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You can track your kids on Halloween with smartphone apps

October 20, 2011 |  6:57 pm

Smartphones with GPS tracking features help people navigate, find nearby restaurants and inform friends of their whereabouts. They can also come in handy for parents worried about keeping tabs on their kids during Halloween.

A handful of smartphone apps enable parents to receive timely updates about where their youngsters are. Below, technology reporter Shan Li explains some of the popular apps on the market.


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-- Shan Li