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Indoor location technology brings Internet-style tracking to physical spaces.
A startup called Iotera wants to let you track your pets, your kids, or your belongings without relying on commercial wireless networks.
A Microsoft Research project offloads data and calculations to save battery life.
An algorithm can better predict your future movements by getting a little help from your friends.
Researchers believe an Android smartphone is the key to creating a low-cost, autonomous drone.
GPS readings in cities and indoors can be terrible. One startup has found a novel solution.
Civilian GPS is vulnerable to being spoofed—and researchers are looking for ways to ensure the signals are legit.
Startup Navisens says it can find people indoors using motion sensors and math.
Smartphones are digital “Swiss Army knives” that do just about everything. Can the world’s leading GPS company survive?