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'Significant' solar flare may affect communications, GPS on Wednesday

The sun emitted what NASA is calling a "significant" solar flare on Saturday that could affect communications systems on Earth on Wednesday. » zum Artikel

HereO's GPS watch tracks your kids anywhere they go

When I was a kid, I remember taking off on my bike on summer mornings and not returning until lunchtime (mmmm, bologna and Kraft singles). Sure, I had boundaries I was supposed to stay within, but my mom didn't have real-time knowledge of my location without calling around to a bunch of nosy neighbors. These days, all she'd have to do is strap a GPS to my wrist and track me with a smartphone app. » zum Artikel

Stop looking at your phone, start using this head-up display with Sygic GPS app

The turn-by-turn navigation features of modern smart phones are so good they've almost entirely replaced standalone GPS units. But in actual use, many drivers take their eyes off the road to check the map, which can be extremely unsafe. Even if you have a car mount to keep your phone in your field of vision, using it for navigation can still result in diverting your attention from the road, however ... » zum Artikel

Navman launches sub-$300 Android-based GPS and new cloud ecosystem

Dedicated GPS brands have been facing stiff competition from GPS-enabled smartphones. In a case of "if you can't beat them, join them", Navman has launched its Smart Eco cloud service, which makes use of smartphones and tablets as companion devices. » zum Artikel

Millions of Tinder users left open to GPS security flaw

A new flaw in popular dating app, Tinder, has left millions of users open to being tracked by anyone with a 'rudimentary' technical background. » zum Artikel

NHS England plans fines for GPs not using new e-referral system

GPs across England face being fined if they don't make use of a new e-referral system that is due to be launched by the end of this year, according to plans being developed by NHS England. » zum Artikel

NHS to start collecting patient data from GPs in two months

The NHS will begin delivering leaflets to 26.5 million households across England today, which explain that for the first time patient data will be collected from GPs to improve quality of care. » zum Artikel

Telstra partners with Securatrak for GPS tracking

Telstra has teamed up with fleet management provider, Securatrak, to offer business customers GPS tracking and management solutions for packages across the country. Telstra director of M2M and partnerships, Mike Cihra, said the partnership with Securatrak would see Telstra be able to offer customers comprehensive GPS tracking and management solutions for fleets of any size and location. » zum Artikel

EU Parliament approves €7 billion to complete GPS projects

The European Parliament on Wednesday approved €7 billion (US$9.5 billion) in funding to further develop and complete Europe's satellite navigation programs, including the Galileo and EGNOS projects. » zum Artikel

US court rules warrant required for GPS tracking of vehicles

A U.S. appeals court has ruled that police must obtain a warrant prior to using a GPS device to track a vehicle, deciding on an unaddressed issue in an earlier Supreme Court order. » zum Artikel

Why Apple's 'indoor GPS' plan is brilliant

Nearly a year and a half ago, I predicted that Apple was hatching a " secret plan to kill the cash register." Now that plan has a name: It's called iBeacons. » zum Artikel

Waitrose may bring in mobile GPS to track customers near stores

Waitrose is considering using mobile phone GPS technology to know when customers are close to stores to pick up online shopping orders. » zum Artikel

Navman MY450LMT car GPS navigator

GPS based navigation devices have become indispensable tools when driving in both familiar and unfamiliar territory, though in recent years users have had the option to use their smartphone devices to carry out the same task. In response to this, manufacturers such as Navman have stepped up their game and attempted to offer a more premium user experience than the one offered by the map app on a ... » zum Artikel

Google acknowledges Nexus 7 tablet problems with GPS, multi-touch

The new Nexus 7 may be the best tablet on the market right now, but only if you get one that isn't plagued with technical difficulties. » zum Artikel

TomTom launches GO 500, GO 600 GPS units

TomTom has introduced a new user interface to its top of the range portable GPS units in Australia. » zum Artikel

Spoofed! Fake GPS signals lead yacht astray

Researchers in the U.S. have managed to spoof GPS (Global Positioning System) signals to send a yacht hundreds of meters off course, while fooling the crew into thinking the yacht was remaining perfectly on course. » zum Artikel

Navman going monthly with GPS map updates

Navman has announced monthly map updates for its its new top of the range portable GPS unit. » zum Artikel

Surrey GPs use iPad dementia detection system

Surrey GP practices are rolling out an iPad-based patient memory assessment system to quickly spot signs of dementia. » zum Artikel

GPs open to sharing patient information, says survey

A survey of general practices' attitudes to the use of information technology shows that most are open to sharing patient information provided that appropriate security and privacy measures are in place. » zum Artikel

Bring your beater car into the 21st century with Magellan's SmartGPS

As more and more smart cars come online, perfectly good older cars start to look...old. You can bring some of that connected-car experience to your beloved beater with Magellan's new SmartGPS. It takes a different approach to in-vehicle navigation, combining a SmartGPS tablet with a free app and cloud synchronization to bring you all sorts of useful data while you're driving. » zum Artikel

Hospital opts for Wi-Fi over GPS in smartphone navigation app

Miami Children's Hospital recently launched a free iPhone app that uses Wi-Fi triangulation to help patients and their families find their way around the medical center. » zum Artikel

TomTom ditches Nike for new GPS sport watches

After partnering with Nike to produce the Nike+ SportWatch GPS, TomTom has decided to produce its own range of sport watches without any additional help. » zum Artikel

DARPA makes an indoor GPS chip that's smaller than a penny

GPS IS a godsend for people with absolutely no natural sense of direction. But sometimes, these people-tracking satellite systems don't work so well in a dense city, or worse--when you go anywhere indoors. » zum Artikel

Trax is a wearable GPS for your pets and little ones

When your smaller mammalian responsibilities wander, it may be wise to keep tabs on them. Wonder Technology Solutions (aka WTS) has come with a suitably diminutive, well, solution. The Trax (funding through April 12) should allow you to keep an intelligent digital leash on your children or pets. » zum Artikel

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Geotagging the easy way with Aperture 3.5

Even if your camera doesn't have GPS built-in, you can add location data to your photos using Aperture 3.5. » zum Artikel

More than 2m prescriptions processed since NZePS went live

More than 2 million prescriptions have been processed since the electronic prescribing system went live last July, says Shayne Hunder, programme manager, community eMedicines, for the National Medicines Programme. » zum Artikel

EROAD opens in Australia

EROAD has established its first office in Australia. » zum Artikel

Will Pioneer's new heads-up displays make roads safer

Pioneer updated its line of HUDs (heads-up displays), and it hopes the in-car gadgets will help keep drivers' eyes on the road instead of on a GPS device or other electronics. » zum Artikel

Deutsche Telekom and Rimowa's smart suitcases have integrated tracking

Deutsche Telekom's T-Systems have along with luggage maker Rimowa developed a line of suitcases with GPS, Wi-Fi and GSM to help users keep track of them. » zum Artikel


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The sun emitted what NASA is calling a "significant" solar flare on Saturday that could affect communications systems on Earth on Wednesday.
Für alle, die nicht nur gerne Sport treiben, sondern ihre Aktivitäten auch tracken möchten, bietet Garmin mit der fenix 2 eine neue Sport-Uhr mit GPS-Funktion.
When I was a kid, I remember taking off on my bike on summer mornings and not returning until lunchtime (mmmm, bologna and Kraft singles). Sure, I had boundaries I was supposed to stay within, but my mom didn't have real-time knowledge of my location without calling around to a bunch of nosy neighbors. These days, all she'd have to do is strap a GPS to my wrist and track me with a smartphone app.