Personal Beacon System Can Automate Your Life
Whether you want to know if your kids are headed home or need Pandora to switch on when you approach your car, a small gadget is at your service
A new device out of British Columbia might bring tech-enabled lifestyles one step closer to full-on Jetsons-like automation; with a small, oblong personal beacon in their pockets, highly connected users may soon be greeted at day’s end by well-lit, warmed homes with freshly brewed coffee in the air and celebratory tweets sent into the ether — all triggered by simply opening their front doors.
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