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Tharsus’ wearable device Bump is a Personal Motion System designed to help people understand the way they move around a workplace and when they interact. (Image: Tharsus)
As the world is trying to reopen after a lengthy lockdown due to COVID-19, tech companies are using gadgets and apps to make the process smooth. Temperature screening British telecommunications […]
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