by Chris Bodenner
No, not theseThese:

[T]he vitamin-sized iPill boasts a microprocessor, power supply, drug reservoir with pump to deliver the medication, and a wireless transmitter to maintain contact with external medical equipment.  The “intelligent pill” is swallowed no differently than with a glass of water, but is able to measure temperature and acidity, and to accurately determine its position in the digestive tract in order to release the medicine precisely when and where it is needed.

Check out the cool demonstration on YouTube.

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