1. Samsung wants to make sure nobody’s tracking you with its SmartTags  The Verge
  2. Ahead of AirTags, Samsung’s SmartThings Find can now locate secretly-placed SmartTags  9to5Google
  3. Evolving for the Better: SmartThings Ecosystem Gives Galaxy Users Better Control Over Their Connected Devices  Samsung Global Newsroom
  4. Upcoming SmartThings update lets you know if you’re being tracked  SamMobile
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Samsung is announcing that, starting next week, users will be able to search nearby for SmartTags that could pose a potential privacy risk. The company will also let users find their own tags using Bixby.You’ll also be able to ring tags with Bixby.

Samsung wants to make sure nobody’s tracking you with its SmartTags - The Verge

Samsung — which already launched a competing SmartThings Find service and two products — touted how many devices it has in its network...Samsung — which already launched a competing SmartThings Find service and two products — touted how many devices it has in its network...

Samsung SmartThings Find can locate unknown SmartTags - 9to5Google

SmartThings Find network reaches 70 million helper devices, introducing features for added convenience and privacySmartThings Find network reaches 70 million helper devices, introducing features for added convenience and privacy

Evolving for the Better: SmartThings Ecosystem Gives Galaxy Users Better Control Over Their Connected Devices – Samsung Global Newsroom

Samsung will soon release a new update for SmartThings designed to enhance user security and add voice commands to SmartThings Find via Bixby Voice. - SamMobileSamsung has announced two new exciting additions to its growing SmartThings platform, designed to enhance user safety and provide easier access to the SmartThings Find feature via Bixby. Indeed, Bixby

Upcoming SmartThings update lets you know if you're being tracked - SamMobile