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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 April 2019

* Amazon Pay launches peer-to-peer payments in India >>
* Samsung made a TV for vertical video and I actually kind of like it >>
* UK’s butt-shaped blimp could come back as an EV >>

* Global 5G wireless networks threaten weather forecasts >>
* Autonomous vehicles make congestion pricing even more critical >>

* Exposed database holds sensitive data on over 80 million US households >>
* Startup says time is ripe for fleets of drones to help farmers pick fruit >>

* Gravitational waves hint at a black hole eating a neutron star >>
* The moon may be made of magma that once covered Earth’s entire surface >>
* The Hundred-Tonne Robots That Help Keep New Zealand Running >>

* Technology Radar, Influencers Dropping, Stuff That Matters, and Reverse Engineering >>
* Jaguar Land Rover offers car owners crypto to share their driving data >>
* An algorithm wipes clean the criminal pasts of thousands >>

* Mirantis makes configuring on-premises clouds easier >>
* Overcast makes it easy to turn clips from podcasts into viral clips >>
* Samsung imagines a wraparound smartphone display >>

* Sharing what’s new and coming next with Android Enterprise >>
* Scientists Discover Nearly 200,000 Kinds of Ocean Viruses >>
* The Upside of Working Motherhood >>

* The billion point laser cloud that will help rebuild Notre Dame >>
* AI brought a 60-year old music-making machine to life >>
* Hydrogels Can Be ‘Exercised’ To Grow. Another Step Toward ‘Soft’ Robots >>

* VR turns bumper cars into retro-futuristic steampunk tanks >>
* With Kata Containers and Zuul, OpenStack graduates its first infrastructure projects >>
* Your Company Needs a Strategy for Voice Technology >>

* ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8, Episode 4 Preview: One Last War to Win >>
* ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8, Episode 3 Recap: Winter Fell >>
* Daenerys vs. Cersei: who has the resources to win the final game of thrones? >>
* Avengers: Endgame earned an astonishing $1.2 billion in its opening weekend >>

* US and China will have many more battles to fight when the trade war ends >>
* An Indian village has many more twins than can be explained >>

* Beluga whale with harness was trained by Russia, claim scientists >>
* Climate is an emergency: Let’s not leave action to activists >>
* Driverless cars won’t be ready for at least a DECADE, experts say, despite Elon Musk declaring a million on the road by 2020 >>

* Titan has a belt of ice 6300 kilometres long that shouldn’t be there >>
* DNA folds into a smart nanocapsule for drug delivery >>
* CRISPR accuracy increased 50-fold >>

* China develops unique heat-resistant material for hypersonic aircraft >>
* Would you fly in a pilotless plane? >>
* Here’s the Video of Hayabusa2 Bombing Asteroid Ryugu >>

* SpaceX Delays Next Dragon Cargo Launch to May 1 >>
* Lunar Base and Gateway Part of Sustainable Long-Term Human Exploration Plan >>

* How can upcoming social media efforts be ‘global’ if they ignore Asia? >>
* How Microsoft Learned From The Past To Redesign Its Future >>
* China’s Chang’e-4 probe resumes work for fifth lunar day >>

* Chinese-built Ethiopia light rail transports more than 29 mln people in 9 months >>
* Digital economy a new impetus for Belt and Road construction >>
* Tesla races ahead with work on Shanghai plant >>

* Go!SCAN 3D >>
* How to Enhance Customer Service Through AI >>
* Create value by integrating applications and data for the entire enterprise. >>

* 14 (More) Open-Source Tools for Taming Kubernetes >>
* Quick Azure Integration Landscape >>
* Building a React Front-End for my AWS Lambda Sudoku Solver >>

* Jenkins is Getting Old >>
* Getting Started With AWS CodeStar >>
* We’ve Done SOA, Why Should We Care About Microservices? >>
* DevOps Tools CI CD ARA Tools Worth Knowing >>
* Security Breach Compromises 190K Docker Hub Usernames and Passwords >>
* Technical Debt: The Good, the Bad, and the Reckless >>

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