Samsung Electronics has unveiled the Galaxy SmartTag2. This new addition to the Galaxy SmartTag series introduces improvements in design and functionality, offering users enhanced ways to keep track of their belongings.
Apple Airtag and Apple Find My are great ways to keep track of many things except for a wallet. This little guy is a wholesome 8 mm thick. I cannot imagine what a wallet will look like with this shoved inside. Enters AirCard. From Rolling Square, AirCard does what AirTag does, complete with Apple Find …
The classic Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone is making a comeback. However, it is not back to entertain toddlers 12 to 36 months of age. It has returned as a Bluetooth device for grown-ups, to be paired with a smartphone so you can use it to make calls like the good’ol days.
Bluetooth tracking has been around for years. However, it has only gained real traction in recent years, thanks in part to major companies like Apple and Samsung also dipping their toes in the market. Speaking of which, here’s another player in the market.
In addition to the new colorful iMac and new M1 chip-powered iPad Pro, Apple has also announced other new products. These includes new purple iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini, the next-generation Apple TV 4K, Apple AirTag, and Apple Card Family.
This is not a re-post. Samsung has indeed revealed a new Galaxy SmartTag, simply called Galaxy SmartTag+, just months after launching its first Bluetooth tracker, SmartTag.
Always find yourself misplacing stuff? Fret not because, Samsung Galaxy SmartTag is here to help you to locate what have been misplaced. Bluetooth-powered tags have been around for many years now – so is the associated service of helping you to locating your things that have been tagged. However, Galaxy SmartTag is a tad different.
The mention of Bluetooth-enabled tracker, it brings to mind keychain-style, or credit card-style tracker that slips into your wallet. Well, that’s before Tile Sticker came along, or at least it is the case as far as the granddaddy of Bluetooth tracker Tile is concerned.
Being old does not mean you should go out of fashion. That being said, a safety device like a panic button shouldn’t look like it is one. It should look like the Trelawear Life Safety Pendants. These pendants blend style and safety offered by a sophisticated emergency response technology.
This is OmniFob by the team who brought to you the SLIDE keychain. OmniFob is like an electronic (or digital, if you will) keychain that lets you open or turn on anything from the garage door to door to lights. It really is like a keychain, except there are no physical keys involved.