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January 8th, 2006

Expect more feeds, flash

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Paul Gilster: What to look for in the coming year? Here are some thoughts on current trends and where they may be leading.

Matt Nagle, a quadriplegic who refuses to stop fighting, became the first person with his disability to control an artificial hand using brain power alone. The chip implanted in Nagle's motor cortex lets him grab things with his artificial hand by visualizing the action. Couple implants with advances in nanotechnology and you begin to see why previously intractable conditions may one day be surmounted.

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