By Jason Ankeny AmberWatch Mobile, a sub-brand of the not-for-profit child safety group the AmberWatch Foundation, announced at BREW 2007 the launch of a new mobile service that will provide GPS tracking capabilities to wireless devices in an effort to keep consumers and their families safe from threats like abduction and molestation. Scheduled for a September rollout, the AmberWatch Mobile service was developed by location services provider WaveMarket--the service will include text, voice, web and e-mail alert systems enabling users to contact family members in the event they need assistance. In addition, the service features â€œscheduled checksâ€ notifying parents when their children arrive home from school. â€œAmberWatch Mobile is designed to protect people in harmâ€™s way and to provide peace of mind,â€ said the AmberWatch Foundationâ€™s chairman and CEO Keith Jarrett. â€œWe are hopeful that this easy-to-use technology will be another tool that will prevent child abduction and other violent crimes before they happen.â€ During his BREW 2007 keynote address Thursday, Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs announced the company will donate 100 percent of its revenues earned from the BREW-based WaveMarket application to the AmberWatch Foundation.