How to track gps on a cell phone google maps

 

This week in GPS  is a weekly link roundup of (mostly) GPS related odds and ends, from  GPS Tracklog  and other places around the Web. This week’s featured image is from the recent study that TomTom released, which shows that we’re all spending way more time sitting in traffic than ever before. Read it, and other GPS-related news below. read more

RVs can be a lot of fun, but if you've ever taken a road trip in one, then you know that RV drivers have completely different needs than your average … read more

TomTom, a Dutch company that has become known more for its mapping and navigational solutions recently, has announced that it will be adding new … read more

How to track gps on a cell phone google maps

The Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite program wasn't just designed for acquiring correct directions to a particular location. It was also set up so that people like yourself can accurately track the location of your loved ones. The available methods, however, differ based on the type of phone you possess and the type of provider with whom you're registered.

AccuTracking is a paid service that enables individuals to track the status of a Windows Mobile, Blackberry, iDEN, or Android mobile phone in real time. The service provides the exact locations of the device, providing the speed and direction of travel. The service claims to be a low-cost child locator, ideal for concerned parents who are on a budget. Account holders log into the secured web server and view the phone's position using a Google Maps style layout.

Some major cellular service providers in the United States offer location-based tracking for their mobile customers. For instance, AT&T , Verizon and Sprint all offer GPS tracking for both families and businesses. The phone's location is constantly updated and then transmitted to an interactive map that the mobile account holder may access from the Internet. Upcoming features include the ability to track friends and families directly from a social network like Facebook.

This week in GPS  is a weekly link roundup of (mostly) GPS related odds and ends, from  GPS Tracklog  and other places around the Web. This week’s featured image is from the recent study that TomTom released, which shows that we’re all spending way more time sitting in traffic than ever before. Read it, and other GPS-related news below. read more

RVs can be a lot of fun, but if you've ever taken a road trip in one, then you know that RV drivers have completely different needs than your average … read more

TomTom, a Dutch company that has become known more for its mapping and navigational solutions recently, has announced that it will be adding new … read more