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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 January 2019

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* Elon Musk Tweets the First Starhopper Launch Will Be in February >>
* Decomposition is Slower With Global Warming Which Means Less Future Warming >>
* Palo Alto Innovation says Node-ify Axon can transform almost anything into smart device >>

* Huawei P30 might revive the headphone jack >>
* Chinese companies cool on annual CES Vegas tech show amid trade war >>

* Five big questions about Apple putting iTunes on Samsung TVs >>
* Foxconn said to begin assembling top-end Apple iPhones in India in 2019 >>
* Everything is too complicated >>

* Behold! SpaceX’s 1st Crew Dragon Spaceship Is On the Launchpad >>
* @Davis_404 That small object in Starshiphopper is a human. #SpaceX >>
* London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports have purchased their own anti-drone systems >>

* As Smartphones and Internet Connections Rise in Africa, So Does Entertainment Streaming >>
* Many Tiny Satellites Can Create Image of a Giant Space Telescope >>
* NASA OSIRIS-REx Will Sample Return from Asteroid and Other Asteroid News >>

* Kohler’s smart toilet promises a ‘fully-immersive experience’ >>
* CES 2019 Predictions: VR’s Next Generation Is Still Developing >>
* Vuzix Will Ship $1,000 Consumer Blade AR Smart Glasses In February >>

* Will the End of Moore’s Law Halt AI Progress? >>
* Linux For Cars: Tesla Isn’t The Only Automaker Running Linux Under the Hood >>
* Chinese rover begins exploring moon >>

* Donald Trump Extending Government Shutdown Could Destabilize The World, Harvard >>
* Smart Toilet From Kohler Gets Big Buzz at CES >>
* Brain scans show social exclusion creates jihadists, say researchers >>

* 5G in the IoT: How the next generation of wireless technology will transform the IoT >>
* What companies should be doing to retain talent in 2019 >>
* LG Display unveils an 88-inch 8K OLED screen with built-in sound >>

* What a Tiny Electron Reveals About the Structure of the Universe >>
* Deep Space Industries Acquired by Bradford Space >>
* Leak suggests that 2019 may bring another remarkable folding phone >>

* China look ahead: trade war likely to cast shadow as AI, e-commerce, smartphone progress >>
* China ramps up global coverage for domestic Beidou satellite navigation system as rival to GPS >>
* Follow along with our CES 2019 liveblogs! >>

* Amazon’s cashierless Go stores could be a $4 billion business by 2021 >>
* An economist explains what digital technology means for the future of popular culture >>
* AMD’s new 12nm Ryzen laptop chips look to put the pressure on Intel >>

* We’re All Just Starting To Realize The Power Of Personal Data >>
* Object Detection: An End to End Theoretical Perspective >>

* IoV Series, Part 1: 6 Pain Points of Traditional Internet of Vehicles Architecture >>
* CI/CD Pipelines for Python (Flask) — Docker Project to Kubernetes >>
* Introduction to deep learning >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 January 2019

Futureseek 2018 Review >>

* Car with LEGS: Hyundai to unveil mobility vehicle that WALKS >>
* Tech firms including Toyota are showcasing prototypes of airborne transports at CES 2019 >>
* What Happened When Automation Came To General Motors? >>

* Are Stablecoins the New and Improved Bitcoin? >>
* CES 2019: “Alexa, I’m still waiting for you to flush the potty” >>

* Pictured, China’s railgun: Hypersonic superweapon capable of striking targets 125 miles away is spotted on warship >>
* China makes breakthrough in atmospheric monitoring >>
* Ultra-high sensitive pressure sensor developed for wearable devices >>

* Dark matter is on the move: Scientists find the elusive material can be pushed out of a galaxy’s center by star formation >>
* Fixing a flaw in photosynthesis could massively boost food production >>
* Self-cleaning spacesuits could help astronauts cope with Martian dust >>

* Engineers create an inhalable form of messenger RNA >>
* Nissan’s freaky AR concept would project friends in your car, make it look sunny outside >>
* Swarms of tiny satellites could act like one giant space telescope >>

* Milky Way on Collision Course With Large Magellanic Cloud >>
* FinchShift 6DoF Controllers To Work With Any Vive Wave Headset, Demo At CES >>
* Engineers can now reverse-engineer 3D models >>

* Disney’s Star Wars Land could open in June, says CEO Bob Iger >>
​* How AI is learning to convert brain signals into speech >>
* The mystery material that can survive 75 nuclear blasts >>

* CES 2019: The Bizarre Toothbrush, Smart Yogurt Maker, and Wrist Wearables on My “Must-See” List >>
* CES 2019: Advances in AI, Connectivity, and Memory Will Power New Products >>
* Breaking the marketing mold with machine learning >>

* Kia AI tailors vehicle interiors to passengers’ emotions >>
* Robots Are Taking Some Jobs, But Not All: World Bank >>

* Power From Commercial Perovskite Solar Cells Is Coming Soon >>
* China’s Lunar Rover Yutu 2 Begins Exploring Far Side of the Moon >>
* Will China’s Moon Landing Launch a New Space Race? >>

* Segway unveils autonomous delivery robots that use AI to make sure packages always get to the right place >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: Jan 2, 2019- News Roundup >>
* Apollo Spacesuits Survive Today — in the Roofs Over Your Head >>

* Tiny satellites could be “guide stars” for huge next-generation telescopes >>
* Countertop tech, auditory emotions and more >>
* Humans Evolved to Exercise >>

* 11 things that will change the way you use Amazon >>
* A breathalyzer capable of detecting cancer could save millions >>
* Researchers reveal new mechanism to ‘activate’ the immune system against cancer >>

* 11,000 Digitized Books From 1923 Are Now Available Online at the Internet Archive >>
* 2018’s ‘Word of the Year’ >>
* SpaceX’s Crew Dragon shows up at pad 39A, nearly 8 years after the last Shuttle left >>

* Pencil-Sized AI Device to Protect Wildlife From Poachers >>
* China To Launch Self-Driving Bullet Trains That Will Travel At 217 MPH >>
* The Most Exciting Space Events to Watch in 2019 >>

* The meteor shower that brought Tunguska is due in June >>
* Japan finds a huge cache of scarce rare-earth minerals >>
* Hire faster, work happier: Startups target employment with AI and engagement tools >>

* Learn what it takes to become a web developer with this 9-course bundle, on sale for just $41 >>
* Synthetic organisms are about to challenge what ‘alive’ really means >>
* New trailers: Us, Stranger Things, The Punisher, and more >>

* An economist explains what digital technology means for the future of popular culture >>
* D-Link gets on the 5G train with a new home router >>
* CES 2019 Predictions: VR’s Next Generation Is Still Developing >>

* Former Microsoft Senior Researcher, Now At Facebook, Recounts Haptics Innovations >>
* Served a summons via tweet? It just happened to one allegedly elusive VC >>
* Boom Supersonic nabs $100M to build its Mach 2.2 commercial airliner >>

* Our Top 16 Podcasts and Videos of 2018 >>
* How IoT this year could transform four industries >>
* Internet Of Medical Things: A Necessity For The Sector >>

* China says its navy is taking the lead in game-changing electromagnetic railguns >>
* The Best Tech Of Ces 2018: What Happened Next >>
* Spacex’s Crew Dragon Goes Vertical For First Test Launch >>

* Hi-tech trends for 2019: the year of 5G, AI, self-driving cars – and a real ‘RoboCop’ >>
* Delve into the core of AI and e-commerce in Guangzhou >>
* China’s lunar rover drives smoothly on moon’s far side >>

* Kohler’s new bathroom suite has automated, voice-controlled lights >>
* Xiaomi might build a three-panel foldable phone >>
* Video Services May Use AI To Crack Down on Password Sharing >>

* Self-driving robots and cars deliver food to techies and college students >>
* Elon Musk is sticking with SpaceX board member Steve Jurvetson >>
* LG to ship 8K UHD OLED and LCD smart TVs this year, powered by a new Alpha 9 Gen 2 processor >>

* Automation will be the end of banks as we know them >>
* Ride-hailing use in the US has more than doubled in three years >>
* An AI conference warns us why we need to mind our language >>

* D-Link expands its smart home presence with new smart plugs and a leak detector >>

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