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Microchip News

Terrier found nearly 3,000 miles from home is homeward bound

Tualatin - After traveling thousands of miles on a journey that resembles something out of a Walt Disney movie, a Pennsylvania dog is finally headed home to be reunited with her owner.

Chipmaker Microchip to buy Supertex for $394 mln in cash

Chipmaker Microchip Technology Inc said it would buy Supertex Inc for $394 million in cash to bolster its business that supplies to the medical, LED lighting, industrial and telecommunication industries.

Mystery Spanish cat found in Scotland reunites with owner

Muchalls - When a short-haired tabby mysteriously appeared in a garage in Scotland recently, she was taken to the vet for identification. The cat's microchip showed she was from the Spanish Canary Island, Fuerteventura. So how on earth did she get to Scotland?

Man reunited with his lost Shih Tzu dog after five years (video)

Greenfield - A man called Mike lost his Shih Tzu, named Bandit, five years ago. He and his nieces never stopped looking for the dog, and finally Bandit has turned up, well and happy.

Four-legged residents of Tampa prepare for hurricane season Special

Tampa - The Florida Division of Emergency Management, American Red Cross and other disaster assistance agencies were not the only ones preparing for Isaac and hurricane season. The Humane Society of Tampa Bay also sprang into action, offering free microchips.

Op-Ed: Microchip medicine destroys privacy

From pacemakers to artificial hips, people are getting more familiar with new technology placed in their bodies, but imbedding microchips still raises many privacy concerns.

Bionic vision research progressing rapidly around the world Special

The race to deliver an effective bionic eye is alive and well with researchers in Australia, the U.S. and Germany reaching important milestones and undertaking patient trials.

Mexican microchips may not be on every one's menu

With kidnappings in Mexico ranking up there with Iraq and Colombia, wealthy Mexicans are spending thousands of dollars to have microchips embedded under their skin.

Conception The Geek Way

Never worry again about how those latex condoms are effecting the environment. Scientists in Australia have come up with a way to use a microchip that works like a vasectomy until kids are wanted.

Start-up sees 1,000 "brains" on one microchip

Tilera Corp, a Silicon Valley semiconductor start-up, is now launching a single microchip with 64 processing units, or cores, in a technological quantum leap ahead of the mainstream.

Will You Take The "Chip"... Is It The Mark Of The Beast? Making That Decision Is Closer Than You Think!

Aaron Russo discusses the "Master Plan" revealed to him by Nick Rockefeller with the Council On Foreign Relations. Everyone will be microchipped. You'll need chips to buy, sell or trade anything!

Microchips could be used to possibly help prevent child abductions

Microchips have been a key method when it comes to a missing pet,now a new break through might be used to locate abducted children

Portable 'lab on a chip' could speed blood tests

Get your DUI ticket faster and be on your way to jail in no time at all...Hmmm they never mentioned that in the article... hehe
 

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Pet owners in Tampa wait to have their pet receive a free microchip from Humane Society of Tampa Bay
Pet owners in Tampa wait to have their pet receive a free microchip from Humane Society of Tampa Bay
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RFID chip next to a grain of rice. This chip contains a radio-frequency electromagnetic field coil t...
RFID chip next to a grain of rice. This chip contains a radio-frequency electromagnetic field coil that modulates an external magnetic field to transfer a coded identification number when queried by a reader device. This small type is incorporated in consumer products, and even implanted in pets, for identification.
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Residents of Tampa sign in to have their pets microchipped.
Residents of Tampa sign in to have their pets microchipped.
Humane Society of Tampa Bay
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Radiograph of a cat with an identifying microchip located above the spine.
Radiograph of a cat with an identifying microchip located above the spine.
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