Electronics and biometric sensors that you wear like a temporary tattoo Engineers John Rogers and Todd Coleman say that their epidermal electronic system (EES) — a skin-mountable, electronic circuit that stretches, flexes, and twists with the motion of your body — represents a huge step towards eroding the distinction between hard, chip-based machines and soft, biological humans.
PIPA Touch ($79): The Fingerprint Scanner Your Smartphone's Been Waiting For. Let's take the phone cover and make it smarter with a biometric lock. Designed to fit to almost any smartphone in beautiful, precisely-fashioned cases, PIPA integrates wirelessly over Bluetooth to give you unprecedented three-factor biometric security for your phone and online accounts.
In addition to this video, here is a link to April 9, 2012 Press Release: Time Inc. Study Reveals That "Digital Natives" Switch Between Devices and Platforms Every Two Minutes - http://www.timeinc.com/pressroom/detail.php?id=releases/time_inc_study_digital_natives.php