Nov 24, 2014

FUTURISM UPDATE (November 25, 2014) — Mr. Andres Agostini, Amazon

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FUTURISM UPDATE (November 25, 2014) — Mr. Andres Agostini, Amazon


FINANCIAL TIMES: World’s most advanced hacking spyware let loose…z3K1HQu1wG

WALL STREET JOURNAL: Drone Flights Face FAA Hit. Looming Rule Proposal Would Restrict Commercial Uses, Require Pilot License Bill Gates predicted to be world’s first trillionaire

CNNMoney: Russia losing $140 billion from sanctions and low oil prices

The Independent: The world is due ‘a major cyber attack causing widespread harm’ before 2025, say experts

FUTURE OBSERVATORY: How permanent stress may lead to mental disorders

FUTURE OBSERVATORY: A wearable to help measure stress, epileptic seizures, activity, and sleep The world’s most hi-tech hotels. As consumer demands advance alongside technology, these hotels are responding with iPads, concierge robots and Google Glass

BBC News: Hi-tech cars are security risk, warn researchers

The Guardian: Russian Soyuz rocket delivers crew to International Space Station – video report

REUTERS: Cold hard facts: Underwater robot measures Antarctic sea ice

MOSCOW TIMES: Iran Talks Show Why West Still Needs Russia

REUTERS: In metro Houston, an uphill fight to build a Texas-size defense against the next big storm

REUTERS: EU digital tsar warns monopolists; Google foes play down call for break-up

REUTERS: Microsoft sues IRS for details of probe on internal transactions

FORBES: Big Data Revolution

Science World Report: The World’s Oldest Living People are the Same Despite Extreme Longevity. It turns out that having good or bad genes actually doesn’t influence whether you’ll live longer or not. Using fewer than 20 genes, scientists were unable to find rare protein-altering variants that were significantly associated with extreme longevity.

FINANCIAL TIMES: Spanish polls show Podemos surge is no aberration

POPULAR SCIENCE: The World’s First Programmable Nanoprocessor Takes Complex Circuitry to the Nanoscale

THE ECONOMIST: The Economist explains: what happens when a country goes bust


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