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One App Can Help You Maintain The Free Birds In Aquatic Industry

The aquatic industry is full of free birds. The trainers or lifeguard workforce join with facility providers on contract basis or temporary basis. Most people are not permanent hence; they do not worry much about their work. 469 more words


Garmin Fenix 5: Beta Firmware Ver. 9.53 Adds GALILEO 'GPS' Support -- And That Is BIG.

by Anura Guruge

Just announced today. Pretty significant in that Garmin now offers Galileo ‘GPS’ on the just released Fenix 5 Plus family.

Though I have not experienced it myself (or more to the point know any better) a LOT of people have been complaining about GPS issues with the Fenix 5 — though mainly when trying to get GPS in cities with a lot of skyscrapers blocking the signals. 74 more words

Anura Guruge

Clam Farmers in Ghana Love GPS

Photo: Tim McDonnell /for NPR 
Samuel-Richard Bogobley holds a GPS-enabled tablet to capture the location of one corner of an underwater clam “farm.” Collecting data is the first step in protecting indigenous livelihoods. 508 more words

Supreme Court: Warrant generally needed to track cell phone location data

The Supreme Court on Friday said the government generally needs a warrant if it wants to track an individual’s location through cell phone records over an extended period of time. 131 more words


Garmin Forerunner 645 Music smartwatch launched in India

Neighbourhood Technology Desk: Smart wearables maker Garmin India on Thursday launched “Forerunner 645 Music” — a global positioning system (GPS) enabled-running watch with built-in music and on-device music storage for over 500 songs. 79 more words


Stolen bike heaven exists. We found it in Casablanca. - VanMoof

Aside from being a supreme pain in the ass for our riders, theft is the biggest reason people buy crap bikes. That’s why we assembled a crew of Bike Hunters to track down every single stolen SmartBike. 17 more words