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Arne Hess

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The time where GPS was used by inbuilt car navigation and some outdoor sporties only is long time gone, today every high-end smartphone includes a GPS receiver, slowly moving into mid-range mobile phones as well. And many smartphones either come with a navigation software preloaded or, if nothing is available, in most cases a version of Google Maps Mobile is available. Nevertheless, all the GPS use is pretty much a one-way communication where a mobile phone receives the GPS data of the current position, process it and shows it on a map. But users cannot share this location in an easy and convenient Web 2.0-styled, way.

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#2

GPSUser

I'm too lazy to register

Good idea! Maybe Google reads your suggestion and put it into Google Maps!


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#3

Mobile Worker

I'm too lazy to register

Second the idea!


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