#FutureFrequency News Highlights From Around The Web

The world we live in is getting more and more interesting by the second, pretty soon we’ll all be rocking wearable tech, body mods and riding in driverless cars. Check out some of the latest things that are happening. Are you ready?…

NASA Considers Capturing an Asteroid, Setting it to Orbit the Moon

Sensing God and the Limits of Neuroscience

5 Reasons We May Live in a Multiverse

Google Glass lead says project is still a work in progress

Why Smart Glasses Might Not Make You Smarter

The Future Is Now: What We Imagined for 2013 — 10 Years Ago

LCD contact lenses to rival Google glasses?

Design Software For Organ And Tissue Printing Is On Its Way

Man receives UK’s first hand transplant operation

Online Artists Share Work—Tyrants Would Prefer They Share a Cell

Student Suspended for Refusing to Wear RFID Tracker Loses Lawsuit

The Measurement That Would Reveal The Universe As A Computer Simulation

A new battery that could revolutionize wearables

Audi’s Self-Piloted Car Picks You Up

The future according to Google’s Larry Page

Will Your Next Computer Be In Your Car, On Your Face, On You Wrist Or In Your Ear?

How to survive the future

Coming eventually: Print your own organs

The new politics of the internet: Can internet activism turn into a real political movement?

A Computer That Writes Contemporary Music Without Human Help

Why Living Cells Are The Future Of Data Processing

U.S. Cities Relying on Precog Software to Predict Murder

NYPD Eyeing Drones to Monitor Crowds

DARPA to hide drones at the bottom of the ocean

NASA’s Alien Planet Archive Now Open to the World

Can You Predict The Future By Reading Twitter? The Pentagon Thinks Maybe

These Goofy-Looking Glasses Could Make You Invisible to Facial Recognition Technology

Neanderthal Cloning: Mad Scientist Seeks ‘Adventurous’ Woman To Birth Baby Caveman

NASA sends Mona Lisa into space by LASER

Gun Shoots Criminals With DNA Tags, Marking Them For Later Arrest

DARPA Can See You… From 17,500 Feet In The Air

Are smart guns next? — The Push for futuristic guns

Half a Million DVDs of Data Stored in Gram of DNA

Warning: Your “private” genetic data may be easily found on public websites

Ray Kurzweil Says We’re Going to Live Forever

Mini-Drone Will Watch Wherever You Go

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