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Motorola shows off electronic tattoo and authentication pill

Motorola shows off electronic tattoo and authentication pill | Book technology | Scoop.it

Google-owned Motorola has some big plans for replacing your online and device passwords that include taking a pill every morning and wearing a tattoo on your arm. The two experimental prototypes were showcased during the D11 technology conference by Motorola’s head of advanced technology and projects group, Regina Dugan. Both concepts are meant as alternatives to using passwords, passcodes, picture passwords, and two-factor authentication as a means to access your smartphone, tablet, car, and even your front door.


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InkySprat's curator insight, February 24, 2014 4:14 PM

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How Publishers Can Learn to Stop Worrying and Love Technology

How Publishers Can Learn to Stop Worrying and Love Technology | Book technology | Scoop.it
Progress surrounds us. We land rovers on distant planets. Satellites and wires that we will never see or touch allow us to connect with anyone anywhere. And we can read great literature on our phones—or play with pigs in space.
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InkySprat's curator insight, February 24, 2014 8:55 AM

This is one of the reasons why we started Inky Sprat to embrace new technology as a way to deliver great children's stories and promote literacy rather than to fight, deny and criticise it

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Motorola shows off electronic tattoo and authentication pill

Motorola shows off electronic tattoo and authentication pill | Book technology | Scoop.it

Google-owned Motorola has some big plans for replacing your online and device passwords that include taking a pill every morning and wearing a tattoo on your arm. The two experimental prototypes were showcased during the D11 technology conference by Motorola’s head of advanced technology and projects group, Regina Dugan. Both concepts are meant as alternatives to using passwords, passcodes, picture passwords, and two-factor authentication as a means to access your smartphone, tablet, car, and even your front door.


Via Luca Baptista
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InkySprat's curator insight, February 24, 2014 4:14 PM

Depressing or exciting?