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In paralysis, finding freedom via brain-wave tech

cnet.com — His left foot started dragging while he tried to pop up on his board, causing more wipeouts than normal for the avid wave rider. What started as a visit to the foot doctor resulted in an eventual diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, an incurable neurodegenerative condition with few known causes that bit by bit takes away a person's ability to control muscle movements and leads to death.
Aug 30, 2014

Our report on ALS patient Eric Valor (@surfiving) testing out brain-wave-reading technology cnet.co/1peDX1l

Aug 30, 2014

In paralysis, finding freedom via brain-wave tech. A must-read from my #CNET colleague @benfoxrubin cnet.co/1qe7fCD via @CNET

Aug 30, 2014

RT @benfoxrubin: Our report on ALS patient Eric Valor (@surfiving) testing out brain-wave-reading tech cnet.co/1peDX1l @karashotcorner @emotiv @cnet

Aug 30, 2014

Our report on ALS patient Eric Valor (@surfiving) testing out brain-wave-reading tech cnet.co/1peDX1l @karashotcorner @emotiv @cnet

Mind control making life with ALS better (pictures)

cnet.com — Using cutting-edge technology that reads brain waves, patients with ALS are regaining some control of their lives.
Aug 30, 2014

Mind control making life with ALS better (pictures) dlvr.it/6mLwJ3

Drone tours Napa earthquake damage

cnet.com — We've seen breathtaking quadcopter footage of ice caves, an active volcano, and Niagara Falls -- but this footage of the damage done by the recent 6.0 Northern California earthquake shows a very different kind of tour.
Aug 29, 2014

RT @CNET: Quadcopter drone gets up-close footage of earthquake damage in Napa. cnet.co/1tUQXyK