Motorola tattoo poised to replace your password

The company hopes high-tech identity-authentication strategies will foil hackers for good.
Motorola showed off some fresh ink at the D11 conference in California last week.
Chief Executive Dennis Woodside revealed that the company is investigating the use of "biostamps" to confirm a wearer's identity and log them into accounts automatically, reports The Telegraph. A phone held close to a user’s body would replace the need for a password.
Developed by Massachusetts-based engineering firm MC10, the tattoos were originally designed to help doctors monitor their patients' health and contain flexible electronic circuits that can be worn for up to two weeks.