The new AnyTrack GPS-100 tracking device from AnyData has been selected as a finalist in the CTIA WIRELESS 2007 E-Tech Awards, out of a field of more than 200 entries. They make GPS tracking possible for subscribers with a small beeper like device that can sit on a belt, in a car glovebox or pocket, briefcase or purse...
Users simply log in to AnyTrack's secure website and find the device's location anywhere in the USA...
Consumer electronics site Engadget notes that with the device's "built-in GPS antenna and CDMA connectivity, the GPS-100 doesn't even need to be outdoors in order to transmit data."
Plans start at $15.00 a month for the "lite user" who will get 15 uses a month, more active trackers/snoops may want a $20 subscription for 50 log ins...
available from http://anytrack.com/
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