Jan 222011
 January 22, 2011  Posted by  Surveillance

Mark Davis reports:

Garmin’s newest device, the GTU 10 personal tracking unit, offers buyers a broad slate of uses — as well as the potential for abuses.

Introduced at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this month, the product represents a new market for the Olathe-based maker of navigation devices.

Instead of telling you where you’re going, Garmin’s GTU 10 tells you where it has been. You attach it to something, or someone, you’d like to keep track of and check for updates using your cell phone, computer or compatible Garmin device.

Read more in the Kansas City Star

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