Pill may help you store password information

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Can't remember your password?  There may soon be a pill for that!

Motorola is reportedly working on what they call an "authentication pill" that will store all your information inside you.

Customers would take a daily pill and install a chip on their computers. Their stomachs would act as electrolytes in the chip's battery to power it.

All you have to do is touch your phone or laptop and you're in.

But since it's a pill, it passes through you the normal way so you'd have to take them daily to log in.

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