK plans world’s first artificial blood transfusions by 2017 >>
* Google’s self-driving cars are accident-prone – but it may not be their fault >>

* Solar Impulse takes off on delayed Pacific flight >>
* Apple’s co-founder: We’re all going to be robots’ pets one day >>
* This Guy’s Neighbor Will Pay For Shooting Down His Drone >>

* Were All Those Rainbow Profile Photos Another Facebook Experiment? >>
* Detecting Nudity With AI and OpenCV >>
* Google-powered beer fridge translates thirst in 40 languages >>

* Students make a working miniature Hyperloop, proves it’s feasible on small scale >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 June 2015

* Electricity from your garden >>
* Japan seniors’ home deploys cloud-connected air conditioners, motion sensors >>
* Google Made A Chatbot That Debates The Meaning Of Life >>

* Stress Makes Your Brain Stronger: Try Fasting >>
* Freeze sperm at 18, bioethicist urges men >>
* Mushroom used in Chinese medicine ‘slows weight gain’ >>

* Computer Builds Mario Bros. Levels After Watching Youtube >>
* Self-driving Cars Successfully Avoid Collision >>

* The Computer Chip That Never Forgets >>
* Spacex talks about how and why they want to land rockets >>
* Northern Lights Shimmer in Gorgeous 5-Hour Time-Lapse (Video) >>

* Graphene Magnetic Sensor Hundred Times More Sensitive Than Silicon >>
* Same-sex marriage legalized in US >>
* Graphene-based magnetic sensor 100 times more sensitive than an equivalent silicon device >>

* Schizophrenia May Be the Price We Pay for a Big Brain >>
* DARPA Is Already Working On Designer Organisms To Terraform Mars >>
* GENOME MAP COULD SPARE SHEEP FROM ‘FLYSTRIKE’ >>

* You can put a rainbow filter over your Facebook profile photo in one click >>
* The flying car has arrived and it looks scary as hell >>
* New Process Can Print Stretchy Electronics Onto Your Clothes >>

* Crazy fast X-ray laser catches chemical reactions in the act >>
* Listening To The Voice Of The Patient In Precision Medicine >>
* New Process Can Print Stretchy Electronics Onto Your Clothes >>

* Rats dream about the places they wish to go >>
* Watch This Car Drive On Two Wheels For An Insane Record Two Minutes >>
* This Tactical Camera Ball Spots Danger Before Police Enter It >>

* Behold, the Latest Laser Built for Frying Rogue Drones >>
* This Nanobot Gun Could One Day Assemble Inside Your Body And Shoot You >>
* Robot Writers Need Something To Say >>

* Where Is The Internet-Of-Things Being Invented? Not In Silicon Valley >>
* Searching For The Next Wave Of Education Innovation >>

* ‘Close call’ between self-driving cars was just routine, Google and Delphi say >>
* Here’s what it’s like to control your lights with Siri >>
* The Quest for Lab-Grown Meat >>

* Nanoparticle-based Fibers Could Lead To No-fade Textiles With Structural Color >>
* Windows 10 Upgrades Cannot Be Stopped >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – June 26, 2015: Paul Sutter, CCAPP Visiting Fellow >>

* Google’s Cars are Now Smarter, and Slower >>
* Google and Delphi Robocars Meet on the Road >>
* Video Friday: iCub Is Evolving, Mind-Controlled Robot, and ROS for Drones >>

* Google’s new AI can answer dumb IT questions or tell you the meaning of life >>
* Spintronics advance brings wafer-scale quantum devices closer to reality >>
* Finally we will get free gigabit Wi-Fi everywhere and of course it will come from Google >>

* Could nanowires be the LEDs of the future? >>
* Engineers Just Broke the Capacity Limit For Fiber Optic Transmission >>
* This Insanely Hard, Self-driving Robot Race Takes Place In A Parking Lot >>

* Cold Wall Chemical Vapor Deposition produces graphene at 100 times the speed and 100 times lower cost >>
* Spacex talks about how and why they want to land rockets >>
* How That Lexus Hoverboard Actually Works >>

* Computers Are Getting a Dose of Common Sense >>
* This Touchable Midair 3D Laser Display Is Pretty Magical >>
* America’s Next Top Chef Is A Supercomputer From Ibm >>

* Psychosurgeons Use Lasers To Burn Away Mental Illness >>
* Mr. Robot was renewed for a second season before it premiered >>
* Smartphone-Sized Genetic Sequencer Transcribes Entire Bacterial Genome >>

* Google tests self-driving car that belongs in A Pixar movie >>
* A germ-free smartphone in the offing >>
* ‘Virtual reality’ therapy could treat alcoholism >>

* Can game theory explain the Greek debt crisis? >>
* These tiny robots are designed to assemble themselves into a syringe >>

* The Algorithmic Society and the Birth of Religion >>
* 3-D heart printed using multiple imaging techniques >>

* A Soda Can Explosion At 62,000 FPS >>
* Why A Post-Nuclear World Would Look Nothing Like “Mad Max” >>
* Update on the leading edge of brain implant research and Kurzweils predictions for brain implants in twenty years >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 June 2015

* This device tracks cancer growth >>
* 3D printer to help build girl’s nose >>

* Why Amazon’s Echo Personal Assistant Is Worth Buying >>
* Psychosurgeons Use Lasers To Burn Away Mental Illness >>
* Brain–Brain Interface Allows Humans To Control Cockroaches With Their Minds >>

* New Google and CMU Moonshot: the ‘Teacherless Classroom’ >>
* Windows 10’s futuristic wallpaper was created with lasers, smoke machines, and crystal dust >>
* This wireless hotspot has room for 10 SIM cards for LTE roaming >>

* ‘Terminator Genisys’ will feature first-ever in-theatre interactive game at select theatres >>
* Scientists are having robots play ‘Minecraft’ to learn about human logic >>
* SpaceX is going to try a revolutionary rocket landing this Sunday — here’s how to watch >>

* 5G networks look to new frequencies to deliver gigabit speeds >>
* Google’s Latest Self-Driving Car Prototypes Are Now On Mountain View Streets >>
* Google’s unique self-driving cars hit the streets of Mountain View >>

* This Is SpaceX’s Second Barge, Preparing to Catch a Rocket on Sunday >>
* The Wireless Charging Future Is Getting Closer To Reality >>
* Man the New Windows 10 Background Is Annoying >>

* Venture Money Flows to Space Startups >>
* A Stretchable, Bendable, and More Powerful Smart-Watch Battery >>
* Self-Assembling Robotic Gun Will Shoot Through Tissue Inside Your Body >>

* Can an Algorithm Hire Better Than a Human? >>
* Samsung Invention could take Smart TV to a whole new Level >>
* Google’s next data center will be a converted coal plant >>

* Nano Satellites Work with Ground Sensors to Offer New Eye on Disaster Relief and Agriculture >>
* New Mode of Transmission May Double Fiber Optic Capacity >>
* Graphene’s Prospect in Biosensing Just Got a Boost >>

* Google Tech Talk video by Feynman Prize Winner >>
* Safety app, device let users sneakily alert friends, authorities when in danger >>

* Build an Early-Warning System for Your Bike >>
* Carbon Glow of Galaxies At ‘Cosmic Dawn’ Observed >>
* Earth and Mars May Have Shared Seeds of Life >>

* Beaming ‘Wafer’ Probes to the Stars >>
* Closing in on 50 years of being wrong – Paul Ehrlich says again environmental collapse is coming >>
* Two-Stage NASA Sounding Rocket Goes Sub-Orbital | Video >>

* America’s First New Nuclear Plant in 30 Years Is Well Under Way >>
* Netflix Is About to Be Bigger Than ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox >>
* NASA’s Earth Observatory captured this picture of something surprising in the Pacific: lava flows >>

* Smartphone Battery Drains a Lot Even with Dark Screen >>
* Graphene: Looking beyond the Hype >>
* Our eye sockets give us a wider field of view than other apes >>

* Broken Dreams: The Boeing 787 >>
* Watch Endless Gifs All Day With Tumblr Tv >>
* Gentle sex? Females just as feisty as males over reproduction >>

* Which Future Are We Heading Towards: Mad Max Or Star Trek? >>
* Future-iPhones-could-come-with-a-bendy-screen >>
* NHS to test blood made in a laboratory http://www.bbc.com/news/health-33270334 >>

* Google Founder Sergey Brin, Wife Anne Wojcicki, Quietly Divorce >>
* ‘Mr. Robot’: USA Network’s Hi-Tech Computer Hacker TV Show Starring Rami Malek Premieres Tonight >>
* Microsoft’s CEO just laid out the company’s new mission in an email to all employees >>

* Scientists finally found this insane-looking worm’s head after searching for decades >>
* Scientists put cameras on sharks — and found something surprising >>

* The Way Humans Get Electricity Is About to Change Forever >>

* Breakthrough graphene production could trigger revolution in artificial skin development >>
* Giving atoms their marching orders with nanotubes >>
* The world’s first full-color, flexible skin-like display >>

* Using lasers to see the shape of molecules >>
* This 3D Printed Machine Allows You to Make French Fries and Potato Chips at Home >>
* Honda’s Gravity Modification Research >>

* The ‘smart’ insulin patch that might one day replace injections for diabetic patients >>
* Eye-tracking Fove headset gets Samsung investment >>

* Microsoft CEO says ‘magical things’ and ‘tough choices’ are ahead >>
* What is the largest possible inhabitable world? >>
* The road to Mars: NASA’s next 30 years >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 June 2015

* Lexus hoverboard: Does it really levitate? >>
* You can now eat food made by a 3D printer >>
* Messenger no longer requires Facebook account >>

* Robot could help stroke patients move around again >>
* Gmail lets you ‘undo’ your mistakes >>
* Disabled people remotely pilot robot in another country with their thoughts >>

* Startup’s Lightbulbs Also Stream Music >>
* Blood test for pancreatic cancer could catch disease in time >>
* Sound-wave Chip Might Shrink The Lab >>

* The First 3D Printed Supercar >>
* Partner Presentation: The Future of Money >>
* Water splitter produces clean-burning hydrogen fuel 24/7 >>

* Bionic eye clinical trial results: long-term safety, efficacy >>
* Will China be ground zero for joblosses from Robots ? >>

* Here’s How Men Make 200 Million Sperm Every Day >>
* New Google X Wearable Could Change How We Understand Human Health >>
New manufacturing process cuts lithium-ion battery cost in half >>

* You Can Finally Put Microsoft Office for Android on Your Smartphone >>
* Honest trailer for Terminator 2 shows how it ruined sequels forever >>
* Self-healing Material Could Instantly Fix Airplane Wings Mid-flight >>

* Researchers Track Unemployment Trends Using Cellphone Data >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day >>
* First look at Independence Day: Resurgence, your deadly serious ID4 sequel >>

* Microsoft To Supply Windows 10 On USB Flash Drives For Faster Installation >>
* Vivint rolls out 100Mbps wireless home Internet service for $60 per month >>
* Biomimicry Could Lead To Solar Cells That Store Energy For Several Weeks, New Study Says >>

* One firm pictures the Hyperloop with swanky first-class cabins >>
* Find Out If You Get a Free Upgrade to Windows 10 with This Flowchart >>

* Get ready for the leap second – it could be the last one ever >>
* Camera zooms can get so ridiculously close it’s scary >>
* UK plans world’s first artificial blood transfusions by 2017 >>

* Mouse Senses Magnetic Fields Possibly via Quantum Processes >>
* Why-rna-world-theory-on-origin-of-life-may-be-wrong-after-all >>
* Selection for a ‘speed gene’ behind increase in racehorse speed >>
* Programmed Bacteria Can Detect Tumors >>

* You Can Turn Yourself Into a Cartoon With Adobe’s Latest Software >>
* Mars Astronauts Could See Blue Auroras on Red Planet >>
* Chemical Battery Can Recharge Itself With Light >>

* NASA Wants Help Training Valkyrie Robots to Go to Mars >>
* Alien ‘Warm Neptune’ Loses Atmosphere While Transiting Star | Animation >>
* Europe Demonstrates Multi-Mission Re-Entry Craft | Video >>

* “Freak of the Milky Way” –Neutron Star at the Heart of a Bizarre Supernova >>
* NASA: “Black Holes are Dark Matter Concentrators” >>
* Capturing Sedna: A Close Stellar Encounter? >>

* Google Partners With MIT And Harvard To Bring Genome Analysis Tool To Cloud Platform >>
* A Chip That Mimics Human Organs Is The Design Of The Year >>
* Lawrence Livermore able to scale antimatter production with more powerful lasers >>

* Can the Bacteria in Your Gut Explain Your Mood? >>
* Announcing the Interactive Blog for the 2015 Graduate Studies Program >>
* African Lion Populations Down 42 Percent in Past 21 Years >>

* Extreme Temperatures Linked to Changing Air Patterns >>
* What is artificial blood and why is the UK going to trial it? >>
* Crave a burger? Soon, a 3-D printer could make it >>

* Hubble spots hydrogen cloud around exoplanet >>
* The smart home of our dreams is almost here >>
* Vitamin B12 screws with your skin bacteria and could cause acne >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 June 2015

* Does a Multiverse Fermi Paradox Disprove the Multiverse? >>
* Project Will Make Clothes Cool So You Don’t Need the AC >>
* A New High-Res 3D Printer Can Print Objects Smaller Than Blood Cells >>

* Autoliv’s Automated Emergency Brake Works Almost Too Well >>
* Next-Gen Pacemakers May Be Powered by the Beating of a Heart >>
* Google’s New Health Wearable Delivers Constant Patient Monitoring >>

* Rent-a-drone Service Launches In Beta >>
* Scientist’s cool clothes dryer uses vibration, not heat >>
* Abortion Drone Is the Best Drone >>

* Students’ invention offers germ-free door handle >>
* Scientists just took a huge step to understand one of the body’s most mysterious organs >>
* Amazon Echo, other voice assistants could be making us lazy >>

* Moonshots for Planes: NASA’s Got Out-There Concepts for Aviation Too >>
* Watson’s AI-created recipe app goes live >>
* With 300 kilometres per second to new electronics >>

* Mice of Mars: Rodents Pave Way to Red Planet >>
* Valleytronics Development Could Lead to New Approaches for Spintronics and Quantum Computing >>
* Dwave commercializes 1152 qubit chip but there are 2048 physical qubits >>

* Google to offer free version of Google Play Music >>
* Google’s New Device Will Help Your Doctor Track Your Health >>
* Transparent trucks with rear mounted samsung safety-screens-set-to-save-overtaking-drivers >>
* Manus Machina Is Building Gaming Gloves For VR >>

* Apple takes a greater role in Bluetooth development >>
* The 56 TV flops of 2015 so far >>
* The Internet of Things You Don’t Really Need >>

* Placemeter Uses Computer Vision To Help Businesses And Cities Measure Vehicle And Pedestrian Traffic >>
* 4K UHD Digest: 4K Sport And Gaming Grows, HDR Gets Real, New Netflix 4K Shows, 4K In Space >>
* Robots could one day give factory workers super strength >>

* Will Millimeter Waves Maximize 5G Wireless? >>
* Fighting climate change is opportunity to improve public health >>
* Robo-roach rolls its curved back to wriggle through cracks >>

* Facebook can recognize hidden faces >>
* Milky-Way Size Dark Galaxies Found in Coma Cluster –“Enveloped by Something Massive” >>
* NASA Spacecraft Completes 60,000th Orbit of Mars >>

* The Real-Life Dangers of Augmented Reality >>
* Russia expanding arctic bases and adding antiship and drone batteries >>
* Instagram’s All-new Search & Explore Features Will Change How You Use Instagram >>

* Microsoft just made millions off a 14-year-old product it shut down a year ago >>
* Google just announced a new wristband that could change the relationship between doctor and patient >>
* We’re beginning to treat cancer in a whole new way >>

* More people have been forced to work part-time in this economy and that’s not going to change >>
* The next generation of Siri-like assistants will be robots living in your home >>
* Nanowire implants offer remote-controlled drug delivery >>

* iOS 9 can temporarily delete apps to make room for software updates >>
* You can now watch Periscope replays on the web >>
* Man builds giant computer at home >>

* AI not replacing, but augmenting, empowering humans >>
* Navy tests new aircraft carrier catapult >>
* Lenovo is the latest to hop on the PC-on-a-stick bandwagon >>

* Lawrence Livermore able to scale antimatter production with more powerful lasers’ >>
* Doping lithium-ion batteries to make them safer >>
* Scientists create synthetic membranes that grow like living cells >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 June 2015

* See the Beauty of Earth and Space in Stunning New ISS Timelapse >>
* One gene may drive leap from single cell to multicellular life >>
* Soil Sensors Can Cut Farms’ Water Use By a Quarter During Drought >>

* Extreme Exercise Can Poison the Blood >>
* Police robot duo storm Colorado house, end four-day siege >>
* Astronomers Claim to Take First Glimpse of Primordial Stars >>

* Lasers, Magnetism Allow Glimpses of the Human Brain at Work >>
* Endless Is Building a Computer for the Developing World >>
* Comp beats man in IQ test for first time >>

* Mind-reading Program Translates Thoughts Into Text >>
* 50 Smartest Companies 2015 >>
* 18-rotor Volocopter Is Like A Flying Car, But Better >>

* I want to give you a thoughtful home, not just a smart one >>
* Laser ‘tricorder’ can diagnose malaria through the skin >>
* Facebook can recognise you in photos even if you’re not looking >>

* This Week’s TV: When Every Home Has An Android Servant, Things Get Weird >>
* Final Mission: Impossible 5 Trailer Is Low On Gun-Flutes, High On Crazy >>
* New way to replace heart valve offers a ray of hope >>

* Now, owls’ wings to help design noiseless aircraft >>
* First-Person-View Drone Racing Looks Like All Kinds of Fun >>
* Point, Click, and Fire in Virtual Reality—With Just Your Eyes >>

* This black goop is what will be at the heart of the next generation of batteries >>
* Remote control out, change TV channels with mind >>
* Lasers, Magnetism Allow Glimpses of the Human Brain at Work >>

* This Little Fly Can Inflict Some Serious Pain >>
* Today’s ‘Galaxy’ Insight –“We’re Living in the Age of Cosmology” >>
* “The Great Migration” –10,000 Black Holes and Neutron Stars Swarm at Milky Way’s Center >>

* NASA To Probe Europa For Signs Of Life | Video >>
* ROBOT TENTACLES ARE GENTLE ENOUGH TO ‘HUG’ ANTS >>
* Data Mining Reveals the Surprising Factors Behind Successful Movies >>

* Flashristors: Getting the Best of Memristors and Flash Memory >>
* The Real Software Security Problem Is Us >>
* The Us Army Wants Its Own Hoverbike, Again >>

* Hubble’s Proposed Supersize Successor Generates Controversy >>
* Medical sensors will make wearable tech indispensable for all of us >>

* Blind Americans can now ‘see’ with a device that uses their tongues >>
* 5G network defined by ITU as 20 GBs per second >>
* THESE ABSURD ROBOTS DO POINTLESS JOBS >>

* Why Scientists Have Been Scared of Space Germs for Almost 50 Years >>
* Google looks for content makers to test its Jump virtual reality video camera >>
* Google Is Looking For Testers For Its Jump VR Video Cameras >>

* UCLA discovers how solar cells’ charges can last for weeks >>
* 3D Printing Helps Researchers Study a 66.4 Million Year Old T-rex’s Intelligence >>
* Scientists identify amino acid that stops seizures in mice >>

* First sensor of Earth’s magnetic field in an animal >>
* Gillmor Gang: Breaking News >>
* Answer To A 150-year-old Math Conundrum Brings More Mystery >>

* Surveillance of ‘silent transmission’ of polio needed to wipe out virus >>
* Inceptionism: Going Deeper into Neural Networks >>
* Yes, androids do dream of electric sheep >>

* Pulse detonation engine and continuous detonation wave engines >>
* Turbomachine roadmap to 2020 >>

* UK Woman Gets “World’s Most Advanced” Bionic Hand Replacement >>
* Microsoft Windows 10 Bombshell: It’s Free For Everyone >>

* Robot Swarm Behavior Suggests Forgetting May Be Important To Cultural Evolution >>
* Samsung DW80J7550US Dishwasher Review >>

* New device lets blind ‘see’ via their tongues >>
* Deep learning machine beats humans in IQ test >>
* Are drones really on the verge of delivering packages to your doorstep? >>

* 5 reasons why TV networks are ordering shorter seasons >>
* The Unintended Consequences of Free Windows 10 For Everyone >>

* Lasers, magnetism allow glimpses of the human brain at work >>
* 100 Years of Great Physics: Watch Live Monday and Tuesday [Video] >>
* Tricorder XPRIZE Competition Heats Up >>

* HD Documentary 2015 || Mystery of the Milky Way Galaxy, Videos Space Documentary >>
* How Computers Will Crack the Genetic Code and Improve Billions of Lives >>
* What F1 Cars Would Look Like if F1 Got Its Act Together >>

* The story of the invention that could revolutionize batteries—and maybe American manufacturing as well >>
* Watch a Vega rocket launch a satellite to space >>
* Buying an operating system might be a thing of the past >>

* New Freescale I.MX7 Processor Line Takes Aim At IoT >>
* Ibm Teams Up With The Weather Company For Emergency Tech >>
* Microsoft’s HoloLens Has a Huge Flaw That Won’t Be Solved By Launch >>

* The Wait-for-Google-to-Do-It Strategy >>
* Speeding Up 3-D Printing >>
* Slowing the Biological Clock >>

* Micro-tentacles for tiny robots can handle delicate objects like blood vessels >>
* NASA Hands Over Historic Shuttle Landing Facility For Commercial Use >>
* Ask Ray | Health technologies to support sleep apnea and snoring >>

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