For kids, lying about their whereabouts is about to get waaaay harder.
There's a new gizmo on the market that allows parents to know when and where their kid is -- at all times. Here's how it works: a parent stashes a portable GPS tracker in their kids' backpack or teens' car. Then, from any computer, you have a bird's eye view of where your child is at all times, with updates every 10 seconds. You can even watch a playback of every single place they've been for the last 90 days.
The PT-10 tracker ain't cheap -- it's $349, with a monitoring fee of $39.99 per month.
Would you LoJack your little one?