Monday, July 14, 2014

Small E-Airplanes Take Flight but No Commercial Passenger Planes in the Near Future

The End of Retirement

Roger Schell on long-term computer security research

Samsung Suspends Ties With Chinese Supplier Over Child Labor

Students Create a Bio Printer To Test Drugs on Your Own 3D Printed Human Cells Rather than Animals

Survey Roundup: Cybersecurity Complacency Threatens M&A

Greenland Thaw

Emerging Internet Trends that will Shape the Global Economy

To Build a Robot Like Star Trek’s Data We Need to Perfect Soft Machine Technology

The next big thing in wearable tech may be ear computers

MIT Is Working On T-1000 Style State Shifting Robots With Google’s Robot

To Garden in Space We Need All Kinds of Robots

IBM's $3 Billion Investment In Synthetic Brains And Quantum Computing

Low-Power Color Displays

Miami, the great world city, is drowning while the powers that be look away

THE GUARDIAN: How technology in the home can improve health and social care

Getting a charge out of water droplets

Qatar spends big on American choppers and missiles

Rupert Murdoch Thinks You're Overreacting About Climate Change

Super Size Me: Now You Can 3D Print a Life-sized Model of Yourself

BUSINESS INSIDER: Google Has A $500 Million War Chest To Stop Amazon's Plan For The 'Showrooming Of Groceries'

Why Is Google Investing Half a Billion Dollars in Shopping Express?

BBC:  WTO rules against US in trade spat with China and India

BBC:  Sotheby's and eBay join to offer online auctions

BBC: 100 years of commercial aviation

BBC:  China's high-speed rail revolution

BBC:  Inside the latest Boeing Dreamliner

Anti-Missile Defense Systems – Can they work?

IBM Pours $3 Billion Into Future of Nanoelectronics

Researchers demonstrate novel, tunable nanoantennas

Computer memory that can store about one terabyte of data on a device the size of a postage stamp

Harvard Scientists May Have Just Unlocked the Secret to Staying Young Forever

Get Inside Whisper's Secret Economy

This Bot Has Written More Wikipedia Articles Than Anybody

REUTERS: Experts report potential software "back doors" in U.S. standards

REUTERS: U.S. web companies press demands for net neutrality with FCC