I see a great potential for some one to track their cheating spouse by slipping one in their pocket or some other out of way place
At first I thought parents will want one to hide in their teenager's car. Just the same, thieves will find a way to exploit this too. But the range of the tile is only 50 - 150ft as Dave said. But I bet Tile 2.0 will have a much larger range. Yep, spy gear for the average nerd.
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