mydaigo In the News


Financial Post Article - 8 holiday gifts for on-the-go technology leaders

December 08, 2015 James Daigle

Mydaigo, $29.99 It’s amazing how often we put things down and absent-mindedly forget about them. This little gadget isn’t quite the equivalent of strings on mittens, but when you attach the transmitter to an object, be it a phone or a backpack, as soon as you’re separated from it by a configurable distance, the receiver fob beeps to let you know. Available online, or at Home Hardware. Click Here to see full article via Financial Post Tech Desk Online  Thanks to Lynn Greiner (Freelance Journalist) 


Glace Bay father and son marketing new electronic gadget

October 31, 2013 James Daigle

MyDaigo – a take on the last name of Harold and James Daigle – is a patented product that is attached inconspicuously to expensive toys such as laptops, tablets or smartphones.
It works by attaching a transmitter to an object like a laptop while the user keeps hold of its matching receiver, which is the size of a remote car starter. MyDaigo sends out an alert if the item of value is left behind by mistake....