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Track cell phone location with GPS and Wi-Fi

22 December 2015
Track cell phone location with GPS and Wi-Fi

Track cell phone location (GPS, Wi-Fi)

Hoverwatch is our new app that can be enabled for cell phone location tracking using GPS and Wi-Fi. This software collects information about a phone’s location data and transmitts the necessary data to where its use may be of significance.

Wi-Fi hotspot signals as well as GPS systems which are close to the target device can be used to collect information regarding the phone location, but GPS signals are usually considered the most accurate. The advantage of using signals received from Wi-Fi hotspots is that less battery power is used and the method is also highly reliable in instances when the user of the targeted device switches the GPS feature off.

Apart from the pinpoint tracking accuracy Hoverwatch offers many other advantages. As many as 5 devices can be tracked at one account and signing up for this service is simple.

Users create a free account online by entering their email and a password of their choice. After having done this, the next process will involve downloading and installing the phone tracker installer that is available from the Hoverwatch account.

From the online account all the recorded data as well as phone geolocation can all be monitored with ease.

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How to track a cell phone location?

4 April 2015

Have you ever questioned ways to track a mobile phone? Perhaps you worry that someone may be tracking your mobile. With the developments and big strides in cellular innovation, we currently know we are being tracked.

Obviously a cellphone business knows precisely where you are at perpetuities. Well, a minimum of what they know is where your cellphone is. Apple, Inc was inspected by the media for tracking and keeping a record of all iPhone users. Many individuals feared they were being followed on their phone due to that privacy breach by Apple.

Tracking a mobile device is achieved via the use of a global positioning system, or much more often referred to as GPS.

Track cell phone location with GPS and Wi-Fi
Track cell phone location with GPS and Wi-Fi

A GPS or GPRS can easily track any mobile. Phone applications have reached the technological point where GPS tracks your every move. Your phone links straight to the satellite and beams back to you your location. If you want to track a cellular gadget, merely set up the software. The software application is suggested to track a mobile phone that has actually been lost or taken. At the very least, most would call it dishonest.

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Internet and children: parental monitoring software

13 November 2014

We are used to being calm and relaxed when our children are at home. We rightfully assume that they are safe here, away from the dangers of city streets, away from maniacs and crooks… They are in their room, browsing the web, learning new things… educating themselves.
However, this is exactly the type of situation when your child can be in danger. And it’s not about their slouching or bad eyesight. Things can get much worse.

What do we know about the Internet?
And what do we not know about the ways of protecting our children.

Statistics:

Every fourth child has seen porn on the web.
An innocent search query like “red pussy” can bring up results that have nothing to do with pets.

Every third has been psychologically humiliated online, and only 10% of them have told their parents about it.
Social networks are formed by a group of people, and its virtual nature does not make it completely harmless. Teenage media moved from school corridors to the vast spans of social networks long ago, so abusive messages and mocking can result in serious psychological problems and even catastrophic tragedies.

Eight out of ten children are ready to provide private information in exchange for products, services or access to information.
Fraudsters’ sites have learned to work with children. In exchange for products or services, they can fill out questionnaires with very personal questions, up to their parents’ credit card details.

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HOW CAN WE protect our children?

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