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While traveling, parents can use tracking apps to locate their brood on a map, receive alerts if children venture beyond a certain area and turn smartphones into walkie-talkies.
Authorities warned residents to be cautious after a mountain lion sighting was reported near Neary Lagoon and Felix Street on Friday morning.
Keeping extremely precise time is key to many modern technologies, from GPS to mobile phone networks and broadcasters' transmitters.
With schools out for the summer and many children out-and-about, parents are continuously looking for ways to keep tabs on their kids.
Smartphone thieves beware. If you steal an iPhone, the owner can track you. That's what a California man did when robbed of his laptop, iPhone and iPad , according to a recent court case .
Scientists who designed GPS tracking collars to study hunting cheetahs in Botswana have miniaturised them to track 50 domestic cats in a Surrey village for a BBC programme.
Losing your luggage on a flight could soon be a thing of the past after an airline developed a bag that is impossible to lose.
Luggage hasn't changed much in the last few decades, but there's hope on the horizon.
The programme has put 50 cats under GPS surveillance to find they are more likely to spend time eating at each other's homes than wander for miles Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
Ohio's auditor says the state can cut down on Medicaid fraud by verifying that home health care workers are where they say they are.
Cats in an English village showed a tendency to stay close to home after venturing outside, new GPS tracking data shows.
Authorities say GPS devices make it easier on them to find suspects and harder on those suspects to get away.