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A phone can locate you indoors to within a few paces by combining Wi-Fi signals and the jolt of your footsteps.
Nobody knows how to get around a city like a taxi driver. A new method for creating online maps taps into that expertise.
A phone application highlights hot spots and will soon show where different urban “tribes” gather.
Microsoft’s latest operating system makes it easier to integrate location detection with other services.
A cell phone service guides users to nearby bargains–sometimes.
Continuous GPS stations in Greenland could improve our understanding of melting ice sheets.
New cell-phone software tries to connect shoppers with nearby products.
New software lets people build their own GPS-enabled games and tours for portable devices.