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GPSで追跡できる超小型の忘れ物防止スマートタグ「TrackerPad」 - CNET Japan

忘れ物を防止するスマートタグに、GPSで追跡できる強力な新顔「TrackerPad」が登場した。現在クラウドファンディングサービスKickstarterで支援募集中だ。<p>TrackerPadは、直径10mm×厚さ3.8mm、重さ1.6gの超小型GPSタグ。背面が粘着性のあるシートになっていて、財布や鞄、自動車、自転車、ペットの首輪、子どもの持ち物などに貼り付けておける。プリペイドSIMが内蔵されており、管理サーバと通信して紐付けられたスマートフォンに位置情報などを送信する。<p>GPSで位置を特定できるので、置き忘れたときにスマートフォンアプリで場所が調べられる。盗まれた時に追跡することも可能だ。あら …


On Sunday, the 2014 Winter Olympics officially came to a close. Over the past two weeks athletes from 88 different countries competed in Sochi, Russia, before thousands of fans. Spectators and athletes alike captured some of Sochi 2014’s finest moments, from The Opening Ceremony to life in the Olympic village and from the events themselves to, finally, the Closing Ceremony. The Closing Ceremony celebrated Russia’s rich artistic heritage, with references to Kandinsky and Chagall, music by Rachmaninoff, Rubinstein, and Vladimir Horowitz, as well as Ballet from the Bolshoi. As the games came to an end, Sochi officially passed the torch to South Korea for 2018. To view more photos and videos from the Sochi Winter Olympics opening ceremony, tap the blue location text above and browse the #Sochi2014 hashtag. Photo by @shannagan


Sochi 2014: 10 best agony and ecstasy pictures at the Winter Olympics

From the heartbreak of defeat to the joy of winning gold, the emotions of these Olympians are laid bare for all to see. Here are the most emotive shots from the Games thus far