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* X-37B space plane launches on its most ambitious mission to date >>
* HTTP Status Codes Command This Malware How to Control Hacked Systems >>
* Coronavirus Has Forced Us into a Tech Reliant World >>

* This Week in Programming: Are We Digitally Transformed, Yet? >>
* TED: How to motivate people to do good for others >>
* Is the e-commerce shift going to last? >>

* US pushes China decoupling, wiping billions off Apple and Boeing >>
* India extends coronavirus lockdown for two more weeks, for third time >>
* Where coronavirus isn’t: What’s kept cases officially at zero in these 200 counties? >>

* German cafe tells customers to wear pool noodles to enforce social distancing >>
* Coronavirus has devastated Moscow. Now it’s spreading across Russia’s 11 time zones to ill-funded regions >>
* Coronavirus: Brazil overtakes Spain and Italy as new cases grow >>

* Why the FDA is banning the Gates-connected testing kits >>
* Zoom says Sunday morning outage resolved >>
* BookBubble podcast: Christine Leunens >>

* The Crypto Price-Innovation Cycle >>
* US recovery could take until end of 2021 >>
* Emirates Considers Cutting 30,000 Jobs, Retire A380s Faster >>

* Covid Vaccine Possible by End of 2020 >>
* Light-induced Propulsion of Graphene-on-grid Sails in Microgravity >>
* The Big Reset 2.0 >>

* Bill Gates Regrets Not Calling More Attention to the Danger of Pandemics >>
* Dyson finally unveils its cancelled electric car >>
* Elon Musk’s ‘Boring Company’ Finishes Digging Second Tunnel in Las Vegas >>

* Help wanted: Autonomous robot guide >>
* Maybe Its Time To Retire The Idea Of Going Viral >>
* NASA crowdsourcing helps build a better Moon digging robot >>

* World Health Leaders Stress Need For Sharing of Vaccines >>
* Future normal: Police in China, Dubai, and Italy are using surveillance helmets to scan people for COVID-19 >>
* Scientists found an even closer match between the new coronavirus and a virus in bats >>

* Boeing 737 Max private jet interior design looks more like a futuristic spaceship >>
* What’s New in Multiple Myeloma Treatment >>
* Mobile phones potential carrier of coronavirus, hospitals should restrict their use >>
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* Naomi Klein: How big tech plans to profit from the pandemic >>
… “It’s a future in which our homes are never again exclusively personal spaces,
but also, via high-speed digital connectivity, our schools, doctor’s offices, gyms, and,
if determined by state our jails. For many of us, those same homes were already turning into
our never-off workplaces and our primary entertainment venues before the pandemic”
… “This is a future in which, for the privileged, almost everything is home delivered,
either virtually via streaming and cloud technology, or physically via driverless
vehicle or drone, then screen “shared” on a mediated platform. It’s a future that
employs far fewer teachers, doctors and drivers.”

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 May 2020

* Video Friday: This Robotic Basketball Hoop Won’t Let You Miss >>
* Why did Apple buy NextVR? >>

* a16z Podcast: Growth in Turbulent Times >>
* A.I. Cameras to Monitor Social Distancing in the Office >>
* Questions about Facebook’s oversight board, Quibi’s popularity, and the Pixel 4A >>

* Drastic Makeover Looms for World’s Most Followed Stock Index >>
* We Already Know Where Cloud Technology is Headed >>

* COVID-19 recovery will be digital: A plan for the first 90 days >>
* Personalizing change management in the smartphone era >>
* Notes on the dynamics of subsequent epidemic waves >>

* A closer look at Valorant’s always-on anti-cheat system >>
* Sony Builds AI Into a CMOS Image Sensor >>
* How will Europe’s coronavirus contact-tracing apps work across borders? >>

* CBS All Access greenlights ‘Strange New Worlds,’ a new Star Trek series about Pike and Spock >>
* German University Opens Up Its Hands-on Remote FPGA Lab During the Coronavirus Pandemic >>
* Going to beach in coronavirus lockdown? Italian designer has solution: “Safebeach” >>

* Can Human Minds Be Reduced to Computer Programs? >>
* Researchers achieve remote control of hormone release >>
* Grand Theft Auto V free video game giveaway crashes Epic Games online store >>

* AI successfully used to identify different types of brain injuries >>
* What Satya Nadella Thinks >>
* Virgin Galactic is looking for 2 pilots to fly its spaceflight missions. >>

* Planes and offices must improve ventilation to reduce coronavirus risk >>
* This AI-powered Auto-Completer is Helping Developers Write 25% Less Code >>
* Sony AR app shows if a new TV will fit your room >>

* Microsoft stops offering 32-bit Windows 10 to computer manufacturers >>
* WebAssembly COBOL Pong >>
* Every musician is basically a YouTuber now >>

* A virtual race will replace the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June >>
* Coming Soon: A Nuclear Reactor—With a 3D-Printed Core >>
* 3 views on the future of work, coffee shops and neighborhoods in a post-pandemic world >>

* Develop Agility That Outlasts the Pandemic >>
* Covid 19 coronavirus: Why contact tracing tech isn’t so straightforward >>
* Apple chip-maker TSMC is building a $12 billion plant in Arizona >>

* Amazon is mass-producing face shields to sell to frontline workers >>
* Amazon Prime Video to globally premiere 7 Indian movies as theaters remain closed >>
* VMware completes the native hybrid hyperscale set as Google turns on managed vSphere >>

* Funny video perfectly captures the mind game of asking ‘Are you busy?’ >>
* Friday May 15, 2020 No Interruptions At Home >>
* Plasma Jets May One Day Propel Aircraft >>

* Space Force is About to Launch its Mysterious X-37B Spaceplane Again >>
* Astronomers Continue to Analyze Pluto’s Atmosphere >>
* First Look: NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Fully Stowed >>

* Cambium Network and Facebook Team Up For the Sake of Smart Cities >>
* China’s 5G fever triggers 6G delirium as experts channel Dr. Dolittle >>
* Virus-linked cell tower attacks threaten NZ services >>

* Stocks Finish Week More Than 1% Lower >>
* FBI’s Insider-Trading Investigation on Capitol Hill >>
* Why Contact Tracing May Be A Mess In America >>

* Dell’s New XPS Laptops and Zocdoc’s Telehealth Play >>
* This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through May 16) >>
* MIT Nanosensor Can Alert a Smartphone When Plants Are Stressed >>

* After the sales >>
* How many streaming services would you pay for? Three more services want your money >>
* Post-lockdown tribalism >>

* Welcome to the Digital Factory: The answer to how to scale your digital transformation >>
* From thinking about the next normal to making it work: What to stop, start, and accelerate >>
* Is your supply chain risk blind—or risk resilient? >>

* Adapting to the next normal in retail: The customer experience imperative >>
* Coronavirus vaccine ‘may never be found’ – latest news on UK trials >>

* Telcos sick of arson attacks on cell towers >>
* Radical new type of vaccine being developed in London >>
* Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are the laugh we all need right now >>

* Trump threatens to cut US ties with China, blaming them for ‘the plague’ >>
* Moxie is a $1,500 robot from an Amazon-backed startup >>
* Watch live as ULA launches a secretive U.S. military spaceplane live for its sixth mission >>

* This Week in Apps: Houseparty battles Messenger, Telegram drops crypto plans, Instagram Lite is gone >>
* Startups Weekly: How will we build the city of the future? >>
* Second Waves Are Plaguing Asia’s Virus Recovery >>

* This toothbrush cleans your top and bottom teeth at the same time >>
* Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘Never Have I Ever’ turns teenage pain into comedic bliss >>
* NASA’s Artemis Accords lay out some rules for joint space exploration >>

* MIT Professor Proposes Fleet of Pre-Positioned Satellites Ready To Orbit Interstellar Comets >>
* I Enrolled in a Coronavirus Contact Tracing Academy >>
* How Investors Can Navigate Pandemic-Related Risk in Emerging Markets >>

* Everything You Can And Can’t Do With Facebook’s New Avatars >>
* DISH Sues Pirate IPTV Suppliers Who Sold Through Amazon and Walmart >>
* Changelog: Covid Tracing Tracker updates as they happen >>

* A data-driven response to a pandemic >>
* Saturday May 16, 2020 Dilbert Has To Upgrade Server >>
* Tesla $25,000 Model 3 Would be Cheaper Than a Free Gas Car >>

* Multiple Historic Revolutions of SpaceX Superheavy Starship >>
* Alive Or Not >>
* Enhancing speech-to-text accuracy of COVID-19-related terms with Amazon Transcribe Medical >>

* Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway slashed its Goldman Sachs stake by 84% last quarter >>
* Young Adults Take Refuge in Parents’ Empty Nests >>
* Revolution That Will Transform Software Development Market >>

* US broadcasters plow ahead with ‘NextGen TV’ >>
* HBO Max might have Friends, but Amazon and Roku aren’t yet among them >>
* Lack of immunity means China is vulnerable to another wave of coronavirus, top adviser warns >>

* This Art Installation Of A Giant Wave In South Korea Is Honestly Pretty Chill >>
* OnePlus 8 Pro has an accidental X-ray vision filter that sees through plastic and clothes >>
* Coronavirus: How Vietnam ‘sledgehammered’ virus curve >>

* Dave Brown, Amazon | AWS Summit Online 2020 >>
* Prashanth Chandrasekar, Stack Overflow | CUBE Conversation, May 2020 >>
* Corey Quinn, The Duckbill Group | AWS Summit Online 2020 >>

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