GPS Trackers in case of emergency

We live in the age of social media. Facebook and Twitter have their benefits, but with them come concerns.  How do you keep the private parts of your life genuinely private, and what constitutes an invasion of your privacy?  Are GPS Trackers safe? When does complete privacy matter, and how many of us would give […]

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Halloween Safety – GPS Trackers

You’ll feel proud when you see your kid all dressed up in their Halloween costume ready for Trick or Treating. Last year you were leading your little zombie around the block, now they’re going it alone with their friends. It’s exciting for them, but all parents worry when their kids are out alone after dark. […]

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How a Map Pin Could Save Your Life

How a GPSTracker Map Pin Could Save Your Life. We live in the age of social media. Facebook and Twitter have their benefits, but with them come concerns. How do you keep the private parts of your life genuinely private, and what constitutes an invasion of your privacy? When does complete privacy matter, and how […]

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Why having a mobile phone won’t help you in an emergency.

UK Startup GridLocate says “Having a mobile phone doesn’t guarantee you can be located in case of emergency.”. “Despite the majority of us having GPS enabled smartphones, less than 1 in 20 people have a reliable way to locate their loved ones in case of emergency or concern. We still rely on SMS or phone […]

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You’ve Just Gifted an Android to Your Daughter…Now What

Any daughter would love to receive an Android as a gift, and you’ve just made it happen! No doubt you saw an excited expression as she unwrapped her new gadget? Hopefully, you also caught it on camera. This is one gift that she won’t be forgetting any time soon! Whilst your daughter gets to grips with […]

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New Samsung Galaxy? Don’t Lose It!

You shook the box, didn’t you? You couldn’t help yourself. That brightly-colored wrapping paper was just so tempting! Luckily, those smart phones are a little more durable than some people would have you believe. It coped well not just when you shook the box, but also when the family puppy found it. And now it’s in […]

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Sharing your location could save your life

We live in the age of social media. Facebook and Twitter have their benefits, but with them come concerns.  How do you keep the private parts of your life genuinely private, and what constitutes an invasion of your privacy? When does complete privacy matter, and how many of us would give out some personal information […]

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Missing Children: Why Your Phone Could Be Your Best Friend

Missing children. It’ll never happen to us. My daughter is smart. She’d know how to handle herself in the event of an emergency. My son is always with his friends. They’ll look out for one another. The newspapers inflate the figures for dramatic effect. Children don’t really go missing very often. We live in a […]

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Caring for Elderly Parents in the Modern World

Are you a member of the Sandwich Generation, spreading your time between your own children and caring for elderly relatives? It’s exhausting, emotionally and physically. Your day might start with the school run, followed by a shopping trip to buy some groceries for an elderly parent. You might need to drive a relative to their […]

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