One Motorola executive is proposing some interesting technology you’d keep on or in your body: an electronic tattoo, and a one-time pill.
Motorola’s head of its Advanced Technology and Projects group, Regina Dugan (who is also the former head of DARPA), shared her thoughts on innovation in the mobile industry at this week’s D11 Conference. In particular, Dugan’s problem was with passwords:
“After 40 years of advances in computation, we’re still authenticating basically the same way we did years ago. In fact, it’s gotten worse. Because now you don’t do it once a day, or twice a day. The average user does it 39 times a day and it takes them 2.3 seconds every time they do it. Power users will do it up to 100 times a day.”
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