GPS Satellites Are The Future

Posted: Jan 29 2007, 1:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:52am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
GPS Satellites Are The Future
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2007 is the year that GPS will lock on to European phones. "GPS has been in the domain of the early adopters to date, but in 2007 it will come to the masses," said Marcus Dacombe, head of product marketing at handset manufacturer Nokia.

As GPS technology advances eventually we will have a turn-by-turn navigational system, including maps with points of interest. Other possibilities will include location-based advertising, mobile blogging, location-based games and services that will allow you to geo-tag photographs with their locations.Professor Raper of geographic information science at London's City University states, “Time and place are the two most fundamental systems for framing our lives.”

GPS latched on to phones will soon be the necessity.

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