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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 May 2016

* NXP’s BlueBox Bids To Be The Brains of Your Car >>
* New 60 gram wearable pendant for cardiac monitoring >>
* Machine-learning techniques could revolutionize materials science >>

* Spider Silk Inspires Creation of ‘Liquid Wire’ >>
* Dumping a Bunch of Iron in the Ocean Won’t Fix Our Climate >>
* The Surprising Reason Warcraft Stands Apart From Other CG Epics >>

* Google I/O 2016: Android N, Chrome OS, virtual reality, and what else to expect >>

* How a Digital Projector Produces Trillions of Colors Without Catching on Fire >>
* Yep. SpaceX Is Running Out of Room for Its Landed Rockets >>

* Will Microsoft Announce A Brand New Xbox Console Next Month? >>
* Google tries its hand at social again with launch of group chat app, Spaces >>
* Introducing Spaces, a tool for small group sharing >>

* BBC may take on Netflix with streaming subscription service called Britflix >>
* New form of light could make fiber optics more secure >>
* Google using romance novels to train its artificial intelligence to write fiction >>

* How expiring patents are ushering in the next generation of 3D printing >>
* White House Goes Big on Microbiome Research >>
* Do You Suffer from Memory Blindness? >>

* BMW’s 7-Series ‘gesture controls’ work pretty well >>
* Scientists claim key puzzle in brain tumor research deciphered >>
* NASA eyes ‘growable habitats’ to get humans to Mars >>

* Cosmic dust unveils Earth’s ancient atmosphere >>
* Scientists clone Zika for vaccine race >>
* Even basic phone logs can reveal deeply personal information, researchers find >>

* Google begins true self-driving car testing >>
* Top scientists held a secret meeting to discuss building a human genome from scratch >>
* NASA is developing a unique tracking technology that will cut flight cancellations and delays >>

* Nanorobots: Where We Are Today and Why Their Future Has Amazing Potential >>
* Advancing Torpor Inducing Transfer Habitats for Human Stasis to Mars >>
* Intel is going all in to enable 50 billion 5G connected internet of things devices by 2020 >>

* Machine-learning techniques could revolutionize materials science >>
* Google has AI writing ‘rather dramatic’ fiction as it learns to speak naturally >>
* MIT Scientists: “Great Oxygenation Event Started as Early as 2.3 Billion Years Ago Leading to Complex Life” >>

* Before DNA –“The Search Heats Up For Possible Ancestors to Life on Earth” >>
* Humans on Mars: Scouting Needed for Red Planet Resources >>
* Japanese 3d Galaxy Map Confirms Einstein Was One Smart Dude >>

* NSA Can Legally Access Metadata of 25,000 Callers Based on a Single Suspect’s Phone >>
* Perovskites Key to New Type of Hydrogen Fuel Cell >>
* Clouds of the Carina Nebula >>

* Perovskites Key to New Type of Hydrogen Fuel Cell >>
* Disney Releases VR App With ‘Star Wars’ And Marvel Experiences >>
* What We Expect From Google IO 2016: Building Toward a Mass Market Ecosystem for VR >>

* Disney Research Shows Us How Lifelike a VR-Operated Robot Can Be >>
* ‘ABE VR’ Is So Terrifying That You’ll Forget It Isn’t Real >>
* Oculus to Devs: “Now is the time to be thinking about VR” >>

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