Transfer Data Through The Human Body To Your Devices

Transfer Data Through The Human Body To Your Devices
technology

Ericsson aims to turn our anatomy into a USB key -- a bridge between gadgets with its 'Connected Me' technology.

Emma Hutchings
  • 15 may 2012

Ericsson has introduced a new technology that turns the human body into a bridge between gadgets, allowing people to transfer data like they would using a USB cord or a Bluetooth connection by simply touching a device.
‘Connected Me’ would enable everyone to easily transmit information, images and codes, providing the ultimate in convenient and secure connectivity.

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