Evado Filip announces ‘world’s smallest’ location device to track children and control their phones

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Evado Filip has announced the VivoPlay, “what is believed to be” the world’s smallest location-tracking device that’s designed to help parents and children keep in touch. The device uses GPS, Wi-Fi, and GSM to display the location of children, it and allows parents to control the messages and calls they can make via a smartphone app. The company says the device is intended to give parents better control over the messages their children send and receive from others, to reduce cyber bullying, sexting, and text message charges. The device allows parents to pre-authorize up to five phone numbers for children to call or text, effectively pre-screening their communications.

Evado Filip says that the water-resistant, flexible device can be…

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