GPS Tracking Alternative — For the Infirm

Wow, months go by and I don’t see anything new in this area and then bang, bang, news of new devices comes out on the market. Last post I detailed a very neat and compact GPS child finder (which would also work very well for an individual of any age who tends to wander.)  Today, thanks to the New York Times Gadgetwise Blog I came across this alternative system: The idea of using an electronic device to monitor the movements

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GPS Tracking and Teens — Recommendations

I get a lot of searches on "Tracking Teens" and "Teen GPS" so I thought it was time to do a comprehensive rundown on the subject. It’s certainly a hot item these days.  One of the first issues that always comes up is privacy and legality.  These amazing days parents seem to have to live in fear of their children suing them.  Of course, parents who let their teens get in trouble also are often in a legal bind as

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GPS Child Tracking — Keep Them Safe

I’ve been actively in the GPS industry for more than 10 years now. Long before it was practical to track even large vehicles using GPS, let alone small children. For years now, people have been asking me where they could find a simple, afforadable system to track their child with.   There have been some on the market, but mostly theyhave been too heavy, too exspensive, too limited in range or features … and most of all, just too darn hard

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