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Appnotech reviews: Applications for dating would be vulnerable to cyber attacks

In line with celebrating the day of love this year, Appnotech reviews a new analysis by the security unit of IBM, which found over 60% of dating applications to be potentially vulnerable to a variety of cyber attacks resulting in personal information of users and company data being jeopardized. 404 more words


Is Waze for you?

As of 2013 Waze has a complete base map for the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Israel (claimed to be the best map for that country, South Africa, Colombia, Ecuador, Chile and Panama, and the company has plans to complete maps for other countries in Europe and elsewhere. 329 more words


Knowing Where You Are

Grand pop would be amazed

It knows where I am
To me, a certainty
Of knowing where I am not

The GPS does not paint with poetry… 14 more words

A deeper look at Waze

Waze is the new traffic and navigation app that started fifteen month ago. This app is used not only to indicate your current and final destination but also gives alerts when a police man is approaching or accidents happening close by. 286 more words


Waze: A new way to... find your way??

Sick of the GPS app on your phone, or not fulfilled by Apple of Google’s map offerings? Try out the Waze GPS app. Waze was created by Israeli startup group Waze mobile in 2009 and was acquired by Google in 2013. 348 more words


NICE antibiotic guidelines ignore locum GPs

The Armageddon of antibiotic resistance is upon us.  Leading antimicrobial expert David Cameron has warned of a world of ‘medical dark ages’ unless action is taken. 591 more words


Indoor navigation, a new frontier…

Here at MapData Services we like to push the boundaries of spatial technology. An exciting area at the moment is indoor navigation and mapping. We’ve got a long history of developing… 366 more words