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KOTA KINABALU: A proposed RM7mil global positioning system (GPS) for earthquake monitoring in Mount Kinabalu may have saved lives if it had been implemented by the federal government.
An American researcher has developed a camera that mimics the way shrimp see, providing an "underwater GPS" that may improve ocean studies and rescue efforts of those lost at sea.
BEIJING: A prefecture in China’s restive Xinjiang region has ordered all vehicles to be equipped with GPS-like tracking software, police and media reports said Tuesday, as authorities step up an “anti-terrorism” campaign.
b>WASHINGTON:/bA new, ultra-fast wireless Internet network is threatening to overpower GPS signals across the United States and interfere with everything from airplanes to police cars to consumer navigation devices.
Although originally developed by the US military (and being used extensively in various military operations worldwide), GPS is now used all over the world by professionals, civilians and hobbyists alike as tools for map-making, land surveying, commerce, scientific uses, tracking and surveillance, and so on.
With a plethora of location-based services hitting the market, GPS appears to be an essential feature in today's digitally driven world. But GPS data can be used to create serious problems if control falls into the wrong hands, an expert warns.
The rising costs of healthcare are influenced by many factors, most of them not within the control of your neighbourhood general practitioner (GP).
Most GPS receivers are accurate within a 5- to 15-foot radius – the size of an above-ground swimming pool. That's enough to find the nearest Safeway or Starbucks, but would be a disaster for self-driving cars or drones.
SIBU: The four Sarawak parties which left Barisan Nasional on June 12 to form Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) have promised to return to BN and help it form the next Federal Government should they win enough seats in the next elections, according to a viral video.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal regulators have granted a Virginia company called LightSquared a two-week extension to report on recent tests that aimed to determine whether its proposed high-speed wireless broadband network would cripple GPS systems around America.