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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 June 2019

* Apple’s WWDC19 keynote in 12 minutes >>
* Here’s everything Apple just announced at the 2019 WWDC Keynote >>
* Check out all the new software and technology updates announced WWDC 2019 >>

* Apple breaks up iTunes, creates separate Podcasts, TV, and Music apps for macOS >>
* Apple announces all-new redesigned Mac Pro, starting at $5,999 >>
* Apple Watch can help save your hearing and track your menstrual cycle >>
* Apple CarPlay redesign puts multiple apps side-by-side >>
* Apple Maps gets a much-needed revamp >>
* Apple Maps is getting its own version of Google Maps’ Street View >>

* iOS 13 will let you rotate your recorded videos without installing extra apps >>
* Apple TV will support PlayStation and Xbox controllers >>
* Apple adds system-wide dark mode for iOS 13 >>
* Apple releases the first trailer for Ron Moore’s space race drama ‘For All Mankind’ >>
* Apple’s HomeKit adds security to routers and streaming cameras >>
* Siri now sounds more like a human >>
* Apple reveals iPadOS for iPad with a new home screen, multitasking improvements >>
* Live from WWDC 2019! >> >>

* Amazon says over 10 million items are now eligible for its free one-day delivery service >>
* Simpler, air-powered soft robots could help with space exploration >>
* This MicroLED Display Is Smaller Than a Bug >>

* Flying-V design backed by KLM >>
* Astronomy group calls for urgent action on SpaceX Starlink satellites >>
* CRISPR babies might live shorter lives due to their gene mutations >>

* Amazon sellers to hit UK high streets in year-long pop-up pilot >>
* Amazon will open 10 stores across the UK >>
* What You Need to Know Before E3 2019 >>

* Youtubes Recommendation Algorithm Has A Dark Side >>
* Using A Meditation App Each Day May Improve Your Memory And Attention >>
* Your gut bacteria may influence whether you get drug side effects >>

* Uber’s flying taxi director joining us at TC Sessions: Mobility >>
* Quantum leaps are real – and now we can control them >>
* Meet Ai-Da: World’s first humanoid robot that is able to draw people from life prepares for its first art exhibition >>

* NASA Scientists Install HD ‘Eyes’ in Mars 2020 Rover >>
* Reduce toil through better alerting >>
* Risk of death from cosmic radiation makes missions to Mars ‘impossible’ at present, say European scientists >>

* Bike lanes make you less likely to die on the street–even if you’re driving or walking >>
* Could you ‘put out’ the sun with a gigantic bucket of water? >>
* New-finding-advances-the-search-for-a-universal-flu-vaccine >>

* AMD and Samsung partner up to bring Radeon graphics to mobile devices >>
* Less Like Us: An Alternate Theory of Artificial General Intelligence >>
* The podcast industry expected to create $1 billion in annual revenue by 2021 >>

* How AI Could Help Small Businesses >>
* How B2B Companies Can Win Back Customers They’ve Lost >>
* How Corporations Can Better Work With Startups >>
* Responsible for Eldercare >>

* Microsoft is showing a dual-screen Surface device to employees >>
* Move over, Amazon: Microsoft has an autonomous systems and robotics strategy, too >>
* Privacy on iPhone — Inside Joke >>

* Elephants can ‘count’ with their trunks using smells to identify where the most food is found >>
* D-Wave previews quantum computing platform with over 5,000 qubits >>
* D-Wave Speeds Up Quantum Computers Over 25 Times With Low-Noise Materials >>

* Boeing Says Some 737 Max Planes Might Have Defective Parts >>
* China ‘rigs’ 5G test to favour Huawei >>
* Israeli researchers find ‘potential hope’ for some pancreatic cancer patients >>

* Should Companies Abandon Their Password Expiration Policies? >>
* Hypnotise older patients undergoing minor operations instead of using anaesthetics, study says >>
* A Live View from the International Space Station >>

* Less Like Us: An Alternate Theory of Artificial General Intelligence >>
* China Nuclear Reactors for Heat Have Safety Proven by Undergrads For 50 Years in 24 Countries >>
* Is Facebook Already Working On An Encryption Backdoor? >>

* Exposed database revealed security details for large hotel chains >>
* Hollywood studios say they’re quitting Netflix, but the truth is more complicated >>
* Europe Has Invested €1 Billion Into Graphene—But For What? >>

* Cloudflare goes big on serverless with new command line >>
* NASA Chief Says Debate Only Beginning Over Funding 2024 Return to the Moon >>
* NASA Still Aiming for 2020 First Launch of Space Launch System Megarocket >>

* Ep. 532: Modern Astronomy of Australia >>
* Automate The Freight: Amazon’s Robotic Packaging Lines >>
* US-based engineering body IEEE reinstates Huawei employees to peer review process after clarification >>

* China’s push for self-reliance meets reality of global trade networks >>
* Cloud-Native Everything >>
* Playing with Lambda, Serverless and Python >>
* Which Desktop OS Is Best for DevOps? >>
* DevOps Takes on the World >>

* The man who is ageing too fast >>
* An Out Of Control Cruise Ship Hit A Docked Boat In Venice >>
* Donald Trump’s day in tweets – from insulting the Mayor to meeting the Queen >>

* YouTube, other Google services down due to eastern US traffic congestion >>
* Google cloud outage knocks out Gmail, Discord and Snapchat (updated) >>
* Google’s Cloud outage is resolved, but it reveals the holes in cloud computing’s atmosphere >>

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