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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 June 2016

* The Internet of Things Goes Nano >>
* Quantum computers could simulate the beginnings of the universe and reveal how life formed, say physicists >>

* Starship will test its autonomous delivery robot in Washington, DC this fall >>
* Chisels to Genes: How We’ll Soon Grow What We Used to Build >>
* Artificial synapse said to rival biological synapses in energy consumption and function >>

* Target Mars: Red Planet in World’s Crosshairs >>
* Stealth Black Holes Detected Hiding in Milky Way –“Closer to Earth Than We Previously Thought” >>
* Sweden Tests Electric Roads to Give EVs Unlimited Range >>

* Full-Duplex Chip Will Create a Wireless Bandwidth Bonanza >>
* Wearable Device Tracks Tricks in Freestyle Snowboarding >>
* Sidewalk Labs will launch Flow a smart traffic and parking platform in Columbus, Ohio >>

* Walmart and Five Elements Robotics Working on Robotic Shopping Cart >>
* Researchers propose EM drive propulsion from emission of paired photons >>
* This remarkable fish has no cortex but intelligently switches between electrical and vision senses >>

* 125 atoms controlled by Lasers and microwaves will enable qubits for general purpose quantum computers >>
* Artificial Intelligence beats human expert in air combat simulator which foreshadows Skynet and drones beating human pilots >>
* From 1984 to 2016: TED Talks about interfaces to our technology >>

* NASA’s Mars-Bound Rocket Just Passed a Major Test >>
* Convincing Lung Cancer To Commit Suicide >>
* Algorithm Predicts Dystopian Book About Technology Should Be Massive Bestseller >>

* Researchers Just Found A Huge Underground Helium Pool In Africa >>
* New Microsoft Gesture Tracking System Lets You ‘feel’ Virtual Objects >>
* A.I. Downs Expert Human Fighter Pilot In Dogfight Simulation >>

* Too many IoT networks? Cisco just bet on this one >>
* Hillary Clinton announces tech platform >>
* Microsoft’s hand-tracking magic may lead to gamepad-free VR >>

* MongoDB launches Atlas, its new database-as-a-service offering >>
* Analyzing data in the Internet of Things >>
* ‘Tetris’ the movie is going to be a sci-fi trilogy >>

* Dell made a 70-inch touchscreen for schools >>
* Qualcomm wants to bring LTE to more IoT devices >>
* Microsoft Eases Activation Restrictions With Windows 10 Anniversary Update >>

* US Navy is developing ‘supersonic submarines’ >>
* Expert claims to have found evidence humans still have ‘lost’ ability to discern magnetic fields >>
* Strange ‘dark hydrogen’ may exist deep inside giant gas planets >>

* The “Internet of Things” Needs a Fix >>
* Huge stash of ‘life-saving’ helium uncovered beneath Africa’s Rift Valley: Discovery could allow MRI scanners to continue running >>
* Robotic shopping trolley becomes a reality after 13-year-old boy drew one to help his grandmother >>

* Deloitte: Oil industry could fall $2 trillion short of cash >>
* You probably touched your phone over 2,600 times today >>
* 4K-ready consoles are all about Netflix, not games >>

* Stephen Hawking: Humankind is still greedy, stupid and greatest threat to Earth >>
* Facebook denies using your phone’s location data to suggest new friends >>
* AI fighter pilot wins in combat simulation >>

* New physics discovery could make time travel impossible >>
* Google has a very good reason to make its own phone, but it’s not what you think >>
* Success in Mice Shows Zika Vaccine ‘Feasible’ >>

* Donated Blood Won’t Transmit Alzheimer’s >>
* Quantum Computer Could Simulate Beginnings of the Universe >>

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