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Innovative invention or tracking device? Boy inserts himself with RFID microchips

Innovative invention or tracking device? Boy inserts himself with RFID microchips

A 15 year old boy has inserted himself with tiny microchips in order to be able to operate his mobile phone, it has been reported. Byron Wake, who describes himself as a technology enthusiast, injected himself with a microchip in a DIY operation in his bedroom while his parents were downstairs. The chip is the size of a grain of[Read More…]

The RFID chip allows staff to open doors using their hands

Swedish company implants microchips in staff

A Swedish company has developed a microchip and has implanted the chips into its staff, it has been revealed. The chips allows staff to use the photocopier, open security doors and even pay for their lunch. The plan is eventually for all of the 700 employees from the Epicenter block in Stockholm to have the chips implanted into the back[Read More…]

Mark of the beast? Motorola unveils plans to insert barcodes and pills into consumers in place of smartphone passwords

Mark of the beast? Motorola unveils plans to insert barcodes and pills into consumers in place of smartphone passwords

So you’ve just bought a brand new smartphone. Imagine the perfect smartphone, with every one of the all-singing, all-dancing gadgets that you can think of. There’s only one catch. You have to either getting a tattoo or swallowing a daily pill in order to access the information on that phone. Sounds crazy right? Maybe. But that is exactly what Motorola[Read More…]

Police plan to fit elderly with tracking devices

Police plan to fit elderly with tracking devices

  Police have announced plans to fit tracking devices into elderly dementia sufferers to avoid “costly call-outs” to search for patients who go missing. Sussex Police have purchased 15 of the devices and said that it would prevent the time spent on searching for elderly people who go missing. They have estimated that one-in-four of more than 300 missing persons[Read More…]