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TweetSomething new for business from AT&T – AT&Tplans to pilot a new service that arms companies with the ability to confirm the location of participating customers who opt-in to advanced protection against fraud when they travel internationally.
TweetYesterday afternoon I took a trip to the BC Museum… not purely for fun (Ok, seeing the dinosaur exhibit was a blast! ) but I also went to test out some killer indoor positioning technology. Indoor positioning is a real … Continue reading
TweetEver wondered about how crowd-sourced services like Waze and others can monetize their offerings? Here’s some very cool information from Waze (think free, mobile, community sourced traffic data) on a new relationship with ABC 7 news in San Fran as … Continue reading
TweetOver the past year we’ve authored and published more than 100 feature articles on Social location, mobile app development, and location services. the following are some of my favorites that I’d like to share with you. Most of our articles … Continue reading
TweetTREASURE SQUARE is an interesting new mobile game for iPhone built on the Foursquare API that extends the simple checkin to a fun, adventure game experience. Using the app, the user connects via their foursquare user login and then begins … Continue reading
TweetHere’s details of what’s known as a Proximity Platform from Rococo Software (Ireland) . The dev team tells us about it… Developers can use LocalSocial to build proximity-enabled applications that can react when near to a person, device or business … Continue reading
TweetHere’s a nice look at how TomTom is using the user’s data to share traffic data and help the network of drivers. TomTom’s research indicates that it only takes 10% of drivers with TomTom’s HD Traffic service to create a … Continue reading
TweetAwesome news about an awesome app… RunKeeper (I use it to keep track of my runs using my iPhone 3GS) will remain free to download the Pro version for an unspecified time. According to the team’s blog, the overwhelming response … Continue reading
TweetInteresting news as CloudMade (think OSM, MapZen etc…) Acquires OneStepAhead… recall is was several months ago when CloudMade Raised $12.3 Million in Series B Funding (see http://www.gisuser.com/content/view/21070/2/). It was back in July 2010 when the company announced that the investment … Continue reading
TweetRecall a couple of weeks ago SimpleGeo announced details of the public Beta offering of their Context and Places services. Recall SimpleGeo Context provides relevant contextual information such as geographic boundaries, weather, and demographics for a specific location – obtain … Continue reading