Lost In The Supermarket? A New Sensor Will Navigate For You Indoors

Sure, GPS helps us get from Point A to Point B, but what if you're just trying to find the Cinnabon? A new system from Fraunhofer allows for in-store (or in-mall) navigation and uses very simple senso

Geolocation’s Potential Heats Up With Geoloqi’s Battery-Saving Tech

<a href="">Geoloqi</a>, a name you may know because of the <a href="">mobile app</a> that once provided automatic Foursquare check-ins and geofenced reminder

First Android Dedicated GPS Unit Actually Looks Pretty Decent

Considering Android is getting on in age, it's surprising it hasn't been featured on more "miscellaneous" devices. Phones and tablets, sure, but we haven't seen many, say, DVD players or PMPs using th

Potternavi: Pioneer Announces 3G-Equipped GPS For Bikes

<a href="">Pioneer</a> yesterday announced the so-called <a href="">Potternavi</a> [JP], a GPS for bicycles that will be

New Garmin GPS Watch Has Shed Its Girth

It's interesting to chart the size and shape of fitness watches over the years. The first Garmins looked like protein bars melted to your wrist by this new one, the Forerunner 910XT, looks as svelte a

TC Tests The GeoMate Jr., A Geocaching GPS Unit For The Wee Ones

I just had the unique pleasure geocaching for the first time. I'd always been interested in the concept: someone hides something tiny in the wilderness and you use a GPS tracker to find it. However, t

Garmin To Buy Navigon

<img src="">Garmin Ltd. and Navigon AG just announced that the two companies have reached an agreement and a subsidiary of Garmin

NASA's Plan To Protect GPS Satellites? Hand Them Over To Homeland Security.

<img src="" />Why this is making a splash today, I can't really answer, but here we go. Nasa published a white paperin November that dis

FCC Approves LightSquared Frequencies, GPS Now In Danger

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Telogis Raises $2.9 Million More To Help Companies Manage Fleets, Reduce Emissions

<img src="" class="shot2"></img> Telogis, a location-based technology firm in Aliso Viejo, Calif. has raised another $2

New GPS System Boosts Accuracy To 3cm

<img src="" /> Existing GPS systems usually achieve an accuracy of about 10m, but that will change soon, according to a recent report in Ja

In Russia, Linux-based GLONASS GPS "iPhone" Follows You Oh, those Russians. Sistema, a mobile operator over in Putin Country, just released the first GLONASS/GPS phone in the country. GLON

Should The Government Have To Tell You About That GPS It Installed On Your Car?

<img src="" />Now here's a prickly issue: should the government have to obtain a warrant in order to slap a GPS tracking device on your car

TomTom Releases GPS Units Redesigned Inside And Out

TomTom is back and ready to sell its next generation of PNDs. The 4.3-inch Go 2045 TM and 5-inch Go 2505 TM are built around a new system that was developed by regularly monitoring traffic information

North Koreans Have a GPS Jammer

<img src=""> North Korea is apparently active jamming GPS signals using truck-mounted systems that overrun signals coming

ContourHD Announces New Camera With Built In GPS

<img src="" />The makers of the ContourHD camera just announced an update to their hands-free product, the ContourGPS. The CoutourGPS uses

Schools Now Tracking Your Kids' Bus Rides Using GPS

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Can The Government Track You Via GPS Without Your Knowledge Or Permission?

<img src="" />The government is coming after you! Run for the hills! Oh, wait, the government owns the hills! Shrill, yes, but there’s

Applied Geotagging: Where Locals And Tourists Shoot Pictures

These maps, by Eric Fisher, are the result of interpreting geotagging data for Flickr photos taken in popular cities. Red dots mean tourist photos, blue dots mean locals. Personally I don’t see

App review: TomTom for iPhone

<img src="" /> For the last couple of months I've been using the TomTom USA navigation app for iPhone. The big difference be
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