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Ultrasound tech gets TVs talking to smartphones

It's now fairly common to see TV shows directing us to websites for more information, or telling us what number to text in order to cast a vote. A group of Korean entrepreneurs, however, are looking to make such processes even simpler. Their Soundlly system transmits an inaudible ultrasound tone along with TV broadcasts, which allows users' mobile devices to serve as interactive "second screens.
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