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BrainGate, a tiny sensor array implanted in the brain, has allowed a quadriplegic man to check e-mail and play computer games. (Read
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|"CYKN- They potentialy have the best operating system every created- MSFT has a how many Billion dollar valuation for their computer operating system? At 5$ per share this is now only a $75 Mil valuation. its only been public a few days and already has gotten 6 Mil cash investment only has 1 Mil share float. I just ofund it listed in 49 publications, Popular science has it as best of 2004 series in the Dec issue. The press is only starting for them. Buying htis stock with all you can afford is a No Brainer. ======CYKN++++++++++++++"
(David Faber 11/25/2004 4:16:59 PM)
|"Jack me in."
(Neo 3/26/2005 10:07:05 AM)
|"I think the braingate is awsome and i dont see why you couldnt sell it to everybody."
(krikus 6/7/2005 10:53:26 AM)
|"IT is the best technology ever invented . inventions which do not harm others but help others must be invented."
(LAISHRAM RAKESH ROSAN SINGH 8/6/2006 10:57:14 PM)
|"this article is very interesting"
(giovanny 12/5/2006 7:31:43 AM)
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