Losing things really bites. Technology is finally starting to help out with real world problems like where you put your keys at and whether or not you left your umbrella in a café. The TrackR is a small device that can help you keep all your personal belongings present and accounted for.Read More
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OK, so there are hundreds of smartwatches out there, but they all force you to carry around a smartphone in order to get all the goodies working. That’s not a problem, but sometimes you just want to go for a run or workout and stay as light as possible. In that case, who wants to lug their phone around with them?
Losing your direction out on the road is annoying and can be potentially dangerous, especially if you’re late for a date with the better half. So it’s probably best to always have a handy GPS with you. But what about if you’re going out on a bike ride, you’ll need much more than just a GPS device, you probably also need a road assistant to help you get over all those bumps and humps.
Losing a pet is heartbreaking. There’s almost nothing worse than when your dog runs off and you’re stuck wondering whatever became of them. Did they find another home? Did something terrible happen? With the GPS Pet Locator from PocketFinder, you can help keep this from happening.
Just because you’re an adventurer doesn’t mean you have to be reckless, right? Because there are old adventurers, and there are stupidly bold adventurers, but there are not so many old, stupidly bold adventurers.
Travelling abroad is all well and good until you get lost while exploring. Let’s face it, it can be pretty tricky finding your way around in a foreign country, and while it’s fun going out on long walks, keeping track of the way back to your hotel can be a bit difficult for some. And impossible for others.
GPS products may be going out of evolution, but they’re still useful in various specialist applications. Those devices designed for trucks come to mind, but there’s also a good case for bicycle GPS units, which cater for the specific typ of routes where cars don’t go.
As a full blown helicopter parent, there’s no way you can put a price on keeping connected with your offspring. Who knows what they could be getting up to, out there in the wilds all alone. Never mind the bands of roving Justin Bieber fans, itching to snatch up the last remaining sanity of our loved ones, there’s also teh new mobile internets, which gives them far too much access to local pizza joint information for their own good.
Have you ever wished that you could have an implanted GPS chip in your body, to help you stop getting lost at awkward times? Y’know, like when you’re late to that meeting and your phone is in your case on the back seat of the car and you’re sure the place is around here somewhere, but was it that last left turn or the next? Well we’re not quite to the point where implants are a reality (but hey, it won’t be long,…
The massively popular GPS network has spawned a lot of different applications, but none more dodgy than the security tracking business. Whether it’s businesses wanting to track their employees, spying spouses or law enforcement bugging suspects, there’s been a lot of money made out of the ability to follow someone’s traces in real time.