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The Week contest: Microchipping company

This week's question: A Detroit man had a tattoo parlor implant a chip in his hand that unlocks and starts his Tesla. What would you call a company devoted solely to microchipping people who want to move through the world without keys, phones, or other portable devices?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Preacher watch

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "Silicon Valet"

Tim Nicholson, Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

SECOND PLACE: "Tag! You're It."

Marcus Richardson, Picayune, Mississippi 

THIRD PLACE: "Armed Fobbery"

Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Whereables"

Chet Kittleson, Kenosha, Wisconsin

"Skintel"
Hunter Burgan, Los Angeles, California

"Micromanagers"

Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana

"Auto Body"

Raven Deerwater, Mendocino, California

"Handroid"

Margaret Lawrence, Eureka, California

"I'mplant"

Art Rodia, Southbury, Connecticut

"Sync'dIn"

Philip Schroeder, Aurora, Colorado

"Underware"

Lidia Zidik, Reading, Pennsylvania

"Under My Thumb"

Dan Martaus, Austin, Texas

"Me-Z-Pass"

Jeff Dubin, Harleysville, Pennsylvania

"Lock It To Me"

Chris Madsen, West Allis, Wisconsin

"Byte Me"

Kathryn Gauthier, Chicago, Illinois

"Finger-Clicking Good"

Catherine Huckaby, New Iberia, Louisiana

"Touch & Go"

John Argeropoulos, Marquette, Michigan

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