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Well, now we’re going to need to start checking to see if common everyday products are transmitting radio frequency signals through our homes.

Sunday’s LA Times had an article about an explosion of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi transmitting chips going into anything that can contain a battery and a transmitter. Thermostats, tennis rackets, home entertainment centers and more are all being designed to constantly feed information to the user’s smart phone or tablet with the intention of improving performance, health and happiness.

I don’t have wi-fi or a cordless phone or a wireless printer and I don’t want any wireless in my home. Yet it could now be in almost any consumer product.

If you are aware of consumer products that are transmitting, you are welcome to list them here, along with products of the same type that are not transmitting.

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