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LBSzone Social Location Report - Waze, NAVTEQ, Mapquest making news Print E-mail
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Thursday, 17 November 2011

The weekly LBSzone social location news round-up billed as "The Social Location Report" was released  Nov 15, 2011... enjoy  

Welcome to another Location technology news update. A few tips to kick things off... To begin, a fun and interesting video captured recently at the Esri sponsored DevMeetUp Colorado event (Nov 3, 2011 in Fort Collins CO). From Bryan Noyle, DTS Agile, a cool and geeky discussion for geogeeks on why you should love html5. Bryan looks at the case for web services vs traditional mobile app development - enjoy! Another interesting tidbit as well from the Geo crowd as we offer up a short feature that puts your office to the "hit by a bus" test... what would you do if a key staffer got hit by a bus and couldn't show up any longer? How about a mobile app tip? GIS Kit & GIS Pro are loaded with powerful features to assist you in collecting & viewing field data. A custom mapping engine, precise drawing tools and integrated GPS functionality create a responsive experience that helps you add features to the map with ease and accuracy. Available now on the App Store.

A few Tech news items of interest that have been featured at LBSzone.com so far this week: Some interesting research as Cell Phones Approach Total Penetration Globally, With Smartphones Moving Toward Market Dominance - 58% are planning to make their next cell phone a smartphone; New Andromo App Maker Creates Quality Android Apps In Minutes - FREE - a tool to help with your Android dev experience; Central Parking Releases Proprietary iPhone App - app is FREE and includes information on parking throughout the United States. See more details in the links provided below...

Some fun, casual, and maybe a little Geeky updates of interest via the AnyGeo blog (blog.gisuser.com); A cool Map of Geotagged Articles and the Languages of Wikipedia - some questions on the data but still a nice start; Tool of interest, Ushahidi2ArcGIS - Ushahidi instance into ArcGIS; An interesting Ted Video - Liespotting Proven Techniques to Detect Deception; DevMeetup Colorado - Kas Osterbuhr on ArcGIS and EC2 (Video) shot on location in Fort Collins CO. Enjoy all the updates and please do keep us informed by reaching out to us at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or on Twitter @GISuser - have a great week! Have a great week all and be sure to check out our facebook page (facebook.com/lbszone) and follow along on Twitter @lbszone

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