Have it blend into your fashionable gang tattoo so no one notices it

Motorola has applied for a patent of a microphone with a tranceiver and power supply that is designed to be tattooed onto your throat. The idea is to capture vibrations directly from your larynx in order to cut out background noise — while eliminating something else you could lose, we imagine. The skin-borne device could communicate with your handset or other portable device by Bluetooth, NFC or other wireless protocols and would pack a battery that “may or may not be rechargeable.”



  1. Adolf says:

    Nazi Germany would have been proud, not only of all the cool technology they never had but of all the mind washed “undesirables” who are so willing to be marked and controlled like herds of sub-human cattle.

  2. Tim says:

    And here is the perfect accessory body-mod for it. {I wonder if it comes in b/w?} Stupid hackers made it piezio-electric and now it activates with old ultrasonic tv-clickers.

    http://dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2417313/Ishin-Den-Shin-Disney-develops-device-turns-hand-secret-speaker.html

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    Ha! It’s like those biosynth tattos to block the ZOEY brain chip recording your whole life in

    The Final Cut {Robbin Williams}
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=EM5MzCAZ3OY

  3. dusanmal says:

    “NSA would love this” – Motorola=Google=NSA, same fascist people, same fascist business, same fascist Government. It is developed for Motorola/Google/NSA needs.

    • Tim says:

      You only say that because you hate free market capitalism.

    • Gwad his own self says:

      Do you know whether or not google got their hanger and discounted fuel perks back from uncle sugar yet?

  4. Dallas says:

    Doesn’t appear to be that practical on your neck.

    I feel however that a passive chip implant is useful for authentication purposes and perhaps for recording medical records. I’m in.

  5. Dallas the Idiot says:

    Doesn’t appear to be that practical on your neck.

    I feel however that a passive chip implant is useful for authentication purposes and perhaps for recording medical records. I’m in.

  6. dadeo says:

    Why bother with the throat? Cut out the middle-man and implant a ‘mic’ that receives communications directly from one’s mind. I’m sure they have something..or it’s in the works.

  7. MikeN says:

    No, the NSA does not love this. They have already infiltrated the tattoo parlors and implemented this.

    • Dallas says:

      Not one of your best.

      • Tim says:

        That devotional doesn’t work for everybody. In your case, Jesus’ helment-torch got dripped on some while back before the duodemun so that he had to snuff out for his own good and the good of the rest of humanity’s damned souls. {you really were alone — how someone gets lost in his own ass is best left to the metaphysical writers of the age} and that is why you only see one set of footprints in the MRI volume-scan someone, whom is most careless with barium and other various sticky-dyes you must inject or drink, begrudgingly produced for you.

        It may not be one of your best, but one never knows what can be fanagled up into there before one tries. ‘Kudos’ to you. Don’t put dog menstral blood on my eggs on the internet.

        • quantum 2-state Spock-like Jesus says:

          “I’m dead Jim.”

          No, really. I was. The good of the many outweigh the good of the few, errr… the one with a minotar-maze giant phase-space string-spincter.

          {dammit, Jim. there was something besides dilithium in that last chrystal, wasn’t there??}

        • Dallas says:

          The insane don’t know they are.

          • Tim says:

            They’re coming to take me away. He he.
            They’re coming to take me away. Ha ha.
            To the funny-farm; Where life is beautiful all the time with birds and trees and flowers and bees and basket-weavers who sit on the walls and e-bully Dallas on the internet with no perspiring whine.
            He he. Ha ha. Ho ho.

        • Tim says:

          *finagled*

          {Sorry, tollybong — P.F.H.}


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