Radon360 writes: Engineer Isaac Daniel has developed shoes that have a tiny Global Positioning System chip embedded in them. He started working on a prototype of Quantum Satellite Technology, a line of $325 to $350 adult sneakers that hit shelves next month. It promises to locate the wearer anywhere in the world with the press of a button. A children's line will be out this summer.
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