to "The Entire History of You"? ["...uncomfortably close to our reality, giving us a glimpse of a world populated with technology we understand that’s driving extreme behavior we nonetheless fully recognize within ourselves." AV Club]
Well, maybe it is. Apparently there's been a lot of Internet scare-mongering about RFID being "the mark of the beast," "the Antichrist's technology" etc. Let's not get carried away.
On the other hand, enhancement lends itself to all kinds of fanciful speculation about a rapidly-transformative and frightening future. My favorite fictional treatment (and it's all pretty much still in the realm of fiction, isn't it?) is Richard Powers' novel Generosity: An Enhancement. It imagines a familiar world unhinged by the promise of (and desperate demand for) genetically-enhanced happiness. It's a world no longer sated by the old pre-enhanced pursuit, a world where enough (as Bill McKibben so presciently put it, before turning to saving the environment) is never Enough.
But more on that later. "Justice" calls.