MOTOROLA’S “PASSWORD PILL” TECHNOLOGY
For this year's D11 Conference–a gathering of technological wonders held in –the wizards at Motorola presented a new password authentication technology in the form of a pill. Senior VP of Advanced Technology, Regina Dugan revealed what's being dubbed as vitamin authentication, a tiny pill that, once consumed, mixes with a person's stomach acid to to create an 18-bit field of energy that in turn grants them access to secured locations. Guess it'll be pretty hard to forget a password that's literally inside you. Crazy!