Wednesday, 26 March 2008
iPhoneFAQ about the release of a third party software for the iPhone on 19 March: “GeoPedia takes advantage of geographic positioning functionality, like those introduced in iPhone firmware 1.1.3, and provides iPhone owners with a Wikipedia feed customized to their current location.”
“The usefulness of GeoPedia to traveling iPhone owners (which we all are, in a sense) is easy to imagine. Have some time to kill after a business meeting in an unfamiliar city? Let GeoPedia and Wikipedia provide some fodder that might lead to some interesting excursions. Exactly how well GeoPedia works is yet to be seen, but the idea is a good one, and so far users are reporting some pretty impressive results.”
Source and picture: http://www.iphonefaq.org/archives/97405
Via Slashgeo and Wikipedia Blog
Sunday, 24 February 2008
SonyEricsson recently announced two handsets with GPS built-in, which shall be rolled out from Q2 2008 on:
- C702 CyberShot with locaction-based imaging services (geotagging) and Google Maps
- W760 Walkman with Google Maps, Wayfinder Navigator and “a GPS-supported fitness application called Tracker that can tell you how fast, for how long and how far you ran (or walked!)”
Wednesday, 19 December 2007
Germany-based company locr states that their software for Symbian S60 phones is available at Nokia’s EMEA download site – in a press release for instance via inar.de. locr offers a community and a software for geotagging photos.
www.locr.de | http://www.locr.com/index.php?lang=en
Thursday, 13 December 2007
“Digi-Guide” is another GPS-PDA-Guided-Tour-Rental-System. This one is for Paris and available in French, English, German, Spanish and Italian. The tours can also be downloaded for “Only €0.99 the Tour”, a pocket PC application is provided for free.
A promotional video clip (French) is available.