The company's technology is now a feature of Android and iOS and the subject of a suit against Google. But Ted Morgan sees opportunity in new markets and Skyhook's patent portfolio.
Google has been accused of forcing Motorola to drop Skyhook's mapping technology for its own, as well as violating patents held by Skyhook.
CEO of the geolocation company says Wi-Fi is what you need to get your bearings fast, but GPS has a few uses too.
Microsoft collects and publishes the locations of laptops, phones, and other Wi-Fi devices without taking the privacy precautions that Google and Skyhook Wireless have, CNET has learned.
Google and Skyhook Wireless may have records of the physical location of your computers or mobile devices, CNET has learned.
Apple, Google, Microsoft, TomTom, and other companies collect and store their users' location data in varying degrees. Why do they do this, and should you care? And if you do, what can you do about it? We discuss this today with CNET's Declan McCullagh as well as with Ted Morgan, the CEO of Skyhook Wireless.
Skyhook's hybrid Wi-Fi/GPS location technology will soon be used in Texas Instruments chips for mobile devices to get more accurate location information.
Skyhook Wireless adds GPS to its geolocation technology so useres can get accurate location information whereever they are.
Apple: submit WiFi location information to Skyhook
Chipmaker strikes a deal with Skyhook Wireless to use its Wi-Fi positioning technology in its chips for mobile devices.