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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 March 2020

* Rocket Lab: Introducing Neutron 8-ton class reusable rocket tailored for mega constellations, deep space missions and human spaceflight. >>
* Rocket Lab to go public via SPAC at valuation of $4.1 billion >>
* Carbon Nanotube Aircraft That Will Take Us to the Edge of Space >>

* Breaking Analysis: SaaS Attack, On Prem Survival & What’s a Cloud Company Look Like >>
* ‘iPhone 13’ will bring ProMotion 120Hz display, foldable coming by 2023 >>
* All 270 US Apple Stores open for the first time since first pandemic-related closures >>

* Researchers develop stable silver wire that is just one atom wide >>
* World’s first space HOTEL to begin construction in low Earth orbit in 2025 complete with restaurants, cinemas and rooms for up to 400 guests >>

* Morning After: Netflix’s Golden Globes success story >>
* Golden Globes 2021 winners: full list of TV and film awards as The Crown triumphs >>
* Golden Globes 2021 review: a shambolic hellscape of Zoom ineptitude >>
* The Best and Worst of the Golden Globes >>

* NASA Needs to Rename the James Webb Space Telescope >>
* BizOps speeds digital transformation >>

* Derek Manky Chief, Security Insights & Global Threat Alliances >>
* Hackers release a new jailbreak tool for almost every iPhone >>

* Instagram will let four users go live in a single stream >>
* California City Just Banned New Gas Stations. What’s Next? >>
* Virtual Desktop PC VR Streaming >>

* TED@BCG: How video game skills can get you ahead in life >>
* Oculus Quest Experimental 120Hz Support Could Begin In March, Roadmap Suggests >>
* Clue gets FDA clearance to launch a digital contraceptive >>
* MotorYacht GO destroys Sint Maarten Yacht Club dock >>

* We should be TikToking this: COVID-19 strategy not working >>
* Prime Minister declares Australians should be in charge, not tech giants >>
* Tech Companies Face New Rules in India >>
* Minneapolis will no longer use influencers to cover first George Floyd murder trial >>
* Why India’s central bank has no faith in cryptocurrencies >>

* The pandemic’s best movie innovation is the private theater rental >>
* Hackers are finding ways to hide inside Apple’s walled garden >>
* How Your Smart Phone Can See You Sweat >>

* Startup Uses AI-Powered Garbage Bins to Monitor Pollution >>
* Crowdfunded Firm Develops 500-Kilowatt Electric Hydrojet >>
* Physicists Trap the World’s Coldest Plasma in a Magnetic Bottle >>

* SD Times March 2021 >>
* Why do companies fail to stop breaches despite soaring IT security investment? >>

* GME’s Second Explosive Run Explained: The After Hours Edition >>
* How the First Helicopter on Mars Uses Off-the-Shelf Hardware and Linux >>
* Major U.S. Stock Indexes Up More Than 2% at Midday >>

* From 5G to 6G: What could it look like? >>
* Orby TV unplugs prepaid satellite TV service >>
* Behind the Lines of Britain’s Covid War >>

* Walmart drops $35 order minimum for its two-hour delivery service >>
* Future hurricane seasons might start two weeks early >>

* Covid vaccines cut risk of serious illness by 80% >>
* Brazil’s worrying P.1 variant detected in England, Scotland >>
* ESA is Working on a Mission to Explore Caves on the Moon >>

* Physicist creates AI algorithm that may prove reality is a simulation >>
* Lime’s latest e-bike can borrow batteries from scooters >>
* Paytm claims top spot in India’s mobile payments market with 1.2B monthly transactions >>

* Radar trends to watch: March 2021: Trends in AI, Ecology, Finance, and More >>
* Equity Monday: More venture money for Europe, and public companies blast off >>
* Graphene ‘Nano-Origami’ Could Take Us Past the End of Moore’s Law >>

* Road work ahead: The emerging revolution in the road construction industry >>
* PSLV-C51/Amazonia-1 mission successful, Isro places 19 satellites in orbits >>
* Scientists Discover Massive ‘Pipeline’ in the Cosmic Web Connecting the Universe >>

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