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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 October 2020

* Sony gives in-depth look at PlayStation 5 UI in new video >>
* Xbox Series X final preview: A deeper dive >>

* Taiwan researchers make Covid-19 self-test machine using biosensor chips for results in minutes >>
* New Oxford machine learning-based COVID-19 test can provide results in under 5 minutes >>

* Brain Implant Bypasses Eyes To Help Blind People See >>
* AT&T’s ‘free iPhone 12’ promotion smacks of desperation >>
* What decoupling? In China’s ‘iPhone City’, it’s full steam ahead to produce Apple’s new 5G iPhone 12 >>

* Emerging Architectures for Modern Data Infrastructure >>
* Aided by teeny platinum legs, these microscopic robots are marching into the future >>
* a16z Podcast: The Present Future of Audio — Talk, Music, Video, Interactivity >>

* JumpCloud Launches New Integrations with Slack, Salesforce, GitHub, Atlassian, and AWS >>
* Opsera launches new no-code approach to software delivery >>
* Cloud Native Workshop #4 – GitLab CI na GKE >>

* Someone Used Neural Networks To Upscale Footage Of New York From 1896 To 60 FPS And The Result Is Spectacular >>
* First Room-Temperature Superconductor Excites and Baffles Scientists >>
* Spotify, Machine Learning, and the Business of Recommendation Engines >>

* Podcast: What’s the story with SD-WAN security? >>
* Winners Of 2020 Wildlife Photographer Of Year Contest Are Spectacular >>

* The moon had a magnetic field that helped protect Earth’s atmosphere >>
* Futuristic interior of Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Crew Capsule >>
* Starship SN8 – Ready For Static Fire + New Road Closure Dates >>

* Pluralsight announced updates in DevOps, delivery, and its skills platform >>
* US and European stocks drop as Covid cases climb >>
* Ansible with AWS and EC2 >>
* Are You Ready to Start Your SRE Journey >>

* How Intel’s OpenBot Wants to Make Robots Out of Smartphones >>
* High-Temperature Superconductor Cable Will Speed Up Development of Nuclear Fusion >>
* The Long Arm of NASA: The OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft Gets Ready To Grab An Asteroid Sample >>

* 54% of Developers Cite Lack of Documentation as the Top Obstacle to Consuming APIs >>
* Streamlit launches cloud service to help developers share open-source AI apps >>
* Introducing Streamlit Sharing >>

* Indoor Mapping Data Format >>
* Welcome to ReactOS >>
* Raindrop.io 5.0 >>

* Why Some People Have to Repay Pandemic Aid >>
* Silicon Valley Companies Cut Pay for Remote Workers, Igniting Tensions >>
* Vodafone Idea hires IBM for big data push >>

* Disney, Apple streaming services face promo pressure >>
* ‘Fake, dumb, and poor’ – Huawei exec unloads on China 5G >>
* Beidou navigation system provides free service for civilian users >>

* Introducing spaCy v3.0 nightly >>
* Announcing HashiCorp Waypoint >>
* Europe unveils 4 new AI supercomputers based on Nvidia architecture >>

* Superconductors: Material raises hope of energy revolution >>
* The committed innovator: An interview with Salesforce’s Simon Mulcahy >>
* The latest on Google Hangouts and the upgrade to Google Chat >>

* Consumers are already holiday shopping online. Are you ready? >>
* 15 Prime Day deals you shouldn’t wait until Black Friday to buy >>
* The best Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals: October 14 >>

* Alphabet’s New Moonshot Is to Transform How We Grow Food >>
* Does the flu vaccine affect my chances of getting Covid-19? >>
* Trump May Be Immune to the Coronavirus. But for How Long? >>

* Xbox Series X Preview: The Next Gen Feels Like A Pc >>
* Climate change may have driven early human species to extinction >>
* Artificial rope bridges help stop rare primates jumping to extinction >>

* Tesla to begin production on 7-seat Model Y in November, with deliveries in early December >>
* NZ radar could reveal possible space junk collision >>
* Musk: SpaceX’s Starlink internet service will work in high-speed trains >>

* Microsoft’s new Xbox UI is already available on Xbox One >>
* Daily Crunch: Zoom launches its events marketplace >>
* China Starts Digital Yuan Trial By Giving $30 To 50,000 People >>

* AI Reads Human Emotions. Should it? >>
* Atlassian sprays more machine learning over its cloudy BitBucket, Jira, Confluence wares >>

* Dilbert: Thursday October 15, 2020: Safety Record >>
* Argonnes Developing Micro-Nuclear Reactors for eTruck Supercharging >>
* China’s Mars-bound Tianwen-1 Takes a Selfie >>

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