Wacom’s second generation of its Windows Ink stylus offers some refinements that should make it better and more reliable than before.
The Tracker competes with Tile, but instead of Bluetooth, Sprint’s device uses 4G LTE, GPS and Wi-Fi location services, so it can be used to track things, people or pets that might travel a significant distance away, compared to a range of 100 ft to 300 ft for Tile (depending on the version). The Tracker is manufactured by Coolpad and users need to pay $2.50 per month for 24 months to cover the cost of the device, plus an additional $5 per month to connect it.
AT&T and Verizon both launched LTE trackers over the past year and Apple is also rumored to be working on a tracking device that connects to iPhones, based on an asset package for pairing devices by proximity spotted in the first beta of iOS 13 by 9to5Mac.
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This move comes after a series of high-profile EV fires from Tesla and NIO.
Where there’s meteoric smoke, there’s cloud cover.
It’s about half the size of a sedan, and for now it needs a chase car with a babysitter. For now.
Redmond had stopped selling the laptops last month after the US blacklisted the Chinese tech giant.
The toys could just keep on playing forever and ever.