Chinese tech giant, Tencent has developed a new wearable meant for your kids that will hopefully prevent them from ever getting lost. The QQ watch features a 1.12 inch 128x128 OLED screen, built-in 2G radio, a 0.3-megapixel camera and can send out a panic call if needed. It will feature highly accurate location tracking by using GPS, WiFi and cellular triangulation.

The phone also connect with popular Chinese messenger app WeChat and can receive photos if your child happens to get lost. The battery is said to last up to five days, and the watch is said to be built rugged and priced affordably. It will launch in China in October and be out internationally before year's end.

Source: Engadget