A PASSWORD PILL

A Password Pill
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A PASSWORD PILL



Written by Robert Foster
06 Thursday 06th June 2013

Last week at the Wall Street Journal’s eleventh annual All Things Digital Conference, Motorola unveiled a new pill that when ingested is capable of storing your password data for later use.

The pill is eaten and “activated” by your stomach acids to create a unique 18-bit signal — a password authentication that's enabled by simply by touching a the surface of whatever device you're interacting with.It’s already been approved of by the FDA, and it's good to go. We truly live in the future, don't we?

Also, we're getting dumber. Great news.

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