If you're one of those people who forgets to turn off their mobile phones when they are in a meeting or (even worse) at a conference, you should look at this sensor study that Intel has been conducting.
Although still at an early research stage, the chipmaker aims for a small sensor on your hip to be able to tell what you're doing: walking, sitting, standing, jogging, you name it. The device has eight sensors to measure anything from movement to air humidity and ambient light.
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