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Microchip Biotech to deliver drugs via wirelessly controlled implant

06/21/2015 09:09
Teva ($TEVA) announced that it's partnering with Lexington, MA's Microchips Biotech to apply the company's electronic drug delivery implant for administration over months to years toward at least one disease area. The generics giant will take an equity position in the company and make a technology...

UK bank customers set to share DNA data with banks for biometric authentication

06/17/2015 07:35
UK consumers want to use biometric authentication security for banking and are willing to share DNA data with institutions for identification purposes Two-thirds of UK consumers regard biometric technology as more secure than usernames and passwords for banking, and a quarter are ready to share...

Implants to aid payment with a wave of the hand

05/26/2015 07:08
Is it retail therapy gone mad? The dawn of a new cyborg age? Or a new meaning to going down under? Whatever the case, a fair proportion of Australians are receptive to technology mixing with their precious human organic flesh, if it means making payments at retail stores is easier. A survey,...

Tracking kids via microchip 'can't be far off,' says expert

05/09/2015 07:08
It's a thought that is just a little too Orwellian for most people -- putting a microchip inside your body. But there are people who are doing just that already. For most of those who have, it's a matter of convenience. Now, they can log onto their computer, lock or unlock their front door, or...

Human Microchipping as Disaster Preparation

04/27/2015 20:16
In 2005 if anybody told me I would have a phone smarter than the laptop I would think the person is a good case for a sci-fi writer. Yet what I couldn't even fantasise is a fact today right in my hands. In an interview I had with  Andy Robbins, co-founder Android Inc, in 2008, he did mention...

Several US States Prohibit the Mandatory Implantation of RFID Microchips

02/04/2015 20:54
In a prior post, I discussed that radio frequency identification (RFID) microchip hand implants were being offered to tenants in one Swedish office complex for such uses as operating doors and photocopiers.  The biohacking group offering the implants says that it wants to explore the...

Using Microchip Implants to Open Doors

02/01/2015 13:37
Workers at companies based in the Swedish tech business incubator Epicentre are having microchips implanted into their hands. Up to 400 members of Stockholm's Epicenter will be able to have the highly controversial radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips inserted into their bodies. The chips,...

The office that microchips its staff

01/30/2015 19:53
  A new office block in Sweden is offering workers the chance to have a microchip implanted under their skin to allow them to access to various services within the building. A tiny gadget the size of a grain of rice is implanted in employees hands. It then allows them to open doors, or use...

Microchip implants in humans grow in popularity, some 50 Dutch people are ‘chipped’

12/09/2014 20:42
Some 50 people in the Netherlands have had a microchip implanted in their hands this year, piercing specialist Tom van Oudenaarden told broadcaster Nos on Tuesday. Worldwide some 2,000 people have been ‘chipped’ and their number is growing. Oudennarden expects their number to grow considerably...

I Injected An RFID Tag Into My Hand: Here's Why

11/28/2014 19:28
Last weekend I injected an RFID tag into my right hand. It was a spur of the moment thing, really. I was at the Singularity University Summit in Amsterdam and an hour before me Raymond McCauley, Chair of SU’s Biotechnology & Bioinformatics Track, had an RFID tag inserted into his hand live on...
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