People are using chip implants to open doors, control phones - CNET
CNET reports: "Minnesota software engineer Tim Shank uses a chip implanted in his
finger to unlock the smart lock to his home. He also has an NFC chip
with contact information stored in it, which lets him easily tap and
send the info to an Android phone. [...] Shank is just one of a growing movement of biohackers who are implanting
devices and chips in their bodies to perform different technological
Comment: It's been a while since we had a good MOTB update and this is an interesting if unsurprising story about how the biohacking community is taking to chip implants. I mean, you would kind of expect that, right? At any rate, I no longer envision implanted chips to be the MOTB (our technology has moved so far beyond mere hardware) it's fun to check in once in a while and see if there have been any new developments. I should also note that this news site will attempt to start playing a video, so very annoying when you don't even have you earbuds in.