Tech By on Jan 24, 2014
It’s a pain to lose or forget things. Like Grandpa Simpson, just how many times has he gone missing? If Homer clipped a Bringrr tag onto poor ol’ Abe, there’d be one less recurring sketch on The Simpsons.
Bringrr is both an app and hardware. There’s two parts to the hardware, a car charger which acts as home base and Bringrr tags. Any items you want to bring when you go out, just tag it with the Bringrr tag.
Once you start up your car, Bringrr searches for all tagged items. It’ll notify you if anything’s missing. Meanwhile, the app checks to see if your phone’s in the vicinity.
Think of all the things you can tag. Wallets. Backpacks. Pets. Girlfriends and boyfriends. Anything you need to keep an eye on.
Tech By on Jan 17, 2013
Losing stuff just became a whole lot more enjoyable. i’m Here ($170) is a GPS tracking device that can be put in a car, piece of luggage, or a wandering child’s pocket. Just make sure that child is yours or else there could be some legal action involved. The integrated SIM card accesses the global GSM mobile network to transmit its position and then you’re good. It also figures to come in handy for runners who can use it track their zigzagging route they take while jogging deep into a spooky forest if they live near a spooky forest.
Gear By on Oct 18, 2011
It’s hard enough keeping tabs on everyone in your life, but with the Tagg Pet Tracker, keeping tabs on your pet is one less thing to worry about. The Tagg Pet Tracker monitors your pet’s location by using an innovative combined GPS, wireless technology. If Guinness ventures away from the designated “Tagg Zone,” this tracker will alert you with an email or text. The Tagg operates on Verizon’s networks, so you can feel confident your little Maximus is covered. Pet lovers know you can’t put a price on your pet’s safety, so keep Butch safe and sound, all for just $200.