Maps aren't just for navigation. Here's how you can keep track of your trip and share the journey with friends by making interactive maps.
We round up a handful of GPS logger apps that record your position and path for fitness and fun.
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We show you how, with the help of free software, you can have all the benefits of GPS on an older, non-GPS camera.
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Every so often there is an app in the jailbroken market that reminds us about the limitations of the App Store. xGPS is one of those apps.
Google releases software that lets T-Mobile's G1 mobile phone use its GPS system to record where you've been and share the resulting maps online.
Latest version of Microsoft's online mapping service, Live Maps, includes exporting to GPS devices, improved 3D imagery, and MapCruncher integration.
Hard-core mountaineers, geocaching warriors, and neighborhood joggers can all benefit from this free GPS software for tracking routes and activity stats.
Manually tagging things is a pain and, if one doesn't have obvious geographical features in the photo, it may be hard to locate them exactly on a map. So--how about marrying GPS data to the photos? It's a sound idea, it's doable, but it requires a slightl