• Company’s GPS tracks Cars : TheThe owner of an air-conditioning company wants to track his employees on the road. A parent wants to make sure his teenager doesn’t speed when the kid is out alone. An auto dealer wants to prevent theft of cars on the lot – and retrieve a car quickly if one is stolen. Read more     December 06, 2006
  • Sarnoff researchers tout GPS fail-safe system: Researchers at the Sarnoff Corporation in Princeton, New Jersey claim to have built a better GPS system, one that’ll never fail, even when confronted with impenetrable obstacles like tall buildings, tunnels, and for the spelunkers among you, caves. Read more     December 06, 2006
  • Tracking Small Planes with GPS : The last quarter-mile of Corey Lidle’s fatal flight in Manhattan went unrecorded by radar. GPS technology could allow more precise accident reconstruction. Read more     October 16, 2006
  • Honda GPS with Weather Info and Social Networking : Drivers in Japan will soon be able to receive real time weather updates at their present location or destination. Read more     October 16, 2006.
  • GPS Is Coming To Your Mobile : The concept of a GPS receiver inbuilt into your mobile phone is a smart one – so why don’t we have one yet? Well, we may not have to wait much longer as 25 percent of WCDMA (3G) handsets will offer GPS by the end of 2008, claims a recent study by US-based ABI Research. Read more     October 16, 2006.