Chris Gayomali

Chris writes for TIME's Techland, where he covers the web, iOS apps, disruptive ideas and the occasional gadget. He's prone to type "lol" without actually laughing.

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We Can Now Talk to Computers with Our Minds

Using techniques usually reserved for identifying epilepsy in patients, a team of scientists at Washington University were able to successfully have subjects move computer cursors using nothing but their thoughts.

To make it work, the scientists first utilized a temporary surgical implant attached to regions of the brain that pertain …

YouTube Adds More Search Functionality, Makes Wasting Time Easier

Earlier today, YouTube reshuffled some of their search functionality while adding a new layer to help users discover videos.

The new feature, dubbed “Filter & Explore,” builds upon the old “Search Options” mechanism by leveraging similar topics to help users find something cool to watch– even if they weren’t necessarily looking for …

Take a Look at Twitter’s Handsome New Home Page

Let’s face it: Your Twitter friends? Kind of boring. It’s not their fault. It’s just that everyone else you’ve discovered through Twitter has been — how to put this gently? — way more awesome.

That probably explains the strategic shift behind Twitter’s new homepage, starting to pop up for users across the Web. Twitter’s new …

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