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Google Glass: What Will You Do If It Tracked Your Brain?

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What if Google decides to track your brain with the Google Glass?

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Video: Brain-Controlled RC Helicopter Prepares to Take Off

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As great as touchscreen interfaces on smartphones and tablets may be, nothing will quite be as cool as controlling different devices and machines using nothing but your mind. And that's exactly what you get with the Puzzlebox Orbit.

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Human Brain Hacked, Banking PIN Codes Extracted with BCIs

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In some ways, you could think of the human brain as a complex computer. And like any complex computer, with the right resources, it can be hacked.

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Researchers use brain signals to brake your car 130ms faster

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As reported in the Journal of Neural Engineering, German researchers have measured drivers’ brain signals to predict when a driver is about to hit the brakes and identified the most active parts of the brain when braking. Thus, they have developed a mind-reading system that detects the driver’s intention to break 130 milliseconds before he actually hits the pedal.

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Thought: EEG Headset Utilizes Dry Wireless Technology for Gaming and Neuromarketing

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Neuromarketing is using brain imaging or other brain activity measurement technology to measure subconscious responses to products, advertising and other marketing. Critics have called neuromarketing “junk science” that uses suspect research methods, but it’s gaining increasing interest.

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NeuroFocus Pushes Advertisers From Brainstorming to Brain Scanning

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Is it absolutely necessary for marketers to know how quickly and to exactly what degree each portion of your brain responds to their campaigns? NeuroFocus seems to think so.

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Giving your heart its very own IP address

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Wireless technology often looked upon as a means for communication and resourcefulness, can also mean the difference between life and death for some people. Take cardiac patients for example, many have an implanted defibrillator that is designed to give an automatic "shock" every time their heart rate takes a spike.

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