Child-tracking devices for parents

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(KTVI) - Every parent worries about keeping their kids safe and now technology is making that easier.

Katie Nagus with AT&T shows off several new devices on the market that are designed for young children and another that can help with teenagers.

Some of the devices:

  • Amber Alert GPS - Has a two-way voice calling and SOS button. It is designed for kids between 2 and 10 years old.
  • FiLIP Smartwatch - Tracks where your child is and sets up "safe zones."
  • Car Connection - Plugs into your teen's car to tel you where they are, how safe they are driving and can even disable texting from teen's phones while the car is in motion.
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