A 29-year old person from Vancouver has invented a chip that is placed in your hand that will store your computer passwords. This would be a convenient way to ensure that people don’t forget their passwords. Besides being able to store your passwords, it will be able to unlock your doors and I am sure many other things (maybe unlock your car or even start it). Things like this have been floating around for awhile, such as chips that will store a person’s identity or chips that keep credit card information. Many people don’t like the idea of this but this entrepreneur says that it only costs $2 for the chip and the devices that read the chip are as little as $50. Whose to say that thieves won’t cut off your hand in order to get access to everything then?
News Source: Reuters