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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 February 2020

* SpaceX launches 60 more Starlink satellites but misses booster landing >>
* China Bioharzard Lab Likely Source of Coronavirus >>
* DARPA Subterranean Challenge: Urban Circuit Preview >>

* Moondust brought back to Earth on Apollo 11 being studied if it can be turned into WATER as well as fuel and bricks >>
* TCL is making a phone with a slide-out screen that turns into a tablet >>
* China’s students will now study online because coronavirus has shut schools >>

* Cork-coated spacecraft to be chucked out of the ISS for re-entry test >>
* New Cryptography Method Promising Perfect Secrecy Is Met With Skepticism >>
* Fourteen passengers, believed to be well before they were evacuated from a cruise ship found to be infected before boarding a charter plane >>

* A New Solution to the Space Junk Problem. Spacecraft with Plasma Beams to Force Space Junk to Burn Up >>
* First ‘made in Africa’ smartphone challenges China’s dominance in local market >>
* The world’s biggest online population is staying home and China’s internet can’t cope >>

* Analyst interview: Heavy Reading’s James Crawshaw on Industry X.0 >>
* Equity Monday: Oyo’s losses, global growth concerns, and four early-stage rounds >>
* Test vendors unveil 5G tools for telcos >>

* Esper.io Launches Platform for Android Deployment & App Managment >>
* Under the smartphone hood >>
* SD-WAN security: The impact of orchestrated services multiplicity >>

* Algorithms might be better than us at predicting whether people will reoffend >>
* Robotic process automation is a big market, but there will be only one big winner >>
* Ericsson counts cost of coronavirus >>

* Rocket Lab will launch a NASA cubesat to the Moon >>
* UK to spend $1.6 billion on the world’s fastest weather supercomputer >>
* A woman with half a brain offers more proof of the organ’s superpowers >>

* Cyborg grasshoppers have been engineered to sniff out explosives >>

* Automatic brakes on Tesla Model X car stopped them being crushed by a falling tree during Storm Dennis >>
* Tiny antennae that record how bees navigate between flowers may help perfect steering systems for driverless cars and drones, scientists reveal >>

* Adam Savage turned Spot the robodog into a creepy rickshaw driver >>
* Do We Need To Talk About ‘Cloud Neutrality’? >>
* Equity Monday: Oyo’s losses, global growth concerns, and four early-stage rounds >>

* Hackers vs. Coders, Deep Learning, Bluetooth Vulnerabilities, and the Deadlock Empire >>
* How to Enable Dark Mode on All Your Apps and Devices >>
* Microsoft could add new ‘Spaces’ organizational tool to Outlook >>

* The Morning After: The Galaxy Z Flip’s glass screen isn’t as tough as we thought >>
* An exoplanet is generating radio waves from its red dwarf sun >>
* How Cloud Computing Is Changing in the Near Future >>

* Why IoT Needs a Cloud-Native IoT Messaging Service >>
* The 10x Programmer: Is Individual Productivity Overrated? >>
* Google just updated Google Maps. How to use its new commute tools >>

* Cloud Home Automation Series Part 4: Connected Light Bulb using AWS, ESP32 & Arduino >>
* OpenSSH now supports FIDO U2F security keys for 2-factor authentication >>
* A Dozen Vulnerabilities Affect Millions of Bluetooth LE Powered Devices >>

* Huawei Scare Pushes Carriers to Tackle Dominance of 5G Suppliers >>
* Top 12 Advantages of Software as a Service (SaaS) >>
* How AI is used to build AI databases >>

* Fiverr launches AI-powered automated logo maker >>
* Hacking brain-computer interfaces >>

* Small Data Can Play a Big Role in AI >>
* Google Chrome Will Soon Start Blocking Insecure Downloads >>
* AI a new and ‘frightening’ battlefield in cyber war, experts warn >>

* New China virus cases drop for third day as toll passes 1,600 >>
* World Health Organization holds secretive talks with tech giants Google, Facebook and Amazon to tackle the spread of misinformation on coronavirus >>
* Coronavirus: more than 3,000 Britons tested >>
* China will start destroying cash collected in areas with high exposure to coronavirus >>
* Coronavirus: Tokyo Marathon cancels mass race, elite runners only >>
* The coronavirus cruise ship quarantine is a scary public health experiment >>
* Why the coronavirus outbreak may hasten the demise of the smartphone as we know it >>
* China contains 99% of COVID-19 cases within borders through lockdowns, sacrifices >>
* Slowed by the Coronavirus, China Inc. Struggles to Reopen >>

* Episode 772: Small Change >>
* Tesla Teardown Finds Electronics 6 Years Ahead of Toyota and VW >>
* 737 Max crashes have revived decades-old fears about what happens when aeroplane computers become more powerful than pilots >>

* Is 5G underperforming? >>
* Monkeys Wake From Anaesthetic When Brain Region Linked to Consciousness Is Stimulated >>
* Electric-fast-ferries-closer-reality >>

* U-2 Spy Plane Sticks This Landing Without Assistance From Its Flaps Or Speed Breaks >>
* What Is It Like Riding On The World’s Largest Cruise Ship? >>
* Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to fight climate change >>

* HBO Max’s first trailer reminds you it has non-HBO titles, too >>
* This map shows which companies have lasted hundreds (and even thousands) of years >>
* With the development of generalized AI, what’s the meaning of a person? >>

* Structuring Your Teams for Software Reliability >>
* #Slideshare – 2020 IT Predictions from 26 Industry Experts >>
* Edge Computing Alleviates the Burden of 2.5 Quintillion Bytes of Data >>

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