Qihoo today released 360 Child Guard, a GPS tracking bracelet. Like most GPS trackers, 360 Child Guard locates where the one wearing it anytime and can display the course on the app in your phone for any given period of time.

A special feature with it is you can call the gadget and listen to the sounds around it, telling whether your kid is in a safe environment. It also can record a 15-second clip after you send a command.

360 Child Guard claims it can, using machine learning, automatically tell whether a place is safe for your child and would alert you when he or she is near to an area the gadget judges as unsafe.

It works with iOS or above, and Android 2.2 or above. The price isn’t disclosed yet.

Qihoo has rolled out a pair of wireless routers. Some Chinese Internet companies don’t want to be left out by the appcessory trend. Baidu launched several pieces, too. Baidu also wants to sell its cloud platform to appcessory developers that recently set up a website featuring smart gadgets who are using it.

Tracey Xiang is Beijing, China-based tech writer. Reach her at traceyxiang@gmail.com

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