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Futureseek 2013 Yearly Review Top 3000
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Top 1000 , Top 3000 , sourced from 25000 tagged in 2013

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 December 2013
* Ninja Sphere: A one-stop intelligent Internet of Things platform for the home >>
* CES debut for Avegant Glyph "Virtual Retinal Display" headsets >>
* Russian cosmonauts install 4K camera on space station >>
* Carmat self-regulating artificial heart implanted in first human subject >>
* The First HD Video of Earth From Space—That You Can Buy >>
* Her is the smartest movie about artificial intelligence in years >>
* Edible Batteries Could Power a Range of Smart Pills and Medical Devices >>
* Smart glasses detect patient veins for precise IV placement >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 December 2013
* Dinosaurs could be brought back by 'de-evolving' birds >>
* DNA motor ‘walks’ along nanotube, transports nanoparticle cargo >>
* $320 handheld laser spectrometer food scaner to tell you what allergens, chemicals, nutrients, calories, ingredients are in your food >>
* 2014 preview: First million-year-old genome >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 December 2013
* Samsung's New Smart TVs Will Have 'Finger Gestures' That Let You Change The Channel By Swiping Through The Air >>
* This Robot Just Won The DARPA Robotics Challenge >>
* Morphing micro-muscular motor is 1,000 times more powerful than a same-size human muscle >>
* Electronics That Can Melt in Your Body Could Change the World of Medicine >>
* 2014 preview: First touchdown on a speeding comet >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 December 2013
* First human artificial heart transplant performed in France >>
* Technology in 2014: What to Expect >>
* Japanese Team Dominates Competition to Create Rescue Robots >>
* Keck Medicine physicians become first to implant epilepsy-controlling device >>
* #9: 5 ways Augmented Reality will make us Transhuman >>
* Homes on Mars? 3D Printing Could Make That Possible, Says NASA [VIDEO] >>
* Handheld Device TellSpec Can Detect Allergens, Chemicals, and Nutrients In Food >>
* Dogs Recognize Familiar Faces from Images >>
* Tomorrow's robots drive, climb, and drill through walls at DARPA trials >>
* A Virtual Alternative to the Hot Pursuit >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 December 2013
* First trailer for Transcendence shows Johnny Depp going full AI >>
* Wearable Augmented Reality Maker imagines Google Glass Helping to Pickup Women with Realtime Online Stalking >>
* DARPA rescue robot competition videos >>
* Reviewed: DJI Phantom 2 Vision Personal Drone >>
* Stunning Chang’e-3 Lunar Landing Video gives Astronauts Eye View of Descent & Touchdown >>
* Google Remembers Where You Were >>
* Computers share their secrets if you listen >>
* First 3-D Printed Loudspeaker Hints at Future of Consumer Electronics >>
* That's What You Call A Launching! >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 December 2013
* A new — and reversible — cause of aging >>
* Artificial worm starts to wriggle >>
* VIDEO: First conversation with robot in space >>
* The Internet of Things is coming >>
* New Superconducting Cable System Brings Nuclear Fusion Closer to Reality >>
* Get Ready For The Robot Smog >>
* World’s first text message via molecular communication sent >>
* Braun Forehead Thermometer to Make Kids’ Fever Tracking Easier >>
* BioMonitor Implantable Wireless ECG Now Approved for Whole-Body MRI >>
* Watch a robotic cube walk and balance under its own power >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 December 2013
* LG will be showing off a 105-inch curved Ultra HD television at CES >>
* Virtual smartphone app, lets you "use" your smartphone even if battery is dead or you leave device at home >>
* 5 Japanese Companies to Show Robots at CES >>
* VIDEO: A billion pixels for a billion stars >>
* DNA clamp to grab cancer before it develops >>
* A Mind-Reading Dog Translator That Just Might Work >>
* Google’s Location History Browser Is A Minute-By-Minute Map Of Your Life >>
* Volcano Lightning Strikes — in the Lab >>
* Beautiful Supercomputer Visualization Of Global Weather Conditions Updated Every 3 Hours >>
* 3D-printed eye cells could "cure blindness" >>
* Microsoft's 'father of Kinect' is making Windows wearable >>
* Wearable tech at CES 2014: Expect the unexpected >>
* MIT's Bionic Eye - A Moonshot Project >>
* Why Wearable Tech Will Be as Big as the Smartphone >>
* January 2014: The Rise Of The Insect Drones >>
* Netflix is bringing 4K streaming to TVs with H.265 and House of Cards >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 December 2013
* Scientists Make More Eye Cells - With An Inkjet Printer >>
* Scientists draw up definitive list of genes that makes us human >>
* The Next Generation of DSL Can Pump 1Gbps Through Copper Phone Lines >>
* Let This Amazing Hydrophobic Shirt Keep You Dry, You Slob >>
* 1-Femtojoule Optical Interconnect Paves the Way for Low-Power, High Performance Chips >>
* PET scans and saxitoxin allow researchers to 'see' pain >>
* Andreessen Horowitz's What To Watch In 2014 >>
* Andreessen Horowitz On Why It's Betting On Drones, Bitcoin and 3D Printing >>
* Could China Make claims to the Moon that could trigger a new space race ? >>
* Glyph is a high-res wearable display headed to Kickstarter for $499 >>
* This ‘smart cuff’ may one day save you from a heart attack >>
* I may send you a text message using my perfume >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 December 2013
* IBM’s 5 in 5: In the Future, Computers Will Learn >>
* Full-length video version of the "T-Shirt OS" >>
* IBM Unveils 5 Smart Technology Trends For The Next 5 Years >>
* Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S5 Will Scan Your Eyes >>
* New tech may replace windscreen wipers in cars >>
* New Mobile Tech Allows Users to Track Cholesterol Levels with a Smartphone(VID) >>
* Forget Drones: Sphero Will Deliver Your Packages With Amazon Ground >>
* Can A Human Fall In Love With A Computer? >>
* Heating Water To 600 Degrees Celsius In One Trillionth Of A Second >>
* New artificial cartilage mimics strength and suppleness of native cartilage >>
* World’s First Cancer Treating Nanorobot Unveiled in South Korea >>
* Lightweight Drone Able to Fly with Complete Autonomy >>
* Roomba Maker iRobot Soars After Google, Amazon Show Off Robotic Future >>
* Never forget a face: New algorithm uses subtle changes to make a face more memorable without changing a person's overall appearance >>
* DARPA Robotics Challenge: 8 Tricky Tasks >>
* The $38 tablet is coming soon >>
* Scientists halt first step of breast cancer spread in mice >>
* Porsche supply 3D printable car plans >>
* Heating Water To 600 Degrees Celsius In One Trillionth Of A Second >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 December 2013
* Budget space trips planned from Canary Islands >>
* Use Your Smartphone to Lift Heavy Objects With MyLifter >>
* IFTTT can now automate actions based on your iPhone’s location >>
* AT&T Invents New Technology to Detect and Ban Filesharing >>
* Watch This: The Chinese Rover Landing and First Moon Photos >>
* One new physics theory suggests no Big Bang another suggests Higgs could start a Big Crunch at any moment >>
* Thousands Of Supermassive Black Holes Could Lurk In New X-Ray Data >>
* This "Lab On A Chip" Can Identify A Pill's Ingredients >>
* The Internet of iThings: Apple's iBeacon Is Already In Almost 200 Million iPhones And iPads >>
* The Naked Future—A World That Anticipates Your Every Move >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 December 2013
* Google's Latest Robot Acquisition is the Smartest Yet >>
* Here Is The Video Of Jade Rabbit' Rolls To Moon Surface >>
* Scientists developing way to “see” pain in the body >>
* Why Does Google Need So Many Robots? To Jump From The Web To The Real World >>
* A team of graduate students just 3D-printed a speaker and it works >>
* US military's RAY-GUN truck BLASTS DRONES, mortars OUT OF THE SKY >>
* Inventor Kurzweil: No more disease, aging, printable replacement organs >>
* Google Glass's killer app may be cyborg golf >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 December 2013
* Ramez Naam, Computer Scientist, Futurist & Award-Winning Author - LeWeb'13 Paris - >>
* Whats next glimpse into future of Technology >>
* Scientists discover double meaning in genetic code >>
* Employment Avatars: The Automation solution >>
* Hydrogen squeezed from stone could be new energy source >>
* World’s Smallest Pacemaker Can Be Implanted without Surgery >>
* Machine-learning algorithms could make chemical reactions intelligent >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 December 2013
* LeWeb videos >>
* Robert Scoble & Andy Grignon - LeWeb'13 Paris - The Next 10 Years - Plenary1 Day2 >>
* DNA Laser Printing >>
* Matternet; next paradigm for transportation; networks of small unmanned flying vehicles >>
* Exclusive demo: The new Photosynth lets you swoop through 3D panoramas >>
* The Artificial Intelligence Arms Race in Silicon Valley Is On >>
* Shoes of the future? 3D printed slip-ons could one day regenerate so never wear out >>
* A Pen That 3-D Prints Bone Right Onto Patients >>
* A 3-D Printed, Hand-Cranked Computer >>
* 3-D printed implants may soon fix complex injuries >>
* NYC testing lasers that detect when people fall onto subway tracks >>
* The first smart ring has an LED screen, tells time, and accepts calls >>
* NeuroPace: Controlling Epilepsy With a Brain Implant >>
* Army successfully tests vehicle-mounted laser weapon >>
* Nissan's 'Taxi Of Tomorrow' >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 December 2013
* Stunning Movie Shows What Earth Looks Like to an Incoming Spacecraft >>
* NASA's Morpheus lander skips the inferno, actually lands (video) >>
* Mars One Proposes First Privately Funded Robotic Mars Missions – 2018 Lander & Orbiter >>
* NASA's 6-Foot Valkyrie Humanoid Robot Will Rescue You From Buildings >>
* Video: Robonaut 2, NASA's Humanoid Space Robot, Will Get Legs Soon >>
* New system allows for high-accuracy, through-wall, 3-D motion tracking >>
* Designing The Next Generation Of Wearables, With Women In Mind >>
* No, This 'Smart Ring' Is Not A Joke >>
* First skyscraper created to generate its own power will be done in 2020 >>
* BioPen: A handheld 3D printer for surgeons >>
* 4 Reasons Why Apple’s iBeacon Is About to Disrupt Interaction Design >>
* Scientists treat disabled rats by "bridging the gap" in their brains >>
* VIDEO: Ultrasound scan using your phone >>
* Falling in love with AI virtual assistants: love affair nearer than you think >>
* Where is wearable technology heading in 2014? >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 December 2013
* Apple’s iBeacon will put the ‘internet of things’ in your pocket >>
* The Emerging Technologies Shaping Future 5G Networks >>
* Watch LeWeb'13 Paris live and dive into the next 10 years in tech and entrepreneurship >>
* These new legs will help Robonaut climb outside the space station >>
* Dr Kaku's new book, FUTURE OF THE MIND, will go on sale Feb 25, 2014 >>
* Zuckerberg to talk about Facebook’s artificial intelligence plans >>
* Google Wants To Put Microphones In Ceiling So That It Can Listen To Everything >>
* Google's Plan To Kill the Corporate Network >>
* #leweb - The robots are coming for our kids... >>
* Why Robots Are Essential to Google’s Future >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 December 2013
* DARPA shoots for 20 meter folding space telescope >>
* An electronic diagnostic pill for detecting early-stage gastric cancer >>
* The Internet Has Become the External Hard Drive for Our Memories (preview) >>
* Game Controller Lets You Feel The Weight Of Virtual Objects >>
* Radiation on Mars 'Manageable' for Manned Mission, Curiosity Rover Reveals >>
* This Space Surveillance Telescope Tracks Wayward Satellites >>
* AskMD's Symptom-Checker App Lets You Keep A Digital Doctor In Your Pocket >>
* Algorithms are watching >>
* The computer programme that could PREDICT a difficult birth >>
* 9 Tech Trends That Will Make Someone Billions Of Dollars Next Year >>
* Scientists measure how light affects individual atoms for the first time >>
* Europe's largest parcel service, DHL, shows off a test flight of its delivery drone >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 December 2013
* Alzheimer’s Vaccine Trial a Success >>
* IBM's Jeopardy-Winning Supercomputer Will Power A 'Cognitive, Expert Personal Shopper' App Next Year (IBM) >>
* Disruptions: At Your Door in Minutes, Delivered by Robot >>
* Meet The Startup That's Going To Make Eggs (Yes, Eggs) Obsolete >>
* When trying to find innovation, look for the intersection of the physical and digital worlds >>
* Killing cancer by training the body to kill cancer the way the body resists other disease >>
* Smartphone Players are scrambling to Adopt Fingerprint ID >>
* Method of recording brain activity could lead to mind-reading devices >>
* A 3-D Printer That Uses the Sun to Create Glass Objects Out of Sand >>
* Here's Why 'The Internet Of Things' Will Be Huge, And Drive Tremendous Value For People And Businesses >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 December 2013
* Brain emulation machine with 1m chips able simulate 1b neurons nearing completion >>
* Space technology company builds a functioning artificial heart >>
* How to use mind-controlled robots in manufacturing, medicine >>
* Radio-beam device can disable car and boat engines from 50 meters >>
* Valve worker's controllers let you steer games with your butt and tongue (video) >>
* DARPA tests ground-based prototype of its folding space telescope (video) >>
* A 1km-high inflatable solar-energy chimney >>
* InMoov Open Source 3D Printable Human Robot >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 December 2013
* Monthly injection to prevent Alzheimer's in five years >>
* How NSA Uses Cellphone Tracking To Find And 'Develop' Targets >>
* Could Particle ‘Spooky Action’ Define The Nature Of Gravity? >>
* An Artificial Hand with Real Feelings >>
* You can’t get entangled without a wormhole >>
* SmartPower Strip works with SmartThings WiFi hub to keep your home always connected >>
* How 3D Printers Are Cranking Out Eyes, Bones, and Blood Vessels >>
* Our 10 trends for 2014 in 2 minutes >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 December 2013
* Google Acquires Seven Robot Companies, Wants Big Role in Robotics >>
* Amazon Prime rockets are only sightly less stupid than Amazon drones >>
* At 400,000 Years, Oldest Human DNA Yet Found Raises New Mysteries >>
* Could Atomically Thin Tin Transform Electronics? >>
* A sensor that will constantly monitor your blood for drugs >>
* Get ready for workout gear that monitors your muscles. future of wearables. >>
* Move over graphene, here comes '100% PERFECT' stanene >>
* The Biggest Ship in the World Has Floated For the First Time >>
* Spacex will begin testing highly usable stage combustion raptor rocket engine in 2014 >>
* Google is everywhere in technology with game changing potential >>
* Google planning a moonshot in robotics - potential gamechanger with new generation of robots >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 December 2013
* Male pill keeps sperm 'in storage' >>
* Men and women 'wired differently' >>
* Digital Health Feedback System; ingestible sensor you swallow. >>
* Humanoid robot helps train children with autism >>
* Cell Buddy Promises One SIM Card For Calls Throughout The World >>
* Rentals Delivered By Drone Could Make Ownership Obsolete >>
* Volvo Plans to Put Self-Driving Cars on City Streets by 2017 >>
* A Pill Filled with Bacteria Instead of Drugs >>
* MIT-Designed Smart Wheel To Boost Bike Commuting >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 December 2013
* Amazon 30 minute Drone Delivery >>
* Amazon and Walmart are competing to get same day delivery now but Amazon is looking to 30 minute delivery >>
* Smart socks the future of wearable tech >>
* Amphiro's a1 self-powered water and energy meter >>
* New algorithm finds you, even in untagged photos >>
* Dell preparing to squeeze 4K resolution onto a 24-inch monitor >>
* Sony files patent for 'SmartWig' >>
* I, Drone >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 December 2013
* Smart Power Strip Lets You Control Appliances Remotely >>
* Research Suggests One To Three Men Fathered Most Western Europeans >>
* DNA "markings" may transmit learned experiences >>
* Indian craft leaves Earth's orbit on way to Mars >>
* The quest to turn computers into creative artists >>
* Notch Is A Wearable Sensor & App For Tracking And Capturing Body Movements >>
* Researchers design drug-carrying nanoparticles that can be taken orally >>
* Breakthrough: Israeli Doctors Eliminate Tremors By Zapping Faulty Brain Tissue >>
* Smartphone-Controlled Paper Airplane Soars on Kickstarter >>
* Startup has plans for power plants in sky with drones >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 December 2013
* China Will Kick Off December By Launching A Probe To The Moon >>
* Tesla CEO Elon Musk Explains His Thought Process For Vetting Ideas >>
* The future of retail with Brickstream >>
* Eat Nuts, Live Longer? Study Says Yes >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 November 2013
* Could this be future of renewable energy? >>
* DARPA Wants to Fix Broken Brains, Restore Lost Memories >>
* How Smart Cars Enable Smart Criminals >>
* 'spy camera' takes 3D photos in almost COMPLETE darkness by measuring photon particles in air >>
* A virtual factory you can feel >>
* A self-healing satellite? Students seek your funds to launch prototype >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 November 2013
* A New Record for Terahertz Transmission >>
* Pea-Sized Gel Implant Could Eliminate Vaccine Booster Shots >>
* 50 meters of optical fiber shrunk to the size of microchips >>
* Smart software uses drones to plot disaster relief >>
* The smart software fighting fire with #fire >>
* Closer look-intels-72-core-x86-knights-landing-chip and race-to-exascale-computing >>
* Your next phone will be the ultimate surveillance machine >>
* Researchers run wheelchair-tongue-control-tests >>
* Japanese researchers want to get a robot into university by 2021 >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 November 2013
* Robots may receive urine-powered artificial 'hearts' >>
* Second Solar System Like Ours Discovered >>
* Bitcoin currency breaks $1,000 mark >>
* Camera that sees through fog could make driving safer >>
* MIT's $500 Kinect-like camera works in snow, rain, gloom of night >>
* Your Eye As A Screen >>
* Talk to Google on Chrome >>
* Sony files patent for wearable-electronics wig >>
* Ultrafast graphene sensor monitors your breath while you speak >>
* Drone-Wielding Criminals Busted Dropping Tobacco Into Prison Yard >>
* Kepler May Go Planet-Hunting Again! Infographic Shows How That Would Work >>
* Drone-Wielding Criminals Busted Dropping Tobacco Into Prison Yard >>
* For Apple, 3-D Sensors Have Potential Beyond TV >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 November 2013
* This Washing Machine Will Turn On When A Dog Barks >>
* Bitcoin Survival Guide: Everything You Need to Know About the Future of Money >>
* Russia starts ambitious super-heavy space rocket project >>
* Google Makes Talking To Your Computer Slightly Less Crazy With Speech Search Chrome Extension >>
* $500 ‘nano-camera’ can operate at the speed of light >>
* Introduction to the 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2013 >>
* New Wave Energy wants to put power plants in the sky >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 November 2013
* Nymi, The Heartwave-Sensing Wristband For ID Authentication, Launches SDK >>
* Satellite 'Search And Rescue' Imaging Finally Comes Of Age >>
* Oculus Rift-based virtual reality game could help restore 3D vision (video) >>
* Automatic's Smart Driving Assistant Comes To Amazon Easier To Boost Your Ride's IQ >>
* Apple buys motion sensor making firm >>
* In The Future, You May Have To Pay The Bank To Hold Your Money >>
* Lust for life: breaking the 120-year barrier in human ageing >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 November 2013
* Home automation with Revolv >>
* Gillmor Gang: Dreamforce 2013 Live (web request/response to listen/analysis/react) >>
* Viral video philosopher Jason Silva: "We're going to cure aging" >>
* The Chinese hotel run by robots: From doormen to waiters, all your needs are met by cyborg staff >>
* How plain, old WiFi will revolutionize the cellular industry >>
* Batteries Woven Right Into Fabric Boost Wearable Tech >>
* Surgeon test-drives Google Glass in the operating room >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 November 2013
* 2x3D lets viewers watch 2D or 3D movies on the same screen simultaneously >>
* Watch this 18-rotor electric helicopter take its maiden voyage (video) >>
* Male Y chromosome 'could be scrapped' >>
* Scientists have been able to grow artificial skin using stem cells from the umbilical cord >>
* Follow the genes: Yale team finds clues to origin of autism >>
* Online Anonymity in a Box, for $49 >>
* Can computers negotiate win-win negotiations in a virtual world >>
* Planetary Resources explains how asteroid mining will open human colonization >>
* 3D Virtual Birth Simulator Uses Mother and Baby's Actual Measurements >>
* Neutrino Detection Could Help Paint an Entirely New Picture of the Universe >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 November 2013
* Icy Observatory Detects Neutrinos From Outside Our Solar System >>
* The era of neutrino astronomy has begun >>
* Your next TV could come from a printer >>
* Taste simulator lets you sample virtual food >>
* Robot surgeons to operate on beating human hearts >>
* You can draw circuit boards onto paper with this pen (video) >>
* IROS 2013: UAVs Get a Grip With Full-Size Robot Arms >>
* What will NASA be doing with its new quantum computer? >>
* New Indoor Navigation Technologies Work Where GPS Can’t >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 November 2013
* Computer searches web 24/7 to analyze images and teach itself common sense >>
* Predicting human body height from DNA >>
* Ancient DNA links Europe to America >>
* Real Life Version of x-ray glasses can see through your skin >>
* KeyMe, The Cloud Service For House Keys, ffering One Hour Delivery Service Lockouts >>
* Toyota is taking fuel cells seriously, unveils concept car and reaffirms launch 2015 >>
* Qualcomm's new mobile processor brings 4K to your pocket >>
* World's first space tourist gives details on manned mission to Mars in 2017 >>
* Printing computer displays and solar cells >>
* A Laser-Guided Pizza Cutter Guarantees Perfectly Proportioned Slices >>
* Eight-core smartphone chips could become mainstream in China with new MediaTek >>
* UK-built cameras heading for space station >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 November 2013
* Google, Intel join the retail world >>
* Philips LED carpet turns floors into incredibly helpful dynamic signage >>
* Written in blood: Your life history in just one drop >>
* Virtobot Autonomous Autopsy System Scans Bodies, Analyzes for Abnormalities >>
* First Satellite Built By High School Students >>
* UrtheCast: Camera for ISS Live Video of Planet Earth To Launch Nov. 25 >>
* Selfie wins Oxford word of the year >>
* First ‘mini-kidney’ structures from human stem cells generated by Salk scientists >>
* Monkeys can point to objects they do not report seeing >>
* 3D-printed practice parts turn patients inside out >>
* Lab-Made Heart Represents 'Moonshot' for 3D Printing >>
* Samsung defies critics ships 800,000 Galaxy Gear smartwatches in two months >>
* Next Google Glass Tricks Include Translating the World From Your Eyes >>
* Elon Musk: I'll Build A Hyperloop Prototype If No One Else Does [VIDEO] >>
* An underwater hotel opens in Africa >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 November 2013
* Why Instagrams get built but Hyperloops have not >>
* Startup Tribogenics develops smart phone sized portable x-ray machines >>
* A durable, low-cost water splitter made of silicon and nickel >>
* Developing a Fax Machine to Copy Life on Mars >>
* Wrist-Sized Bone Scanner Could Fly To The Space Station In 2016 >>
* How far away are we from major new treatments cancer, heart disease and alzheimers? >>
* Moore's Law on Steroids: Computing Power for One Type is Doubling Every Three Weeks >>
* The Future of Augmented Reality [HD] >>
* New Medical Device Treats Epilepsy With A Well-Timed Zap >>
* Smartphones' GPS reveals how transport is used in cities and improves route planning >>
* TapTap, a touch communication wristband >>
* Robots That Pay Attention To You >>
* Mars moon experiment growing plants on artificial mars, moon and earth sand >>
* Researchers create self-healing batteries inspired by artificial robot skin >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 November 2013
* Zero Point Is the First 3D, 360 Degree Movie for the Oculus Rift >>
* Morriston surgeons use 3D printing technology to rebuild patient's face >>
* Cancer diversity has 'huge implications' >>
* Eye-tracking Mario demo offers glipse at the next generation of Google Glass >>
* Microsoft Invents In-Vehicle Quiet Time Controls for Smartphones >>
* Tissue engineering: Grow your own smart organs >>
* Farms of the Future Will Run on Robots and Drones >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 November 2013
* Google's computers OUTWIT their humans; 'Deep learning' clusters crack coding problems their top engineers can't >>
* Man Builds A Bomb With Materials Anyone Can Buy Inside An Airport Terminal >>
* How many people born in the 1800s are still alive? >>
* Quantum Bit Stored for Record 39 Minutes at Room Temperature >>
* Ultra-Dense Deuterium Fueled Starship | Project Icarus Workshop Update #4/4 >>
* Laser Holograms as Thin as a Hair Could Be the Future of High-Res >>
* Internet of Things Has Big Startup Potential >>
* 8 Ways the Internet of Things Will Change the Way We Work >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 November 2013
* MEMS Makers Want Even More Sensors in Smartphones for Total Situational Awareness >>
* Tracked Since Birth: The Rise Of Extreme Baby Monitoring >>
* A Sensor-Packed Teddy Bear That Keeps an Eye On Your Baby >>
* Stanford and SLAC scientists invent self-healing battery electrode >>
* Microsoft Releases ’3D Builder,’ A 3D Printing App For Windows 8.1 >>
* This Floating Hotel Room Comes with an Underwater Fish-Peeping Deck >>
* New hologram technology created with tiny nanoantennas >>
* Quantum 'world record' smashed >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 November 2013
* Watson Is Going To Be Open For Public Use on the Cloud >>
* VIDEO: 'Smart' teddy monitors your child >>
* FDA Approves artifical pancreas you can wear >>
* Phone app to locate defibrillators >>
* IBM Opens Up Watson As A Web Service >>
* Hospitals May Be Disappearing In The Era Of Health Care Reform >>
* ‘Force Field’ Could Protect New Weather Satellite, Future Human Missions >>
* Penguin-inspired propulsion system >>
* How Astronauts Can Explore The Martian Moon Phobos >>
* TeamLabBody 3D human anatomy app >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 November 2013
* Demo of Prototype Virtual Retinal Head Mounted Display >>
* Physicists devise a means for measuring blood flow inside the body >>
* Eyes cells help diagnose Alzheimer's >>
* Physicists Now Want a Very Large Hadron Collider >>
* Hairlytop Interface moves organically in response to light >>
* IceCure’s Treatment Turns Tumors Into Ice Balls Reports Success In Lung Cancer Trial >>
* VIDEO: Fake ash cloud tests plane equipment >>
* DOCOMO world's first 1.2 gbps transmission with single-size antenna for LTE-advanced >>
* Smartphone accelerometers distinguish between different transportation modalities >>
* Mobile Is The Only Media That Is Growing — TV, Print, Radio Are All Shrinking >>
* CAMERA NEXT DOOR: HOW NEIGHBORS WATCH NEIGHBORS IN NEW ORLEANS >>
* Story Behind This Robotic Butt, and How it Could Someday Help You >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 November 2013
* 'Smart nappy' alerts parents when diaper needs changing >>
* MakerBot Wants To Put A 3D Printer In Every School In America >>
* Did life on Earth have very cold beginnings? >>
* Biosensor could help detect brain injuries during heart surgery >>
* Lockheed shows off a hypersonic missile concept >>
* Remote virtual surgery via Google Glass and telepresence >>
* GrowCube promises to grow food with ease indoors (hands-on) >>
* Welcome to the Self-Aware Robotic Cloud >>
* Upp is a $199 hydrogen fuel cell for USB devices that lets you fill up instead of plugging in >>
* NSFW The Oculus Rift Sex Simulator Is Here >>
* iRobot reboots Roomba with new technology >>
* MIT Invents A Shapeshifting Display You Can Reach Through And Touch >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 November 2013
* Multi-Sensory Internet Brings Smell, Taste, and Touch to the Web >>
* Breakthrough scan of hearts can predict attack >>
* Microwave signals turned into electrical power >>
* LightCloth - An interactive cloth woven from optic fibers >>
* NASA's Robonaut Gets Its Legs; Could a Moonwalk Be In Its Future? >>
* New invisibility cloak type designed >>
* Amazon’s new graphical cloud helps make desktops obsolete >>
* What Health Care Needs Is a Real-Time Snapshot of You >>
* Microrobots can be manufactured in bulk, light activated and can be steered by magnetic field will enable microfactories >>
* Future of military drones is transformation. Meet drone that can fly, swim, drive, and even hop like a frog >>
* Toyota’s New Concept Car Takes the Driver’s Movements and Emotions Into Consideration >>
* Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at google >>
* This Lie-Detecting Throat Tattoo Is Google's Creepiest Patent Yet >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 November 2013
* Facebook likes wearable technology, but the tech's not quite ready to like back >>
* Live from Expand: The Industrial Revolution Starts at Home >>
* Forget devices, the future of technology is seeded in biology >>
* 300-MPH Bullet Train Will Take You From D.C. To New York In Just An Hour >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 November 2013
* 3D-Printed Mini Human Liver Survives 40 Days, Works Like the Real Thing >>
* Motorola wants to patent a neck tattoo that doubles up as a microphone >>
* Autonomous robot will draw unique random sketches forever >>
* Live from Expand: Thinking Ahead: the Future of Consumer Electronics >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 November 2013
* Kinect security cameras know when you swing a punch >>
* Artificial heart to pump human waste into future robots >>
* A Smartphone App That Detects Radiation In A Disaster >>
* Nano Panels Beam Heat Into Space | Video >>
* Eyes-on with HeadsUP, a smartphone-powered HUD for your car >>
* Wireless device converts 'lost' energy into electric power >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 November 2013
* Build-your-own toy robots unveiled >>
* Massive DNA volunteer hunt begins >>
* Morph This Table's Surface With Your Hands >>
* Human touch makes robots smarter: On Learning Context-Driven User Preferences >>
* Bio patch that can regrow bone >>
* World’s first 3D-printed metal gun successfully fires over 50 rounds >>
* 3D-printed human cells could "replace animal testing" >>
* An App-Connected Laser Tape Measure Will Never Mistake Inches For Feet >>
* Researchers surprised how neural circuits identify information needed for decisions >>
* 3-D Printing; Researchers figure out how to create structures that respond to environment after printing >>
* These Printable Liquid Crystal Lasers Could Be the Future of Anti-Counterfeit Technology >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 November 2013
* Toyota unveils FV2 3-wheeled color-changing concept car ahead of Tokyo Motor Show >>
* Brain-machine interface lets monkey control two robotic arms >>
* Smartphone-Based Imaging System Spots Nanoscale Objects >>
* Google Is Testing A Program That Tracks You Everywhere You Go >>
* These are the jobs that robots will never steal from us >>
* Smart water meters stop money going down the drain >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 November 2013
* Video: Knife-wielding robot trains for grocery checkout job w coactive learning technique >>
* Scientists engineer dengue fever-resistant mosquitoes, release them in Vietnam >>
* xNT Embeddable chip to rid you of keys, instantly unlock your phone , available now >>
* HiBot Demos New Amphibious Snake Robot >>
* Li-Fi revolution: internet connections using light bulbs, 250 times faster than broadband >>
* Machines learn to detect breast cancer >>
* A use for the Internet of Things: ROBOCOP Neighbourhood Watch >>
* Google Wants Give You a Helping Hand in Real Time >>
* Shields up! Scientists work to produce 'Star Trek' deflector device >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 November 2013
* One in Five Sun-Like Stars Have 'Goldilocks' Planets >>
* New implantable sensor may allow long-term monitoring of cancer cells and glucose >>
* Superfast rock-paper-scissors robot 'wins' every time >>
* Crypto boffins propose replacing certification authorities with ... Bitcoin? >>
* FutureMed Day 1: ‘FutureMed’ Is Out, ‘Exponential Medicine’ Is In >>
* An Adorably Tiny Reconnaissance Drone No Larger Than a Dragonfly >>
* Incredible Technology: How to Launch Superfast Trips to Mars >>
* 3D-Printing 'Encryption' App Hides Contraband Objects In Plain Sight >>
* Of Course Gas Stations Will Use Facial Recognition Tech to Serve 'Relevant' Ads >>
* Lockheed Martin Is Developing A Hypersonic Spy Plane >>
* Wearable Robotics: The Incredible Tech of Helping People Walk Again >>
* Urbee 2, the 3D-Printed Car That Will Drive Across the Country >>
* Is DNA From Mom or Dad? New technique will accelerate personalized medicine >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 November 2013
* Autonomous Dump Trucks Are Coming To Canada's Oil Sands >>
* Project puts sensors in sewers to catch bomb-makers >>
* Could Civilian Drones Become Lethal Projectiles? [Video] >>
* 2014 Will Be The Year Of Wearable Technology >>
* Future Of Renewable Energy Found Inside A Shipping Container Sitting Off I-95 >>
* Nanotube-based sensors can be implanted under the skin for a year >>
* Lasers might be the cure for brain diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's >>
* Everyone in world needs 4000 kwh, $5000 per capita for developed life expectancy, quality of life >>
* Scientists Successfully 3D Print Embryonic Stem Cells For the First Time >>
* Hangout on Air: Which technologies will have the biggest impact by 2025? >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 November 2013
* Drive This Car With Your Mind — Like a Jedi >>
* Brain-Machine Interface Puts Anesthesia on Autopilot >>
* Flexibile, high definition CAAC-OS displays >>
* Man Shatters Coast-to-Coast Driving Record, Averaging 98MPH >>
* Hypersonic Successor to Legendary SR-71 Blackbird Spy Plane Unveiled >>
* Brain-inspired synaptic transistor learns while it computes: >>
* Germany to allow 'third' gender >>
* One Potential Problem With Geoengineering: Less Rain >>
* Blindfolded People Can Still "See" Their Own Limbs >>
* How Google Glass will usher in an era of superhuman vision >>
* New Algorithm Assesses the Quality of Wikipedia Articles >>
* A Protocol For Home Automation >>
* iHealth Launches Wireless Smart Gluco-Monitoring System in US >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 November 2013
* Humanoid Robot Demonstrates Sign Language >>
* A Future Internet Might Not Use Servers >>
* Android 4.4 KitKat Targets Next Billion, Adds Pervasive Search & Improves Google Now >>
* Need a job? The 'Internet of Things' wants you >>
* Artificial Blood Made In Romania >>
* DARPA wants drones to have lasers too >>
* Police 'GPS cannons' can shoot trackers at fleeing cars, but are they legal? >>
* Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 October 2013
* New eye control tablet gadget unveiled >>
* The Titan Arm helps you lift 40 more pounds >>
* Sensorless Flying Robot Is Like a Drunken Speeder Bike Orb >>
* Moral in the morning, but dishonest in the afternoon >>
* Can New Wristband 'Sense' What You're Eating? >>
* California Woman Gets Charged for Wearing Google Glass While Driving >>
* MIT Wristband Could Make Air Conditioning Obsolete >>
* GPS Tracking "Bullets" Could Help Reduce Car Chases >>
* Wearable camera detects emotions, automatically records moments of interest based on brainwaves >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 October 2013
* Wearable Minority Report head mounted 3D virtual display >>
* Neurocam wearable camera reads your brainwaves and records what interests you >>
* Oculus Rift Will Make Virtual Reality Goggles For Android Phones >>
* 210 Degrees of Heads-Up Display: Hands-On With the InfinitEye >>
* Super-thin membranes clear the way for chip-sized pumps >>
* Japanese Telco Smashes Entanglement Distance Record >>
* NASA's first-ever deep space craft, Orion, has been powered on for the first time >>
* Will Self-Driving Cars Mean The End Of Highway Fatalities? >>
* Adaptive Cruise Control Algorithm that keeps a car halfway between front and rear cars will prevent traffic jams >>
* The Printer That Can Print A 2,500 Square Foot House In 20 Hours. >>
* Superfast factory mass production of skyscrapers is crushing the system for printing a house in 20 hours >>
* Trillions of sensors to enable $15 trillion Internet of Things market by 2020 >>
* Life size animated 3D hologram of the human body >>
* How organs know the right way to grow >>
* First Wireless Speakers Are Stunning >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 October 2013
* Cell nucleus protein in brown fat cells governs daily control of body temperature >>
* 'Ancient brain' helps us avoid accidents >>
* 2 Monkeys Were Paid Unequally – See What Happens Next [W/VIDEO] >>
* Vicarious AI breaks CAPTCHA ‘Turing test’ >>
* Self-Filling Gas Station Pumps: Welcome To the Lazy Future >>
* Chemists find biological complexes that beat chance >>
* MIT lab developing ion microthrusters for cubesats >>
* The Artificial Womb Is Born And The World of the Matrix begins >>
* Internet of light: scientists achieve 10-gigabit data speeds using LEDs >>
* Facebook researchers are trying to predict when you and your spouse will break up >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 October 2013
* Electric Brain Stimulation Helps Rats With Spinal Cord Injuries Walk >>
* Meet the people who want to build our first starship >>
* New Earth Project: blueprint for a new civilisation >>
* Drones controlled by MAKE-UP >>
* Landslide sensors may save lives worldwide >>
* FutureMed: The Future of Health >>
* Scientists Can Tell Your Ethnicity From The Germs In Your Mouth >>
* Physicists decode decision circuit of cancer metastasis >>
* Why we should actually build the Death Star >>
* BMW Laser Headlights Slice Through the Dark >>
* Spray-On Clothing Could Deliver a Suit in a Can [Video] >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 October 2013
* Your face may have been sculpted by junk DNA >>
* HP to enter 3D printer game >>
* Japanese asteroid-blasting space cannon could reveal origins of universe >>
* Extra Gene Makes Mice Manic >>
* Boredom is actually a state of stress, researchers say >>
* Reverse Microwave Chills Beer In 45 Seconds >>
* This 400-Mile "Manmade River" Might Soon Flow Uphill Across Kansas >>
* Most Distant Galaxy in Universe Discovered --30 Billion Light Years from Milky Way >>
* New device stores electricity on silicon chips news. >>
* Oracle's Big Machines Acquisition Predicts The Future Of Cloud Selling Applications >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 October 2013
* Fire-Spotting Satellite Designed to Help Snuff Out Wildfires >>
* 4K, 12-Inch Tablet Screens Are on Their Way >>
* Look Inside 8K Theater Technology At Newly Renovated Fiske Planetarium >>
* SAP Goes Wearable >>
* Poppy, a 3D-printed humanoid robot that defies conventions >>
* NASA Has a 622 Mbps Data Connection--to the Moon >>
* Moon And NASA Now Communicate Via Lasers >>
* Japanese scientists successfully test asteroid-blasting space cannon >>
* Project aims to mass-produce 'nanopetals' for sensors, batteries >>
* Genomics Pioneer Craig Venter Envisions Future of Synthetic Life >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 October 2013
* Craig Venter’s ‘biological teleportation’ device >>
* This Smog Vacuum Could Suck Up The World's Pollution >>
* Chemical passwords could lead to unbreakable molecular lock >>
* Scientists Have Created a Disk That Can Store Data for a Million Years >>
* Biotech Breakthrough: Monkeys can feel virtual objects using a brain implant >>
* 3D Printed Microscope Detects Diseases in Humans >>
* Trimmable Printed Sensors Can Add Multitouch To Any Device >>
* Lasers offer an automated way to test drinking water >>
* Noise Pollution Maps Crowdsourced from Smartphone Data >>
* Latest space tourism trip uses balloon to take passengers 100,000 feet up >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 October 2013
* Scientists discover DNA body clock >>
* Here’s Your Chance To Fund A New Asteroid Search >>
* UBR-1 Robot From Unbounded Robotics Revolutionizes Affordable Mobile Manipulation >>
* Honda automatic driverless valet parking system >>
* Google Project Shield Will Offer Free Cyberattack Protection To At-Risk Sites >>
* Locating art in the brain of the beholder >>
* Laser Travel by Photonic Thruster >>
* DARPA will have create robots to scavenge and reuse parts from other satellites >>
* The Future Is Here: How 3D Printing Is Opening The Door To Space Colonization >>
* Solar panels can be used to provide heating and air conditioning >>
* Are We Socially Ready For Wearable Computing? >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 October 2013
* Smart organs; grow organs from cells which contain sensors that can alert you to illness. >>
* Fireside chat with Marc Andreessen >>
* University team has AR See-Through System for safe driving (w/ Video) >>
* Google cracks open Project Loon's antennas, explains balloon delivered-internet (video) >>
* Virgin Galactic Wants To Do Moon Cruises, Replace The Concorde For Terrestrial Travel >>
* How innovation is shaping our future >>
* IBM's goal is a petaflop computer the size of a large backpack and not a basketball court >>
* Tiny Solar-Powered GPS Device Lets You Track Everything >>
* Disruptions: Silicon Valley’s Next Stop: The Kitchen >>
* AI is over : This is Artificial Empathy >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 October 2013
* Electronic blood' computer tested >>
* Atlas Robot Breaks Ankle During First Public Performance >>
* The atmosphere may soon charge your phone >>
* Contextual Computing: Our Sixth, Seventh And Eighth Senses >>
* Google Without Larry Page Would Still Thrive — Unlike Apple Without Steve Jobs >>
* Facial Recognition In The Classroom Tells Teachers When Students Are Spacing >>
* Google's Secret Project 'Genie' Could Transform The Construction Industry >>
* Chinese Scientists Invent Lightbulbs That Emit Wi-Fi >>
* Elon Musk has bought the James Bond Lotus Submarine Car and plans to make it actually work >>
* Scientists test underwater Wi-Fi network, can detect tsunamis, oil search and monitor sealife >>
* 'Pain genes' identified by DNA sequencing >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 October 2013
* How IBM is making computers more like your brain. For real >>
* How David Schmale Tracks Airborne Microbes With Drones >>
* FlyKly Smart Wheels Gives Your Bike an Electric Boost >>
* This 3D Printer Can Produce Hard and Soft Parts Simultaneously >>
* Robots Are Already Figuring Out Your Personality >>
* Can the Internet of Things make itself secure? >>
* Adidas Micoach smartwatch has heart-rate sensor, that studies the wearer's pulse >>
* Army of Robot Baristas Could Mean the End of Starbucks as We Know It >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 October 2013
* Schizophrenia linked to abnormal brain waves: Neurological hyperactivity produces disordered thinking >>
* Zoomable holograms pave way for versatile, portable projectors >>
* Approval for first wireless pacemaker >>
* Scratch Wireless offers 'free' mobile service that uses WiFi for calls and text >>
* Ethernet's 400-Gigabit Challenge Is a Good Problem To Have >>
* Underwater wi-fi given test run >>
* Tiny Pacemaker Can Be Installed Via Catheter >>
* Put These Quarter-Sized GPS Trackers On Everything >>
* Screw Internet-of-Things: Boffins build Internet-of-Sound UNDERWATER >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 October 2013
* Watch An Army Robot Fire A Machine Gun >>
* The NSA's problem? Too much data. >>
* IBM's Watson wants to fix America's doctor shortage >>
* A Swarm of Drones 3D-Mapped the Matterhorn in Stunning Detail >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 October 2013
* World record: Wireless data transmission at 100 Gbit/s >>
* The Age of Social Products >>
* Divining the Future: Special Report: The Rapid Advance of Artificial Intelligence >>
* Building a Search Engine >>
* Drone driver licenses? How to make flying robots safe for American skies >>
* How Quantum Computers and Machine Learning Will Revolutionize Big Data <a href="http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2013/10/computers-big-data/ >>
* Tiny water sensor embedded in Planet Stems >>
* Prisons turn to computer algorithms for deciding who to parole >>
* MIT ‘Kinect of the future’ can track you through walls to within 10cm >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 October 2013
* Watch the SpaceX Grasshopper Reach A New Record-Setting Height >>
* Graphene nanoribbons make plastic 1000 times harder for gas to escape for better storage of natural gas >>
* Richard Obousy on Alcubierre and Casimir Warp Drives >>
* Scientists Uncover a Pathway for Silencing Tumor Suppressor Genes >>
* GE's vision of smarter appliances and the home of 2025 >>
* Scientists develop implant that could stop Parkinson's growth >>
* "FutureMed: The Future of Health" is a video vision by the participants of FutureMed 2013 >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 October 2013 * Google X Display Guru Says Wearable Computing Is Unstoppable >>
* Lasers 3-D Print A Home For Bacteria >>
* Would You Go See A Movie With A 270-Degree View? >>
* This Smartphone Charger Doesn't Need an Outlet — Just Fire >>
* This Device Converts Ocean Waves Into Power >>
* iPhone-Controlled Cyborg Cockroaches Are Stirring Up An Ethics Debate >>
* MIT's 'Kinect of the future' looks through walls with X-ray like vision >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 October 2013
* A first look inside Google's futuristic quantum lab >>
* Huge New Solar Thermal Plant Can Keep Running for Six Hours After Sun Goes Down >>
* Why Scientists Held Back Details On Unique Botulinum Toxin; single gram could kill million people >>
* Giant ship may help lift Concordia >>
* 'Terminator arm' churned out of 3D printer >>
* Heat-assisted recording technology will enable 40 TB HDDs by 2020 >>
* Autonomous Cars: We Won't Need Lanes Where We're Going, Says Kevin Warwick >>
* Printed electronics: A multi-touch sensor customizable with scissors >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 October 2013 * Human Brain Project SP10: Neurorobotics >>
* World's smallest electronic components are smaller than a grain of sand >>
* Floating interactive display could be used in ATMs of the future >>
* Scientists Are Closer To A Cure For Jet-Lag After Finding Brain's 'Reset Button' >>
* Ford car wrests control of steering >>
* The Future Of Desktop Computing Revealed... By Fox News? >>
* Next Generation Antibiotics Could Be "Turned Off" Using Light >>
* The Human Brain Project SP 9: Neuromorphic Computing Platform >>
* The Human Brain Project: Future Computing >>
* The Human Brain Project: Future Medicine >>
* The Countdown to Android Brains is Underway >>
* Could ‘Iron Man’ Suits Be Heading To The Military? [Video] >>
* DARPA’s Cheetah Robot Beats Usain Bolt’s Record >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 October 2013
* Nuclear Fusion Produces And Spends Equal Energy For The First Time >>
* 1.61 billion dollar human brain project has started in Europe >>
* Hexoskin Shirts That Track Movement, Respiration and Heart Activity (Interview) >>
* Scientists calculate the speed of free-roaming dark matter >>
* Nest Wi-Fi smoke detector Gives the Lowly Smoke Detector a Brain — And a Voice >>
* Xbox Fitness: Microsoft plans to use big data; Kinect sensor enables muscle mapping, balance calculations, and limb orientation detection. >>
* Alivecor Launches New Universal Mobile Heart Monitor >>
* Watch A 3-D Printer Make A Pizza >>
* 3D-Printed Rocket Engine Built By Students Passes Big Test (Video) >>
* A Wi-Fi Kettle That Messages Instead of Whistling When It Boils >>
* What's Next For The Cloud? The Intercloud >>
* Moti Is A Smart Motor That Wants To Fire Up App-Controlled, DIY Robotics >>
* First 3D Movies From a Single Pixel Camera >>
* DEATH WATCH counts down seconds to wearer's demise >>
* Continuous Monitoring Contact Lenses - A Moonshot Proposal >>
* Biology is the new software >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 October 2013
* The ‘near-human’ Atlas robot has better balance than you do >>
* Disney's Paper Generators Could Power Interactive Books of the Future >>
* Robots to Read the Genomes of Alien Life Forms and Replicate Them Back on Earth >>
* Could IBM's Watson Put Google In Jeopardy? >>
* The Human Brain Project has officially begun >>
* MIT Deploys Swarm of Self-Assembling Robot Cubes >>
* Humans 1, Robots 0 Cashiers Trump Self-Checkout Machines at the Grocery Store >>
* Print a working paper computer on an $80 inkjet >>
* Scientists Map Process by Which Brain Cells Form Long-Term Memories >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 October 2013
* Scientists Have Found The Part Of The Brain That Makes Us Behave >>
* Self-Assembling Robots Will Blow Your Mind >>
* Pill-Sized Implant Enters Clinical Trials as Vaccine Against Deadly Cancer >>
* Tyler Cowen: Book; Average Is Over: Powering America Beyond the Age of the Great Stagnation Future Belongs To Software Developers, Marketer >>
* CEATEC 2013 wrap-up: self-driving cars, moon-walking simulators, 'Intelligent Glass' >>
* Drones Are Helping Make Delicious Wine >>
* 'Water chip' can desalinate seawater with electrical field >>
* New kind of microscope uses neutrons >>
* 3D Printing on Mars Could Be Key for Martian Colony >>
* Detecting Disease at Stage Zero | Daniel Kraft >>
* Self-powered Electrical Generators: A reality before 2050 >>
* First weather report on an extrasolar planet >>
* How We'll 3D-Print The Internet Of Things >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 October 2013
* Students Install the World's First Solar Pavement Panels in Virginia >>
* Blood tests in minutes, not days or weeks >>
* Accelerating Diabetic Wound Healing >>
* Exciting MIT droplet breakthrough could turbocharge power plants, airships and more >>
* Scientists Think They've Found The Brain Issue Linked To Schizophrenia >>
* Healthcare is ‘Ripe for Disruption’ >>
* Wild Idea: Reusable 'Slingatron' Launch Concept Could Slingshot Probes to Space >>
* Text Analyzer Reveals Emotional 'Temperature' of Novels and Fairy Tales >>
* Control Your Smartphone With This NFC Wristband >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 October 2013
* Depth-Sensing Cameras Head to Mobile Devices >>
* Scientists Discover Source Of Imagination; Could We Make Robots That Create Art? >>
* Scientists Create A New Type Of 'Lightsaber' Matter >>
* This Crazy Toothbrush, Created With A 3D Printer, Will Clean Your Teeth In 6 Seconds >>
* First cloud map of a planet beyond our solar system >>
* DoCoMo demos 'Intelligent Glass' wearable at CEATEC 2013 (hands-on) >>
* DoCoMo's vision of '5G' wireless: 100x faster than LTE, but not until 2020 >>
* How A Wearable Patch Could Help Prevent Mosquito Bites >>
* How Having Three Parents Leads To Disease-Free Kids >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 October 2013
* Scientists Have Figured Out How to Turn Off Hunger >>
* Radar technology that can detect heartbeats in rubble >>
* Peachy Printer Kickstarter Promises $100 3D Printer and Scanner – Can They Do It? >>
* We Calculated How Much Your Soul Is Actually Worth >>
* How Big The Internet Of Things Could Become; 200 devices per person >>
* World’s First Commercially Viable Remote Wireless Power System >>
* World's First Quantum Metamaterial Unveiled >>
* The New Kinect Will Understand Two People Talking Simultaneously >>
* Tiny medical electronics dissolve harmlessly inside your body >>
* The Next Thing In Online Shopping? Avatars >>
* Vending Machine Uses Cloud Technology to Personalize Your Purchases >>
* Engineers invent programming language to build synthetic DNA >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 September 2013
* Scientists want to turn smartphones into earthquake sensors >>
* Japan aims to beam solar energy down from orbit >>
* Orbital becomes second private company to ISS, joining Elon Musk's SpaceX. >>
* Quantum Computers Check Each Other’s Work >>
* A.I smartwatch is also a standalone Android smartphone (video) >>
* Spacex reusable rocket re-ignition not successful, Spacex believes can fix next luanch >>
* Researchers demonstrate 'accelerator on a chip' >>
* Turn A Heart On And Off With The Flick Of A Switch >>
* Kevin Kelly: The Improbable is the New Normal >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 September 2013
* Meta: Personal Holographic Interface: Real Time 3D Scanning Input, with 3D Display Output on top of the real world. >>
* In the Future, Wars Will Be Fought with Lasers and Robots >>
* Google announces new Knowledge Graph features >>
* Broadcom fries up '5G' Wi-Fi chips to chuck in your connected car >>
* 3D Printed Toothbrush Tailored to Your Teeth >>
* Stanford University Builds the World’s First Carbon Nanotube Computer >>
* Number of Confirmed Alien Planets Nears 1,000 >>
* FYI: Do Animals Have Orgasms? >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 September 2013
* Real-Time Sensor Double Checks What's in Your IV Drip >>
* Stem Cell Breakthrough in Mice Points Toward a Way to Repair Tissue in Humans >>
* Aerohive puts wifi on a drone >>
* Tiny camera records details of scene without losing sight of the big picture >>
* Free-standing 3D skeletal muscle constructs created in the lab >>
* With carbon nanotubes, a path to flexible, low-cost sensors >>
* 3D Printing Aims to Deliver Organs on Demand >>
* F-16 jet takes off with empty cockpit >>
* ESA Developing Rocket-Hopping Mars Robot >>
* Laser stairway to reduce energy requirements and focusing problems for laser pushed solar sails >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 September 2013
* New iPhone's fingerprint sensor works for dogs >>
* Microsoft beams Internet into Africa -- using TV 'white spaces' >>
* Upgrade enbles Rethink Baxter robot to operate faster and perform new tasks >>
* Using The Power Of Brain Waves To Prevent Car And Plane Hijackings >>
* New Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor by iHealth >>
* Mode-locked Lasers Applied to Deflecting a Near Earth Object on Earth Collision >>
* Teaching computers to recognize objects better >>
* Intel Unveils Tiny, Low-Power Quark Chip For Internet of Things >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 September 2013
* Is This Our First Alien Encounter? >>
* Scientists discover life after brain death >>
* ‘Wired microbes’ generate electricity from sewage >>
* 3D printed ROOM looks like beautiful interior of a cathedral >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 September 2013
* Google vs. Death >>
* The First Full-Size Helicopter That Takes Off and Lands All By Itself >>
* Airship 2.0: Inside the Lighter-Than-Air Revival >>
* Bumblebee flight inspires 'bad weather robot' design >>
* Smartphone 'microscope' can detect a single virus, nanoparticles >>
* Voice-Analyzing App Scans Football Players for Concussion >>
* Future law: Can you be slandered by a robot? >>
* Google is launching Calico an antiaging company >>
* DARPA's XS-1 program aims for an unmanned spaceship with aircraft-like costs >>
* How 'Smart Teeth' Could Detect Health Habits >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 September 2013
* 'The Costa Concordia has been rotated' >>
* European researchers want to send snake robots to Mars >>
* Researchers discover how and where imagination occurs in human brains >>
* Interesting startup knows where you are aiming your smartphone >>
* A Device That Converts Sunlight Into Hydrogen Fuel >>
* Snake robot on Mars? >>
* Sensors allow for efficient irrigation, give growers more control over plant growth >>
* Tiny 3D-Printed Organs Aim for 'Body on a Chip' >>
* 'Cloud' Smartphones Could Soon Threaten Android And iPhone, Professor Says >>
* 110 Predictions For the Next 110 Years >>
* ‘Terminator’ polymer regenerates itself >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 September 2013
* Internet Of Things For 3D Printing >>
* A moveable, flexible display made of paper >>
* MIT Has Taught Incompetent Robots How To Ask For Help >>
* Intel shows off wine-powered processor and biometric boffinry >>
* Company Wants To Send Robots Into Lunar Caves >>
* Turn Your Smartphone Into a Microscope With Single Lens >>
* Smarter cameras may help bring autonomy to space robots >>
* Fusion Spaceship Could Get Us to Mars >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 September 2013
* Disney Created A Microphone That Turns Your Body Into A Walkie–Talkie >>
* This GPS-Based Plane Tracker Makes Highways in the Sky >>
* Remote Control Dog Cyborg: It’s a Thing >>
* Monsieur robotic bartender automates mixed drinks with a tap of a finger >>
* Google Glass Will Change The Way You Watch Baseball >>
* Peter Thiel Promised Flying Cars; Instead We Got Caffeine Spray >>
* Autonomous Vehicles, Big Data, And 3–D Printing Are Top Of The Hype Cycle >>
* The Next Wireless Revolution, in Electricity >>
* #TCDisrupt - Get Real-Time Directions Influenced by Weather Conditions with TurnCast >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 September 2013
* iPhone 5C: Apple's Colorful Budget Phone Is Real and $99 on Contract >>
* Apple iPhone 5S: Everything You Need to Know >>
* Satellite-Based Early Warnings Help Contain Cholera Outbreaks >>
* Chinese Researchers Make An Invisibility Cloak In 15 Minutes >>
* Stem-cell banks enable wealthy to free 'backup version' of their adult selves >>
* Intel introduces Quark, a tiny chip for the internet of things and wearable computing >>
* Swiss space plane to launch robotic orbital debris destroyer >>
* New NASA Ion Thruster To Propel Spacecraft To 90,000 MPH | Video >>
* The Next Space Shuttle: Hybrid Engines Make Runway-To-Orbit Missions A Reality >>
* DNA Glue could help reconnect injured organs or build functional human tissues >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 September 2013 * Recording and replaying human touch: the next user-interface revolution? >>
* Wireless network detects falls by the elderly >>
* RoadView Hack Is A Black Box App For Cars >>
* Naturally secreted chemicals could make you invisible to mosquitos >>
* Heart health can be measured by finger pulse >>
* Sensor Wristband for ‘Round-the-Clock Health and Fitness Monitoring >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 September 2013
* New Connectors Let Solar Cells Withstand the Power of 70,000 Suns >>
* Scientists demo light-controlled semiconductor >>
* Why The Next Steve Jobs Will Come From Kickstarter >>
* Researchers Claim to Successfully 3D-Print Living Kidneys (VIDEO) >>
* Internet of Things demo is Qualcomm’s vision of the connected home >>
* Elon Musk Reveals ‘Iron Man’ Tech for Rocket Design | Video >>
* The New Era of Toy Robotics >>
* NBA to use motion-sensing cameras to track players' every move >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 September 2013
* Computer-Designed Proteins Recognize and Bind Small Molecules >>
* Interstellar Wind Changes Reveal Glimpse of Milky Way's Complexity >>
* The NSA Can Crack Almost Any Type of Encryption >>
* Japan's Robot Astronaut Speaks His First Words From Space >>
* Alzheimer’s missing link found >>
* Hypersonic 'scramjet' aims for Mach 8 test flight >>
* Philips Cloud TV will stream 'hundreds' of internet channels to its latest Smart TVs >>
* Philips Introduces Laser Beard Trimmer >>
* Crowdfund A $65 Robot That Runs Like A Maniac Cockroach >>
* Haier shows off its latest eye-controlled TV at IFA, we go eyes-on, naturally >>
* Philips shows wireless cooker, coffee maker concepts >>
* MIT Develops Advanced Fog Harvesting Material That Pulls 5x More Water From Thin Air >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 September 2013
* Galaxy Gear hands-on >>
* Researchers Develop Digital Eavesdropping Alarm >>
* New Smartphone Tech To Alert Pedestrians: 'You Are About To Be Hit By a Car' >>
* First Trial of Crowdsourced Grading for Computer Science Homework >>
* IBM's Watson Set To Revolutionize Marketing >>
* IBM Uses Internal Kickstarters To Pick Projects >>
* After Watson, IBM looks to build 'Brain In A Box' >>
* Intel’s Laser Chips Could Make Data Centers Run Better >>
* Search Engine That Finds Internet-Connected Cameras, Traffic Lights, Medical Devices, and Power Plants >>
* Google Glass app store will debut in 2014 >>
* A Brief History of Buildings That Melt Things >>
* How Powerful Would A Laser Need To Be In Order To Send A Signal To Another Star System? >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 September 2013
* Brain window implant devised >>
* Artificial muscle created which can lift 80 times its weight >>
* $79 Nymi bracelet aims to replace passwords and keys with your heartbeat >>
* Amazon launches Home Automation section for Nest thermostats, smart locks, and more >>
* Childbirth Simulator definitely educational, mostly horrifying >>
* Sleep boosts brain cell numbers >>
* Japan Building ‘Ice Wall’ To Contain Fukushima Radiation >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 September 2013
* Drone Could Save Heart-Attack Victims' Lives >>
* We Need a Moore’s Law for Medicine >>
* Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch: health tracker with a camera >>
* With Nymi Wristband, Your Heartbeat Unlocks Your Devices >>
* Wonder plastic gets stronger as you stretch it >>
* Acer announces 6-inch Liquid S2, 'first 4K-recording smartphone' >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 September 2013
* wireless network with a mile-wide range that the “internet of things” could be built on >>
* 1mm thick piezo film speaker from Kyocera used in LG's curved-screen OLED TV >>
* Scientists sequence genome of high-value grape, seek secrets of wine's aroma >>
* How an App That Tracks Circulation, Metabolism Helps Your Body >>
* Controlling weather with lasers >>
* Gillmor Gang: Contextual Adults >>
* Propellant-less Spacecraft and constructing kilometer sized space structures leads Phase 2 NASA Innovative projects >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 August 2013
* MIT engineers create experimental processor with 110 cores >>
* The real plan for Google Glass may be to sell it to businesses, not consumers >>
* Infrared Car System Spots Wildlife On The Road From 500 Feet Away >>
* Changing a single gene allows mice to live 20 percent longer >>
* Robot Security Guard Will Watch Old People While They Sleep >>
* A Robot That Climbs Walls to Paint Graffiti on Them >>
* A Drone That Brings Wi-Fi To You >>
* Mayo Clinic to treat football concussions with robots >>
* Bionics, Wearables, Internet Of Things, And 3D Printing Coming To IGNITION >>
* Skype Says It Can Support Holographic Video Calls >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 August 2013
* World's fastest spinning man-made object; 600 million revolutions per minute >>
* First mini-lungs, mini-kidneys and mini-hearts and now mini-brains have been grown >>
* Robert Scoble on Singularity 1 on 1: Stop Resisting the Future! >>
* Scientists Reverse Age-Related Memory Loss in Mice >>
* Quantum Cryptography Could Make Your Phone Uncrackable Someday …>>
* Scientists Have Grown Tiny Human Brains in Test Tubes …>>
* A Flying Robot May Clean Your House In The Future >>
* The Future Of NASA's Lunar Electric Rover Is Actually Here On Earth >>
* Researchers use light -- not electric jolts -- to restore healthy heartbeats >>
*'Brain-to-brain interface' allows researcher to control colleague's hand over internet >>
* Uji shower head gradually turns from green to red as users linger in the shower. >>
* Elon Musk shows innovation comes from outsiders with fresh viewpoints …>>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 August 2013
* Watch A Professor Control Another Professor's Mind From Across Campus >>
* New Super-Heavy Element 115 Confirmed >>
* Nissan Wants Self-Driving to Be a $1000 Car Upgrade by 2020 >>
* Google planning 'robo taxi' fleet >>
* ARM Acquires Internet Of Things Startup Sensinode To Move Beyond Tablets And Phones >>
* DARPA Wants Portable Brain Recorders “In Every Classroom in America” >>
* A 64:9 Ultra-Wide Camera That Captures an Entire Sporting Event At Once >>
* A Flight Through Ultra Deep Space >>
* Optimal placement of femtocells will help meet demand for wireless broadband >>
* Third Mirror Cast for Giant Magellan Telescope: Photos >>
* NASA tests limits of 3-D printing with powerful rocket engine check >>
* Busses are now using cameras to catch you illegally parked. >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 August 2013
* Japan's Brainy Epsilon Rocket to demonstrate own health checks using AI. >>
* Bionic Skin for a Cyborg You >>
* Incredible Technology: How Astronauts Could Hibernate On Mars Voyage >>
* Lunar XPrize technology video and team competing for the Tricorder Xprize >>
* Genomics X Prize Cancelled >>
* Chinese shipbuilders develop integrated electric propulsion technology >>
* Researchers build the world's smallest autopilot for micro aircraft (w/ Video) >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 August 2013
* Elon Musk Wants to Build the Iron Man Hologram UI For Real >>
* The next Microsoft CEO should be Elon Musk >>
* We Wanted To Make A Robot That Could Squeeze Through Holes And Change Its Shape >>
* Report: Google Might Just Build Its Own Self-Driving Car >>
* Google's Plan to Track Emotions Through Your Eyes >>
* NASA is looking at pulsed fusion propulsion >>
* How NASA Would Wrangle An Asteroid [Video] >>
* The drone that may never have to land >>
* Eric Davies review wormholes and faster than light travel and the near term possibility >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 August 2013
* Watch Somebody Pilot A Drone With Google Glass >>
* How to print wall-sized displays >>
* New research suggests women can make sperm, and men can make eggs >>
* Is Spiri the Programmable Quadrotor You've Always Wanted? >>
* Volvo Tests A Road That Can Charge Cars And Trucks >>
* 3-D Scan And Print Right From Your Browser >>
* ‘Sail Rover’ Could Explore Venus >>
* Implanted Device Controls Rheumatoid Arthritis >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 August 2013
* Your Phone Will Soon Spew 4K Video From Its USB Port >>
* LG Display claims a world's first with 2,560 x 1,440 LCD for smartphones >>
* Towards an exercise pill that boosts muscle and running endurance by 50% in mice >>
* First Atomic Level Simulation of a Whole Battery >>
* Gaia: The 'impossible space mission' ready to fly >>
* Field Trip for Glass may be the best example yet for contextual wearables >>
* Can an AI Get Into the University of Tokyo? >>
* How We'll Grow The Next Generation Of Buildings With Bacteria >>
* A Laser-Filled Room Lets You Indulge Your Entrapment Fantasies >>
* Lab-Made Egg and Sperm Precursors Raise Prospect for Infertility Treatment >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 August 2013
* Computer can read letters directly from the brain >>
* Tesla Takes The Lead On Dumping Door Mirrors For Video Cameras >>
* An In-Ear Brain Monitor Could Watch For Seizures Discreetly >>
* New rechargeable flow battery enables cheaper, large-scale energy storage >>
* Crazy New Electric Car Folds Itself In Half To Park >>
* Hunt for Intelligent Aliens Focuses on Faint Laser Flashes >>
* An autonomous quadcopter piloted by a smartphone >>
* 360 Gigapixel Panorama - Curiosity rover: Martian solar days 136-149 >>
* Cloud Service Architecture Will Power New Era Of Intelligent, Automated Applications >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 August 2013
* Researchers Release Tool That Can Scan Entire Internet In Under an Hour >>
* Lockheed Martin Developing Flying Robotic Car Carrier >>
* Laser Light May Signal Presence of an Alien Galactic Internet >>
* New System Propels Satellites Without Propellants >>
* Lockheed Martin building a car-transporting drone for DARPA >>
* What’s Lost When Everything Is Recorded >>
* Google patents 'pay-per-gaze' eye-tracking that could measure emotional response >>
* Russia plans for inflatable space station module and orbiting space based solar power >>
* Sensor-equipped construction helmet can detect carbon monoxide >>
* Incredible Technology: How to Bring Extinct Animals Back to Life >>
* Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch: Concept render, news and rumours >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 August 2013
* 3-D Printed Ear Detects Frequencies One Million Times Higher than Human Ear >>
* New GPS Receiver Offers Navigation Accurate To An Inch >>
* Your Google Glass Will Integrate With Your Next Mercedes–Benz >>
* Google Glass may change mobile payments >>
* Dishwasher-Sized Fuel Cells That Cost 90% Less Than Currently Available Fuel Cells >>
* MIT new 3D chainmailinterlock will revolutionize assembly of airplanes, spacecraft >>
* MIT 3D Interlock Variants and Closer to Utility Fog >>
* ‘universal smart window’ for instant control of lighting and heat >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 August 2013
* Watch This Tiny Robot Leap Over Walls [Video] >>
* Beyond 3D printing: The all-in-one factory >>
* Soon You'll Be Able To Buy Stuff With Your Facebook ID And Password >>
* Cell memory mechanism discovered >>
* Who needs a body? Experts investigating could we one day live as a BRAIN >>
* Elon Musk's Hyperloop hype ignores practical problems >>
* Here's Why You'll Be Hooked On Wearables By This Time Next Year >>
* Your Smartphone Can Now Be Your Eye Doctor >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 August 2013
* Spacex Grasshopper Divert >>
* Glowing green rabbits demonstrate effectiveness of genetic manipulation >>
* Google Now's voice query support gets ported to Google Search: ask you shall receive >>
* Scientists Achieve On-Demand Quantum Teleportation For The First Time >>
* “Spoofers” Use Fake GPS Signals to Knock a Yacht Off Course >>
* Spiri A Programmable Quadcopter Lets Developers Focus On Building Airborne Apps >>
* New 'Smart Windows' Let In Light But Keep Out The Heat >>
* 3D-Printed Ears Are Now a Reality in China >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 August 2013
* Battery-Free Wireless Devices Let You Send Texts After Your Phone Dies >>
* Watch Lab-Grown Heart Tissue Beat On Its Own [Video] >>
* Google received Patent so they can track everything; Google Eye Tracker.pdf >>
* Scientists Can Now 3D Print Transplantable, Living Kidneys >>
* Help Crowdfund This All-Seeing Doorbell To Become The Sauron Of Your House >>
* The Giant Hurdle For The Internet Of Things; Can smart devices work in harmony? >>
* Pizza Delivery From The Sky? Drone Distribution Networks Held Back By Regulators >>
* Revolutionary graphene sensor platform for realizing artificial pancreas receives grant >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 August 2013
* Elon Musk's Hyperloop >>
* Researchers Detect Intense Brain Activity In Rats After They're Dead >>
* Brain Implant Could Enhance Our Senses >>
* A dozen asteroids are 'easily retrievable' with current spacecraft, researchers >>
* Researchers Detect Intense Brain Activity In Rats After They're Dead >>
* First 3D Printed Battery >>
* Mobe-slurping Wi-Fi RUBBISH BINS >>
* 3D Printed Bionic Ears >>
* Smartphone Biosensor Demonstrated >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 August 2013
* The future is magnetic >>
* Here’s what connected cars will be doing by 2020 >>
* Self-healing solar cells mimic leaves >>
* Watch These Robotic Plant Roots Grow Like The Real Thing [Video] >>
* Ray Kurzweil, In 10 years we will talk to our computers >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 August 2013
* IBM Develops Programming Language Inspired By The Human Brain >>
* Mankind Making the Sun Explode >>
* Could humans one day live on EUROPA? Nasa experts believe so. >>
* Could Elon Musk's 'Hyperloop' Become the 5th Form of Transportation? >>
* Elon Musk has 'no plans' to actually build his Hyperloop design >>
* This Is What It Looks Like When Your Phone Tracks Your Every Move >>
* Robot treats brain clots with steerable needles >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 August 2013
* Laser method allows DNA to be inserted gently into living cells >>
* LIDAR system uses lasers to detect clear air turbulence before it hits >>
* Software upgrades to bionic eye enable color recognition, improve resolution, image focus, zooming >>
* Grinding 20-Ton Mirrors For The Giant Magellan Telescope >>
* Super Simple 3-D-Printed Robot Can Inspect Power Lines For Cheap >>
* Scientists To Make Deadlier Versions Of H7N9 Bird Flu In Lab >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 August 2013
* New microchip sorts white blood cells from whole blood >>
* Resistive RAM: Terabytes of Storage, 20 Times Faster Than NAND >>
* Al-Qaeda Can Turn Clothes into Explosives By Dipping Them in Liquid >>
* These Incredible New Buses Are Charged Wirelessly by the Road Itself >>
* SkySweeper Robot Makes Inspecting Power Lines Simple >>
* The molecule 'scanner': The world's smallest terahertz detector >>
* New Kickstarter Projects Aims To Make Google Glass The Ultimate Tour Guide >>
* Your 2015 Smartphone Could Have A Battery Charge Of Several Weeks >>
* Machine To Machine Connections - The Internet Of Things - And Energy >>
* This Phone Knows What You're Up To >>
* Contacts With A Built-In Zoom Could Give Us All Superpowers >>
* Machine To Machine Connections - The Internet Of Things - And Energy >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 August 2013
* First Lab-Grown Hamburger Is Served >>
* Emotion-Sniffing Is The Next Bizarre Trick Your Phone Is Learning >>
* 3D IR images now in full color >>
* Prototype Bluetooth headset tracks user movements >>
* Your phone's signal has a unique digital fingerprint >>
* Bad News, These Physicists Say That Teleportation is Unworkable >>
* The First Manned Mission to Jupiter's Moon Will Be Crowd-Researched >>
* Next step in facial imaging (w/ Video) >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 August 2013
* This Guy Invented A Flying Bicycle And It's Totally Real >>
* Kickstarter Project Raises $250,000 For A Gadget That Reads Your Brainwaves >>
* Smart Toilets Vulnerable to Hackers >>
* Simulating 1 second of real brain activity takes 40 minutes and 83K processors >>
* Technologies That Will Revolutionize Tomorrow's Hospitals >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 August 2013
* Google unveils 'self-driving' smartphone >>
* Smartphone cradle, app detect toxins >>
* This Absurd Laser Lighter Is 2000 Times More Powerful Than the Sun >>
* Human teleportation is far more impractical than we thought >>
* Belkin Gadget Will Reveal How Much Energy Your Devices Use >>
* In the Future: A Nasal Spray to Treat Alzheimer's? >>
* Boffins use lasers to detect radio waves >>
* CERN's 'LHC Future' to Probe Dark Energy and Supersymmetry >>
* Fat-Cell 'Switch' May Determine Whether Body Stores Energy or Burns It >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 August 2013
* Non-invasive brain to brain communication to allow a human to mentally control movement of a rats tail >>
* FIONA is your virtual personal assistant for your home >>
* Light lives for at least a billion billion years >>
* Woolly mammoth DNA may lead to a resurrection of the ancient beast >>
* Computer chips in your mouth will know what you're saying >>
* Robot baby learns how to express human emotions >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 July 2013
* First Open Source Airplane Could Cost Just $15,000 >>
* Japanese company Genepax presents car that runs on nothing but water. >>
* MicroLED display for next-generation Google Glass demo >>
* Photons May Emit Faster-Than-Light Particles, Physicists Suggest >>
* An Inflatable Emergency Airborne Communications Network >>
* Microsoft Invents Futuristic Notebook with Transparent Display, Projection System >>
* 5 Body Modifications That Can Give You A Sixth Sense >>
* 8 Things We Simply Don't Understand About the Human Brain >>
* These guys want you to crowdfund their space railroad >>
* First test flight of 3D-printed surveillance drone >>
* This Voice-Activated Organizing Robot Makes Sure You'll Never Lose A Screw >>
* DARPA to Genetically Engineer Humans by Adding a 47th Chromosome >>
* Augmented Reality: Sonar mapping for mobiles >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 July 2013
* Atlas Virtual Reality Turns Any Room Into A Holodeck You Can Run Around In >>
* Researchers turn standard microscope into billion-pixel imaging beast >>
* This futuristic-looking mass transit system is really happening >>
* Vaavud Smartphone Wind Meter Now Available, Use Your Phone To Measure Windspeed >>
* Supertoy Teddy – WiFi enabled Stuffed Bear With Conversation Skills >>
* Veebot, the Robotic Phlebotomist That Makes Drawing Blood Faster (VIDEO) >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 July 2013
* This Robot Can Draw Your Blood >>
* Towards a Blended Reality: Interview with augmented reality pioneer Thad Sterner >>
* MIT creates the first perfect mirror >>
* How We're All Going To Be Using Wearable Technology >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 July 2013
* Wi-Fi-Enabled Tooth Sensor Rats You Out When You Smoke Or Overeat >>
* Pain of artificial legs could be eased by real-time monitoring >>
* 'Motion sensor' for autism diagnosis and therapy >>
* NASA Flooded with Asteroid Exploration Ideas >>
* 12K gaming rig renders 1.5 billion pixels per second for just $17,000 (video) >>
* Life-Size Holograms For Your Living Room Are On the Horizon >>
* Google Wants to Put a Universal Translator in Every Android Phone >>
* Flexible sensor sheet is so light you can’t tell you’re wearing it >>
* The Future of Medicine Open Source & Beyond - Daniel Kraft at TEDxISU >>
* The Operating Room of the Future - InSightec >>
* Google has prototypes for 'real-time' translation device, 'near perfect' >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 July 2013
* A Device That Actually Confirms Whether You're Burning Fat >>
* Sensor knows when you're lying through your teeth >>
* Watch The First Fully 3-D Printed Rifle Break On Camera >>
* This NFC-Enabled Ring Stores Your Personal Data On Your Fingertips >>
* Researchers Look to Tattoos to Monitor Your Sweat >>
* New Surveillance Blimp Stays Aloft For 30 Days Straight >>
* Is faster-than-light travel possible? >>
* Here’s What The Future Of Google Glass Might Look Like >>
* Watch A Real-Life Drone Get Piloted Through The Oculus Rift >>
* Monitor your heart rate simply by wearing a shirt with these wearable electrodes >>
* Interior Mapping Camera Will Make a 3-D Model of Your Home >>
* Canary: 'intelligent' home security system that recognises you and your pets >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 July 2013
* Physicists Detect Radio Waves With Light >>
* A Space Laser Designed To Vaporize Dangerous Asteroids >>
* The First Affordable Home Security System That Can Think For Itself >>
* Ultrasound applied to brain found to elevate mood >>
* Stem Cells Reprogrammed Using Chemicals Alone >>
* How To Stop 3D Printing's Race To The Bottom >>
* Stem Cell Eye Cells Tested in Mice >>
* Belkin launches smartphone-controlled WeMo light switch for $49.99, details Android support >>
* Disney's New Algorithm Turns Any Photo Into a 3D Wonderland >>
* 3D printing gives man a new face and a new life >>
* An Elevator to the Moon in Eight Years? >>
* The doctor will sense you now >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 July 2013
* SIM Cards Have Finally Been Hacked, Flaw Could Affect Millions Of Phones >>
* Sony patent proposes camera button to send vital-signs info >>
* World's first trip to Moon's south pole planned for 2016 >>
* 'Smart' street-lamps light up only when people are around >>
* Disney Research's AIREAL creates haptic feedback out of thin air >>
* A faster Internet via machine learning >>
* Scientists Discover Quadruple Helix: Four Strand DNA In Human Cells >>
* NASA funds suspended animation and other far-out space tech ideas >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 July 2013
* Pay For Your Next Meal With Your Face >>
* Machine Squeezes Drinking Water From Your Sweaty T-Shirt >>
* Harvard Creates Cyborg Flesh That’s Half Man, Half Machine >>
* 'Impossible’ material made by Uppsala University researchers >>
* Desktop printing at the nano level >>
* Private Company To Put A Telescope On The Moon >>
* A Revolutionary All-Seeing Camera Lens That Puts the Lytro To Shame >>
* KAIRO Can Rescue You, Remote Control Humans, and Roboboat 2013 >>
* Has Sony developed an interchangeable lens for smartphones? >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 July 2013
* Numecent will change how you get applications from the cloud >>
* Microsoft's Vision Of The House Of The Future >>
* Scientists May Have Found a Genomic Off Switch for Down Syndrome >>
* Microsoft Research turns Kinect into canny sign language reader (video) >>
* Smartphone app will say if you're drunk >>
* 'Invisibility wetsuit' to protect from shark attacks >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 July 2013
* Inside the Mesmerising Robotic Factory Where Teslas Are Born >>
* Hatsune Miku AR Stage >>
* World's first all stainless steel robot with seven degrees of freedom >>
* Microsoft Has an Operating System for Your House >>
* What You Need to Know About Getting Magnetic Finger Implants >>
* Intel's multimillion baby Omek is acquired for motion sensing >>
* 'Intelligent' surgical knife can sniff out cancer tissue >>
* Bill Gates: Software Assistants Could Help Solve Global Problems >>
* This Robot Arm Is Den Mother To 30,000 Lab Mice >>
* ASIMO Gets a Job at a Museum in Japan [Video] >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 July 2013
* Scientists Charge A Mobile Phone With Urine >>
* Watch this robot perform a perfect quadruple backflip >>
* Foraging for thought – new insights into our working memory >>
* How Smart Dust Could Spy On Your Brain >>
* The Age of Context Featuring Robert Scoble >>
* Intel paves the way for on-chip gesture recognition with Omek buy >>
* Graphene could deliver Internet 100 times faster >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 July 2013
* FIDO Would Enable Dog-To-Human Communication >>
* Interplanetary Laser Could Send Messages To Mars Or Jupiter >>
* Distorted GPS signals reveal hurricane wind speeds >>
* Volcanic 'scream' precedes eruption >>
* Your eyes offer a peek into your brain's health >>
* Flexible, Advanced Sensor Could Lead to Ultra-Sensitive Artificial Skin >>
* Computer as smart as a 4-year-old? Researchers IQ test new AI system >>
* How The Internet Of Things Will Think >>
* Bill Gates says that AI is 5x longer away than Kurzweil predicts >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 July 2013
* What Species Did You Evolve From? >>
* New products: Hone keeps track of your keys through app >>
* Health Scanner Scanadu Scout Breaks Indiegogo's Crowdfunding Record >>
* Smartphones May Help Reduce Traffic In the Near Future >>
* Putting A Fitbit on My Cat >>
* Mice with human chromosomes - the genetic breakthrough that could revolutionise medicine >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 July 2013
* An Ingenious Paper Map Zooms In Just Like Google >>
* Wearable Fitness Devices Let Others Monitor your Sex Life >>
* Apparently, Wearable Fitness Devices Can Reveal If She’s Faking Orgasm >>
* Lab-on-a-chip technology gets a flexible upgrade >>
* Simulating The Deceased >>
* Introducing ATLAS, DARPA’s most advanced robot >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 July 2013
* DARPA unveils 6-foot-tall humanoid robot Atlas for researchers >>
* Nanoparticle Device Kills Germs With Sunlight >>
* 100-megapixel camera developed >>
* When GPS fails, this speck of an electronic device could step in >>
* Creating the inner ear from stem cells >>
* Human-powered helicopter hovers accurately for 60 seconds, beats challenge >>
* Human Motion Will Power the Internet of Things, Say Engineers >>
* Honda Developing Disaster Response Robot Based on ASIMO >>
* ASIMO Gets a Taste of Human Nature; Media Forgets Journalism >>
* Free energy harvesting from TV signals, to power a ubiquitous internet of things >>
* Helicopter takes to the skies with the power of thought >>
* Next in Wearable Computing: A Device for Dogs >>
* I Tried Turning My Off-The-Shelf Drone Into A Weapon >>
* Researchers regenerate retina in mice using neuronal reprogramming >>
* The story behind the 3-D-printed splint that saved an infant’s life >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 July 2013
* Tiny Sticker-Like Sensors Will Let You Gauge Anything, Anywhere >>
* Researchers perform DNA computation in living cells >>
* What new billion dollar markets are currently being created, emerge in next 5 years? >>
* Latest, Greatest Drone Gimmick: Delivering Dry Cleaning >>
* Humans could have flexible skeletons, tentacles,even colour-changing skin as we evolve >>
* Smarter Connected Cars That Send Data When The Engine's Off >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 July 2013
* NASA Alters 1st Orion/SLS Flight Bold Upgrade to Deep Space Asteroid Planned >>
* Drone monitors fields to spot weeds >>
* Biggest digital camera will scan two billion galaxies, 40% of sky >>
* 5D optical memory in glass could record the last evidence of civilization >>
* Kickstarter Project to Send Thousands of Personal Spacecraft to the Moon >>
* Quantum version of Nazi Enigma machine is uncrackable >>
* Humans will only tolerate robots as helpful SLAVES >>
* Rate of ageing may be determined in womb and linked to birth weight: Study >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 July 2013
* Garmin's $130 smartphone HUD limits distractions with line-of-sight directions >>
* Disruptions: How Driverless Cars Could Reshape Cities >>
* Predicting earthquakes and saving lives - with smartphones >>
* A Magical Window That Blocks Noise But Lets Breezes Pass Through >>
* Solar Headphones Want To Charge Your Phone While You Listen To Music >>
* Smell Camera Snapshots Scents For the Future >>
* 'Smelly urine' bladder cancer test >>
* These Earbuds Ping Your Head to Measure Swelling on Your Brain >>
* Once a Joke, Battery-Powered Airplanes Are Nearing Reality >>
* Autonomous Intersection Management: Traffic Control for the Future >>
* Researchers identify 'switch' for long-term memory >>
* New algorithm finds best routes for one-way car sharing >>
* Honda's ASIMO Gets New Job at Museum >>
* Talking Robot in Space for First Time >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 July 2013
* SpaceX shows off new nav gear with latest Grasshopper rocket launch-and-landing >>
* Anki will bring artificial intelligence and robotics into people's everyday lives >>
* Pi-Rex - Bark Activated Door Opener with Raspberry Pi >>
* DARPA shifting to short tactical range hypersonic cruise missile and unpowered boost-glide weapon>>
* Synthetic Biologists have for the first time synthesized eColi ribosomes >>
* A humanoid robot that sees, knows where it is, and walks like a human? Finally. Now get me a beer. >>
* Wi-Fi-hopping brings phone signal to remote villages >>
* What We Can Expect From The Next Decade Of Technology >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 July 2013
* Technology transfers adverts from train windows directly, silently into commuters heads >>
* How Health Trackers Could Reduce Sexual Infidelity >>
* Future of Construction Process: 3D Concrete Printing >>
* Foldable washing machine can be carried around >>
* UK group to search for alien signals >>
* Your Next Smartphone Screen Will Be Able To Disinfect Itself >>
* Google Glass Updates: A New App Store, Media Player And Lock Screen >>
* 3D printable Drone It Yourself kit turns mundane objects into flying machines (video) >>
* Aviate Reveals A Smartphone Interface That Adapts To You & Your Surroundings >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 July 2013
* Football generates enough electricity during 30-minute game to power light for 3 hrs >>
* Plasma thruster could propel small satellites into deep space for cheap >>
* Microscopic Tuning Forks Could Make Difference Between Life/Death in Hospital >>
* MIT Project Lets You 'Spy' On Your Own Email Metadata, Just Like the NSA >>
* Using a Smartphone’s Eyes and Ears to Log Your Every Move >>
* The Next Big Thing for Exploring the Distant Universe: Balloons >>
* Laser Blood Scan Could Help Identify Malaria and Other Diseases >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 July 2013
* A chimp-pig hybrid origin for humans? >>
* Lab-grown human cells used to recreate liver functions, hope to replace the organ donor >>
* Honda's robot museum guide not yet a people person >>
* Internet Reactions to Technical Hurdles overcome for Head Transplants >>
* Molecular switch that kick starts formation of arteries identified >>
* Scientists create 'human liver' from stem cells >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 July 2013
* Internet-enabled pillow >>
* Google Glass Owners Control Their Teslas Like Futuristic Robo-Wizards >>
* 202 Story Sky City to start in September and finish in December >>
* Seven software teams ace DARPA’s Virtual Robotics Challenge >>
* Robot ape to colonize the Moon? >>
* Smart hotel room will let you check in, control temperature, order meals frm mobile >>
* Smartphone-Controlled Autonomous Car Is Just a Toy — For Now >>
* Chatting with your Computer: How the iPhone's Siri Compares with IBM'S Watson >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 July 2013
* Google Glass update adds web browsing, widens voice commands >>
* Forget Glass—3-D Augmented Reality Is Coming >>
* Researchers project the future of smart phones >>
* Let An Avatar Teach You How To Lose Weight >>
* A Lame Duck Is Walking Again Thanks to a 3D Printed Foot >>
* 3-D Printed Drones Could Fight Drug Trafficking At Sea >>
* The internet of you: How wireless medical implants will change medicine >>
* Dress that moves when you look at it: Hi-tech glow-in-the-dark outfit >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 July 2013
* Skylon spaceplane full prototype engine gets funding >>
* Tomorrow’s Surveillance: Everyone, Everywhere, All The Time >>
* What Can We Expect From The Next Decade of Technology? >>
* PIP Biosensor Measures Stress and Gamifies the Art of Conscious Relaxation >>
* 'First bionic eye' retinal chip for blind >>
* PRISM slides: 100,000 'active surveillance targets, explicit mention real-time monitoring >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 June 2013
* World’s First GM Babies Born >>
* Wi-Vi Cheap Handheld Device Lets You See Through Walls (video) Now >> >>
* Scientists use plastic wrap to make a wall "sonically invisible" >>
* Scientists Built a Mini Laser Gun That Generates Anti-Matter >>
^ Monkey robots may soon be sent to explore the MOON >>
* Low-voltage ‘troll’ zaps salt out of seawater >>
* ‘Three-parent IVF’ Could First Arrive In The UK >>
* First robot fish with autonomous 3D movement >>
* Microscopy technique could help develop 3D chips >>
* GPS-Controlled Headlights Turn Before You Do >>
* Rodney Brooks: Why we will rely on robots >>
^ How NASA might build its very first warp drive >>
^ Would it be evil to build a functional brain inside a computer? >>
* Meet the Man Who Wants to Drone-Proof Your Home >>
Futureseek DailyLink Review; 28 June 2013
* Could Superman Punch Someone Into Space? >>
* How To Intelligently Build An Internet Of Things (IoT) >>
* A Data Repository For Artificial Body Parts >>
* New fiber: 1.6 terabits per second New fiber optic technology >>
* Microsoft Sees Its Next Big Thing In The Internet Of Things >>
* Mouse cloned from drop of blood >>
* Body-heat powered flashlight takes teen to Google Science Fair >>
* Asteroids Galore! 10,000th Near-Earth Object Discovered >>
* Intel: Intelligent Everything; >>
* Proposed 'deflector shield' could protect astronauts from radiation >>
* Type 1 diabetes vaccine hailed as 'significant step' >>
* Meet 15 Finalists 2013 Google Science Fair >>
Futureseek DailyLink Review; 27 June 2013
* Ambulances Highjack Car Radios To Let Drivers Know They're Coming >>
* A Pint-Sized Dialysis Machine Gets Its First Taste of Human Blood >>
* Robot-Astronaut that can Communicate with Humans Readies for Space >>
* Windows 8.1 Is Getting Native 3D Printer Support >>
* NASA: 1,000 Near-Earth Objects Larger than One Kilometer Sighted >>
* Device gets breast tumor first time around >>
* No More Chemo: The Revolution in Cancer Treatment >>
* Store Your Housekey In the Cloud And Cut Copies On Demand >>
* Coming Soon: Free Streaming Video Of Our Planet, From Space >>
* Scientists Decode DNA Of 700,000-Year-Old Horse >>
* Folding Bikes >>
* Intel's Futurist: Inside Tech's Crystal Ball >>
* University Of Nevada Students Could Soon Earn Degrees In Drone Studies >>
* Why "Networked Matter" Is One Futurist Concept You Need to Know >>
* Now Police Are Shooting Down Drones >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 June 2013
* Brainwaves Reveal Your Past and Might Predict Your Future >>
* Intel's working on DIY programmable home automation, we go eyes-on with its proof-of-concept (video) >>
* World's first LTE-Advanced network brings 100Mbps downloads >>
* Robotic ape uses complex feet to move on all fours >>
* NASA launches new telescope to solve sun heat mystery >>
* Ultimate chill: The epic race to reach absolute zero >>
* How To Hack A Cockroach So You Can Control It With Kinect >>
* Network transparency: How future mobile networks could be built in glass windows >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 June 2013
* Talking cars accelerate to launch >>
* Smartphone app that could replace your credit card: Banks claim new service will protect consumers from fraud >>
* Evidence that our universe may have collided with another universe >>
* Lensless Camera Takes Multiple-View Pictures >>
* Sharp combines gestures, proximity, and illuminance detection on a single sensor >>
* The Bank Where Doctors Can Stash Your Genome >>
* Research Offers Promise of Devices That Can Detect Disease With a Drop of Blood >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 June 2013
* Volvo demos smartphone-enabled self-parking car prototype (vid) >>
* Microsoft Prepares Air-Gesturing Detection for Smart Devices >>
* Your Brain Sees Even When You Don't >>
* Human organs 'could be grown in animals within a year' >>
* Need An Artificially Intelligent Robotic System For Sorting Trash? >>
* A New Equation Reveals Our Exact Odds of Finding Alien Life >>
* Google internally testing "Google Mine" service that indexs all your crap >>
* Mobile OSs Are Feature Complete >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 June 2013
* World's First 3-D Printed Battery Is The Size Of A Grain Of Sand >>
* Robots Hallucinate Humans to Aid in Object Recognition >>
* Learn to shake your new tail as a virtual animal >>
* Single-atom light switch could probe quantum frontier >>
* Overlapping beams will enable 1000 terabyte DVDs >>
* The Brain: Now in Ultra High-Res 3D >>
* Wormhole entanglement solves black hole paradox >>
* “BigBrain” Project Makes Terabyte Map of a Human Brain >>
* Why 3D-Printed Houses Matter >>
* Volvo's Awesome New Autonomous Self-Parking Car Is Pure Magic >>
* First Gigahertz Graphene Circuit >>
* Dwave 2048 qubit chip in 2014 for running Google image classifier >>
* Robots Ride To The Rescue In DARPA's Virtual Robotics Challenge >>
* Multigigabit per second wireless broadband by 2020 with beam forming 5G technology from multiple antennas >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 June 2013
* Artificial pancreas tells your tablet when you need insulin >>
* For the first time, scientists can identify your emotions based on brain activity >>
* New wireless, solar-powered 'bionic eye' gives sight to blind rats >>
* Systems That Perceive, Think, and Act >>
* World-class neurosurgeon: “i'm ready to perform first head transplant on a man.” >>
* Sound waves precisely position nanowires >>
* What If The NSA Tracked Your Emotions? >>
* Now, a TV that can be rolled up >>
* Billion-Pixel View of Mount Sharp --Mars' Curiosity Rover Destination >>
* Morpheus Aborts, Then Recovers For a Second Go In Tether Test >>
* 3-D Printer Passes Key Step On Road to Space Station >>
* Artificial Neural Networks Predict Brain Cancer Prognosis >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 June 2013
* The Most Amazing Map You’ll See Today (No Matter What Day It Is) >>
* Researchers Can Now "Hear" The Exact Shape Of A Room >>
* A microphone that listens with light: hyper-acute hearing and a sense of direction >>
* Finding all asteroid threats: NASA announces asteroid grand challenge >>
* Science Has Built Luke Skywalker's Robotic Hand, Touch and All >>
* World's First Supersonic Drone Ready For Its Maiden Flight >>
* Eye-Tracking Software May Reveal Autism and other Brain Disorders >>
* Disposable Drones Will Collect Data by Surfing Along with Hurricanes >>
* Privacy visor glasses jam facial recognition systems to protect your privacy >>
* First message sent to Gliese 526, 17.6 light years away >>
* Dynamic target tracking camera system keeps its eye on the ball >>
* Effects of Alzheimer's disease can be partially reversed in mice >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 June 2013
* Echolocation For Your Cell Phone >>
* OECD anticipated technologies for the new few decades >>
* Wearable Computer-Socks Guaranteed To Be The Smelliest Computers You Own >>
* Scientists uncover clues to cancer's spread >>
* Google Launches Balloon-Based Internet In New Zealand >>
* Your Cellphone Could Be a Sonar Device >>
* Supercomputers 55 petaflops now, 100+ petaflops in 2014, exaflops in 2016-2018 >>
* What are the Most “Frightening” and Exciting Technologies of the Future? >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 June 2013
* Surveillance Technology Is Advancing Faster Than We Can Responsibly Use It >>
* Revolutionary Robots and The New Machine Age >>
* Wi-Fi Light Bulbs Shipping Soon >>
* NVIDIA demos GRID streaming on OUYA, proves little boxes play big games (video) >>
* Google Launches Audacious, Disruptive, Internet In The Sky >>
* NASA’s Sci-Fi Vision: Robots Could Help Humanity Mine Asteroids >>
* Forget Smartphones, Samsung Wants To Dominate Your Whole House >>
* Photonic neuron may compute a billion times faster than brain circuits >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 June 2013
* Supreme Court rules that naturally occurring DNA cannot be patented >>
* TRAQ quadricopter locates and traces down the source of radio signals (video) >>
* Gorilla Glass for cars, Antimicrobial glass for smartphones, flexible gadgets >>
* Jason Silva Discusses the Singularity in His New Web Series ‘Shots of Awe’ >>
* Prefab houses that are glued, not nailed, together >>
* Amazon Creates A 3D Printing Store, Vaulting The Technology Into The Mainstream >>
* Store your personality in a robot >>
* Heartbeat used to generate out-of-body experience >>
* Electrical Stimulation of the Brain Makes You Perceive Faces as More Attractive >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 June 2013
* Japan tests 4K TV over the internet >>
* Data highway for quantum information >>
* No more furry peaches: fruit bowl warns you BEFORE your food goes mouldy >>
* Your Smartphone in 2018: 15 Futuristic Features >>
* AllJoyn Will Let Users Control Devices With Their Own Personal Clouds >>
* Microsoft’s robot touch screen lets you palpate a brain >>
* breakthroughs mean on cusp of Big Graphene Solar Sails for crude interstellar missions >>
* Self-Charging Cell Phone Screens Coming Soon >>
* In Japan, Cyclists Can Now Store Bikes In Underground Robot Cavern >>
* Magnetoshell concept proven for braking of spaceships to greatly reduce mission costs >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 June 2013
* New Project Will Send Your Messages to Aliens in Deep Space >>
* AMD Leaps Ahead Of Intel With World's First 5.0GHz Processor >>
* British Police Department Adopts Night Vision Body Cameras >>
* Quantum machine learning singularity from Google, Kurzweil and D-Wave? >>
* Groceries Could Be Amazon's Next Killer App — If It Can Solve the Math >>
* Andrew McAfee: What will future jobs look like? >>
* This Gigantic 5 MW Battery Can Power a Village >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 June 2013
* The Avatar Will See You Now >>
* Dwarf Galaxy Found with Only 1,000 Stars Bound by Dark Matter >>
* China Reveals First Space-Based Quantum Communications Experiment >>
* Embryos created for sale; Are made-to-order embryos the next IVF frontier? >>
* This Room-Monitoring Smart Door Lets Fresh Air In To Keep You Awake >>
* How does internet surveillance program PRISM work? >>
* Can brain scans explain crime? >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 June 2013
* NASA Developing Mining Robot for Moon, Mars >>
* New Wi-Fi enabled windows change transparency at the click of button >>
* Cellular based precise nutrition production could feed the world using a land area smaller than New York City >>
* With Waze, Google has all the pieces to win the next cycle. >>
* Sensors in Beehives May Warn of Disease >>
* A Pacemaker for Your Digestive System >>
* Heat-Seeking, Alien-Hunting Telescope Could Be Ready in 5 Years >>
* You’ll Be Able to Buy a 3D Printer at Staples by the End of June >>
* Inside PRISM: Why the Government Hates Encryption >>
* This Trash-Sorting Robot Could Revolutionize Recycling >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 June 2013
* SentiMetrix Uses Artificial Intelligence to Detect PTSD >>
* Firefighting robot creates 3D thermal imaging picture for rescuers >>
* How brain circuits can become miswired during development >>
* A Password So Secret, You Don’t Consciously Know It >>
* Penny-Sized Vacuum System Could Help Detect Chemical Weapons >>
* We're Making Less Effective Drugs Now Than 40 Years Ago >>
* This Mind-Controlled 3-D Printer Generates Creatures From Your Kid’s Brainwaves >>
* Hair sensor uncovers hidden signals >>
* Softwatre Algorithm Predicts BMI from Mug Shots >>
* Researchers, Using Light to Activate Neurons, Make Mice Obsessive-Compulsive, or Not >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 June 2013
* Remembering objects let computers learn like a child >>
* Internet Everywhere Will Keep The Satellite Industry Flying >>
* “Temporal cloak” used to hide data transmitted at 12.7 Gbps >>
* Underwater sensor successfully tested >>
* Robotic tractor to deliver precision planting >>
* Thalmic Labs Raises $14.5M To Make The MYO Armband >>
* A Single Atom Qubit For Quantum Computing >>
* Machine Learning and Risk Prediction in the ICU >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 June 2013
* WiSee - Whole-Home Gesture recognition Using WiFi Signals (video) >>
* Steered by thoughts, drone flies through hoops >>
* Haptic feedback suit lets you feel every impact while gaming >>
* Donated Spy Satellite Would Suit NASA Dark Energy Mission, Report Finds >>
* Floating at 311mph: Japanese 'Maglev' bullet train undergoes first successful test run >>
* Dreambox: World's First 3D Printing Vending Machine >>
* Is Eye Tracking Coming to Google Glass? >>
* Wi-Fi signals enable gesture recognition throughout entire home >>
* Mind-controlled exoskeleton lets paralysed people walk >>
* Fitbit: can a 'Human API' liberate your health data from corporate overlords? >>
* Return of the Hydrogen Car? >>
* First 100 Gbps transatlantic link for researchers begins testing >>
* Interplanetary GPS Comes a Step Closer >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 June 2013
* This Domino's Drone Strike Is Pizza Delivery's Dystopian Future >>
* Finally, a successor to the Concorde takes shape >>
* Could we find alien civilizations using infrared light? >>
* China Tianhe-2 Supercomputer will have over 55 petaflops this month >>
* Rewiring nerves makes new interface allowing prosthetic control with existing muscles >>
* Space-based clouds of atoms: Future gravitational wave detector >>
* Bell Labs Invents Lensless Camera >>
* One Day You'll Be Able To Touch Everything On TV (Yes, Everything) >>
* LRO Makes a Map of the Moon’s Water >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1-3 June 2013
* Google Reveals their Method for Unlocking the 'Glass' Display >>
* A step closer to artificial livers >>
* 'Eyeborg' Allows Man to Hear Color >>
* Chef in a Box >>
* Creating Recipes with Artificial Intelligence >>
* Personal clouds let you take control of your own data >>
* 8K Ultra HD compact camera and H.265 encoder developed by NHK with UHD trial broadcasts slated for 2016 >>
* Attosecond clock accuracy that is one thousand times better than atomic clocks >>
* Oculus Rift Is Breathing New Life Into the Dream of Virtual Reality >>
* Are DRONES the future of delivery? US firm plans vast network to deliver everything from drugs to post >>
* Google won't approve any Google Glass apps that use facial recognition software. >>
* Tomorrow's cameras will see in the dark >>
* New Camera Sensor Eliminates Need for Flash >>
* Complex Algorithm Auto-Writes Books, Could Transform Science >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 May 2014
* Why We Can’t Send Humans to Mars Yet (And How We’ll Fix That) >>
* Atom by atom, bond by bond: A chemical reaction caught in the act >>
* Women will ‘evolve out’ of menopause >>
* This Machine Could Help Robots Stick The Landing On Other Worlds >>
* Smart map tracks people through camera networks >>
* Elon Musk at D11 talks about the feasibility of Spacex reusable rockets, Hyperloop >>
* Teaching a robot to anticipate human actions >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 May 2014
* This Tiny Telescope Will Be The First Moon-Mounted Webcam >>
* DARPA's Using Smartphone Guts to Build Cheaper, Smarter Drones Faster >>
* This Bacterium-Sized Bunny Could Be The Future Of Bionic Brains >>
* Could IBM Be The Next Google? >>
* Bio-patch Measures Heart, Muscle, and Brain’s Electric Signals >>
* Scientists Recover Wooly Mammoth Blood >>
* Scientists Refine Warp-Drive Concept Using Space-Time Distortion >>
* Planetary Resources Space Telescope for the People by 2015 is at 10% of fund raising goal after 5 hours >>
* One million tiny base stations could provide cellphone connectivity for one billion people >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 May 2014
* The Stunning Fall Of Generation X [CHARTS] >>
* YouTube Lets You Create Slow-Motion Videos Now >>
* Researchers Regenerate 400-Year-Old Frozen Plants >>
* Researchers build model of human colon and feed it to learn how disease spreads >>
* Drones Close In On Farms, The Next Step In Precision Agriculture >>
* How Machine Learning and Big Data Are Changing the Face of Biological Sciences >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 May 2014
* Scientists receive Google grant to develop personalized data search system >>
* Real-life Iron Man suit: 'Space diving' system could let daredevils jump from orbit >>
* Computers See Faces in the Clouds, Just Like You >>
* Meet A Pet Drone That Follows You Like A Lost Puppy [Video] >>
* Light-beam 'twins' take data farther >>
* NASA could join private customers for a permanant inflatable moonbase in the 2020s >>
* Researchers turn cement into metal >>
* How Drones With Facial Recognition Technology Will End Anonymity, Everywhere >>
* Disruptions: Privacy Challenges of Wearable Computing >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 May 2014
* Scoble interview with Dekko, Augmented Reality for today's computed visuals >>
* The Future Of Technology Isn’t Mobile, It’s Contextual >>
* Tracking: Drones At Home >>
* Hunting for Alien Megastructures >>
* New wireless electronics could heal wounds and then dissolve >>
* The future of travel: How driverless cars could change everything >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 May 2014
* Doctors use 3D bioprinter to create a splint for baby's blocked throat >>
* Scientists Found the Itch Molecule—and They Know How to Turn it Off >>
* Air-Powered Force Feedback Could Make Kinect Even More Immersive >>
* U.S. Army Creates Shoebox-Size Universal Battery Charger >>
* A new tumor-killer >>
* How to print out your own house >>
* Sherpa's Personal Assistant App Is Coming To Glass, Other Android Wearables >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 May 2014
* Star Trek's Tricorder Becomes Reality With Scanadu's Scout >>
* Google Chrome Can Now Talk Back to You >>
* Physicists Create Quantum Link Between Photons That Don't Exist at the Same Time >>
* Physical bump-mapping lets us 3D print photographs >>
* Google X Acquires Makani Power And Its Airborne Wind Turbines >>
* Microsoft’s Home 2.0 Will Connect Xbox One To The Internet Of Things >>
* Teen develops algorithm to diagnose leukaemia >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 May 2014
* IBM's Watson Is Bringing "Cognitive Computing" to Customer Service >>
* Matternet Building Quadcopter Drone Network To Transport Supplies >>
* Chilean Thinker Thing created first ever 3D object with the mind >>
* This Printer Spits Out 10 Meters of Solar Panel Every Minute >>
* Beyond Second Life: more realistic avatars >>
* There's An Audacious Plan To End Hunger With 3-D Printed Food >>
* Xbox One will always be listening to you, in your own home >>
* Cold Fusion Machine Gets Third-Party Verification, Inventor Says >>
* A Quadcopter's-Eye View Of The Costa Concordia Shipwreck >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 May 2014
* Another Big Milestone For The X-47B: Its First Touch And Go Landing >>
* Judges Debate Patents and If New Software Makes a Computer a "New Machine" >>
* Hovering "Home Drone" Puts Burglars on Display >>
* Steve Jurvetson indicates that Machine learning innervates everything Google does >>
* New Laser Vision Helps Telescope Probe Distant Star Cluster >>
* Non-wetting fabric drains sweat >>
* Scientists create smallest droplet of liquid ever, may help explain how Universe formed >>
* Robotic Insect Eyes Destined for Next-Gen Micro Drones >>
* Self-driving car technology that would only add $4000 to price of a car >>
* Samsung's New 13-Inch Display Has a Crazy 3,200 x 1,800 Pixel Resolution >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 May 2014
* Printable A3-sized solar cells hit a new milestone in green energy >>
* 40GB per second Wi-Fi Network Breaks Speed Record >>
* The super-MRI used in the Human Connectome Project >>
* Say Hello to the 100 Trillion Bacteria That Make Up Your Microbiome >>
* Robohand Provides 3D-Printed Prosthetic Hands and Fingers >>
* Teenager takes Google's self-driving car and makes it $71,000 cheaper >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 May 2014
* GPS solution provides 3-minute tsunami alerts >>
* Stealth drone boat set to hunt for pirates and go undercover around the world >>
* Meta 1 marries 3D glasses and motion sensor for gesture-controlled AR >>
* Is This Virtual Worm the First Sign of the Singularity? >>
* Present Shock- explained in 15 minutes >>
* In Tomorrow's Wars, Battles Will Be Fought With a 3-D Printer >>
* Wireless Power for Tiny Medical Devices >>
* NAO Writer — NAO robot writes any word >>
* AI gets involved with the law >>
* Robotic Bartender Assembles Your Drink, Monitors Alcohol Consumption >>
* Smartphone Tracker Gives Doctors Remote Viewing Powers >>
* Siri, You Can Drive My Car >>
* DARPA’s Robotic Hand Can Unlock and Open Your Door >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 May 2014
* Google buys Dwave Quantum Computer, creates Machine Learning Center with NASA >>
* Pain ray: The US military's new agony beam weapon >>
* New memories filmed in action for first time >>
* Google Bets $10.7 Million On Drone Intelligence >>
* Brain makes call on which ear is used for cell phone >>
* Quantum Machine Learning Singularity from Google, Kurzweil and Dwave ? >>
* Google's Three-Hour I/O Keynote video: >>
* 400 PPM: Can Artificial Trees Help Pull CO2 from the Air? >>
* A $1 Display That Lets You See With Your Tongue >>
* Artificial forest solar water-splitting: First fully integrated artificial photosynthesis nanosystem >>
* Measure your pulse in real-time with Fujitsu's facial imaging technology >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 May 2014
* Human Stem Cell Has Been Cloned For the First Time >>
* NASA's Planet-Hunting Telescope in Critical Condition After Hardware Failure >>
* Untouched For The Last Billion Years, Water In Canadian Mine Holds Ingredients For Life >>
* First look: Google+ shifts the focus to better photos and big data >>
* Google I/O Keynote Reveals Google’s Master Plan >>
* NEC unveils a water-cooled Android smartphone >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 May 2014
* Sensors Listen to Earth’s Murmurs and Translate Into Data >>
* How Plant a Garden on Mars — With a Robot >>
* Entrepreneur Creates 3D-Printed Google Glass >>
* Mashable Launches Google Glass Viral Prediction App >>
* Oxygen-sensing ‘microrobots’ >>
* The Navy's X-47B Drone Has Taken Off From a Carrier For the First Time >>
* Why Renting Cars Could Soon Be Easier Than Hailing a Taxi >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 May 2014
* Facial Recognition Comes to Google Glass >>
* Send a scent with your message with the Scentee smartphone addon >>
* Drone follows you: automatically follows its owner takes pictures, video >>
* Take a Look Inside the First Steer-by-Wire Car >>
* MedRef for Glass uses facial recognition to identify patients, keeps health records >>
* New Kind of LED Could Mean Better Google-Glass-Like Displays >>
* The Algorithm That Automatically Detects Polyps in Images from Camera Pills >>
* Injecting Tiny Robots Into Your Eyes Could Keep You From Going Blind >>
* Your Brain Catches Grammar Errors Even When You Don't Realize It >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 May 2014
* Age of context: Robert Scoble explains how technology helps us make sense of world [Vid] >>
* Google Babel To Be Unveiled At Google I/O Conference, Change Name To ‘Hangouts’ >>
* Engineering the $325,000 In-Vitro Burger >>
* Injured Man Is First Person Saved By a Police Drone In Canada >>
* Can bonding with your virtual self alter your perceptions? >>
* An Emotionally Intelligent GPS System >>
* The Future of Orgasm? >>
* A pacemaker that can SMS the doctor if you miss a beat >>
* Book: The Human Race to the Future: What Could Happen - and What to Do >>
* Passenger jet flies 800 kilometres without a pilot >>
* The Science of the Next 150 Years >>
* Million-Neuron Artificial Brain Works In Real Time >>
* Grand challenges, X-prizes and Mars volunteers: stimulating bold wonders >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 May 2014
* Humans 2 Mars Summit suggest dust may prevent human settlement of Mars >>
* Android smartphones with 8MP front and 18MP rear cameras >>
* Kids' Programming Tool Scratch Now Runs In The Browser >>
* You Don't Want Amazon's Smartphone With Holograms >>
* Forget 3-D-Printed Guns, Here's A 3-D-Printed Longbow >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 May 2014
* Singularity University’s Salim Ismail on the age of technological disruption >>
* Man Behind the Google Brain: Andrew Ng and the Quest for the New AI >>
* 10BN+ Wirelessly Connected Devices Today, 30BN+ In 2020′s Internet Of Everything >>
* First Quantum-Enhanced Images of a Living Cell >>
* Young blood reverses heart decline in old mice >>
* Quantum Meld Brings Photons Together >>
* Dwave 439 qubit system was 3600 times faster than a 2.4 Ghz quadcaore computer on some problems >>
* Human Brain Cells Developed in Lab, Grow in Mice >>
* Printed inchworm robot makes self-assembly moves (w/ Video) >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 May 2014
* Spot the ball: Breakthrough study pinpoints exactly how brain track fast-moving objects >>
* Some Atoms Have Pear-Shaped Nuclei >>
* 3D/4D ultrasound hologram printing service using Pioneer's compact holographic printer >>
* Moth with Ultrasonic Hearing Discovered >>
* The New AI: Where Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence Meet >>
* How Drones Will Fight Poachers To Save Endangered Species >>
* D-Wave’s Quantum Computer Goes to the Races, Wins >>
* Your Smart Phone Is Getting Smarter >>
* Eric Schmidt on the Future of Android, Motorola, Cars and Humanity (Video) >>
* Inquisitive robot uses arms, location and more to discover objects >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 May 2014
* Big Data Firm Claims To Know The Secrets To A Successful Hollywood Script >>
* Intelligent Robots Will Overtake Humans by 2100, Experts Say >>
* The Cause of High Blood Pressure Revealed By Computer Modelling >>
* Leonard Nimoy Smack Talks Zachary Quinto, Drops F-Bomb In Audi Ad >>
* Elon Musk is in Talks with Google to bring adapted autopilot system to Tesla Electric Cars >>
* Full Documentary SINGULARITY [2013] Rise of the Machines with Ray Kurzweil and Stephen Hawking >>
* 3D Systems will turn you into a Star Trek figure for $70, we go faces-on (video) >>
* 78,000 Apply for Private Mars Colony Project In 2 Weeks >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 May 2014
* Crazy New Flying Car Is A Vertical-Takeoff 200 MPH Plug-In Hybrid >>
* Rethink Robotics Opens Up Baxter Robot For Researchers >>
* A pretty eye-opening look at just how much “stuff” your body makes in a year >>
* A Cell Phone in a Pill Bottle, to Text You to Remember Your Meds >>
* Scientists build a living patch for damaged hearts >>
* This robot can help you out by guessing your next step >>
* 3D Printers’ Next Stop: Your Mouth >>
* Google’s Chief Internet Evangelist on Creating the Interplanetary Internet >>
* Controlling robots with your thoughts >>
* For Robots Like Baxter, The Interface Becomes A Personality >>
* Grey hair 'a thing of the past' after scientists discover why follicles become discoloured >>
* Injectable nanoparticles maintain normal blood-sugar levels for up to 10 days >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 May 2013
* Andreessen and Thiel debate whether we’re still innovating >>
* Columbia University's low-cost robotic arm is controlled by facial muscles (video) >>
* MIT envisions future of talking cars that can plan driver's day >>
* New research could let vehicles, robots collaborate with humans >>
* Google Glass Becoming The Definitive Tech Story of 2013 >>
* A 'Fifth Force' May Alter Gravity at Cosmic Scales >>
* Can Avatars Help Close the Doctor-Patient Communication Gap? >>
* AI System Invents New Card Games (For Humans) >>
* Gesture control seen as future for smartphones >>
* DNA testing chip delivers results in one hour #DigInfo >>
* Gearing up to search for gravity waves >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 May 2014
* The Camera In Your Next Smartphone Could Have 16 Lenses, Almost Magical Powers >>
* Fullscreen BEAM app sends Google Glass videos directly to YouTube >>
* A paint that can generate solar power >>
* The World's First Entirely 3D Printed Gun >>
* Google is working on a search system that can understand your emotions >>
* Ebola's secret weapon revealed >>
* Juan Enriquez: Your online life, permanent as a tattoo >>
* Gecko-Like Drone Can Land On Walls And Ceilings >>
* Fly-sized robot takes first flight >>
* Add Wi-Fi to Practically Anything With This Arduino-Compatible Chip >>
* Google Glass to support GPS navigation, text messages without companion app >>
* Spark Core board adds WiFi to almost everything, takes input from anywhere (video) >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 May 2013
* RoboBees: Robotic insects make first controlled flight (w/ video) >>
* Living in the Matrix Requires Less Brain Power >>
* Chinese Scientists Create New Mutant Bird-Flu Virus >>
* How Many People Would Work in the Death Star? >>
* The Wearable, Implantable, Personalized Future Of Medicine >>
* Meet Drone Shield, an ambitious idea for a $70 drone detection system >>
* The walls have ears: Samsung and Intel bet big on a startup that searches every word you say >>
* A City That Turns Garbage Into Energy Copes With a Shortage >>
* An App That Tells You Where People Are Shooting At You From >>
* Atomic Toolbox: Manufacturing at the Nanoscale (preview) >>
* Fly-Sized Drone Uses Micro Energy to Buzz >>
* Dog Gets Skin Lift After Losing More Than Half His Body Weight >>
* Quantum-assisted nano-imaging of living organism is a first >>
* Gene Linked To Migraines Discovered >>
* This dog has four prosthetic legs and oh my god my heart just imploded >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 May 2013
* Age-defying: Master key of lifespan found in brain >>
* Moving Atoms: Making The World's Smallest Movie >>
* Google Glass won't recognize dirty words. >>
* Printable 'bionic' ear melds electronics and biology >>
* Scientists Decode "Molecular Chatter" That Makes Cancer Cells Spread >>
* Robots designed to clean up our streets >>
* Insect-Eye Camera Offers Wide-Angle Vision for Tiny Drones >>
* SOINN artificial brain can now use the internet to learn new things >>
* Alleviating Poverty With A Washing Machine Powered By Your Feet >>
* Connected Car - Vodafone’s machine-to-machine services. can check battery charge, remotely control air-conditioning, lock or unlock doors and find the nearest charging station, automatically alerts owner if the parking break is off or door is left unlocked. >>
* Space sails carrying suicidal satellites could destroy dangerous space junk for good >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 May 2013
* Eavesdropping 2.0: Samsung, Intel, Telefonica invest in voice recognition tech that anticipates needs >>
* A future where machines track our conversations to offer us advice and info >>
* The World's First Tablet Projector Promises a 100-Foot Display >>
* MIT Media Lab's Smarter Objects can map a user interface onto anything >>
* New zooming technique for entering text into smartwatches >>
* There Could Be As Many As 10,000 Drones Above US Skies By 2020 >>
* Organovo prints fully cellular 3D liver tissue >>
* Network of brain cells models smart power grid >>
* Why Big Companies Are Investing in a Service that Listens to Phone Calls >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 April 2013
* Google’s Ray Kurzweil revs up search focus with AI vision >>
* IBM launches an appliance for the 'Internet of things' >>
* Jarvis Is A Personal Assistant That Goes Beyond Siri To Embrace The Connected Home >>
* Cheetah-Quadruped Robot Learns to Walk, Trot Using Gait Patterns from Real Animal >>
* This software can track faces, judge mood in photos >>
* Microsoft's Crazy IllumiRoom: More Details About a Real-Life Holodeck >>
* A Fuel Cell That Runs on Fire >>
* Virgin Galactic has engine ignition and goes supersonic >>
* Fish Use 'Sign Language' to Help Out Hunting Buddies >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 April 2013
* Watch what happens to a boomerang in zero gravity >>
* This Shirt Can Be Worn For 100 Days Without Washing >>
* Uruguay's Institute of Animal Reproduction creates glow-in-the-dark sheep >>
* 'Master Gene' Makes Mouse Brain Look More Human >>
* Google Glass Has Already Been Hacked and Rooted >>
* $20 Billion project makes nuclear fusion breakthrough >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 April 2013
* Internet Everywhere--But on Your Terms >>
* NASA, Nike and others seek revolutionary fabrics for space travel and beyond >>
* What Happened When One Man Pinged the Whole Internet >>
* World’s most human-like android head >>
* How Ray Kurzweil Will Help Google Make the Ultimate AI Brain >>
* Genius Guy Created a Robot to Steal from Vending Machines >>
* New artificial skin is as sensitive as human fingertips >>
* Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen on What’s Next for the World >>
* Scientists Build Baseball-Playing Robot With 100,000-Neuron Fake Brain >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 April 2013
* Scientists confirm new H7N9 bird flu has come from chickens >>
* Earth's Core 1,000 Degrees Hotter Than Expected >>
* How Lasers and Glue Help Weld Tissue Ruptures >>
* How Ray Kurzweil Will Help Google Make the Ultimate AI Brain >>
* Million-Neuron Artificial Brain Works In Real Time >>
* In Japan, You Can Buy Your Kid A Giant Robot For $20,000 >>
* Physicists Build World's First "Magnetic Hose" For Transmitting Magnetic Fields >>
* Artificial Intelligence Is The New Uncanny Valley >>
* Device Keeps Liver Alive Outside Body For 24 Hours >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 April 2013
* Smartphone Used To Scan Data From Chip-Enabled Credit Cards >>
* Google Bags (Another) Machine-Learning Startup >>
* Artificial Intelligence to provide Google searchers answer and not just links >>
* How to Build an Artificial Womb >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 April 2013
* SpaceX Grasshopper Flies High >>
* Introduction to the 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2013 >>
* Whoa, Computer Graphics Can Make Water Look Real Now >>
* 'Toggle switch' to burn fat identified >>
* Your body's microbiome has a unique 'fingerprint' >>
* Salesforce: Internet of Things is 'third wave of computing' >>
* New algorithm helps evaluate, rank scientific literature >>
* Eye-Tracking Software Goes Mobile >>
* Create Your Own Electricity With Your Feet, Bike-Powered Charger >>
* Single-Frequency Lasers >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 April 2013
* Eye gestures spotted in Google Glass app code, hints at wink-based photography >>
* Beyond Google Glass: 2034 >>
* IBM solar collector will concentrate the power of 2,000 suns, keep its cool >>
* Apply Now For A One-Way Trip To Mars >>
* A frog-like robot that crawls inside your abdomen >>
* PR2 Learns Pick and Place Skills, Gives Baxter a Run for Its Way Less Money >>
* Samsung developing new brain-controlled mobile technology >>
* Boston Police: Facial Recognition Didn’t Help Search For Bombers >>
* The Internet of Things: Why Does it Matter? >>
* IBM Models Human Blood System To Build Solar Power Prototype >>
* Securing the Internet of Things - or how light bulbs can spy on you >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 April 2013
* Eric Schmidt & Jared Cohen - The New Digital Age >>
* Physics Shows Entropy As The Root Of Intelligence >>
* The World’s First Solar Powered Quadcopter >>
* SES demos first Ultra HD transmission in more efficient HEVC standard >>
* Bigelow, NASA exploring inflatable moon base and other human exploration missions >>
* Willow Garage Spinoff IPI Is Building Robots That Can See, Think, and Act >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 April 2013
* A Smartphone App That Takes Your Temperature >>
* Fish DNA may explain if fins turned to feet >>
* Controlling the Direction of Light --New Milestone in Physics >>
* You're looking at the lightbulb of the future >>
* Hologram-like 3-D brain helps researchers decode migraine pain >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 April 2013
* The Solar Cell That Turns 1 Photon into 2 Electrons >>
* Solar Cooling With Photonic Reflector Panel >>
* Only 1 antibiotic discovered in last three years >>
* TEDMED 2013 Day 2 – Information Density of Stool, Dance to Study Cellular Interactions >>
* TECH NOW: Futuristic, wearable 'stamp' will collect body stats >>
* Intelligent Objects for parents enable the ‘quantified baby’ >>
* Smart Marketing In A Sensor-Laden World >>
* Forensics software could help finger Boston bomber >>
* The Ways Brain-Scanning Neuro-Toys Will Change Everything >>
* Condom Company Just Made Vibrating Underwear Controlled by Your iPhone >>
* Robotic Cars Could Enable Super-suburb cities >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 April 2013
* Microbattery cellphone size battery can jumpstart a car battery + 1000x faster >>
* Navevo sat-nav offers cyclist alerts to lorry drivers >>
* Intel invokes Apple's Knowledge Navigator to envision future smartphones >>
* Going places: Rat brain 'GPS' maps routes to rewards >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 April 2013
* Google Reveals Glass to include an Autofocus Camera >>
* Google Glass Specs: Full Day Battery, 5MP Camera, 720p Video, 16GB Flash Memory & Bone Conduction Transducer >>
* Crowd diagnosis could spot rare diseases doctors miss >>
* Your Web Cam Can See Your Heart Rate, Which Isn't Creepy At All >>
* Howard Bloom; Web 5.0+ includes ideas you will be able to upload consciousness to internet and achieve your dreams.>>
* For the very first time, two spacecraft will fly in formation with millimeter precision >>
* NASA wants to spend $105 million to capture a small asteroid >>
* Software Is Eating The Mall >>
* Plasma device could revolutionize energy generation and storage >>
* The Newest, High-Tech Pill Will Text When Swallowed >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 April 2013
* Noam Bardin: the future of mobile is fighting for a user's time >>
* A device that controls your mind with pleasurable stimulation >>
* Must Watch: Dawkins, Nye, Tyson, and Stephenson Discuss Science and Storytelling >>
* Cooling panels send sun’s heat back to space >>
* Laser liposuction melts fat, results in tighter skin >>
* 3D Robotics; open source drones; your plastic flying robot buddy; super-cheap drone revolution coming >>
* These Brain-Hugging Transistors Will Make Real-Life Cyborgs >>
* How the Internet (and sex) amplifies irrational group behavior | KurzweilAI >>
* Bizarre Soft Robots Evolve to Run - IEEE Spectrum >>
* Your Brain Pattern Could Be Your Password >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 April 2013
* Kidney breakthrough: complete lab-grown organ works in rats >>
* Meet the Man With iPhone-Controlled Bionic Arms >>
* This AI “solves” Super Mario Bros. and other classic NES games >>
* Eric Drexler's New Book Radical Abundance has Big Ideas like Engines of Creation >>
* DARPA Building Robots With ‘Real’ Brains >>
* Mysteriously Shrinking Proton Continues to Puzzle Physicists >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 April 2013
* Mysteriously Shrinking Proton Continues to Puzzle Physicists >>
* What's Next For Smartphone Innovation >>
* Build Your Own iPhone-Controlled Toy Cars >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 April 2013
* Extreme miniaturization: Seven devices, one chip to navigate without GPS >>
* Research team restores monkey's hand function with artificial neural connection >>
* The Old DVD Player Sitting in Your Garage Can Test for HIV >>
* The $300 House: It is Not Charity. It is Innovation. >>
* Self driving cars and robot truck platoons could start to appear for commercial use by 2018 >>
* Ultrasonic lasso can grip and move cells >>
* How a Single Android Phone Can Hack an Entire Plane >>
* SILICON VALLEY: Americans Aren't Skilled Enough To Do The Jobs We Need >>
* Researchers Recreate Phantom Limb Sensation in Non-Amputees (w/video) >>
* Mobisante Unveils Tablet-Based Ultrasound Imaging System >>
* Neural Bridge Bypasses Site of Spital Cord Injury to Restore Hand Movement in Monkey >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 April 2013
* Mapping babies' brains before birth >>
* Brain Scans Offer Precise Measurement Of Human Pain >>
* Suggests might be possible to pre-emptively reverse a decision before person realises it >>
* Jurassic Park's Dinosaur Sound Effects Were Actually Animal Sex Sounds >>
* Dark Lightning Sparks Call for More Earth-Gazing Satellites >>
* From DARPA, A Navigational Device That Fits On A Penny And Works When GPS Doesn't >>
* Japanese Students Invent 'Girlfriend Coat' to Hug Lonely People >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 April 2013
* Dissolvable Electronics Demonstrate Effectiveness in Bacteria Fighting Implant >>
* Scientists Discover Evidence Of Dark Lightning >>
* If you hate red-light cameras, you’ll really hate speeding ticket robots >>
* Now Your iPhone Can Read Fingerprints, Scan Irises and ID Your Face >>
* Your Reputation Will Be the Currency of the Future >>
* MRI-Guided Neurosurgical Laser Ablation System Receives Approval (w/video) >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 April 2013
* 4K Video At 1,000 Frames Per Second Will Melt Your Eyes >>
* A Search Engine For The Internet Of Things >>
* Watch Navy’s New Laser Cannon, Mounted on a Ship, Kill a Drone >>
* Forget your password: The future is 'passthoughts' >>
* The 'girlfriend coat' that can make singletons feel like they are being hugged >>
* Red Epic Dragon sensor updates start tomorrow for $8,500 6K resolution, 120 fps at 5K >>
* Voice of the Big Bang -Sounds of the Universe 760,000 Years After (AUDIO) >>
* Affordable brainwave sensors could make typed passwords obsolete >>
* NASA plans to send humans to an asteroid by 2021 >>
* Intelligent wardrobes open the door to elderly independence >>
* Christie's latest 4K projector sports 60 fps output, six-figure price tag (eyes-on) >>
* Rocket powered by nuclear fusion could send humans to Mars >>
* Dreamcatcher: scientists predict images seen in dreams >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 April 2013
* The anti-kidnap bracelet that can tweet >>
* Broadcasters worry about 'Zero TV' homes >>
* How Stem Cells Could Permanently Solve the Obesity Crisis >>
* Print An Interactive Robot On The 3D Printer You Totally Have >>
* 'Kepler Mission 2.0' to Launch in 2017 --Thousands of Earth-like Alien Planets >>
* Ray Kurzweil on the surprising simplicity of the human brain >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 April 2013
* Gas-Masked, Camouflaged Robot Passes For A Menacing Human >>
* Automated System Developed To Grade Student Essays >>
* Turning off the Power to Run the Grid >>
* How to store images in a cloud of moving atoms >>
* ‘Breathprint’ to end blood & urine tests? >>
* Alzheimer's 'genetic signs' found >>
* Smart foam furniture can be squashed to 5 percent its original size >>
* A smart robot that can play rock-scissors-paper with you >>
* DARPA shows off Dextrous Robotic Hands that cost less than $3000 each >>
* Sequence Your DNA In An Hour On This Tiny Chip >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 April 2013
* Brain scans can read our dreams >>
* Sense of Place Found in Rat's Brain >>
* New Interface Allows Humans to Move a Rat’s Tail With Their Thoughts >>
* Sun's Magnetic 'Heartbeat' Revealed >>
* Scientists programme computer to read people's sleeping minds >>
* Automatic Do-Not-Disturb Measures Your Brainwaves to Know When You're Busy >>
* 3D-printed membrane mimics movements of living tissue >>
* DNA testing chip, results in one hour, paves way personalized drug treatments >>
* All-optical switching promises terahertz-speed hard drive and RAM memory >>
* Firing a laser into your brain could help beat a drug addiction >>
* Astronomers anticipate 100 billion Earth-like planets >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 April 2013
* Marc Andreessen on the age of context (er, future of the tech industry) >>
* ReQall: The Context-Aware Intelligent Assistant Experience >>
* The Internet of Things: Quantified Self, IoT, Smart Cities, Smart Cars, Smart Clothes >>
* Hybrid Memory Cube receives its finished spec, promises up to 320GB per second >>
* Video: A Xombie Simulates Landing on an Asteroid >>
* Fujitsu touch interface detects fingers on real objects, adds digital details to print >>
* The Future of Surveillance Will Turn Society into a Massive Online Game >>
* Googlers exultant over launch of Blink browser engine >>
* Ionic thrusters could power the ultra-efficient, stealth drones of the future >>
* Lasers used to turn off cocaine addiction in rat brains, may translate into human therapy >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 April 2013
* Sony patent claims touch force detection via microphone >>
* Quantum encryption keys obtained from a moving plane >>
* Nebula Launches A Mainframe Style “Cloud Computer” Built On OpenStack >>
* Cell reprogramming to cure leukemia and lymphoma? >>
* The Earth As Seen From 100 Million Miles Away >>
* Coming Soon: Smartphone Ads That You Can Talk To >>
* A 3-D Printer for Human Embryonic Stem Cells >>
* Deep-Space Engines >>
* 3D printing gives UK man a ‘new’ face >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 April 2013
* Scientists Create World's First 3D-Printed 3D Printer >>
* Here are the stars we are most likely to visit after leaving the solar system >>
* Artificial plants could one day power your home >>
* French Province Tests Mail Delivery By Drone >>
* First 3-D Acoustic Cloak Hides Objects From Sonar >>
* DARPA working on low-cost robot hands, aims to make yours even more idle (video) >>
* Why Clothing Is The Next Frontier Of Responsive Computing >>
* Swarming robots could be our future servants >>
* What's new in AI? Trust, Creativity, and Shikake >>
* How to 3-D Print the Skeleton of a Living Animal >>
* The robotic dragonfly that can 'swim' through the air and perform acrobatics >>
* New Technology May Soon Introduce White Blood Cell Counts to Point-of-Care >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 April 2013
* NASA JPL controls rover with Leap Motion, shows faith in consumer hardware (video) >>
* Drones Could Rescue Drowning Victims >>
* World’s smallest blood monitoring implant >>
* Using Photons for Quantum Computer Memory >>
* Why Your Next Phone Will Include Biometric Security >>
* Robotic Multicopters Follow Golphers With cameras >>
* Electronic Implant Controls Appetite and Weight Gain >>
* Microsoft Worldwide Telescope brings the universe to your computer >>
* Making Robots Mimic the Human Hand >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 March 2013
* Is NASA Seeking $100 Million for Wild Asteroid Capture Mission? >>
* Thermonuclear Micro-Bomb Propulsion for Fast Interplanetary Missions >>
* Scientists Build Hollow Virus For Cheaper Vaccines >>
* New DNA-Based Transistor Brings Us One Step Closer to True Human Computers >>
* Kinect-Powered Virtual Therapist Tracks Your Body Language To Help Diagnose You >>
* Smell-o-vision screens let you really smell the coffee >>
* Think GPS is cool? IPS will blow your mind >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 March 2013
* Which came first the head or the brain? >>
* Google patent application would tie camera settings to local weather >>
* Scientists propose revolutionary laser system to produce the next LHC >>
* Astronauts Launch on First 'Express' Flight to Space Station >>
* Swarming robots could be the servants of the future >>
* Digital shrinks find depressed faces and body language >>
* Street View Hits Mars With This 4-Gigapixel Panoramic >>
* This Building Will Eat Smog And Look Good Doing It >>
* A Voice-Analysis App to Diganose Concussions >>
* The Internet Is Making Us Poor >>
* Bees Communicate With Electric Fields >>
* Elusive 'Superman' Particle Found Changing Flavor >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 March 2013
* Engineers enable bulk silicon to emit visible light for the first time >>
* Google Glass Will Be Made In The U.S.A In Santa Clara >>
* Location Data Can Uniquely Identify Cellphone Users >>
* A Robot With Heart >>
* The Age of the 3D Printed Gun >>
* New Google Chrome release improves in-browser spell chekcer >>
* Volvo Demos a Nifty Cyclist Detection System >>
* Speed Of Light In Vacuum Is Not Actually Constant, Study Finds >>
* Mobile Phone Use Patterns Identify Individuals Better Than Fingerprints >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 March 2013
* Simulations uncover obstacle to laser-driven fusion: Under realistic conditions >>
* Laser Me Up a Dress, Iris >>
* The All-Electric Car You Never Plug In >>
* Researchers develop quantum computer algorithm for counting prime numbers >>
* New technology measures oxygen in individual red blood cells in real time >>
* Human emotion: We report our feelings in 3-D >>
* Brain scans can predict whether a criminal is likely to reoffend >>
* Panasonic 2013 Smart TVs wield Nuance Dragon TV for voice control, text-to-speech >>
* AT&T to launch Digital Life in 15 markets, hopes to enter home automation field >>
* How Your Smartphone Can Predict Your Behavior >>
* Simple Breath Test Might Diagnose Heart Failure >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 March 2013
* Researcher Says Radar Tech Could Detect Guns At School >>
* Artificial Wearable Lung to Help Patients be Mobile Before Transplant >>
* Laser empties atoms from the inside out >>
* Antimatter's Magnetic Charge Revealed >>
* Paintable Electronics Pave the Way for Cheaper Gadgets >>
* Predictive Smartphone Assistant Gives You a Heads-Up >>
* Are Your Doctor’s Hands Clean? This Wristband Knows >>
* Big Data Is Opening Doors, but Maybe Too Many >>
* Personal monitor system could change healthcare >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 March 2013
* Will Google Glass Prevent Deaths or Cause Them? >>
* Solar Robots, 4K TVs Spring Forward >>
* Four Robots That Are Learning To Serve You >>
* Virtual Assistants >>
* Building big Starshades and antennas and rectannas in space will boost >>
* Panasonic 2013 Smart TVs wield Nuance Dragon TV for voice control, text-to-speech >>
* A 50 Gbps Connection With Multipath TCP >>
* NASA Launches Space Radiation Challenge for Students >>
* Researchers discover workings of brain's GPS system >>
* This Is What a Brain Looks Like When It's Forming Memories >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 March 2013
* Sleep Hits the Reset Button for Individual Neurons >>
* LIFX Smart Bulb, Demos Gesture-Based Dimming >>
* This Ear-Canal Scanner Lets You 3-D Print the Inside of Your Head >>
* NVIDIA CG DEMOS at GTC 2013 "Realtime Ocean,Faceworks" >>
* Thing Theory: Connecting Humans to Location-Aware Smart Environments >>
* Doctors Should Tell Patients About Some, But Not All, Unexpected Genetic Findings >>
* Flow batteries could back up grid of the future >>
* I.B.M. Research Points to Circuits That Mimic the Brain’s Design >>
* Google Glass may someday fire up your coffee maker >>
* DARPA envisions the future of machine learning >>
* A Laser Violin Would Have Surely Blown Amadeus' Mind >>
* VIDEO: Could a folding car solve parking problems? >>
* Swarms of robots could be mining asteroids within a generation >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 March 2013
* GTC 2013: Face Works >>
* Glass patent, thinks about controlling your garage door and fridge >>
* Digital Avatars Crossing The Uncanny Valley >>
* Robot-delivered speech and physical therapy a success >>
* New Map Made of First Trillionth of a Trillionth of a Second After Big Bang >>
* BMW Forecasts Cars Will Be Highly Automated by 2020, Driverless by 2025. >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 March 2013
* Under the skin, a tiny blood-testing laboratory >>
* New 3-D Display Could Let Phones and Tablets Produce Holograms >>
* Why Android home automation could top Google Glass >>
* Wireless sensor diagnoses “stressed” machines remotely >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 March 2013
* First Ever Cellular-Level Video of a Whole Brain Working >>
* VIDEO: Is this the face of the future? >>
* NailDisplay: A screen at your fingertips >>
* British Man’s Arm Will Become His Penis >>
* Soon, a car that runs on cold air >>
* RF chip 10 Gbps will enable wireless high definition video connections >>
* Wireless, implanted sensor broadens range of brain research >>
* China’s BGI to Sequence 2,200 Geniuses In Search For “Smart” Genes >>
* It’s Alive! This 3-D Printed House Builds More Houses >>
* Wireless 'under the skin' prototype implant beams instant blood test read-outs to your smartphone >>
* Jeff Bezos Recovers Apollo Rocket Engines From Deep Ocean >>
* Scientists claim new glasses-free 3D for cellphone (w/ video) >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 March 2013
* Peratech working on “nose in clothes" for wearable electronics >>
* Faster MRI finds disease with ‘fingerprints’ >>
* Cell on a chip reveals protein behavior >>
* Smartphone Sensors Record Timely, Accurate Air Quality >>
* A Near-Whole Brain Activity Map in Fish >>
* Japanese Robot Actroid Gets More Social, Has No Fear of Crowds >>
* Smart Homes: Our Next Digital Privacy Nightmare >>
* A Moon Base Made From Lunar Dust >>
* Valve's Team Fortress 2 is Oculus Rift's first game, free 'VR Mode' update coming soon >>
* The Wearable Doctor and 9 Other Innovations Changing Our World >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 March 2013
* Expand: What's Next? A Glimpse Into the Future of Technology (video) >>
* Google using artificial intelligence to improve image and video classification >>
* Data driven Personalized Medicine Metamed when you cannot afford misdiagnosis >>
* A 3D Printed Spaceship On The Scale Of A Human Hair? Hello Nanoscribe 3D Printer >>
* Expand: Robots, Lasers and Replicators: Making Science Fiction a Reality (video) >>
* Philips Turns Pane of Glass Into a 3D TV >>
* ZBoard rolls out the San Francisco Special for the hilly city by the bay (video)>>
* Scientists Want To Bring 24 Animals Back From Extinction >>
* Watch This Absolutely Beautiful Animated Explanation Of DNA >>
* Nest's Matt Rogers backstage at Expand (video) >>
* SpaceX's Reusable 'Grasshopper' Rocket Makes Highest Flight Yet >>
* Smartphones Are Eating the World >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 March 2013
* Clawed drone grabs prey on the fly just like an eagle >>
* Samsung's Smart Scroll Is Not Eye Tracking >>
* Samsung unveils the Galaxy S 4's software tricks: camera modes, Story Album, S Translate, S Voice Drive >>
* Predictive Analytics: The Power to Predict Who Will Click, Buy, Lie, or Die >>
* Could Google Glass Allow Us To Drive Our Wheelchairs With Our Eyes? >>
* Bad news 220-mile high club: Researchers find sex in space could lead to illnesses >>
* Car able to recognise designer clothes and order them online >>
* Forget Saving The World, This Robot Will Pour You A Drink >>
* 911 tech pinpoints people in buildings—but could disrupt wireless ISPs >>
* What to Wear on a 100-Year Starship Voyage >>
* Scientists Have Made Graphene Earphones, and They're Amazing >>
* New sensor developed for methylated DNA >>
* Earth-sized planets in habitable zones are more common than previously thought >>
* Companies Are Putting Sensors On Employees To Track Their Every Move >>
* Breakthrough research shows chemical reaction in real time >>
* £1billion telescope can see the beginning of time >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 March 2013
* Mind-Controlled Devices Reveal Future Possibilities >>
* Microsoft Kinect Learns to Read Hand Gestures >>
* IBM’s Watson supercomputer has a new job, as a lawyer >>
* The Navy Is Working On A Drone Ship To Track Submarines >>
* Internet-connected sex toys let you "access" your long-distance partner >>
* Barista Bot Paints Your Portrait On Your Latte >>
* uMoove: Control Your Phone By Moving Your Head >>
* All Sciences Lead to Robotics >>
* New Technology May Allow for High Resolution Endoscopes as Thin as Human Hair >>
* iPhone turned into microscope for £5 >>
* First-ever determination of protein structure with X-ray laser >>
* Cellphone sniffer hunts down illicit prison calls >>
* Drones To Be Deployed As Nuclear Fallout Detectors >>
* The ALMA telescope has just made its first major discovery >>
* Umoove Is Poised To Blanket The World With Mobile Head-Tracking Tech >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 March 2013
* Scientists Claim Meteorite Fragments Contain Alien Biological Fossils >>
* A RoboBee Takes Off [VIDEO] >>
* An App Store for Home Lighting >>
* The Web of the Future Wants to Hear What You Have to Say >>
* The Future of Fashion: Download File and Print >>
* SXSW: Imagine a Practical, Low-Cost Circuit Board Assembly System (Video) >>
* Cloud-computing ‘Internet for robots’ launched >>
* Electronic Sensors Printed Directly on the Skin >>
* Algorithms Get A Human Hand In Steering Web >>
* Watch SpaceX's Grasshopper Hover 80 Meters In the Air >>
* Breakthrough method sees whether planets orbiting distant stars could harbour life >>
* With 581 Copies So Far, Reclonable Mouse Will Live Forever >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 March 2013
* Physicists measure 'spooky action at a distance': At least 10,000x faster than light >>
* IBM's CEO Is Plain Wrong About Technology and Change. Here's Why >>
* Necomimi cat ears' creators branch out into brain-controlled headphones (video) >>
* Reality TV for the Red Planet >>
* GE's Barista Bots: coffee printing robotic arms >>
* Gigabot is a huge consumer 3D printer awaiting your Kickstarter dollars (video) >>
* For Just 2 Million Dollars You Can Have Your Own Underwater Plane >>
* White House petition proposes space solar power as national energy and space goal >>
* Google Glass Gets Banned In Advance By Seattle Bar >>
* Forget Google Glass, Google Debuts ‘Talking Shoe’ Concept At SXSWi >>
* Douglas Rushkoff: Keynote; new book: Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now >>
* Mining Robots, Mining Automation >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 March 2013
* New Network Lets Robots Ask Each Other Questions When They Get Confused >>
* MakerBot's Desktop 3D Scanner Is a Real-Life Star Trek Replicator >>
* MIT ‘cheetah’ robot as efficient as real cheetahs running at 35 mph+ >>
* Meet ‘Rex’ The Military’s Robotic Bomb-Sniffing Dog >>
* Movie studios sign on for satellite-based digital delivery to theaters >>
* Using Artificial Intelligence to Write Self-Modifying/Improving Programs >> >>
* Nanoparticles Made From Bee Venom Can Kill HIV >>
* Competition For The Best 3-D Printed Rocket Engine Launches Today >>
* The Next Place You Buy a New Car Could Be Google >>
* IBM CEO Predicts Three Ways Technology Will Transform The Future Of Business >>
* 3-D-Printed Implant Replaces 75 Percent Of Man's Skull >>
* Dwave quantum computer has experimental evidence of quantum entanglement >>
* Mind-controlled exoskeleton to help disabled people walk again >>
* Human brain treats prosthetic devices as part of the body >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 March 2013
* Microsoft's Xbox chief predicts 'we'll all be wearing 10 sensors' in the next decade >>
* Mice human hybrids show Glial support cells may enhance people’s thinking prowess >>
* Researchers discover workings of brain's 'GPS system' >>
* A Brain Implant That Treats Severe Eating Disorders >>
* Matterport 3D camera aims to map your interior world, display it from the cloud >>
* A Clever But Questionable Approach to Geoengineering >>
* Generations of cloned mice with normal lifespans created: 25th generation and counting >>
* Dita Von Teese Flaunts the First 3D-Printed Dress You Might Actually Own Someday >>
* Self-Healing Concrete Uses Sunlight to Fix Its Own Cracks >>
* Quantum Fridge cools object a million times heavier >>
* Chinese Physicists Measure Speed of "Spooky Action At a Distance" >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 March 2013
* 3D-Printed Skull Implant Ready for Operation >>
* Volvo revamps its pedestrian detection system to automatically brake for cyclists (video) >>
* Microsoft Research brings mid-air multitouch to Kinect (video) >>
* How to predict the progress of technology >>
* A Microsoft's TechFest, The Future Is Big. Big Screens, That Is >>
* FMRI Mental Pictures; we could decode who our participants were thinking about .. >>
* New Smart Material Will Form Instant Casts For Accident Victims >>
* Solve for X: Sustainable, scalable 3D printed meat >>
* Researchers Create A 'Google Map' Of The Human Metabolism >>
* Alien Moons Could Host Life Outside 'Habitable Edge' >>
* Stomach cancer 'spotted by breath test' >>
* Toshiba Develops Intelligent Wearable Vital Signs Sensor Module >>
* A Pill That Detects Cancer >>
* A Graphene Antenna Could Give Us Wireless Terabit Uploads in One Second >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 March 2013
* This Warship Radar Can Detect a Tennis Ball From 15 Miles >>
* DigitalOptics fast MEMS camera enables Lytro-like post-capture refocus (video) >>
* New Method Makes 3D Printed Objects Smooth >>
* Single gene might explain dramatic differences among people with schizophrenia >>
* Micro 3-D Printer Creates Tiny Structures in Seconds >>
* Intel touts multiscreen flexibility with display as a service >>
* Volvo unveils scanner that slams brakes on if a cyclist wobbles into cars path >>
* Talking Places is the Google Glass of tour guides, we go hands-on (video) >>
* Internet Revolution 2.0: 3D Printing >>
* Kickstarting: A 3-D Mouse Worn On Your Finger >>
* Intelligent wearable vital signs sensor module developed >>
* Stopping a fleeing vehicle at the push of a button >>
* This Solar-Powered Airplane Can Revolutionize The Way We Produce And Use Energy >>
* Why The Human Body Will Be The Next Computer Interface >>
* Projector Digitally Aligns Your Billiard Shots in Real Time >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 March 2013
* Video: Finding the Visible in the Invisible >>
* Ohio Man Charged With Shooting Robot >>
* The Algorithm That Helps You Friend People You Don't Know >>
* How Your Smartphone Will Get Lytro-Like Superpowers >>
* Canon Built An Image Sensor That Sees In the Dark >>
* HIV baby 'cured' with triple blast of drugs >>
* How fast does a flying robot need to be to be too fast to see? >>
* VIDEO: Inside Microsoft's house of the future >>
* Toyota i-Road EV concept leans like a motorcycle, won't soak you or your wallet >>
* Here Are Some Of The Problems Google Is Having With Its Self-Driving Cars >>
* Vortex loops could untie knotty physics problems >>
* The First Wireless, Implantable Brain-Computer Interface Will Help Us Move Things With Our Minds On the Go >>
* Giant NASA spider robots could 3D print lunar base >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 March 2013
* Dual-Eye Augmented Reality Goggles Recognize Faces, Gestures >>
* Lockheed Martin powers up its first GPS III satellite, stays on track for 2014 >>
* Google Shows 'How Search Works' With New Site >>
* How to Measure the Power of Alien Civilizations Using the Kardashev Scale >>
* Holograms, ‘Minority Report’ Gestures And Other Ways Your Meetings Will Change By 2018 >>
* Zhang Demonstrates a cloaking box at TED that makes invisible from audience anything placed behind it >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 March 2013
* BigDog Throws Cinder Blocks with Huge Robotic Face-Arm >>
* Vint Cerf Dreams of an Internet That Connects Humans to Animals—and Aliens >>
* The "Interspecies Internet" Is Online, Seeking Cognitive Beings For Live Chat >>
* First direct brain-to-brain interface between two animals >>
* Surgeon Simulator 2013 (video) >>
* Mars trip to use astronaut poo as radiation shield >>
* Nike Vapor Laser Talon: Football’s First 3-D Printed Shoes >>
* 3D printed car is as strong as steel, half the weight, and nearing production >>
* Megapixels: A Wind Turbine That Can Power 6,000 Households >>
* Space race under way to create quantum satellite >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 March 2013
* Scientists Link Lab Rat Brains | Video >>
* NASA Discovers New Radiation Belt Around Earth >>
* Watch a swarm of aquatic robots assemble into an emergency water-bridge >>
* First mind-reading implant gives rats telepathic power >>
* Watch Boeing's Chubby Hydrogen-Powered Drone Take Off With Its Special Skateboard >>
* Radical Improvement like a 290 mpg car from 3D Printing Requires Radical Redesign >>
* 4D printed objects 'make themselves' >>
* I.B.M. Exploring New Feats for Watson >>
* Scientist creates lifelike cells out of metal >>
* Fully Implantable Wireless Brain-Machine Interface Announced >>
* Nanorods 10,000x better at targeting cancer >>
* This Is how Dennis Tito plans to send people to Mars >>
* Watson ponders careers in cooking, drug research as IBM makes it earn its keep >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 February 2013
* For first time astrophysicists reliably measured the spinning speed of a supermassive black hole. >>
* Swine cells could power artificial liver >>
* Leap Motion Controller Ships Pre-Orders May 13, Hits Shelves May 19 For $79.99 >>
* NASA Supermassive-Black-Hole Gravity Discovery: "Confirms Einstein's Theory of Space-Time" >>
* VIDEO: Robots replace migrants to milk cows >>
* VIDEO: Plans for Mars mission announced >>
* You Have To See The Futuristic 3D 'SpaceTop' Computer >>
* Intel's creepy face-tracking takes cues from 'Minority Report' ads (hands-on) >>
* Mars Flyby Plan will cost 1 to 2 Billion dollars and will send Middle Aged Couple that Already had Children >>
* The DIY house of the future: Alastair Parvin at TED2013 >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 February 2013
* In probing mysteries of glass, researchers find a key to toughness >>
* House of Cards and Our Future of Algorithmic Programming >>
* Functional Maps of Fetal Brain Activity Created Using fMRI >>
* New App Turns Your iPhone Into a Mobile Urine Lab >>
* Blazing Fast Staubli Robot Picks 200 Items Per Minute >>
* Blueprint for a Memristor based artificial brain >>
* Awesome Thermochromic Jeans Changes Colors with Heat >>
* Pre-order MYO for $149 here >>
* MIT algorithms teach robot arms to think outside of the box (video) >>
* Robotic Car Valet: Residential Automated Parking Garage >>
* Giant laser creates an artificial star to clear the sky >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 February 2013
* Brain Cells Can Outlive the Body >>
* Researchers create interactive apartment where every surface is a touchscreen >>
* Scientists Create Mice That Can’t Feel Cold >>
* Watch This Amazing Robot Cube Deftly Balance Itself Like a Cirque Du Soleil Performer >>
* Let There Be NanoLight, the World-Changing Lightbulb >>
* LG shows off Wireless Ultra HD video streaming from phone to TV at MWC >>
* Kyocera Smart Sonic receiver transmits call audio through cranial vibrations (video) >>
* CAVE2: Not a Star Trek Holodeck Yet, but Getting Closer >>
* Will This Crazy Home Win The 3-D Printed House Race? >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 February 2013
* More Details Leak About Microsoft's Next Operating System: Windows Blue >>
* PowerbyProxi debuts wireless charging solution for smartphones (video) >>
* MIT discovers the location of memories: Individual neurons >>
* Scientists develop a whole new way of harvesting energy from the sun >>
* Spray-Painting Asteroids Could Protect Earth from Space Rock Threat >>
* A pill that acts like liver is sure cure for hangover >>
* 3D-Printed Rocket Parts Will Take NASA to Mars >>
* NASA: A Nuclear Reactor To Replace Your Water Heater >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 February 2013
* 320-gigapixel snap of London >>
* Supercomputers journey to limits of spacetime >>
* Robots Can Now Tend Your Garden For You >>
* Mood-sensing smartphone tells your shrink how you feel >>
* Whoa: Quadrotors Play Catch With Inverted Pendulum >>
* Robots Now Dealing Blackjack >>
* 3D-printed cyborg muscle produces artificial heartbeat >>
* Temporary tattoos could make ‘electronic telepathy,’ ‘telekinesis’ possible >>
* MIT researchers build ultrahigh-definition Quad HD (4K) TV chip >>
* MIT imaging chip creates natural-looking flash photos >>
* Ray Kurzweil your Brain Cloud >>
* Micro-drones are real, here’s the horror-inducing video to prove it >>
* Vending Machines Could Soon Come to a Taxi Near You >>
* How human language could have evolved from birdsong >>
* Your Brain is Being Augmented, You Just Don't Realize It >>
* Cornell Researchers Grow A Realistic Bio-Engineered Human Ear >>
* Microchip Restores Vision >>
* Digital processing system avoids 17.4 million drug errors in US in one year >>
* Scientists Recreate Magnetic Fields of Dying Stars in Lab >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 February 2013
* This Is What It Will Look Like When You Wear Project Glass >>
* World's first 3D printing pen smashes Kickstarter goal in a few hours >>
* Diamandis: Tricorder X Prize Offers $10 Million to Build Star Trek Scanner >>
* Supercomputers used to design superior antioxidants >>
* The Future of Prediction: Predictive Analytics in 2020 >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 February 2013
* 3-D Printing Pioneer Wants Government to Restrict Gunpowder, Not Printable Guns >>
* Docomo demos HEVC (H.265) new video coding standard >>
* Doorbot - Use Your Smartphone As A Door Entry System >>
* 'Simplified' brain lets the iCub robot learn language >>
* 100Gbps and beyond: What lies ahead in the world of networking >>
* Researchers develop tool for reading the minds of mice >>
* Organs On A Chip Might Soon Simulate The Entire Human Body >>
* How Graphene Could Transform the Gadgets of the Future >>
* Sex on Mars >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 February 2013
* First bionic hand that can feel >>
* Obama Expected To Launch Massive Study Of The Human Brain >>
* How We're Going To Watch Things In The Future >>
* Who Needs to Knit When when a Lego Machine Makes Clothes Automagically? >>
* Scientists crack code as to how modular design can evolve. Potential AI milestone? >>
* Leading Geneticist: Human Intelligence is slowly declining >>
* Space Justin Robot Will Fix Your Satellites, Look Cool Doing It >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 February 2013
* The race to fingerprint the human voice >>
* Transparent cell phone 'will happen near the end of 2013' promises tech company >>
* Scientists unveil new detectors in race to save Earth from next asteroid >>
* Watch a Million Particles Collide >>
* What Is the Universe? (In One Minute) >>
* NASA Eyeing Plans For $2 Billion Europa Mission To Jupiter Moon >>
* New iPhone Weather App Goes Beyond Predicting The Forecast >>
* New Nanocapsule Medicine Could Sober You Up in Seconds >>
* Who should pay when your robot breaks the law? >>
* Artificial finger tests evolutionary origin of prints >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 February 2013
* Laser-blasting System Could Vaporize Big Asteroids >>
* Nest-Like 3D Printed House Will be Assembled in a Day >>
* How to Find Aliens (Alien Plants, Too) by Probing a Planet’s Colors >>
* Personalize chemo with cells created from tumor >>
* How serious does an asteroid threat have to be before we take action? >>
* Tongue-tingling interface lets you taste data >>
* Kinect-based system dramatically cuts cost of telemedicine >>
* "Bionic Eye" Implants Will Hit the U.S. Market This Year >>
* Searching for Mathematical Love Go ahead. Search for this on... >>
* Researchers say AI prescribes better treatment than doctors >>
* Synthesizing DNA 10,000 times cheaper and making a synthetic biology revolution >>
* Solve for X: celebrating moonshot thinking >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 February 2013
* Spin Master Zoomer >>
* Computer never crashes: computer uses chaos of nature to reprogram itself upon fault >>
* Breakthrough study models dying stars in a lab >>
* Self-driving car given UK test run, could eventually cost just £100. >>
* Rodney Brook re-imagines manufacturing, localized production, Robotics, 3Dprinting >>
* Autodesk partners with Lego to create 3D interactive Mindstorm EV3 instructions >>
* New Google Solve for X - Lockheed Skunkworks on Compact 100 MW Nuclear Fusion >>
* New Google Solve for X - Inflatable Robots and cars >>
* These Guys Want to Build the Space Suit of the Future >>
* The Best of Toy Fair in 60 Seconds [VIDEO] >>
* A Portable Metabolism Tracker To Tell You Why You’re Fat >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 February 2013
* Pentagon Inks Deal for Smartphone Tool That Scans Your Face, Eyes, Thumbs >>
* New in-car GPS tech uses motion sensors for accurate, autonomous city driving >>
* Touching the Light: Rats Get Fitted with Star Trek VISORs [Video] >>
* FutureMed Day 5: Printed Organs, Brain-Computer Interfaces Future of Medical Practice >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 February 2013
* IBM Watson Demo: Oncology Diagnosis and Treatment (2 min.) >>
* Peter Diamandis - We are evolving into meta-intelligence group-minds >>
* Researchers Give Lab Rats Terminator-Like Infrared Vision >>
* Self-assembling molecules offer new clues on life’s possible origin >>
* Evolutionary Evidence Suggests We Descended From Rats >>
* This Is Your Brain on Love >>
* Kickstarter project looks to take 1:1 walk-in camera on a world tour >>
* Google's Trillion-Dollar Driverless Car -- Part 4: How Google Wins >>
* Gene therapy cures diabetic dogs >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 February 2013
* New robot takes augmented reality to a new level >>
* World solar power capacity exceeds 100 gigawatts >>
* Project Holodeck gets a virtual hands-on ahead of launch (video) >>
* Algorithm learns how to revive lost languages >>
* Breathtaking Solar Footage From SDO's 3rd Year | Video >>
* Google Posts Videos From Its Latest TED-Like “Solve For X” Event, Opens Up User Submissions >>
* For cheap solar cells, use ‘spray paint’ >>
* Google X Head on Moonshots: How 10X Is Easier Than 10 Percent >>
* 'Earth from Space': See the Planet Like Never Before >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 February 2013
* Researchers Control Animals' Movements with Light >>
* Rebel Group Seeks $11 Million On Kickstarter To Build X-Wing >>
* Is SETI at risk of downloading a malicious virus from outer space? >>
* Point and shoot camera produces 3-D models >>
* Harvard soft robot explodes into action, jumps 30 times its height (video) >>
* This Foldable Scooter Could Almost Be Your Carry On >>
* Floors that can prevent theft and button-less cars are coming >>
* Stem cell implants can fix broken bones >>
* Do your head in: some amazing astronomical numbers >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 February 2013
* What Comes After the Cloud? How About the Fog? >>
* Generating thrust without fuel relies on missing details >>
* 3D 70 micron long spaceship from laser lithography printer, 100x faster >>
* Attack of the Intelligent Sewing Machines!! >>
* Kickstarter For An Open-Source Death Star Has Raised More Than $300,000 >>
* Implants make light work of fixing broken bones >>
* Germans developing weed control using laser armed drones. >>
* Watch This Drone Follow Around Chris Anderson Like a 'Pet Robot Bird' >>
* Google's Larry Page on Why Moon Shots Matter >>
* Brain Connections Contribute to Our Unique Personalities >>
* How NASA Wants Us to Explore the Universe With Robotic Avatars and Holodecks >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 February 2013
* Parcel sensor knows your delivery has been dropped >>
* Your Immune System 'Remembers' Microbes It's Never Fought Before, New Study Says >>
* Stroke damage in mice overcome by training that ‘rewires’ brain centers >>
* FutureMed 2013 Day 2: Data, Data, and more Data >>
* FutureMed Synthesis Videos >>
* GPS for indoor use >>
* Nanoscale Chip Design Enables Future 'Internet of Things' >>
* Epiphany One Puck uses heat transfer to charge your phone >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 February 2013
* Tiny capsule effectively kills cancer cells >>
* This Little Robot Cleans Your Tablet or Smartphone >>
* Fujifilm creates organic printed sheet that harvests energy from body heat >>
* 4.5 Billion 'Alien Earths' May Populate Milky Way >>
* Raspberry Pi $25 camera hardware finalized, won't be available for 'at least a month' >>
* Flexible film speaker for use in next-gen flexible devices >>
* Virtual Grocery And Toy Stores On The Rise Thanks To QR Codes >>
* Feeding the Final Frontier: 3-D Printers Could Make Astronaut Meals >>
* Black Hornet: $195,000 Spy Plane That Fits in the Palm of Your Hand >>
* Watch Siri Turn Into a Home Automation Master With the Help Of Raspberry Pi >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 February 2013
* Need an organ? Just print some stem cells in 3D >>
* Genetic patch 'stops deafness' in newborn mice >>
* Navy’s Next-Gen Binoculars Will Scan Your Face >>
* Facebook Creating App to Track You and Your Friends >>
* MIT Builds An Open-Source Platform For Your Body >>
* First mouse with human-like immune response >>
* #FutureMed livestream >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 February 2013
* meta's 3D gesture-controlled augmented reality glasses >>
* Researchers crack olfactory code for partner selection, synthesise first biologically effective perfume >>
* Researchers build bench size laser-pulsed neutron source >>
* The Next Frontier For Google Maps Is Personalization >>
* Tiny Sensors Could Give an Atom-Level View of Proteins >>
* Mini-Drone Will Watch Wherever You Go >>
* Technologies could one day enable us to simulate the deceased >>
* Rain tracked with mobile network >>
* Human brain is divided on fear and panic >>
* Software predicts tomorrow’s news by analyzing today’s and yesterday’s >>
* SMI Eye-Tracking 3D Glasses use rim-based cameras to adjust perspective >>
* The Buckeye Bullet Electric Vehicle Will Go 400 MPH (preview) >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 February 2013
* The End of the Web, Computers, and Search as We Know It >>
* Meet Truth Teller, An Automated Political Fact-Checking App >>
* First time-travel movies reveal surreal universe >>
* Plans to 3D print Moon building >>
* Doctors Kill More People Than Guns, A New Study Reveals >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 February 2013
* Gates, Thiel, Summers, and Thrun on on-line education >>
* Fluorescent protein lets us read a fish's thoughts >>
* A Gun That Tags Its Target With Artificial DNA >>
* How soon before we can start mapping the surfaces of distant planets? >>
* A monster truck that pounds the ground to simulate earthquakes >>
* How to use a million-core supercomputer >>
* This Is What the First Lunar Base Could Really Look Like >>
* New definition of the "Goldilocks Zone" puts Earth right on the edge of habitability >>
* YF-23 Air Force's "Advanced Tactical Fighter" runner-up >>
* Solved? 80-year-old puzzle of the infinite sphere >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 January 2013
* 3D microchip created >>
* IBM's Watson Heads To University >>
* First artificial enzyme created by evolution in a test tube >>
* Can robots be made creative enough to invent their own language? >>
* New $1.6 billion supercomputer project will attempt to simulate the human brain >>
* Reaction Engines Targets Skylon Space Plane test flights for 2019, Cargo BY 2022 >>
* First Toy Multiverse Created in a Laboratory, Say Physicists >>
* Soon Rest Of us will Get To Experience What Astronauts Call The 'Overview Effect' >>
* Suddenly, Startup That Makes Thermostats Is Worth $800 Million >>
* Army Corps of Engineers using 3D printers to create dam models >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 January 2013
* In-brain monitoring shows memory network >>
* Long Now Seminar – Chris Anderson presents “The Makers Revolution” >>
* Ultrasonic buoy uses your smartphone to catch fish >>
* Voice-controlled quadcopter follows you around, films everything >>
* NASA's RASSOR robot shape-shifts to haul lunar soil, help make fuel and water >>
* Google Glass patent applications: bone conduction, laser-projected keyboard, more >>
* First 3D Images Created With Single Pixel Sensor >>
* Melanoma Genes Found In "Junk" DNA >>
* Paralyzed Cat Learns To Run Thanks To High School Robotics Club [Video] >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 January 2013
* DARPA Builds A 1.8-Gigapixel Camera That Can Spot Six-Inch Targets From 20,000 Feet >>
* Artificial pancreas: The way of the future for treating type 1 diabetes >>
* Dwave on track to ten thousand qubits in 2017 >>
* Lane-swapping helps autonomous vehicles avoid collisions, study finds >>
* Electric Cars and the Power Grid: How Are They Coming Together? >>
* Big data and cloud computing empower smart machines to do human work >>
* Neuroscientists pinpoint location of fear memory in amygdala >>
* 'AIDS virus has ancient origins’ >>
* This Pen Translates While You Read >>
* VIDEO: Scientists create 'designer snowflakes' >>
* Japan Planning To Broadcast 4K TV As Soon As 2014 >>
* Humanoid Robot to be 'Born' in Months >>
* A Star Trek ‘tractor’ beam for microscopic objects >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 January 2013
* Japan Researchers Grow Kidney Tissue from Stem Cells >>
* DNA in stolen kisses could reveal sex offenders >>
* Next-Gen Video Format H.265 Approved, Paving Way For High-Quality Video On Low-Bandwidth Networks >>
* Scientists Are Making a Vaccine for Alcoholism That Will Give You Terrible Hangovers >>
* Genetically Modified Cells Could Prevent Death From HIV/AIDS, Study Finds >>
* Old Inkjet Becomes New Bio-Materials Printer >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 January 2013
* Huawei tests 2Tbps data transmission over Vodafone's network, >>
* Translator App Waygo Reads Chinese Menus For Hungry Travelers >>
* Just In Time For The Weekend, We Present The DIY LEGO Pancake Bot >>
* 11 Body Parts Defense Researchers Will Use to Track You >>
* IBM's Warmth-Activated Gel Can Break Up Tough Bacterial Biofilms And Kill Superbugs >>
* Color-Enhancing Glasses Let Doctors See Disease and Emotion >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 January 2013
* New York police get X-ray vision >>
* GravitySpace shows how floors will smarten up (w/ video) >>
* Remote-controlled mop and trash bin take laziness to new levels >>
* A Know-it-all Sleep Tracker >>
* “Flying Wing” Uses Half the Fuel of a Standard Airplane >>
* In The Future, Even Your Floor Will Know Who You Are >>
* Car That Runs On Air To Hit The Road In 2016, Says French Company >>
* Billion-euro brain simulation and graphene projects win European funds >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 January 2013
* This device puts a Google Street View car in the palm of your hand >>
* Researchers Achieve Storage Density of 2.2 Petabytes Per Gram of DNA >>
* App Lets Stolen Smartphones Snap Thieves In the Act >>
* DARPA’s plan to repair communication satellites in orbit >>
* Have a Wi-Fi-Enabled Phone? Stores Are Tracking You >>
* Can You Smell Yourself? Brain able to differentiate our scent from that of others >>
* Artificial Photosynthesis Project Aims to Create Hydrogen Fuel >>
* VIDEO: Experts test 'bomb-proof' train >>
* Infrascanner Detects Brain Trauma At the Scene of Accidents >>
* Artificial Slaves, and Their Relevance Today >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 January 2013
* Injectable Foam Expands in the Belly, Stops the Bleeding >>
* Quadruple helix DNA find key to cancer cure? >>
* Megapixels: Car Airbags That Could Save A Cyclist's Life >>
* The Job Market of 2045 >>
* Emotional intelligence mapped in brain >>
* Robot Serves Up 360 Hamburgers Per Hour >>
* Robot-assisted 3D printer aids march of the machines >>
* New implant to drain fluids build up during cancer >>
* Got a 3D Printer? Build Yourself a Loyal Robot Companion >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 January 2013
* DNA chip to diagnose attention deficit hyperactivity disorder? >>
* Sony's Personal Content Station uses NFC for mobile backups >>
* What Makes a Mind? Kurzweil and Google May be Surprised >>
* NeuroGaming 2013 Conference and Expo >>
* Lasers could chill antihydrogen >>
* DARPA's SeeMee Satellites Are a Soldier's On-Demand Eye In the Sky >>
* Light-up tumors show aging in real-time >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 January 2013
* The World’s First 3D Printed Building Will Arrive In 2014 >>
* Researchers turn one form of neuron into another in the brain >>
* Is It Possible To Clone A Neanderthal? >>
* Quadruple DNA helix discovered in human cells >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 January 2013
* Super-Thin Invisibility Cloak Has 'Wide' Military Applications >>
* Scans show what makes a brain ‘borderline’ >>
* 3D Printable Guns: 150,000 Patterns Have Been Downloaded Since Obama’s Speech >>
* Japan to replace nuclear plant with world's largest wind farm >>
* ‘Side-kick’ drugs could improve antibiotics >>
* Can an Algorithm Really Predict If a Movie Will Be a Hit? >>
* Google’s Larry Page On Why Moon Shots Matter >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 January 2013 * Audi's swarm tail lights OLED technology reacts to the movement of your car >>
* Intel Demos 100Gbps Optical Data Transfer For Servers >>
* Smartphones as Blood Analyzers and Allergen Testers >>
* China's Nuclear Rover Will Sample the Moon >>
* UNC researchers use luminescent mice to track cancer and aging in real-time >>
* A real-life ‘holodeck’ in 10 years? >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 January 2013
* Space Station Gets a New Telescope >>
* Device Tests Drugs on a Tumor That's Still in the Body >>
* Mouse Study Discovers DNA That Controls Behavior >>
* An Engine That Uses One-Third the Fuel >>
* Welcome to the Age of Emotionally Relevant Robotics >>
* Sony's New Triluminous TVs Will Be Powered by Quantum Physics >>
* Asteroid deflection mission seeks smashing ideas >>
* Paleontologists Use 3-D Models to Rewrite Evolution >>
* 3D Printers Can Now Pump Out 30-Round Magazines >>
* Inside NASA's Deal for an Inflatable Space Station Room >>
* Small Factories Give Baxter the Robot a Cautious Once-Over >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 January 2013
* Facebook 'Graph Search' personalized social search engine, beta today (video) >>
* Payments by text message service to launch in UK in Spring 2014 >>
* CES spotlights advent of Intelligent Objects >>
* Future Electronics: How Gadgets Will Change in 5 Years >>
* Russia plans robot mission to the Moon in 2015 >>
* Marine robots detect endangered whales >>
* Video: Can Google Make a TV That Will Listen When I Talk to It? >>
* New Middle Ear Implant Overcomes Downsides of Bone Anchored Hearing Aids >>
* Hands-On With the Next Generation Kinect: PrimeSense Capri >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 January 2013 * Chrome 25 beta folds in Web Speech recognition, security whitelists >>
* World's First 4K TV Channel Goes Live >>
* An Engine That Uses Half the Fuel >>
* Robot Restaurant: Robots cook food and wait tables in Harbin >>
* Tiny Pill-Shaped Cameras Make Endoscopy Easy To Swallow >>
* CES 2013: The Break-Out Year For The Internet Of Things >>
* CES Summary: Evolution Of User-Centric Computing >>
* Say Hi to The New Google Chrome Beta, It's Listening >>
* Cars Are The Next Playground For App Developers >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 January 2013 * Find Your Child, Pet or Suitcase With 'I'm Here' GPS Tracker >>
* Artificial muscles at MIT >>
* To Predict Crimes, 'Minority Report' Precog-Like Software Tested >>
* Tweeting Cat Door Keeps Unauthorized Animals Out of Your Home >>
* UV Light Emitting Robot Disinfects Hospital Rooms In Minutes >>
* Fastest Wi-Fi ever is almost ready for real-world use >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 January 2013 * Murder via Smartphone >>
* Spnkix motorized skates crash the final Engadget CES podcast (video) >>
* Now, a breath test to detect TB in minutes >>
* World's first genetically modified humans born >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 January 2013
* Nanomachine mimics nature's protein factory >>
* Styku virtual fitting room body scan (video) >>
* One-kilometer-long ‘electric sail’ tether constructed >>
* Drug enables deafened mice to hear again >>
* CES 2013: hands on with the Oculus VR Rift, virtual reality’s greatest hope >>
* This Is the Future of Shopping >>
* IBM's Watson Memorized the Entire 'Urban Dictionary,' Then His Overlords Had to Delete It >>
* Flying a Helicopter With My Brain [Video] >>
* Virus caught in the act of infecting a cell (w/ video) >>
* NASA's robotic refueling demo set to jumpstart expanded capabilities in space >>
* 3-D biomimetic scaffolds support regeneration of complex tissues from stem cells >>
* First gas-powered passenger ferry handed over in Finland >>
* More on the fork that monitors how you eat >>
* Muse brain-sensing headband thoughts-on (video) >>
* Drug enables deafened mice to hear again >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 January 2013
* 'Flower Power' Alerts Humans to Dying Plants >>
* 'Tricorder': Portable X-ray source could put medical diagnosis n in hand >>
* In The Future, Your Clothes Will Be A Power Plant >>
* Intel's Perceptual Computing demonstrations hands-on (video) >>
* Samsung Debuts World's First Quad-Core TV >>
* Power Loader power amplification exoskeleton robot >>
* Counting the twists in a helical light beam >>
* iSmartAlarm uses a WiFi camera and iPhone app to warn you of potential burglars >>
* The TV that watches YOU: Panasonic reveal new set that can recognise its owner >>
* Laser used to shoot down drones >>
* Panasonic 4K tablet prototype hands on >>
* Sony Unveils World's First 4K OLED TV >>
* Samsung announces 'world's first' curved OLED, we go eyes-on >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 January 2013
* Withings goes after Fitbit with its pulse-reading Smart Activity Tracker >>
* Old Mice Made "Young"—May Lead to Anti-Aging Treatments >>
* Google’s New Director Of Engineering, Ray Kurzweil, Is Building Your ‘Cybernetic Friend’ >>
* US firm wants to tackle obesity with at-home stomach pump >>
* Withings new flagship Smart Body Analyzer scale now measures air quality, heart rate >>
* Your iPhone Will Soon Detect Bad Breath >>
* DRONENET: An Internet of Drones >>
* General parameters of Alcubierre Warp Drive in Higher Dimensional Spacetime Extrapolating with Harold White - NASA >>
* Data Saved In Quartz Glass Might Last 300 Million Years >>
* Will Your Next Computer Be In Your Car, On Your Face, On You Wrist Or In Your Ear? >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1-3 January 2013
* NASA mulls plan to drag asteroid into moon's orbit >>
* You Know What I Want to Do in 2013? Talk to My Television >>
* Single-molecule motor sits on a single-atom ball bearing >>