Launches its mapping application for iOS devices
Wireless will help define the characteristics of the technology
Apps, smartphones and alternative indoor location technology should bring mobile closer than ever to unlocking the true potential of LBS
Not enough to take the edge off Apple's leadership
An experiment with Google's Latitude mobile positioning application sheds some insight into how the provision of context, presence and location is evolving.
The onset of 4G is spurring efforts to develop software-defined radios that can help make devices network agnostic. The first major testing ground could be white-space spectrum
The market for GPS-enabled mobile devices will grow rapidly over the next four years, from an estimated 163.9 million shipments in 2007 to almost 572 million in 2012. Until recently this market was d
3G network trials during the first half of the year have brought opportunities for location-based services (LBS) in China but challenges still exists, according to CCID Consulting.
ARCchart gathers opinions from wireless professionals on how they see the market developing over the course of 2008