As kids demand cellphones and any other gadgets and gizmos at younger ages that means more companies are making software and devices to keep them safe. SafeKidZone is a cell phone-based personal security network that has a built-in panic button of sorts. In case of an emergency or danger, at the press of the button simultaneous alerts will be sent to a select group of friends and family if your kid is in trouble. SafeKidZone will launch first in California where they will be working with the California PSAP to coordinate services and will eventually be expanding into other states. There are three levels of safety and each one retails from $4.95, $9.95, and $14.95 a month – meaning the more you pay the more features will be available to you.