The most common devices track your whereabouts, from your smartphone to your car.
Here’s how they do it. 1.
Mobile devices track you on your phone, tablet and desktop.
These devices are commonly known as “mobile phones,” and they’re the devices most commonly used for driving.
The iPhone is the most popular smartphone, with more than 2 billion devices worldwide.
Android phones are the most widely used, with almost half a billion devices in use worldwide.
Wearables track your movements.
These wearables include smartwatches, smartwands, fitness trackers, and even wearable glasses.
Bluetooth-enabled smartwalls track your movement using wireless technology.
Bluetooth Smart technology makes it easier to connect to devices such as smartphones and smartwares.
It also makes it more convenient to navigate and check in with friends.
Smart TVs track your activity with motion sensors.
This technology is used in smart TVs and other smart home products.
Bluetooth speakers track your location by emitting sound waves.
Smart phones and smart watches can detect your heart rate and breathing.
Bluetooth speaker devices track heart rate, breathing, and motion.
Smartwatches and smart home gadgets use Bluetooth sensors to track your home and business locations.
Smartphones can monitor the time and location of your appointments.
Home automation systems can automatically schedule your appointments, check your e-mail and social media posts, and control your thermostat.
Smart home devices can read your voice messages and text messages.
Smart smart speakers can control your home.
Smart speakers and other connected home devices are smart enough to play your favorite music and even control your lights and thermostats.
Smart TV streaming services can read and playback your favorite TV shows, including your favorite episodes.
Smart phone apps can track your heart rates, breathing and movement.
Smart wearable devices track the motion of your head, hands and face.
Smart fitness tracker devices track motion in the air, in the gym and at home.
Smart thermostaters can read the time in your home or on your smartphone.
Smart wearables track sleep and wake patterns.
Smart video games can read voice messages.
Smart lighting devices can control lights and heat.
Smart cameras can capture videos of your face and hands.
Smart speaker systems can listen to music and control lights.
Smart doorbells can listen for an incoming call.
Smart watches can monitor weather conditions, listen to notifications and control the lights.
Smart televisions can monitor your smartphone screen.
Smart lockers can read messages and make a phone call.
Smart refrigerators can turn off the water, ice or electric, and can open your fridge and freezer.
Smart car speakers can turn on the air conditioning, and turn on a light.
Smart security cameras can watch and record everything.
Smart cars can automatically detect and lock your car, and your friends.
Smart doors can open automatically and lock automatically.
Smart locks can unlock automatically, and lock with a fingerprint.
Smart lights can turn green, amber and red.
Smart alarms can automatically turn on and off.
Smart microphones can read words, sentences and phrases.
Smart headphones can play music and play audio messages.
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Smart toys can detect touch, feel and sound.
Smart earbuds can hear sounds and control objects.
Smart computers can connect to the Internet and make computer commands.
Smart homes can control the home and the Internet.
Smart appliances can control and monitor appliances.
Smart robots can do everything from taking pictures to cooking.
Smart electronics can read instructions and turn lights on and on. 46.
Smart jewelry can detect the movement of a ring, and open and close the lid.
Smart sunglasses can detect light and dark, and light up. 48.
Smart tablets can read texts and make phone calls.
Smart washing machines can wash clothes, diapers and baby formula.
Smart air conditioners can control a home thermostater and thermos.
Smart laundry detergent can wash diapers, baby formula and other household items.
Smart printers can read documents, send emails and take pictures.
Smart camera cameras can take pictures, make phone and video calls, and read text messages and other messages.
Smart music players can play your music.
Smart ovens can cook foods.
Smart water heaters can heat water.
Smart alarm systems can turn lights and fans on and stop them.
Smart windows can lock your home when you’re away.
Smart computer screens can read information, display images and make videos.