Friday, March 17, 2017

This smart wallet tells you when you’ve been pickpocketed

Wallets haven’t changed much over the years. I mean, they exist to do precisely one thing – hold our money, credit cards, and coins. How do you innovate there? If you were to ask the makers of the Woolet 2.0, the answer is simple: shove a load of electronics in them, introducing the ability to track your wallet and get notified when it leaves your vicinity. It sounds like something that’d belong on the Internet of Shit – but it’s actually really clever. There are two different Woolet 2.0 models, each containing the same standard features: a Bluetooth LE radio, a six-month…

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