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Mar 05, 2012, 12:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Put simply, it allows local conditions such as temperature, movement or sound to be used to trigger responses such as sending notifications to Facebook, or Twitter, or to carry out local actions such as taking a picture. It can also notice remote events such as the arrival of an individual on Xbox Live, causing a light to turn on in the user's house.

"The basic device includes a temperature sensor and accelerometer but other sensors can be added for motion, light, humidity and even distance; webcam, microphone and WiFi modules are available."

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