Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 April 2015

* Peter Thiel says tech innovation is outpacing everything else for one very simple reason >>
* To Protect Ourselves From Bioweapons, We May Have to Reinvent Science Itself >>
* Aluminum battery from Stanford offers safe alternative to conventional batteries >>

* New Ultrafast, Long-Lasting Aluminum Battery >>
* Google’s Wireless Service Could Come With Free International Roaming >>
* Rumors are circulating that geneticists have modified the DNA of a human embryo. >>

* Vietnam tries robots to help people cross busy streets >>
* This smart knob upgrades your stove with automatic temperature controls >>
* An Automatic Stove Knob Keeps Your Burner At The Right Temperature >>

* EE launches WiFi Calling to combat poor reception >>
* Superslim Liquid Loop Will Keep Future Smartphones Cool >>
* Next-generation smart networks and ways to connect them >>

* LG may have just outed an 8K iMac >>
* ‘personalized Medicine’ Is Fatal For Mosquitoes >>
* Abandoned underground railway preserved in 3D scan >>

* Hello Facebook! WhatsApp voice calling a threat to telecoms >>
* Punchlines: I now pronounce you Facebook divorced >>
* Military Scientists Solve the Mystery of the Foul Smelling Gas That Enveloped Norway, Sweden, and Finland >>

* Scientists invent aluminium battery that charges a phone in a minute >>
* How ‘Vsauce’ became one of YouTube’s most popular science channels >>
* Google wants to book your next plumber — just like Amazon >>

* Brazil Is Building A Giant Floating Solar Farm >>
* Watch A Flock Of Drone Butterflies Flutter Around [VIDEO] >>

* These are the best 3 printers you can get for less than $100 right now >>
* As Bill Gates promised, Microsoft will soon have its own Apple Pay alternative >>
* Scientists reveal genetic root of prostate cancer >>

* Regular, Vigorous Exercise May Lengthen Your Life >>
* L’Oréal USA & Organovo Team for 3D Printed Human Skin Tissue Research >>
* Daisy Fit Forms Uses 3D Printing to Transform Prostheses for Breast Cancer Survivors — Asks Kickstarter for Help >>

* Is Google too Big? Size isn’t important, it’s what you do with it that counts >>
* Gotcha! Ultra-realistic robot proves there’s more than one way to scare a fish >>
* WiFi Calling offers coverage for UK homes, small offices >>

* Scientists Say It’s Time to Reinstate the Brontosaurus >>
* A Startup’s Plans for a New Social Reality >>
* New! Human+Machine Futures forecast map >>

* Electric Space Sail plans for leveraging 1000 meter tethers for interesting near term cubesat missions >>
* Electric Solar Sails for mission to Uranus and for de-orbiting satellites >>

* What It Would Be Like to Live On a Comet >>
* NASA World Map Shows Where Lightning Strikes Most >>
* The age of total bureaucratisation: David Graeber’s ‘The Utopia of Rules’ >>

* Asteroid Early-Warning System for Potential Impacts Makes Progress >>
* VirtualBox v. 5.0 beta 1 spins up for desktop virty lab chuckles >>
* Eagleworks NASA updated EMDrive models show possible scaling to 2000 Newtons of propellantless propulsion with multikilowatt magnetron >>

* Why You Should Start a Brain Technology Company >>
* Miniaturized camera chip provides superfine depth resolution for 3D printing >>
* Matchstick Rockets Captured at 2,500 fps Look Like Tiny ICBMs >>

* NASA’s Latest Astronaut Is Pretty Good With A Camera >>
* Philips’ Hue Go promises a portable bowl of light, and it delivers >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 April 2015

* This new camera sensor could turn your phone into a 3D scanner >>
* Evolutionary methods for problem solving and artificial development >>
* 4-Year-Old Boy Gets a New Prosthetic Ear Thanks to 3D Printing >>

* Odorless Socks Made With Pure Silver >>
* Judge allows woman to serve divorce papers over Facebook >>
* Google’s Plan to Help You Make Super-Cheap Overseas Cell Calls >>

* Police In India Get Drones Armed With Pepper Spray >>
* Biosensing Films And Smartphones Let Doctors Diagnose Disease From Anywhere >>
* Eye Tracking Headlights Point Where You Look >>

* Team Genius: The New Science of High-Performing Organizations >>
* Incredible Technology: Spiderlike Robots Could Build Giant Space Structures >>
* A Startup’s Plans for a New Social Reality >>

* Japanese Spacecraft to Attempt Venus Comeback in December >>
* What Kind of Thing Is Moore’s Law? >>
* Radio-frequency-heated iron-oxide nanoparticles open the blood-brain barrier >>

* Air Independent propulsion diesels are game changers for low cost replacement of nuclear submarines >>
* Network Archaeologists Discover Two Types of Social Network Growth in Historical Facebook Data >>
* How Synthetic Organisms Could Terraform the Earth >>

* International Space Development Conference 2015 >>
* Metamaterial Radar May Improve Car and Drone Vision >>
* Monkeys In India Are Causing Internet Outages, And We Predicted It >>

* LG claims Apple will launch a new iMac with a super-high-resolution 8K display later this year >>
* Laser Chip Could Turn Smartphones Into Handheld 3d Scanners >>
* New Smartphone Camera Could Tell You What Things Are Made of >>

* This 3D Printed Smartphone Lets You Call, Text, & Share Photos >>
* Intel’s $150 Stick That Turns a TV Into a Windows Desktop Is Now on Sale >>
* Should You Trust Big Pharma With Your Dna? >>

* The Secrets of Unicorn Companies And the 100 Most Scalable Organizations >>
* An AI Never Forgets (Until You Try to Teach It Something New) >>

* Philosophy of Big Data >>
* Why Millennials Understand The Future Of Work Better Than Anyone Else >>
* Amazon testing drones at “secret” location in British Columbia and other commerical drones >>

* Multi-layer printed circuit board analysis system using X-ray equipment >>
* Operating Systems >>
* Are You Ready for National Robotics Week? >>

* Population of the World’s Non-Religious Is on the Decline >>
* New battery could reduce phone charging to just one minute >>
* Oral Antibiotics Are Found to Save More Infant Lives >>

* Depression, obesity affect corporate employees most: Study >>
* Google just led a $60 million investment a startup that solves every business owner’s biggest headache >>
* Brain knows how to stop thinking, start learning >>

* The Assistant Economy >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4-6 April 2015

* Bill Gates On Microsoft’s 40th Anniversary: The Future Is All Robots And Holograms >>
* Gillmor Gang: Watch Your Step >>
* SpaceX Resets CRS-6 Space Station Launch to April 13 with Booster Landing Attempt >>

* Advanced Trolley Problems >>
* Work Begins on Brain Stimulator to Correct Memory >>
* Unrelated memories artificially linked for the first time >>

* Graphene Finds Its Path in Supercapacitor Commercialization >>
* Google patents robots with personalities in first step towards the singularity >>
* Inexpensive Electric Cars May Arrive Sooner Than You Think >>

* First NASA SLS Will Launch Moon-Bound Orion and Asteroid Scout | Video >>
* Mathematicians of the Future? >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – April 3, 2015: Lunar Eclipses & Asteroid Chunks! >>

* Why China May Have the Most Factory Robots in the World by 2017 >>
* A hyperspectral smartphone-based Star Trek ‘tricorder’ >>
* Most Popular Umbrella: GustBuster >>

* Reimagining the Boardroom for an Age of Virtual Reality and AI >>
* Automatically Ignore Annoying Callers with Android Contact Settings >>
* Coding For Cars: The Next Generation of Mobile Apps >>

* Britain joins laser arms race with up to 100 million pound high energy combat laser project >>
* Work Begins on Brain Stimulator to Correct Memory >>
* Comcast will offer 2 Gigabit internet service to about 18 million subscribers by end of 2015 >>

* Craig Venter discusses the state of the art in Biotech including rewriting pig genome to boost supply of organs 100 times >>
* Upgraded anti-jamming technology and improved guidance will enable multiple bunker busters to hit the same spot >>

* Geomagnetic compass hooked to the brain allows blind rats to ‘see’ >>
* Light therapy for brain injuries >>
* Freightliner’s SuperTruck Prototype Boosts Efficiency by 115 Percent >>

* How Machine Vision Is Reinventing the Study of Galaxies >>
* Getting enough sleep? >>
* Development of Novel Sensing Materials and Chemical Sensors with Broad Medical Applications >>

* NASA Space habitat NextStep is to get to 60 days in Cislunar Space and then scale for manned Mars Missions >>
* Hangout with Nobel Laureate Elizabeth Blackburn: Can Cells Live Forever? >>
* 75,000 Solar Workers to Be Trained Under New Federal Program >>

* Tiny Bits Of Dna Control Hunger Neurons >>
* Sling TV adds nearly 200 international channels >>
* Ideas for making your bathroom just a touch smarter >>

* Stem cell implant shows promise for Parkinson’s treatment >>
* Smoking makes superbugs more aggressive >>
* Common cholesterol drug stimulates same receptors as marijuana >>

* Brain can ‘see’ beyond five senses, finds study >>
* DNA can’t explain all inherited traits >>
* This helmet will tell your way >>

* ‘Smart Bandages’ Bring AI To Burn Wound Treatment | Video >>
* Dark eaters: The animals living an alternative life >>
* Large Hadron Collider beam is back in action >>

* ‘Gertie’s Babies,’ Sold at Birth, Use DNA to Unlock Secret Past >>
* The Cost of a Lab-Grown Burger Has Fallen by 99.9% >>

* Vaccine boosts immune response in cancer patients >>
* In the driving seat: Power to control traffic lights >>
* Star’s birth glimpsed ‘in real time’ >>

* Tiny Chip From Caltech Could Revolutionize 3D Imaging >>
* Black holes DON’T delete information: Scientist claims we could someday peer into these elusive structures >>

* Will The Next Generation of Displays Be 3D? >>
* An Alien Radio Beacon? Probably Not This Time. >>
* For 50 Years Now, the U.S. Has Had a Nuclear Reactor Orbiting in Space >>

* Predicting The Future Of Cloud Service Providers >>
* Archaeologist uses drone to track looting of ancient tombs in Jordan >>
* How to 3D Print Instant Disaster Relief >>

* Google patents robots with personalities in first step towards the singularity >>
* Tech titans’ latest project: Defy death >>
* Craig Venter discusses the state of the art in Biotech including rewriting pig genome to boost supply of organs 100 times >>

* Solar bikes offer green option in Raglan >>
* Smartphones blamed for decline in sex lives >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 April 2015

* First Ever 3D Printed Thyroid Gland Announced by Russia’s 3D Bioprinting Solutions >>
* How Can Dark Matter Cause Chaos on Earth Every 30 Million Years? >>
* Is this ET? Mystery of strange radio bursts from space >>

* Could we get to Mars in 39 DAYS? Nasa selects companies to develop super fast deep-space engine >>
* ‘Lightning bolts’ in the brain reveal how brain encodes information without disrupting previously acquired memories >>
* A Social Network Designed to Combat Depression >>

* Securifi’s Almond 2015 and Almond+ routers pull double duty as connected-home hubs >>
* OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sampler Enters Final Assembly >>

* Duck-like US Navy drone can fly or swim to hunt submarines >>
* Diabetics Benefit By Biggest Meal Early >>
* Creating augmented reality by merging real and virtual environments >>

* Start-up touts wireless charging from Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals >>
* Scientists develop perfume which smells better the more you sweat >>
* This Is How Long Your Business Will Last, According to Science >>

* The Most Popular Antidepressants Are Based On An Outdated Theory [UPDATED] >>
* Experimental Ebola vaccine found safe, effective >>
* Crowd-funding campaign hopes to accelerate clinical trials of new brain-repair discovery >>

* CCTV ‘spy cars’ banned in bid to curb draconian parking fines that have driven shoppers from the High Street >>
* Google patents system that could one day download the personality of a celebrity or even a deceased loved one to a ROBOT >>
* Wound-healing laser soon to be a reality: Israeli scientist >>

* Graphic: Transistor Production Has Reached Astronomical Scales >>
* NASA funds NextSTEP deep space propulsion including 100 hour VASIMR and advanced electric space drives >>
* Instead of killing bacteria, DARPA seeks to understand biology of host tolerance >>

* RoboGames: The World’s Largest Robot Competition Is Back >>
* With Compass Hooked to the Brain, Blind Rats Act Like They Can See >>
* The Simplest Flexible Printed Transistors >>

* IBM Bets $3 Billion on the Internet of Things >>
* Explore Deep Inside Your Body With Google Maps >>
* Brain-implanted Compasses Let Blind Rats Navigate A Maze >>

* Fyusion Raises $13 Million To Create Images You Can Move Around Inside Of >>
* Visual Studio 2015 Can Target Linux; Android Apps Anywhere Chrome Can Run >>
* SXSW 2015: The good, the meh, and the out of this world >>

* New DNA test makes it easier to pinpoint identical twin responsible for a crime >>
* IMAX to debut laser projection system in the US with ‘Furious 7′ >>
* Tapping the weirdness of water to get enough to drink >>

* Comcast rolls out 2-gigabits-per-second home broadband in Atlanta >>
* Charge your devices wirelessly out of thin air >>
* Bill would stop feds from mandating ‘backdoor’ to data >>

* A tiny home projector you can plug into a light socket >>
* The World Is Getting More Religious >>

* Tiny compass brain implants allow blind rats to ‘see’ >>
* Teaching your kids how to write computer programs >>
* Storing Solar Energy: A great idea caught on contested ground >>

* The Most Technically Advanced Drone Footage Ever Looks Pretty Stunning >>
* If You Were a Secret Message, Where in the Human Genome Would You Hide? >>
* Plasmonic ceramic materials key to advances in nanophotonics in high temperature conditions >>

* This X-Wings Parody Is a Cars Spinoff We’d Actually Watch >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 April 2015

* Delphi completes first coast-to-coast automated drive >>
* Emergency app tells rescuers how to reach and save you >>

* Amazon’s ‘Dash’ buttons explained >>
* Amazon Basically Just Unveiled the Future of Shopping and It’s Awesome >>

* 6D Printing Now Available, As is 3D Moon Dust Printing, Invisible Filament & 3D Printed Wine >>
* Robocar Technologies to Guard the Smart Home >>
* Wearable Tech Expo 2015 >>

* ‘Google Maps’ for the body >>
* German Engineer 3D Prints World’s First Solar Powered Stirling Engine >>
* SETI Has New Infrared Telescope Tech in Search for E.T. >>

* Fast Forward: The Technologies and Companies Shaping Our Future >>
* Artificial intelligence drones are weapon against poachers >>
* Researchers build brain-machine interface to control prosthetic hand >>

* A ‘Wikipedia’ for neurons >>
* Blood Transfusions Are One of the Most Overused Procedures in Medicine >>
* How This Lake In Asia Became A Floating Tomato Farm >>

* Nasa Takes You Into An Asteroid Field–virtually >>
* Antibiotics Go Airborne Near Big Cattle Yards >>
* Netflix button coming to TV remotes across Europe >>

* Google Panda is the April Fools’ joke you wish was a real product >>
* Device Monitoring: What’s On Your Network? >>
* Nanoscale bed of nails to make organs behave better >>

* Nanotech Bandages Detect Health Trouble and Deliver Medicine >>
* Jupiter, Destroyer of Worlds, May Have Paved the Way for Earth >>
* Google announces budget-priced Chromebits and Chromebooks >>

* What Happens If Russia Abandons the International Space Station? >>
* Ten Years of Top Ten Tech Cars: An Analysis >>

* Periscope Users Really Want to Look Inside Your Fridge >>
* Paracetamol useless for lower back pain: Study >>
* Watch R2-D2 Find Love in This Touching Short Film >>

* Facebook’s Messenger Platform Must Go Beyond Apps And Embrace The Web >>
* DARPA wants modular, specialized, cheaper and drop in upgradable swarm cloud of drones, missiles and mothership airplanes >>

* Private Dream Chaser Space Plane Could Land in Houston One Day >>
* Infant Galaxy Clusters –“May Reveal Role of Dark Matter in Shaping the Universe” >>
* Intel and Micron Move 3-D NAND Into Production >>

* Battle of the Nobel Laureates (Synopsis) >>
* South Korean Drones Prepare to Take Out North Korean Drones >>
* Faster Boiling Water? Scientists Reveal Secret To Speed Up The Process 3 Times [Video] >>

* The End of Meaningless Jobs is a Win For Us All >>
* NASA Asteroid-Sampling Spacecraft Begins Construction >>
* Quantifying the Risk of Damage to Integrated Circuits in Space >>

* You Could Eat Fast Food After A Workout To Build Muscle >>
* This Solar-powered Engine Can Be Made With A 3d Printer >>
* Physicists Figure Out Why Honey Falls In Twists >>

* Crashing this 80-megapixel drone camera is a $60K mistake >>
* Report: Microsoft thought about giving Xbox away for free >>
* When will live-streaming apps like Periscope get interesting? >>

* Future cameras will make living photographs reality >>
* Blood test for Down’s syndrome ‘gives better results’ >>
* Moon’s first settlers may live in giant city-sized lava tubes >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 April 2015

* This Fall, Your Appliances May Reorder Their Own Supplies From Amazon >>
* Bionic ants could be tomorrow’s factory workers >>
* V-Nova streaming tech produces 4K compression ‘worth watching’ >>

* New ARM-powered chip aims for battery life measured in decades >>
* Smart Drones And Cheap Missiles Could Work Together To Win Future Wars >>

* Dyson Put a Filter In Its Bladeless Fan To Cool and Clean a Room >>
* X-37B To Fly Again >>
* DARPA wants an army of drones to overwhelm the enemy >>

* Microsoft technology gives Seattle 5,000 times faster public WiFi >>
* Pavlov’s Rat: Scientists Demonstrate That Rats Have Imaginations >>

* Vodafone’s mobile payment app to scrap top-ups with a new SIM >>
* Your Brain Detects Confidence In Voices Faster Than You Can Blink >>
* A Coffee Maker for Space More: Scientific American’s April Issue >>

* Why We Need a DARPA for Education >>
* Poverty Shrinks Brains from Birth >>
* Tesla’s secret product is likely to be home battery units >>

* Here’s how to play Pac-Man on Google Maps >>
* Preview of Microsoft’s Project Spartan available >>
* Why women won’t code is topic of new documentary >>

* China plans huge solar power station in space >>
* How 3D Imaging Can Tell Exactly How Old You Are >>
* Apple-a-day keeps pharmacist away…but not the doctor >>

* You Can Now Download Microsoft’s New Browser >>
* Scientists discover elusive secret of how continents formed >>
* Internet of Things Dramatically Increases Demand for IT Specialists at Bosch >>

* Costa Rica Runs on Renewables For 75 Days >>
* The Death of Moore’s Law Will Spur Innovation >>
* How special is our Solar System? (Synopsis) >>

* 2015’s Top Ten Tech Cars: Pagani Huayra >>
* Likely features of the Long Range Strike bomber >>
* The Problem with Fake Meat >>

* Google’s Chromebit Turns Any TV Into a Chrome PC for Under $100 >>
* High-resolution biosensor can report conditions from deep in the body >>
* How bacteria can use magnetic particles to create a ‘natural battery’ >>

* Nasa’s ‘flying Saucer’ Lander Is Going For A Test Spin Today >>
* Why the Plastic Recycling Market Just Crashed >>

* Moore’s Law Might Be Slowing Down, But Not Energy Efficiency >>
* The Hot New Urban Renewal Trend Is… Swings >>
* ‘Invisible’ Spray to Protect Cyclists on the Road >>

* Glow-In-The-Dark Tampons Are Being Used To Fix Broken Sewers >>
* Just How Big Can Wearable Tech Get? >>

* Iran could enrich 32 nuclear bombs each year according to the nuclear treaty >>
* Call for Superpills with Single-Dose Cures for Malaria, Other Diseases >>
* DARPA’s Anti-Submarine Warfare developing submarine hunter killer drone >>

* Mystery of Extreme Continent Building Solved –A Key to Life on Earth and Beyond >>
* Stop Working On Your Days Off >>
* The algorithm that could mean you’re never stuck at a red light again: Researchers reveal smart traffic system >>

* Molybdenum Disulfide Sees the Light >>
* No more lying about how old you are: 3D scans can tell your REAL biological age >>
* A robot prepared for self-awareness: Expanded software architecture for walking robot Hector >>

* Scientists gain cellular-level insights into drug delivery processes >>
* Video: Wearable sensors to monitor triggers for asthma, and more >>
* Scientists find clues into cognitive dysfunction in chronic fatigue syndrome >>

* Why Google killed a secret project to improve battery life by 5x on mobile devices >>
* Facebook is rolling out a new ‘scrapbook’ feature to let parents put all the photos of their kids in one place >>
* Will networking make the world safer? >>

* Iron maiden voyage: world’s largest aircraft looking for investors >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 March 2015

* Deep Learning for Text Understanding from Scratch >>
* New DNA Tech: Creating Unicorns and Curing Cancer for Real? >>
* Clone your tumour to fight your cancer >>

* Microsoft’s New Spartan Browser Is Taking Its First Step Into the Wild >>
* New study reveals main culprit for Alzheimer’s disease >>
* Facebook is making it easier to find events you want to go to >>

* Ants Tumble But Keep Marching In Microgravity >>
* Intelligent Robots Must Uphold Human Rights >>
* Tiny ‘Nanoneedles’ Could Help Your Damaged Organs Repair Themselves >>

* Google, Microsoft take voice-search to new levels >>
* 3d-printed Weather Stations Could Save Lives In Developing Countries >>
* Google Takes on the Challenge of Making Robot Surgery Safer >>

* Chip Could Double Wireless Data Capacity >>
* Woolly Mammoth DNA Inserted into Elephant Cells but passenger pigeon will become de-extincted first >>
* How Drones Can Help Save Elephants and Rhinos from Poachers >>

* Probing the Whole Internet for Weak Spots >>
* The Internet Is Not the Answer >>
* The Multiple Lives of Moore’s Law >>

* What Really Happens When Someone Enters the Witness Protection Program >>
* What MIT Is Learning About Online Courses and Working from Home >>
* Sign Up At irs.gov Before Crooks Do It For You >>

* Can We Learn Anything from the Germanwings Disaster? >>
* Medical Marijuana Sparks New Technology >>
* Moving Your Wi-Fi Router Even a Couple Inches Can Improve Your Signal >>

* Mri Could Use Sugary ‘slime’ To Find Cancer >>
* Innovation On Two Wheels: How The Humble Bike Is Becoming Increasingly Smart >>
* The Growing Precariat: Why We Need a Universal Basic Income >>

* Black Hole “Firewalls” Could Change Physics Forever >>
* Google, Microsoft take voice-search to new levels >>
* It takes 38 minutes to fall through Earth! >>

* Higher coffee consumption may protect against liver cancer >>
* Facebook Moves Into Its New Garden-Roofed Fantasyland >>
* Google hits back at News Corp – with a GIF of a laughing baby >>

* What if We Could Design Wearables Right on Our Skin? >>
* Gordon Moore: The Man Whose Name Means Progress >>
* NASA Details 2020s Asteroid Capture Mission >>

* Entanglement-Based Machine Learning on a Photonic Quantum Computer in principle and if scaled would show exponential speed up >>
* The Next Billion-Dollar Market Opportunity Is Mobile Enterprise >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day >>

* Lots of Leafy Greens Might Shield Aging Brains >>
* Microsoft Releases Preview Of Its New Browser ‘Project Spartan’ In Fresh Windows 10 Build >>

* The Sofalarity is Near >>
* 3D imaging of objects with details as small as 25 nanometers >>
* Will You Be Able to Read this Article in 1,000 Years? >>

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