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Civilian GPS is vulnerable to being spoofed—and researchers are looking for ways to ensure the signals are legit.
New trafficking software will enable drivers to find the quickest route to their final destination.
Phone app Waze uses real-time information shared by drivers to tweak its directions and traffic advice.
A Microsoft research project explores whether sensors in mobile devices could help us navigate without GPS.
Vibrating wheel tells you to when to turn—and is less distracting than visual and auditory cues, researchers say.
A new project collects traffic data from GPS-enabled cell phones.
GPS readings in cities and indoors can be terrible. One startup has found a novel solution.
Startup Navisens says it can find people indoors using motion sensors and math.
It features live traffic data and easy-to-use directions–but also has design flaws that betray a “beta” status.