VOIS, Inc. Initiates Sales Of Thought-Controlled Applications

Feb 11, 2013, 17:48 ET from VOIS, Inc.

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- VOIS, Inc. ( OTCQB- VOIS )  announces the Company's plans to begin producing revenue through the sales of thought-controlled software applications starting March 1st, 2013.  The Company has acquired the non-exclusive marketing rights to "Mind Mouse", "Master Mind" and "Think-Tac-Toe". These three applications are currently compatible with the Emotiv EPOC wireless EEG headset and will be sold online through The Company's website at www.MindSolutionsCorp.com beginning March 1st, 2013.       

VOIS, Inc. has completed all corporate infrastructures since going public and will now focus efforts on sales of thought-controlled technology software and the continued development of our proprietary EEG micro headset. The Company is excited to move from pure research and development to a revenue producing entity.

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