Implantable device translates thought into action for people with spinal injuries

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Moto X second-generation cell phone

Together with the Moto hint, Moto X mobile phone is the only one that I highly recommend for quadriplegics because it has Touchless Control, the always-on voice recognition feature launched by saying, “Okay, Moto X.” or whatever you configure it. The Benefit of this feature is tremendous: you can make phone calls, text messages, get directions, take pictures, listen to music, etc. by using your voice!

the Moto X’s superbly compact and comfortable design, Touchless voice controls, and long battery life make it a worthy Android phone. I had a Samsung galaxy GS5 running active listening app: it does work, 70% of the time, but it is still buggy and drains out the battery very quickly.

The Only Drawback that I found is that I cannot control/configure the Moto X phone by using Team Viewer software. With Samsung galaxy GS5 mobile phone, I can use Team Viewer software to remotely control it.

Factory Information: https://www.motorola.com/us/motomaker?pid=FLEXR2

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