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SmartThings Find now lets your friends and family help locate your lost devices

It’s never really fun when things go missing. Whether you’re a “where's my keys?” type of person or “where’s my phone?” type, finding misplaced items can be irritating and time-consuming. It always feels like we’re fighting a losing battle. And yet, many of us keep misplacing important stuff over and over. This is where Bluetooth...

Get a Samsung Galaxy SmartTag for just $15 (50% off) right now

Much like Apple's AirTags, the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag is a Bluetooth tracker that can be attached to objects for easy locating with a phone or tablet. The Galaxy SmartTag usually costs $30, but now you can pick one up for just $15. That's half off the normal price, though you'll need an Amazon Prime membership...

You can now buy the Galaxy SmartTag+, basically AirTags for Samsung Galaxy phones

To get ahead of the Apple AirTags news cycle, Samsung announced the SmartTag+, a more powerful successor to the SmartTag launched earlier this year. Following a short pre-order period, the SmartTag+ is now available from Samsung and Amazon for $39. What separates the SmartTag+ from the original model is the updated location tracker features ultra wideband...

Samsung’s SmartThings Find can scan for unknown Galaxy Smart Tags

Samsung launched the new Galaxy SmartTag alongside its flagship Galaxy S21 series earlier this year. The Bluetooth-enabled SmartTag helps you easily find misplaced items, like your wallet, keys, etc, using the SmartThings Find feature in the SmartThings app. While the SmartTag's capabilities make it a great buy for those who often misplace such items, it...

Galaxy SmartTag+ adds UWB for AR locating, goes on sale next week

Samsung released the Galaxy SmartTag alongside the Galaxy S21 series earlier this year. Much like other smart tags from Tile and other companies, it's designed to be attached to personal items for locating using a smartphone or tablet. Samsung previously teased an upgraded model with more connectivity options, and it seems we won't have to...