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Moto makes lost keys and phones a thing of the past

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
November 19, 2014
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Motorola isn't done releasing small yet convenient accessories this year, apparently. It just unveiled the Keylink, a Bluetooth key fob that helps you find both your smartphone and your keys. If you lose your phone between the seat cushions, you can push a button on the Keylink to make it ring from as far as 100 feet away; if your keys disappear, you can use Motorola's Connect app to make the Keylink sound off. It plays nicely with both Android phones and iPhones, and it'll also serve as a trusted Smart Lock device if you're using Android 5.0 Lollipop -- you may never have to unlock your phone so long as your keys are nearby. The Keylink is relatively costly for a narrow-purposed device at $25, but the price might be justifiable if you periodically misplace your gear.

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