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Feds push for tracking cell phones

Justice Department is expected to tell federal appeals court, in first case of its kind, that no warrant is required to obtain previous location data.

By February 11, 2010


A new way to track Alzheimer's patients--or your kids

The plain black wristband EmSeeQ, released this week, uses cellular location tech to help law enforcement and emergency responders more quickly track "wanderers."

By October 17, 2009


Police Blotter: E911 rules aid police in tracking cell phones

Court order lets Homeland Security obtain precise location data from T-Mobile about customer's movements in real time.

By February 8, 2008


Cingular switches emergency phone gear

Cingular Wireless will try to meet federal E911 guidelines with different technology than the one it had originally planned to use, exposing the wireless carrier to possible FCC fines.

By December 17, 2002