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Samsung is building a TV you can control with your brain - CNET
(November 09 07:05) Cnet.com
It's aimed for people with physical disabilities and should go into testing in Swiss hospitals early next year.
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1998's Resident Evil 2 changed my life, and the new remake is pretty good, too - CNET
How a bonus check, a soft drink anniversary and a well-timed TV commercial got me writing about technology and games.
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