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Nine real technologies that will soon be inside you

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Given the frenzy of interest following the announcement of the Apple Watch, you might think wearables will be the next really important shift in technology. Not so.
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PhotoMath uses your phone’s camera to solve equations

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Need a little help getting through your next big math exam? MicroBlink has an app that could help you study more effectively — perhaps too effectively.
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Back to the Future was right: a working hoverboard will be available in 2015

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A California startup has created a real-life hoverboard, and they even let me ride it. But it’s mostly a publicity stunt meant to raise interest in levitating other things.
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A cell transplant has enabled a paralysed man to walk again

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A man who was told he would never walk again has recovered sensation and movement in his legs after receiving a revolutionary cell transplant.
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The Transhumanist Future of Sex

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Exoskeleton ‘hump suits’, cyborg sensation mods, and erotic mind implants—technology is about to change the way we have sex forever.
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The Futuristic Gadgets Running Today’s High-Tech Vineyards | WIRED

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Sure, the label on your Côtes du Rhinoceros suggests that the grapes were tended by craggy, distant-eyed, French-accented wine savants who nurture the earth, as did their fathers and their fathers’ fathers before them.
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Your Immortality

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You may not live forever, but you can live a longer, healthier and more fulfilled life, and at the same time make this world a little better place in which to live….
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NAAIJ | Automation: A look at exactly how robots will take your job.
Qualcomm: Cars of the Future Will See Around Corners

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Imagine a future where cars are self-aware and can virtually detect other cars or even pedestrians around corners all in the name of safety. That’s exactly what the brilliant minds at Qualcomm hope to deliver in cars in the next few years.
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Autodesk Genetic Engineer is Able to 3D Print Viruses, Soon to Attack Cancer Cells

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Weaving his way through a virtually invisible and widely unknown world of microscopic cells and futuristic technology, Autodesk’s genetic engineer Andrew Hess
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