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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 July 2015

* MasterCard unveiling ‘selfie security’ for purchases >>
* Roses May Soon Smell Much Sweeter >>

* Facebook attacks YouTube with new ‘suggested videos’ >>
* Wingsuit View Adrenaline Junkies Thread The Needle >>

* Dark matter map to reveal universe’s secrets >>
* ‘Aliens may exist and look just like humans’ >>
* Artificial pancreas in, insulin jabs out >>

* Oops, the universe may have ten to 100 times fewer galaxies than we thought >>
* Theranos’ finger-stick blood testing gets FDA approval >>
* Ebola Survivors May Be the Key to Treatment—For Almost Any Disease >>

* What to Expect From Aliens When We Make First Contact >>
* The Spacecoach Equation >>
* New Dark-Matter Discovery: “Nine Concentrations Each the Mass of a Galaxy Cluster” >>

* Smart Factory Solutions >>
* First spin-entangled electrons on a chip >>
* Oops, the universe may have ten to 100 times fewer galaxies than we thought >>

* New printing technology for depositing silver at room temperature may lead to electronics advances >>
* Freezing single atoms to near absolute zero with microwaves brings practical quantum technology closer >>
* You Can 3-D Print Some Amazing Stuff With This Ultra-Strong Resin >>

* I Want to Live Inside This House Hidden In This >>
* ‘solar Impulse 2’ Lands In Hawaii After Record-breaking Solo Flight >>
* Smelling Cat Urine Turns Baby Mice Into Willing Victims >>

* Ebola Has Resurfaced In Liberia With Three New Cases >>
* Back to the Future Turns 30 Today >>
* After Spacex Explosion, Supplies Are Finally On Their Way To The Iss >>

* NASA invents super-SMACK, hallucinates WHOLE STAR SYSTEMS >>
* Guatemala’s “Volcano of Fire” Lives Up to Its Name, Spectacularly >>
* Drones Save Children From Flooding >>

* Video breaks down why special effects in movies peaked in the 90’s >>
* My GPS Smartwatch Doubles As A Toaster, What Do You Want To Know? >>
* With Tiny Smartphone Spectrometers, Everybody Can Be A Chemist >>

* The Darpa Robotics Challenge Was A Bust >>
* An American Has Died From Measles for the First Time Since 2003 >>
* 3-D Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanning Could Strengthen Smartphone Security >>

* Popcorn Time Blamed For Movie Streaming Piracy Explosion >>
* Sphericam 2 Is A 4K 360-Degree Camera Built For The VR Era >>
* DNA sequencing shows how woolly mammoths got that way >>

* Windows 10’s Wi-Fi sharing feature is really clever, but just got a bad rap >>
* MasterCard is testing a new way for you to pay with your face >>
* 22 Massachusetts towns will build their own gigabit internet service >>

* Your brain wrinkles like a screwed-up ball of paper >>
* Signs of Water Ice Detected on Comet Surface >>
* Gene therapy works in cystic fibrosis for the first time >>

* Solar Impulse 2 lands safely in Hawaii >>
* The Internet is officially too big >>

* Fossil of lizard that walked on water found >>
* 21 Things ‘Back To The Future 2’ Got Wrong About 2015 >>
* An Alternative Approach to Nuclear Fusion: Think Smaller >>

* Meet the man building a stock exchange that doesn’t screw people over >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 July 2015

* Americans Build Giant Robot, Challenge Japan To A Duel >>
* Should Babies Have Their Genomes Sequenced? >>
* Wait, some stem cells use nanotubes to communicate with other cells? Seriously? >>

* Walking in nature lowers risk of depression, scientists find in MRI study >>
* Dubai building will be entirely 3D printed, right down to the furniture >>

* New AI Safety Projects Get Funding from Elon Musk >>
* This Experiment Will Make You Believe in Spontaneous Generation of Life >>
* Flix Plus: Hide Spoilers, Show Ratings, and More in Netflix >>

* Microsoft delivers the third Windows 10 preview build released this week >>
* Microsoft Excludes Millions From ‘Free’ Windows 10 Big Launch >>
* You might not get the Windows 10 upgrade on launch day >>
* Which Windows 10 editions get which features? >>

* Hunt Down and Remove Duplicate Files from Your PC >>
* MasterCard’s Gonna Let You Pay With Your Face >>
* Terrifying great white shark attacking a cage is like real life Jaws >>

* Raven Drone Becomes Cyber Carrier Pigeon >>
* NASA’s Thermal Camera Turns Galapagos Volcano Into an Eruption from Hell >>

* We Still Don’t Know Why Men Find Ovulating Women More Attractive >>
* Facebook Will Use These Lasers To Beam Internet From The Sky >>
* The Tech That’ll Save Us From An Apocalyptic Asteroid Looks Awesome >>

* This Flatworm Injects Itself In The Head With Sperm >>
* Watch This Drone Drive A Toy Boat >>
* You Can Feel These Plasma Holograms Made With Femtosecond Lasers >>

* Video: Flying man in wing suit slices right through a hole in a mountain >>
* To create the future we want, we need more moonshots >>
* JXE Streams: An early, eerie look at ‘We Happy Few’ >>

* NASA’s New Horizons captures images of mysterious spots on Pluto >>
* TVPlayer app streams 25 UK pay-TV channels for a fiver a month >>
* Volkswagen robot factory worker takes a human life >>

* Google’s chatbot learned it all from movies >>
* Download Speeds On Next iPhone Could Double, In Theory, With Latest Qualcomm Modem >>
* Microsoft’s Office 2016 preview gets real-time editing in Word and more >>

* ‘smart’ Mouth Guard Knows If You Grind Your Teeth >>
* Exoskeleton Technology Could Redefine Disability >>
* Google driverless cars in accidents again, humans at fault — again >>

* Mozilla CEO: Virtual-reality Firefox could be game-changer >>
* Scientists find potential new HIV therapy >>
* Soon, animal fat, farm waste to power flights >>

* Nasa probe detects methane on Pluto surface >>
* Houston, We Have a Spaceport: FAA Gives ‘Space City’ License for Launches >>
* Falcon 9 Failure Investigation Focuses on Data not Debris as SpaceX Seeks Root Cause >>

* Twisting Graphene Alters Its Electrical Properties >>
* Video Thursday: Giant Robot Duel, Snake Monster on Stairs, and How Driverless Cars See the Road >>
* Ultrasonic burr removing cleaner removes fine burrs in one go >>

* Black Hole ‘Wakes Up’ After 26-Year Slumber >>
* The Man Behind the Kepler Mission –“Re-imagining the Possibilities for Life in the Milky Way” >>
* Should Babies Have Their Genomes Sequenced? >>
* MIT’s Bitcoin-Inspired ‘Enigma’ Lets Computers Mine Encrypted Data >>
* pluto.tv >>

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