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The tiny tag that keeps track of your valuables

Tech entrepreneur Lapo Ceccherelli has developed a six-millimetre-wide tracking device that can help you find a lost smartphone or set of keys. When the Filo Tag is attached to valuables, users can press a button on the accompanying smartphone app and the tracker will ring if it is less than 80 metres away – within the Bluetooth range. The tracker has three other functions. If you lose your phone, you can press a button on the front of the tracker twice,

 

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