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TrackR - A Device Beacon That Crowdsources Your Lost Stuff

There are lots of different device trackers on the market. I've looked at the popular Tile device but found that it was really hardware subscription service and the Chipolo which is a neat alternative. This time, I'm taking a look at the TrackR, a device tracker that can also crowdsource the location of your lost devices. More »      
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