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Tile announced today that they are introducing a new lineup of Bluetooth trackers that boost finding capabilities, and will have a new ultra-wideband tracker and safety features to prevent unwanted tracking coming soon. These new trackers should give buyers a nice alternative to AirTags with full Android and iOS support. Tile has pioneered finding technology by building trackers that are for everyone and everything, with multiple form factors that can attach to almost anything right out of the box. The new lineup is no different and brings new features along with it. These features include their most powerful tracker to date, a lost and found feature that adds more finders, a new safety feature... Read more...
Well, that was incredibly fast. Apple released its AirTag trackers to retail less than two weeks ago, and someone has already hacked the tiny gadget. Security researcher Thomas Roth did the deed, as he managed to crack into the microcontroller and re-flash it with his own custom firmware, essentially resulting in a jailbroken AirTag. The tiny devices are clever and affordable ways of keeping track of items you really do not want to lose. They sell for $29 a pop (or $99 for a four-pack), and provide a private and secure way of finding lost items by leveraging Apple's immense Find My ecosystem. Users can see a lost item's last known location on a map, then when they are within Bluetooth range,... Read more...
After Siri spilled the beans earlier this morning regarding an upcoming April 20th special event, Apple today confirmed the news. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the event, called "Spring Loaded," will be prerecorded and posted on the Apple Event page for all to see next Wednesday. As usual, the event will start at 1 pm EST, and you can expect to hear from Apple CEO Tim Cook, Craig Federighi, and other Apple executives as they wax poetic about the next generation of "magical" products that will be available to consumers. Speaking of new products, here's a rundown of what could be announced next week. Fifth-Generation iPad Pros Might Adopt Mini-LED Display Tech The fourth-generation iPad... Read more...
One of the popular features of the Apple iPhone and other Apple products is the ability to use an online service called Find My iPhone if you lose the device, or if it gets stolen. IPad users can also use the service to find their tablet if it's misplaced. There are devices out there, like Tile, that allow users to find items that don't have online connectivity or find devices like smartphones and tablets if they are turned off and not connected to a network. Rumors have long suggested that Apple has a tracking device called AirTags. A reference to the AirTags tracking device has turned up in an Apple Support channel video on YouTube. The video referencing the AirTags was only online for a short... Read more...