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...as reviewed at popsci.com

    Originally posted by popsci.com
    The key to this project is the governments Enhanced 911 program, which will soon require all cellphones to transmit a GPS signal so that police can locate callers in need. So far, only Nextel, Boost Mobile and BlackBerry allow third-party companies to build software that uses that signal, but other carriers will follow suit this year.


Brought to you by the lovely mologogo.com created by two guys named "lemonhead" and "gravitymonkey".... wait, what?!

At any rate, if you'd like to track SOMEBODY with or without their knowledge here's your software download! I guess if the government can track me, it's no big deal if my wife can track me too.... Love ya, honey!



I wasn't sure what happened. Then I saw the train stopping up ahead. I thought, Holy crap dude, you just got hit by a train.'
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I believe this is being marketed as a feature for parents to keep tabs on their kids. Or maybe I'm mixing this up with a similar "service." At any rate, you still have to "plant" the "device" and I "think" I'll stop using "quotes."



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In honor of today's banner, and my first webcam, could anyone point me to a (hopefully free) QR reader, and/or some neat augmented reality QR codes?
- Mike Zeidler, QR Reader/Augmented Reality gizmos (2010)
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