How I Hacked Amazon’s $5 WiFi Button to track Baby Data
Ted Benson

I would be willing g to pay anyone that could modify one of these buttons to request an uber from my static home address. I would to just push it as I’m heading out and have it make the uber request such that just a glance at my phone would tell me how long until I got picked up. I normally enter the address once in the car so it could feasibly work since it would be the exact same request everytime I pushed the button. Pick me up from 123 abc road. Any takers?

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