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Sprint Family Locator will continue to include unlimited location requests for up to four phones and access to the service from a computer and any Web-enabled Sprint phone for the $5 monthly charge.
com) announced its plans to debut its Zoombak Universal GPS locator at RetailVision 2008, the leading technology event for consumer retailers.
Through the convergence of Global Positioning System (GPS), digital wireless technologies, and Wherify's patented technology, the miniaturized, wrist-worn locator offers a tested and proven safety solution that gives parents peace of mind knowing they can locate their children, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
patents granted in the areas of personal location and position tracking and four more patents pending in the area of GPS locator phones, Wherify Wireless continues to be a leader in location technology development by integrating Aided-GPS location into a GSM cellular platform that has been demonstrated on over 100 GSM networks world-wide.
Source One as one of the nations leading mortgage lenders will be participating in the first Loan Locator module mortgages.
The XRS R9G offers the added benefit of a GPS locator -- the first of its kind in the United States to be paired with a radar detector.
The Locator electronically directs buyers and specifiers of products and services to local manufacturers and suppliers, which significantly boosts the economic growth of this region," said ANN regional manager Karie Kruse.
Emergency Locator Beacons represent a core competency and key growth market for Digital Angel and its subsidiary Signature Industries.
First launched in South Korea and Japan, personal locator services are not well-entrenched yet even there, but on a conservative forecast could reach 34 million Asia-Pacific subscribers by 2011.
In addition to the Locator, ANN also operates IndustryNET, an on-line news service featuring new developments in computers, automation and manufacturing technologies worldwide.