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Installing a GPS tracker could save your bike from theft

More than just a guiding light for those of us lost in an unfamiliar location, GPS technology can also help you locate a stolen bike.


Planned wireless Internet network threatens GPS

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.


Faking of GPS data a growing and potentially lethal danger, expert warns

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.


Swift Navigation aims for pinpoint GPS to guide autonomous cars

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.


US Air Force to work on alternative GPS ground system

The US Air Force will continue work on an alternative ground control program and explore outside options to hedge against further cost spikes and delays on Raytheon Co's troubled ground control system for next-generation GPS satellites.


Blind French hikers cross mountains with special GPS

Five hikers, all blind or partially-sighted, crossed a mountain range in eastern France last week thanks to an innovative GPS system that developers hope can help millions of people with vision problems.


Mapping the whole country for GPS software

b>PETALING JAYA:/bNavigation software provider Aapico ITS Co Sdn Bhd plans to map the whole of Malaysia in order to offer an address-search feature in its Powermap Z9 navigation software for GPS (global positioning system) products.


A watch with GPS for explorers

Suunto has unveiled the Ambit, a high-performance watch with built-in GPS that's targeted at skiers, hikers, trail runners and mountain climbers.


Intel's newest RealSense camera doesn't rely on GPS to navigate

Intel has unveiled the new RealSense Tracking Camera T265, a stand-alone tracking device designed to help autonomous robots navigate – now without relying on a GPS.


South Korea says fishing vessels turn back after North disrupts GPS signals

North Korea's efforts to disrupt GPS signal reception in the South forced some fishing vessels to return to port on Friday.