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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 October 2020

October 31, 2020 Leave a comment

* Phase One XT takes photography to a new level, 151-megapixel camera system. >>
* Vergecast: this week’s Section 230 hearing and the season of weird gadgets >>
* Apple One now available, bundling Apple’s services into a single subscription >>

* A New Way to Plug a Human Brain Into a Computer: via Veins >>
* Waymo Pulls Back The Curtain On 6.1 Million Miles Of Self-Driving Car Data In Phoenix >>
* PORTL Hologram raises $3M to put a hologram machine in every home >>

* Teachers are leaving schools. Will they come to startups next? >>
* Understanding Causality Is the Next Challenge for Machine Learning >>
* Futuristic E-Bike Comes With A Sleek Design Featuring Hubless Wheels >>

* WhatsApp is now delivering roughly 100 billion messages a day >>
* Face mask injected with antiviral chemicals that ‘attack’ infected droplets breathed out by the wearer could help stop the spread of Covid-19 >>
* US faces record surge of coronavirus cases as election looms >>

* Software can spy on what you type in video calls by tracking your arms >>
* Taiwan Semiconductors 2 Nanometer Future and Beyond >>
* Xi Jinping promises China will be more open to international scientific cooperation despite drive for hi-tech self-reliance >>
* Alibaba deploys autonomous logistics robots for ‘Double 11’ package delivery >>

* Digital economy starts a new engine of development in China >>
* Roborace engineer explains why a driverless racecar drove into a wall >>
* Millions of Americans are voting for the first time this year, and it’s not just young people >>
* Silicon Valley backs Biden to mend Trump’s US-China tech rift >>

* Tech Rout Sends Stocks to Worst Week Since March: Markets Wrap >>

* Open RAN might not be ready for America’s big 5G push >>
* Facebook looks to AR to build beyond ads >>
* During the pandemic, Alphabet spells advertising success >>

* Podcast: Pandemic’s pull on network traffic patterns >>
* What’s the story: Light Reading’s Mike Dano talks about Rivada and the DoD’s 5G ambitions >>
* In Defense of the IPO and How to Improve It, Part 2: Peeking Behind the Pop >>

* Dow Sheds 400 Points; Nasdaq Down 2.8% >>
* Covid’s Grip on a Rural Hospital >>

* Cloud and ad spending lift earnings at Amazon, Alphabet and Facebook >>
* Countdown: The case for stubborn optimism on climate >>
* Lightbend Survey: Cloud Native Is a Process, Not a Place >>

* Nextdoor: Test Challenges Two Weeks Before Launch >>
* lobe.ai Discover all the machine learning models you can train with Lobe. >>

* 15 Passion Economy Subscription Marketplace Ideas >>
* Why Didn’t America Become Part of the Modern World? >>
* The top 3 pain points of test automation, and how to overcome them >>
* Censored by China, under attack in America: what’s next for WeChat? >>

* JRE #1558 – TRISTAN HARRIS >>
* Twitter (with Dick Costolo) >>
* Contactless payments here to stay thanks to COVID-19, Cook says >>

* Notes of interest from Apple’s Q4 2020 and annual earnings report >>
* Apple’s $64.7B Q4 beats Street estimate, but China sales flag >>
* KashmirBlack Botnet Hijacks Thousands of Sites Running On Popular CMS Platforms >>

* Browser Bugs Exploited to Install 2 New Backdoors on Targeted Computers >>
* The SaaSOps Show: A Deep Dive Into SaaS Discovery >>
* A new growth formula for manufacturing in India >>

* Growth through a downturn >>
* Nine scenarios for the COVID-19 economy >>
* The technology industry in 2020 and beyond >>

* The telecom sector in 2020 and beyond >>
* Novid — a pre-exposure notification system for Covid (and other things) >>
* DARPA’s newest sub-hunting weapon is… Shrimp >>
* Deep Neural Networks Help to Explain Living Brains >>

* Building a real-time conversational analytics platform for Amazon Lex bots >>
* NASA releases new spooky space-themed posters about extreme places in the Universe >>
* New Simulation Shows Exactly What’s Happening as Neutron Stars Merge >>

* Weekly Space Hangout: October 28, 2020, Dr. Nathalie Cabrol, SETI Institute >>
* $850 Billion Potential of Error Corrected Quantum Computers >>
* Are Electronic Media Any Good at Getting Out the Vote? >>

* Metal Spheres Swarm Together to Create Freeform Modular Robots >>
* Nextbigfuture Interviews Honeywell on Scaling Trapped Ion Quantum Computers >>
* Programmable Filament Gives Even Simple 3D Printers Multi-Material Capabilities >>
* Dilbert: Friday October 30, 2020Code Reuse >>

* Big Tech earnings: Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Alphabet, and Twitter all report results on the same day >>
* Alphabet’s revenue recovers despite looming antitrust lawsuit >>
* Amazon crushes Q3 expectations even without Prime Day bump >>

* While we were staying home, Amazon amassed $96.1 billion in sales >>
* Amazon Web Services reports $11.6 billion third-quarter revenue, up 29% year over year >>
* Apple slides 4% on disappointing 4th quarter iPhone sales and lack of forward guidance >>

* Cloud infrastructure revenue grows 33% this quarter to almost $33B >>
* Amazon’s Dash Smart Shelf can re-order almost anything you can fit on it >>
* Comcast says Peacock has nearly 22M sign-ups >>
* How IBM Research Is Differentiating Its Hybrid Cloud Platform with AI >>

* Meet the 11 startups graduating from the Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator >>
* NASA confirms OSIRIS-REx has secured its asteroid sample >>
* Netflix is Raising the Price of Its Most Popular Plan To $14 Today, Premium Tier Increasing To $18 >>

* Google: Reflecting on our work with Asian newsrooms >>
* What really happens if Republicans get rid of Section 230 >>
* Algorithm trained with hundreds of zombie faces can transform selfies into blood thirsty undead corpses >>

* Seven Ways the Election Will Shape the Future of Science, Health and the Environment >>
* flowoid – No-Code Automation >>
* Great Barrier Reef: Scientists find reef taller than Empire State Building >>

* AI has cracked a key mathematical puzzle for understanding our world >>
* Trump is Going to Lose the Vote. But He Could Still Win the Election. >>
* When will SpaceX’s Starship SN8 fly? >>
* Video streaming and deep learning: Using Amazon Kinesis Video Streams with Deep Java Library >>
* Bringing real-time machine learning-powered insights to rugby using Amazon SageMaker >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 October 2020

October 29, 2020 Leave a comment

* San Francisco 49ers unveil the first in-stadium 8K replay system >>
* Loon sets stratospheric sustained flight record with 312-day balloon trip >>
* Study helps explain why motivation to learn declines with age >>

* Tara – A modern Jira alternative, free & now with Gitlab (tara.ai) >>
* Redpoint and Sequoia are backing a startup to copyedit your shit code >> r2c.dev >>

* IoT Network Companies Have Cracked Their Chicken-and-Egg Problem >>
* Donut launches Watercooler, an easy way to socialize online with coworkers >>
* GameFly lets you ‘lock in’ rentals for release day >>

* Meet the 11 startups graduating from the Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator >>
* The Earth Is Pulsating Every 26 Seconds, and Seismologists Don’t Agree Why >>
* BT cuts 3,600 jobs as virus pain worsens >>
* Hackers allegedly stole $2.3 million from the Wisconsin Republican Party >>

* AT&T, IBM team for edge computing and 5G >>
* Discussion with Saankhya Labs on development of truly virtualized open RAN >>
* US military goes all-in on spectrum sharing >>
* Journal Club: From Insect Eyes to Nanomaterials >>

* AI-powered camera used to replace humans during soccer games confuses referee’s bald head with the ball during a game, denying viewers a look at field >>
* With trust in AI, manufacturers can build better >>
* Watch a self-driving Roborace car drive directly into a wall >>

* Walmart’s new test stores will experiment with AR, mobile, revamped checkout and more >>
* Shopify stock is up in pre-market trading as earnings blow past estimates >>
* Rocket Lab successfully launches 10 Earth observation satellites in 15th commercial mission >>

* Ram is working on an electric version of its popular pickup truck >>
* RIAA Obtains Subpoenas Targeting 40 YouTube-Ripping Platforms & Pirate Sites >>
* Officials Warn of Cyberattacks on Hospitals as Virus Cases Spike >>

* NASA Discovers a Rare Metal Asteroid That’s Worth $10,000 Quadrillion >>
* Grimes and Endel made an AI-powered lullaby >>
* Hackers Can Now Reverse Engineer Intel Updates Or Write Their Own Custom Firmware >>

* Facebook’s Tech Chief: How We Built It and Where We’re Going >>
* Current and upcoming trends in Latin America’s mobile growth >>
* Celebrating 20 years of human life on the ISS with NASA >>

* Cakewalk3D lets your regular 3D printer decorate food >>
* Apple search crawler activity could signal a Google competitor, or a bid to make Siri a one-stop shop >>
* America’s technological leadership is at stake in this election >>
* Trump Campaign Website Is Defaced by Hackers >>
* How Airbnb Came Back From the Brink >>

* Social Media CEOs in the Senate Hot Seat over Content Policies >>
* Tech CEOs Defend Their Efforts to Police Online Content >>
* Honeywell reveals 10-qubit trapped-ion quantum computer >>

* Big tech’s meeting with Congress over Section 230 was largely political theater >>
* Mark Jow and Janet Giesen, Commvault | CUBE Conversation, October 2020 >>

* TEDMED 2020: Our existential flight from death — and wisdom on connecting to grief >>
* MDN Web Docs evolves! Lowdown on the upcoming new platform >>
* Introducing Semgrep and r2c >>
* SRE Teams #1: Hash >>

* Best Practices for Driving Software Quality through a Federated Application Security Responsibility >>
* JRE #1556 – GLENN GREENWALD >>
* JRE #1557 – GAD SAAD >>

* If 2020 Were A Movie, The Trailer Would Look Like This >>
* Europe tried a scalpel on the second wave. Now it’s going back to the sledgehammer >>
* NASA’s Webb Telescope To Scout Solar System’s Outer Graveyard >>

* DARPA AI Builds New Networks On The Fly >>
* Experts Predict Donald Trump Will Win Election By A Wide Margin Despite Polling >>
* The nightmare that Joe Biden could inherit >>
* Jack Dorsey testifies that Twitter does not have the ability to influence elections during Senate hearing >>

* The top 9 streaming shows this week on Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, and more >>
* Long covid: Why are some people sick months after catching the virus? >>

* Hawk-inspired robot with movable wings is an agile long-distance flyer >>
* Floating Offshore Wind Turbines Set to Make Inroads in U.S. >>
* China’s 2060 net-zero goal needs large-scale negative emissions tech >>
* ‘Better than a pen and paper’: NSW wants 3 million to download QR app by March >>

* NetEase game Justice holds world’s first AI conference, taking place in the hit MMORPG >>
* China’s Mars probe completes third orbital correction >>
* France, Germany head towards lock down as virus surges in Europe >>
* LinkedIn’s Career Explorer helps you identify new kinds of jobs based on the skills you have >>

* NZ Covid 19 coronavirus: Eighteen ways NZ can beef up its border >>
* Amazon Argues Users Don’t Actually Own Purchased Prime Video Content >>
* Bugsnax will be the first free PlayStation Plus game for PS5 >>
* Defining the future: The talks of TED Salon: Dell Technologies >>

* A cloud server with no network, no persistent storage, and no user access – what is AWS thinking? >>
* World’s First Ocean Hybrid Platform Converts Tidal Waves Into Energy >>
* Taiwan Semiconductor Will Have Volume Production of 3 Nanometer Chips in 2022 >>

* SpaceX Starlink Targets Near Global Service by 2021 >>
* Spacex Starship Super Heavy High Bay >>

* Configuring your Amazon Kendra Confluence Server connector >>
* New Mars Rover | Robot Dances and Fails | High-Tech News >>
* The Developer’s New Normal Quality and Security by Design >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 October 2020

October 28, 2020 Leave a comment

* Harley-Davidson’s first electric bicycle >>
* Apple’s Clips app finally supports vertical video >>
* Robust.AI raises a $15M Series A to improve problem solving for collaborative robots >>

* A Vision for the Next Decade of Human Genomics Research >>
* Facebook seeks more telecom co-investments >>

* Watch Rocket Lab Launch their Awesome Electron Rocke >>
* $45BN New Railway Beneath Paris >>
* SpaceX Boca Chica – Bridge Crane for Super Heavy Stacking Delivered – SN12 Nosecone Barrel Spotted >>

* AI applications gather pace in medical field >>
* Israeli artificial intelligence provides real care for Mayo Clinic >>
* Israeli researchers wield machine learning to streamline clinical trials >>

* Should your SaaS startup embrace a bottom-up GTM strategy? >>
* Podcast: What’s the story with DoD & 5G? >>
* China’s 2nd aircraft carrier Shandong completes testing, training mission, to be combat-ready by year-end >>

* Next-gen skincare, silk without spiders and pollution for lunch: Meet the biotech startups pitching at IndieBio’s Demo Day >>
* Anthony Albanese: From the NYSE to Crypto >>
* Trump Versus Biden on the Economy >>
* Autonomous pothole-repairing robots can detect cracks and fix roads automatically could hit Britain in 2021 >>

* Cisco aims to improve automation and visibility in multicloud environments >>
* TED Salon: Dell Technologies: Climate change is becoming a problem you can taste >>
* NGINX Steps into the Service Mesh Fray Promising a Simpler Alternative >>

* Wikimedia moves to GitLab >>
* Jetson Nano Developer Kit >>
* Experts Fear Lab-Grown Brains Will Become Sentient, Which Is Upsetting >>

* From Developer To Entrepreneur feat. Philip Thomas >>
* Tasktop Flow Institute launched, Bugsnag announces new user stability analytics >>
* New Stent-like Electrode Allows Humans to Operate Computers With Their Thoughts >>

* Star Trek, Intel and Boeing Lost Their Engineering Mojo >>
* Automation, a work for testers or developers? >>
* Covid Marks the Dawn of the Age of Collapse >>

* Automating Complex End-to-End Tests >>
* This floating spaceport in Japan could bring space travel to the city >>
* Trump’s economic adviser reiterates ‘free market approach’ to 5G >>

* Bugatti unveils a super light hypercar that can top 300 miles an hour >>
* The Tuatara Is The World’s Fastest Production Car >>
* Boeing to cut 20% of workforce by end of 2021 >>

* Video streaming and deep learning: Using Amazon Kinesis Video Streams with Deep Java Library >>
* A Hacker Is Threatening to Leak Patients’ Therapy Notes >>
* I reverse engineered mcdonald’s internal api and currently placing an order worth $18,752 every minute in the US >>

* Split-Second Phantom Attacks, Deep Fakery, Serverless, and RE McDonalds API >>
* Exploring AI for radiotherapy planning with Mayo Clinic >>
* AMD’s $649 Radeon RX 6800XT will take on NVIDIA’s RTX 3080 >>
* AI Engineers Need to Think Beyond Engineering >>

* Ready for pull rate limits? Docker outlines ‘next chapter’ as Google tells customers how to dodge subscriptions >>
* Node.js 15: What’s new, what’s coming, and keeping pace with Deno. ‘We’re not going to reinvent’ module ecosystem >>
* New AI Inferencing Records >>

* AI Improves Control of Robot Arms >>
* Scientists in Japan Have Found a Detailed Record of the Earth’s Last Magnetic Reversal, 773,000 Years Ago >>
* Software and the next normal: A talk with Workday’s cofounder and co-CEO >>

* Executive’s guide to developing AI at scale >>
* The New Dark Age, update >>
* Jeff Bezos Is Reportedly Looking To Buy CNN >>

* The 45 best and coolest tech gifts of 2020 >>
* We tried Furbo dog camera that lets you monitor and play with your pet from afar >>
* Watch final launch spot for PlayStation 5, an epic 60-second trailer >>
* Videos of Tesla’s new ‘full self-driving’ software look futuristic — but show just how far it is from full autonomy >>

* Futuristic flying ‘AirCar’ takes to the skies for the first time >>
* It’s Time to End Slash-and-Burn Capitalism >>
* Don’t Even Try Paying Cash in China >>

* Apple’s latest acquisition uses AI to figure out what’s in your videos >>
* Apple is building its own version of Google Search, report says >>
* Windows 10 update removes Flash and prevents it from being reinstalled >>

* Via and Hyundai-Aptiv joint venture to offer shared robotaxi rides next year >>
* Why political campaigns are sending 3 billion texts in this election >>
* How to make restaurants safer during the pandemic >>

* How Jack Dorsey will defend Twitter in tomorrow’s Senate hearing on Section 230 >>
* Building a more inclusive internet, beyond COVID-19 >>

* US election 2020: What does it cost and who pays for it? >>
* Coronavirus: Latest from around the world – Thursday, October 29 >>
* Will we be in lockdown for Christmas? What celebrations will look like during Covid-19 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 October 2020

October 27, 2020 Leave a comment

* SpaceX begins public beta testing of Starlink constellation at $99 a month >>
* T-Mobile tries to disrupt pay-TV – starting at $10/month >>
* SpaceX Starship Airlock Concept >>

* AMD will snap up Xilinx for $35B >>
* Dremio says its query engine eliminates the need for cloud data warehouses >>
* It’s Time to Build in Healthcare—COVID 19, Innovation, and What Comes Next >>

* YouTube revamps its mobile app with new gestures, video chapter lists and more >>
* SpaceX and LeoLabs partner up for tracking of Starlink satellite deployments >>
* Going Carbon-Negative—Starting with Vodka >>

* India gains access to US satellites in ways Japan and Australia do >>
* Crash Bandicoot is landing on Android and iOS devices in spring 2021 >>
* Vimeo introduces free video messaging with Vimeo Record >>

* Tesla exports first China-made cars to Europe with shipment of 7,000 Model 3 electric sedans >>
* Telcos, ISPs, tech fight for India E and V band spectrum >>
* Everyone on Instagram will soon be able to go live for four hours >>

* T-Mobile expands into live internet TV with new TVision streaming service >>
* The Algorithm That Could Get You Back in the Office >>
* You can get a 3D printed studio (yes, a printed apartment) for just over $100K >>
* Amazon’s Music Unlimited streaming service is free for 3 months as part of its pre-Black Friday sale >>

* Crash Bandicoot is landing on Android and iOS devices in spring 2021 >>
* Election 2020: The Stakes for Science >>
* Uber’s ‘robo-firing’ of drivers targeted in latest European lawsuit >>
* Teaching robots through positive reinforcement >>

* NASA and SpaceX set November 14 target date for first operational Crew Dragon launch >>
* SimilarWeb raises $120M for its AI-based market intelligence platform for sites and apps >>
* PlayStation 5 first look: At home with Sony’s new console >>

* MIT Unveils a Roboat Big Enough to Stand on >>
* Dendra System’s seed-spitting drones rebuild forests from the air >>
* Driverless Cars Go Humble to Get Real >>
* No-Code Generation is arriving >>

* How an Algorithm Blocked Kidney Transplants to Black Patients >>
* RIAA’s YouTube-DL Takedown Ticks Off Developers and GitHub’s CEO >>
* PlayStation 5 Unboxing: Sneak Peek At The Next-Generation Of Console Gaming >>
* Why cloud is critical in the post-COVID period >>

* How Long-term Thinking Can Help Earth Now >>
* The five biggest effects Trump has had on the US space program >>
* AWS Serverless Platform >>
* Dan Lines Keynote Sneak Peak: Agile + DevOps Virtual 2020 >>

* Abusing Teams client protocol to bypass Teams security policies >>
* Amazon Plans to Hire 100,000 Seasonal Workers for Holidays >>
* T-Mobile overshadows Verizon, AT&T in LTE fixed wireless coverage >>
* Election Day is in 7 days. Here’s when we might know a winner and how each candidate could claim victory >>
* 10 favorite startups from Techstars’ October 2020 class >>

* PlayStation 5 first look: At home with Sony’s new console >>
* Infratil strikes deal for Aussie radiology chain >>
* China’s Inexorable Rise to Superpower Is History Repeating Itself >>
* Reimagining the auto industry’s future: It’s now or never >>

* Researchers 3D Print Tunable Ferroelectric Metamaterials >>
* Are drone deliveries the answer for supply chains in Africa? >>
* Caroline Buckee: Can Mobile-phone Data Help Control the Spread of the Coronavirus? >>
* Zoom starts rolling out end-to-end encryption >>

* What to expect on Election Day >>
* Unlocking AI’s Potential for Social Good >>
* SpaceX Starlink Public Beta – Pricing & Details Released! Will It Be Mobile for RVers & Boaters? >>
* New Nuclear Engine Concept Could Help Realize 3-Month Trips To Mars >>

* Netflix is making multiple ‘Assassin’s Creed’ shows >>
* NeoLight’s jaundice treatment catches another $7 million to bring neonatal light therapy to the home >>
* Movie Company Sues Pirates Who Used an Anonymous VPN >>
* Freshworks (re-)launches its CRM service >>

* Gillmor Gang: Unsuppressed >>
* Following the 2020 U.S. Election with Google >>
* Daily Crunch: Facebook launches cloud gaming service >>

* Microsoft brings Azure to Taiwan, therefore steps into a geopolitical cauldron >>
* xkcd Phone 12 >>
* Spotting Mystery Methane Leaks From Space >>

* IMROS Robotics Conference Is Online Now and Completely Free >>
* Blackrock and Goldman Sachs Are Piling Into This $30 Trillion Opportunity >>
* Advanced Nuclear Thermal Propulsion Design for 90 Days Trip to Mars>>

* 40,000 Square Kilometers of the Lunar Surface Can Hold Wate >>
* There’s Water and Ice on the Moon, and in More Places Than NASA Thought>>
* Bringing real-time machine learning-powered insights to rugby using Amazon SageMaker >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 October 2020

October 26, 2020 Leave a comment

* We Just Found Water on the Sunlit Moon. That Could Change Everything. >>
* Vaccine hopes, Oxford jab prompts immune response among old as well as young adults >>
* Facebook is rolling out a free cloud gaming service >>

* Facebook steps into cloud gaming — and another feud with Apple >>
* Researchers 3D-printed a cell-sized tugboat >>

* The No-Code Generation is arriving >>
* Parsing Algorithms Course >>
* The Future of Cloud Native Security Is Self-Healing >>

* Samsung, Stanford make a 10,000PPI display that could lead to ‘flawless’ VR >>
* Lee Kun-Hee, Samsung Electronics chairman, dies at 78 >>

* iPhone 12 drop test confirms the new screen helps durability, to an extent >>
* Water on the Moon could sustain a lunar base >>
* TED Studio: What if a US presidential candidate refuses to concede after an election? >>

* Reid Hoffman and Fei-Fei Li on Human-Centered AI (Special Episode) >>
* TEDMED 2020: Can we create vaccines that mutate and spread? >>

* Tamara McCleary, Thulium | Citrix Workspace Summit >>
* 25 Years In Speech Technology …and I still don’t talk to my computer. >>
* a16z Podcast: Textiles as Tech, Science, Math, Culture… or Civilization >>

* SpaceX Boca Chica – Starship Factory Drive-Thru – New Flaps Delivered and New Nosecone Moved Outside >>
* It’s Time to Build in Healthcare—COVID 19, Innovation, and What Comes Next >>
* 16 Minutes #44: Gaming Is Among Us >>

* Juniper CTO: Acquisitions and building AI-focused enterprise networks >>
* Fehmarnbelt Tunnel will be the world’s longest immersed tunnel >>
* Surviving disillusionment >>

* Onboarding AI: “Something Went Wrong” Stories >>
* 5 Essential Software Architecture Design Principles >>
* Nokia Will Deploy LTE Cell Service to the Moon by Late 2022 >>

* New Framework Released to Protect Machine Learning Systems From Adversarial Attacks >>
* Lilt CEO AI Spence Green Is Making More Information Accessible to More People – Ep. 130 >>
* Microsoft and Infragistics bring new UI to Blazor, Instana always-on profiling for production PHP and Python apps, and RapidAPI testing >>

* How Long-term Thinking Can Help Earth Now >>
* The Data of Long-lived Institutions >>
* NetApp debuts new ‘storageless’ storage platform for Kubernetes apps >>

* Private 5G is coming to enterprises – and it poses a big threat to WiFi >>
* Facebook Prepares Measures for Possible U.S. Election Unrest >>
* U.S. Stocks Drop on Virus Uptick >>

* Why do so many Asian nations want to be in China’s debt? >>
* China’s top leaders set stage for extended Xi rule with 15-year plan >>
* Global developers lured to China AI innovation platform >>

* This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through October 24) >>
* Enhancing AI Across the Intelligent Edge Ecosystem with Intel >>
* Biden gains as suburban women and elderly voters turn backs on Trump >>

* Dozens of major news outlets have endorsed Joe Biden for president >>
* More than 57 million Americans have already voted >>
* 10 things in tech you need to know today >>

* CRISPR weapon spread by bacterial sex could destroy deadly superbugs >>
* Vint Cerf Is Working on an Internet for Outer Space >>
* MIT tests autonomous ‘Roboat’ that can carry two passengers >>

* In World First, 100% of South Australia’s Power Supplied By Solar Panels >>
* Global Crowdsourcing Can Help the U.S. Beat the Pandemic >>
* CNET: Police Are Using Facial Recognition For Minor Crimes, ‘Because They Can’ >>

* Ant Group could raise as much as $34.5B in IPO in what would be world’s largest IPO >>
* Coursera saw a 398% increase in users >>

* Path to Megawatt Direct Drive Fusion Propulsion Has No Scientific Roadblocks >>
* CRISPR Gene Editing Create Fat Burning Brown Fat in Mice >>
* New Trailers: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, The Prom, News of the World, and more >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 October 2020

October 25, 2020 Leave a comment

* SpaceX Starship Fully Stacked – SN8’s 15km flight next week? >>
* NASA works to secure the OSIRIS-REx asteroid sample >>

* Army of avatar robots readies to invade Japanese job market >>
* SpaceX aims to build a Starlink mega constellation around MARS >>
* Breaking Analysis: Google’s Antitrust Play Should be to get its Head out of its Ads >>

* Video Friday: Sarcos Is Developing a New Teleoperated Dexterous Robot >>
* This week: Quibi’s shutdown, Google’s antitrust charges, and Foxconn’s LCD factory failure >>

* JRE: #1554 – Kanye West >>
* What is Abusability Testing and Why is it Necessary? >>
* Official: Solar Is Cheapest Electricity in History >>

* Mathematicians have found the shortest route to visit 2 million stars >>
* SpaceX Works with Microsoft to Build Satellite Network | China Unveils Ambitious Moon Mission Plan >>
* AI Counts 1.8 Billion Trees In Sahara Desert >>
* AI Assesses Alzheimer’s Risk by Analyzing Word Usage >>
* AI Corrects 50 Years of Sex Bias in Drug Safety Trials >>

* Tesla’s ‘full self-driving’ vehicles can’t drive themselves >>
* Biden pledges free COVID-19 vaccines for all if elected >>
* Obama dishes scathing attack on Trump for ‘treating presidency like a reality show’ >>

* My toothbrush streams gyroscope data >>
* The RIAA is coming for the YouTube downloaders >>

* Researchers Pack 10,000 Metasurface Pixels Per Inch in New OLED Display >>
* Is the camera as good as Apple claims it is? Pro photographer tests the new iPhone 12 Pro >>
* Why Apple put 5G skin in the game >>

* Heavy Reading’s Gabriel Brown: 5G evolution, private networks and the iPhone 12 >>
* Brexit: Why is fishing a stumbling block in the trade talks? >>
* How 30 Lines of Code Blew Up a 27-Ton Generator >>

* Descript lets you edit videos by tweaking text scripts >>
* Customer experience and digital transformation concepts are merging during the pandemic >>
* Brain-Inspired Robot Controller Uses Memristors for Fast, Efficient Movement >>

* A massive spam attack is ruining public ‘Among Us’ games >>
* Among Us developers scramble to block massive ‘Eris Loris’ spam attack >>

* The short, strange life of Quibi >>
* Was Quibi the good kind of startup failure? >>
* Quibi’s star-studded shows cost the startup up to $100,000 per minute to make >>
* Quibi’s investors want their money back >>

* Robot trained in a game-like simulation performs better in real life>>
* iPhone 12 and 12 Pro review: Are they worth it? >>
* Jet Packs Used To Board and Capture a Navy Ship in a Test >>

* Researchers find huge, sophisticated black market for trade in online ‘fingerprints’ >>
* PV-powered drone for emergency services >>
* Long Covid: ‘I thought I’d get over this no problem’ >>

* US Navy F/A-18s would ‘destroy’ China’s J-15 carrier fighters today, but the future could be a different story >>
* How to use Facebook Messenger Rooms to video chat with friends and family from any device >>
* How to create a Google Classroom on a computer or mobile device >>

* Covid-19 news: Blood plasma therapy has limited effect, study finds >>
* The Price for Not Wearing Masks: Perhaps 130,000 Lives >>
* CRISPR turns normal body fat into a type that burns energy >>

* Russians Who Pose Election Threat Have Hacked Nuclear Plants and Power Grid >>
* Photos: Despite pandemic, people flock to Apple Stores on iPhone 12 launch day >>
* Daily Crunch: Uber and Lyft defeated again in court >>

* iPhone 12 teardown reveals how 5G has changed things >>
* Technology That’s Replacing the Green Screen >>
* SpaceX launches 60 more satellites during 15th Starlink mission >>

* Researchers Discover Second ‘Key’ Used By Coronavirus To Enter Human Cells >>
* Facebook and Twitter CEOs will testify in Senate hearing after the election >>
* Geologists Have Found the Earth’s Missing Tectonic Plate >>
* Astronomers Find the Hollowed-Out Shell of a Dwarf Galaxy that Collided With the Milky Way Billions of Years Ago >>

* VIDEO: The US Navy is experimenting using drones to hand things off to ballistic missile submarines >>
* Biden says he would ‘shut down the virus, not the country’ during the final presidential debate >>
* Email should be obsolete by now, so why are we still using it? >>

* Could AI help clinicians to predict Alzheimer’s disease before it develops? >>
* Appeals court backs ruling that Uber, Lyft should treat drivers as employees >>
* Announcing the agenda for TC Sessions: Space 2020 >>

* Algorithms Are Making Economic Inequality Worse >>
* The Lithium-Ion Battery With Built-In Fire Suppression >>
* SpaceX Starlink Dishes With Work in Trains, Cars and Planes >>
* Print These Electronic Circuits Directly Onto Skin >>

* New Sensor Integrated Within Dental Implants Monitors Bone Health >>
* Liquid Lasers Challenge Fiber Lasers as the Basis of Future High-Energy Weapons >>
* From Foldable Phones to Stretchy Screens >>
* Weekly Space Hangout: October 21, 2020, Dr. Jill Tarter and the Search for Technosignatures >>

* Oxygen Supply Failed in Russian Zvezda Module of ISS. Astronauts aren’t in Danger, but Station Showing its Age >>
* Seeing Earth as a Transiting World >>
* Recent Findings About Venus. “No Statistically Significant Detection of Phosphine” >>
* Securing Amazon SageMaker Studio connectivity using a private VPC >>

* SpaceX Starship Comes Alive and Becomes First Fully Stacked Flight-Ready Rocket >>
* Australian and Korean researchers warn of loopholes in AI security systems >>
* The Data of Long-lived Institutions >>

* Pandoc: a universal document converter – >>
* ‘No Time to Die’ sale could have reached $600M >>
* Dapr Distributed Runtime Nears Production Readiness >>
* Tibco buys Information Builders in its biggest-ever acquisition >>
* We need more innovation to close the gap between physical and virtual learning >>

* Experts say securing a COVID-19 vaccine in record time could be easy, but distributing it won’t be >>
* Saudi Arabia launches national artificial intelligence strategy >>
* Arnold Schwarzenegger reveals he had heart surgery, says he feels ‘fantastic’ >>

* Cryo–electron microscopy breaks the atomic resolution barrier at last >>
* Will Starship and Commercial Landers Make Artemis Better Than Apollo? >>
* US election 2020: How Trump has changed the world >>

* Node.js v15.0.0 is here! >>
* You’re Now About To Witness The Strength Of The World’s Largest Air Cannon >>
* LiveCode is a modern day HyperCard >>

* Palo Alto Tiny BASIC in Your Browser >>
* Meet the 24-year-old who’s tracking every broken McDonald’s ice-cream machine in the US >>
* Juniper CTO on creating an AI-driven enterprise >>

* Facebook in the crosshairs of possible FTC lawsuit >>
* AT&T ratchets up pace of cuts as 9K jobs vanish >>
* Transforming the RAN: Engaging the benefits of the cloud >>
* Framework for Decision-Making in a Time of Change >>

* A Billionaire’s Plan for Mass Covid Testing >>
* Rajesh Janey, Dell Technologies, Utpal Bakshi & Satish Yadavalli, Wipro | Dell Technologies World >>
* Why I’m Looking Forward to the 2027 iPhone >>
* To think your way out of a crisis, look beyond it >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 October 2020

October 22, 2020 Leave a comment

* First Look At Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta, And It Looks Awesome >>
* LIVE: Starship SN8 Nosecone Installation in Boca Chica >>
* Starship SN8 Nosecone Rollout in Boca Chica >>

* Huawei’s Mate 40 Pro announced with speedy 50W wireless charging >>
* Video Shows NASA Space Probe Touch an Asteroid >>
* Instacart will accept food stamps for grocery delivery >>

* Michael Dell envisions ‘as-a-service’ future for Dell Technologies, powered by cloud, 5G and AI >>
* Rajesh Janey, Dell Technologies, Uptal Bakshi & Satish Yadavali, Wipro | Dell Technologies World ’20 >>
* HBO Max has 28.7 million subscribers, but not all of them are actually watching yet >>

* IBM is a step closer to developing accurate AI prediction model for Alzheimer’s >>
* Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt on Big Tech’s Power >>
* It’s time to rethink the legal treatment of robots >>

* Adobe can change a sky, add a smile in seconds with Photoshop >>
* Top 21 Photoshop 2021 New Features in 21 Mins! >>

* Amazon will allow corporate employees to work from home through June 2021 >>
* It’s Google’s World. We Just Live in It. >>
* Artificial intelligence can analyze smartphone ‘rash selfies’ to diagnose Lyme disease more quickly >>

* Quibi shuts down after six months: Of course it failed >>
* Reversing Parkinson’s with New Neurons >>
* DeepMind’s Journey from Games to Fundamental Science >>
* Ericsson still beating ‘non-Chinese rivals,’ says CEO >>

* AT&T, T-Mobile take different views on 6G >>
* Huawei Outhustles Trump by Stockpiling Chips Needed for China 5G >>
* Artificial Intelligence in Service Desks >>
* Digital Transformation in a Kubernetes World >>

* Comparison of Kubernetes Ingress controllers >>
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* Popular Mobile Browsers Found Vulnerable To Address Bar Spoofing Attacks >>
* Upcoming Mobile Phones: Future Smartphones in 2020 and 2021 >>

* Google Antitrust Notes >>
* Replacing Ansible with salt-ssh for speed and for good >>
* OAuth 3 >>
Google … What Movie Should I Watch Today? How AI Can Affect Our Decisions >>

* The Future of Data in Serverless Will Be API-Driven >>
* Gartner’s IT predictions: DNA storage, expanding CIO roles and more >>
* Puppet launches new tool to automate infrastructure security compliance >>

* Tesla rides high on cost savings from China’s Gigafactory >>
* China surpasses the US as Hollywood loses its box office mojo >>
* Mitsubishi Heavy halts development of Japan’s home-grown jet >>

* US seeks to sway Brazil on Chinese 5G with US$1-billion deal >>
* India has set aside $7 billion to vaccinate the world’s second-biggest population >>
* China calls the US an ‘empire of hacking’ >>
* Huawei unveils 5G Mate 40 flagship smartphones as chip supply constraints loom >>

* Build, deploy & operate applications successfully >>
* Seeking Solar System’s Secrets, NASA’s OSIRIS-REX Mission Touches Bennu Asteroid >>
* Ultimate Guide to AWS Step Functions >>

* Why Does the U.S. Have Three Electrical Grids? >>
* AWS open sources porting assistant for .NET: Early days for ‘a broad problem’ >>
* Big Telco freaks out as unknown operator with great political connections vies for valuable 5G space in America >>

* Logitech breezes past $1bn sales barrier in its Q2. That’s a hell of a lot of mice, keyboards and web cams >>
* AI Fairness Isn’t Just an Ethical Issue >>
* Advancing the Potential of AI in Medical Imaging at MICCAI 2020 >>

* Airbnb Hires Jony Ive To Design Next-Gen Products and Services >>
* What to expect from Apple for late 2020 and early 2021 >>
* Dutch Hacker Says He Logged Into President Trump’s Twitter Account >>

* Former Google CEO Calls Social Networks ‘Amplifiers for Idiots’ >>
* Google Antitrust Fight Thrusts Low-Key C.E.O. Into the Line of Fire >>
* Kite adds support for 11 new languages to its AI code completion tool >>
* Apple-Sized Stars, a Potato-Shaped Earth and the Force That Creates Our Reality >>

* Cathay Pacific slashes 8,500 jobs as it struggles with the pandemic and politics. >>
* Trump’s Antibody ‘Cure’ Will Be in Short Supply >>
* US coronavirus cases are climbing to a 3rd peak. Colour-coded charts show how risky everyday activities are. >>
* Can We Trust AI Doctors? Google Health and Academics Battle It Out >>

* NASA Refines Space Station Urine Recycling with 3D Printing >>
* The Economics of COVID >>
* First Look At Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta, And It Looks Awesome >>

* First Look At Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta, And It Looks Awesome https://digg.com/video/heres-a-first-look-at-teslas-full-self-driving-beta

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 October 2020

October 21, 2020 Leave a comment

* Boston Dynamics’ Spot is getting an arm and self-charging dock next year >>
* Facebook. Well contained. Keep the rest of your life to yourself. >>
* PayPal to allow cryptocurrency buying, selling and shopping on its network >>

* GMC’s 1,000HP Hummer EV is an ‘all-electric supertruck’ >>
* NASA’s OSIRIS-REx successfully collected bits of an orbiting asteroid >>
* OSIRIS-REx survived its touchdown on asteroid Bennu—now we wait to see if it got a sample >>
* Amazon Prime members get free one-hour grocery pickups at Whole Foods >>

* The Government Sues Google >>
* US Justice Dept: Google paid handset makers for search dominance >>
* Google: A deeply flawed lawsuit that would do nothing to help consumers >>

* SpaceX Boca Chica – Starship SN8 ready for nosecone arrival and mating >>
* SpaceX Starlink – The Internet Revolution – Beta tests going public soon! >>

* HCL Volt MX low-code solution for professional developers >>
* Tricentis AI-powered test automation, NetBSD 9.1 released, and AWS porting assistant for .NET now open source >>
* Wrike launches new AI tools to keep your projects on track >>

* Landing AI launches new visual inspection platform for manufacturers >>
* Descript, Andrew Mason’s platform to edit audio by editing text, now lets you edit video, too >>
* Future of Active Host Vulnerability Monitoring >>

* A US lab used rockets to launch a semi-truck into a new tractor trailer built to transport nuclear weapons >>
* Scientists accidentally discover new organ in human head >>

* VR Roulette Episode 5: Punching Pigs, Quidditch And Doritos >>
* Breaking the Latency Barrier >>

* Microsoft’s ‘PIVOT’ Haptics Research Could Make Throwing A Ball In VR More Believable >>
* Aleph Farms cooks up plan to grow cultured steaks on Mars >>

* Optical navigation enables sample collection from asteroid >>
* Geotab Keyless helps car-sharing fleets pool assets >>
* VBOX Indoor Positioning System. Speed & position — anywhere. >>
* How To Protect Yourself From Unexpectedly High AWS Bills >>
* The Eleven Defining Characteristics of Modern Software Architecture >>
* Image Processing Techniques That You Can Use in Machine Learning Projects >>

* Low-code vs model-driven: are they the same? >>
* Carrier networks must integrate and automate to chase innovation >>
* Ericsson rides high on China 5G boom >>

* Coronavirus is causing ‘academic Darwinism’ as campuses stay closed >>
* China develops high-speed train to run on different rail systems >>

* 60,000 volunteers receive Chinese COVID-19 vaccines in phase-3 trials >>
* Is Netflix actually making the cultural equivalent of billion-dollar movies? >>
* How COVID-19 infected the world with lies >>
* 41.3 m confirmed infections, 1.13m deaths. Spain hits 1 million infections >>
* Long Covid: Who is more likely to get it? >>

* When User Experience Means Life or Death >>
* Scientists Can Now Take Virtual Walks Through Human Cells >>
* Microsoft’s Flight Simulator 2020 Blurs the Line Between Tools and Toys>>

* Why ‘digital’ is no different when it comes to valuation >>
* When governments turn to AI: Algorithms, trade-offs, and trust >>
* Adobe gives Photoshop 2021 even more Sensei AI power, brings livestreaming to Photoshop for iPad >>
* Mass-spectrometry breakthrough paves the way to detecting viruses >>

* US election 2020: Trump’s impact on the environment, health and space >>
* Presidential Debates Have Shockingly Little Effect on Election Outcomes >>
* Is the coronavirus evolving and will it become more or less deadly? >>

* Your photos delivered monthly from Google Photos >>
* The science and technology of sound sleep >>
* Quibi chairman reportedly looked into selling its content library >>

* Google Assistant can now play Spotify podcasts on your Nest speakers >>
* Ford will use its Escape SUV to power a self-driving car service >>
* Wow, Betelgeuse Might Be 25% Closer than Previously Believed >>
* It’s still possible to detect the site of the 2017 kilonova explosion >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 October 2020

October 20, 2020 Leave a comment

* Adobe MAX Keynote >>
* Dozens of volunteers will be deliberately infected with covid-19 in the UK >>
* Google Antitrust Lawsuit Filed By Justice Department >>

* LG’s rollable OLED TV goes on sale for $87,000 >>
* Pandemic: Global economic recovery tracker >>
* Deepfakes bot being used to “undress” underage girls >>

* Promise of Payroll APIs >>
* Tech Live: Tech Platforms and the Power of Persuasion >>
* Bio Eats World: The Biology of Pain >>

* Private networks to play growing role in IoT – report >>
* Verizon and Nokia snuggle up in private 5G >>
* Coronavirus can survive on skin for nine hours, researchers find >>

* UAE farmers want Israeli sensors that let crops ask for water >>
* Kent Graziano and Felipe Hoffa, Snowflake | Snowflake Data Cloud Summit 2020 >>
* Max Peterson, AWS | AWS Public Sector Online Summit >>

* SpaceX Starship Updates – 15 Kilometers For Our Future >>
* Adobe builds live-streaming into Photoshop and Illustrator for iPad >>
* Throwable Robot Car Always Lands on Four Wheels >>

* Apple launches a US-only music video station, Apple Music TV >>
* TED2020: How businesses can serve everyone, not just shareholders >>

* Photoshop’s new AI features include neural filters and sky replacement >>
* Adobe’s Fresco painting app is now available on iPhone >>
* Adobe adds more film-like color grading tools to Lightroom >>
* Adobe Photoshop can now identify ‘shopped images >>
* Adobe Illustrator arrives on the iPad >>

* Covid-19: First UK airport coronavirus testing begins >>
* AWS and their Billions in IPv4 addresses >>
* The accelerating adoption of Julia >>
* BetterCloud’s new Discover platform uncovers ‘shadow IT’ applications >>

* Microsoft launches Azure Space to power satellite projects >>
* Stampli, an invoice management software startup, launches a payments product >>
* Robin.io launches a free version of its cloud-native Kubernetes storage solution >>

* MongoDB Atlas enables multi-cloud clusters, Git 2.29 released, and Neo4j Graph Data Science 1.4 >>
* Microsoft Azure announces its first region in Austria >>
* Next generation of power plants will be virtual >>
* Argentina to produce climate-resistant super wheat in world first >>

* Microsoft Teams will use artificial intelligence to better reduce background noises in video conferences >>
* Scientists map the human proteome >>
* Should we plan for regular ‘circuit-breaker’ coronavirus lockdowns? >>

* India’s coronavirus pandemic is leading to many more deaths from TB >>
* Lockheed picks Relativity’s 3D-printed rocket for experimental NASA mission >>
* US voters turn against Donald Trump’s economic policies >>
* Would you like “milk” with that Impossible burger? >>

* Talking Pixel 5 with Android Central and Android Police >>
* Musk’s Open-Source Hyperloop: Players in the Race to Create the First >>
* Splunk embraces observability with new acquisitions and product release >>

* Best of Gene Kim Collection >>
* India Witnessed Spike in Cyber Attacks Amidst Covid-19 – Here’s Why? >>
* The Ultimate Guide to Angular for Non-Technical Founders >>

* 10 Startup Ideas Spun Off Product Hunt’s Business Model >>
* End of life for the Azure Notebooks preview >>
* The next version of 5G expected to be delayed to 2022 >>

* What would a Biden presidency mean for Asia? >>
* Argentina surprasses one million Covid-19 infections >>
* Why a Democratic landslide in November could crush the GOP for the next decade (or more) >>
* What the hull do we have here? Breaking down the latest America’s Cup boats >>

* Streamline the quote-to-cash journey for as-a-service sales >>
* Dementias Linked to Air Pollution >>
* Intel Casts Off More Memory Chip Business in $9 Billion Deal >>

* Voyager Spacecraft Detect An Increase In the Density of Space Outside the Solar System72 >>
* US charges Russian hackers blamed for Ukraine power outages and the NotPetya ransomware attack >>
* AMC offers private theater rentals starting at $99, as cinemas continue to struggle >>

* Super Long Range Cannons Could Create Global Trench Warfare 2.0 >>
* Ep. 582: Building Bigger Black Holes >>
* Apple Iphone 12 Pro Review: Ahead Of Its Time >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 October 2020

October 19, 2020 Leave a comment

* Nokia Bell Labs, Intuitive Machines to launch 4G on the moon >>
* a16z Podcast: Designing for, Marketing to, and Partnering With Gen Z >>
* Gartner predicts resilience and customer experience will top 2021 technology trends >>

* Facebook’s new polyglot AI can translate between 100 languages >>
* A Nasa Spacecraft Is Poised To Snag The Largest Sample Of Rocks From An Asteroid Ever >>
* SSC Tuatara has broken 330 mph and shattered a world speed record >>

* Animals Keep Evolving Into Crabs, Which Is Somewhat Disturbing >>
* Atlassian pulls the plug on server licences, drags customers to the cloud >>
* Kicking Off WSJ’s Annual Tech Live Conference >>
* Smartphone addiction is more prevalent among men and parents with many children, China study says >>

* Vaccine storage issues could leave 3 billion people without access >>
* Number of Covid-19 cases worldwide surpasses 40 million >>
* Facebook’s new polyglot AI can translate between 100 languages >>
* Google Assistant will play podcasts from third-party services like Spotify >>

* SpaceX Boca Chica – SN8 Nosecone Moved Out of Windbreak – SN8 Prepared for Static Fire Testing >>
* Coronavirus survives on skin five times longer than flu: study >>
* Video: How to create ‘mind-bending’ drone photos with a little creative thinking >>

* Top 10 IoT Development Tools in 2020 >>
* Sending Files Between Computers in the 21st Century >>
* Youtube’S Biggest Kids Show Is About To Take Over Streaming Services >>

* Chess’s cheating crisis: ‘paranoia has become the culture’ >>
* You don’t need all those root certificates >>
* Breaking Serverless on Purpose with Chaos Engineering >>

* TED: The secret to being a successful freelancer >>
* TED: Countdown: Amazon’s climate pledge to be net-zero by 2040 >>
* Facebook AI open-sources its M2M-100 multilingual model to improve translation accuracy>>

* Google’s Lending DocAI service uses AI to fast-track mortgage applications >>
* China’s Economy Grows, While Much of World Struggles >>
* Supreme Court Will Review Trump Immigration Cases >>

* Are We Ready for the Cure for Cancer? >>
* Mike Zeto on private networks and enterprise opportunities >>
* Facebook introduces a new Messenger API with support for Instagram >>

* COVID-19 fails to put brakes on 5G rollout – report >>
* Telefonica targets fiber expansion >>
* Juniper splashes $450M on AI hotshot 128 Technology >>
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* Verizon to buy Bluegrass Cellular in ongoing rural push >>
* India May Contain Virus Spread by February, Expert Panel Says >>
* Singapore Airlines scraps ‘flights to nowhere’ over carbon footprint >>

* Over 60 billion packages delivered a month before shopping festival >>
* Nokia to build moon’s first mobile network for Nasa >>
* Facebook’s new AI can translate languages directly into one another >>
* The Long Wait for Google’s $2.1 Billion Fitbit Deal >>

* Here’s How Long People Will Have To Wear Masks, According To Dr. Fauci >>
* Elon Musk: How the Boring Company started as a joke! >>
* How public-sector tech leaders can speed up the journey to the cloud >>

* When Did We Become Fully Human? What Fossils and DNA Tell Us About the Evolution of Modern Intelligence >>
* Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through October 17) >>
* Paleofuture Returns to Paleofuture.com >>
* COVID-19-themed boutique selling >>
* Fitness Influencer Who’d Believed Covid-19 ‘Didn’t Exist’ Dies of Covid-19 >>

* Equity Monday: Three neat venture rounds, and Alibaba’s latest >>
* China’s revamped law bans online services that ‘induce addiction’ in kids >>
* Another California City Launches a Two-Year Guaranteed Income Program >>
* Alibaba Group will spend $3.6 billion to take control of Chinese supermarket giant Sun Art >>

* Another Successful SpaceX Starlink Launch >>
* NASA Announces 14 New “Tipping Point” Technologies for its Lunar Exploration >>
* Cloud Computing for Businesses: Will Covid-19 Surge Cloud Adoption? >>

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