If you’ve ever tried to follow a celebrity on Instagram or Twitter, you’ve probably heard about the feature that lets you track their activity.
But do you really want to track them in real-time?
According to the New York Times, there’s a good chance you’ll never use it.
According to New York’s Times, the social network is looking into a system that would let users “track and track” a person.
The Times reports that the system would use data from your smartphone or other devices that have “an eye on you,” like your microphone, or your phone’s microphone.
This could allow users to track the activity of your friends, but it also means that the social media giant would be able to use that data to track and track your friends.
If you want to use this tracking, you have to have your smartphone with an eye on the person and that is a phone that can be connected to the Internet.
The New York times report says this could be a phone running Android or iOS, or a Google Pixel or Pixel XL smartphone.
While the Times reports a test was run with a number of people using smartphones that have an eye tracking feature, it also notes that it would be more difficult to use the system to track someone than to track a person on their own.
The Times reports the technology could be used to track celebrities in the “last mile” of a celebrity’s social media activities.
According the Times, a new company called Sefl, which is based in the UK, has come up with a similar technology.
Sefl said it’s developing a tracking system that can track individuals and their interactions and could be integrated with Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook and other social media platforms.
The company told the Times it would not reveal details of its technology until it’s ready to launch, but the company is “looking at integrating this technology into a wider suite of apps for both consumer and commercial use.”