Smart Spaces refer to the use of location-based applications in an indoor or outdoor environment, to provide an interactive and informative experience for the user with the surroundings. Presently, the location-based applications market includes mobile applications for mapping, navigation, transport updates, traffic reporting, parking availability and location-based advertising.
Archives for November 22, 2013
Google Play is now a little more tablet friendly. The Android maker on Thursday announced that the Google Play store now includes a category called “Designed for tablets.” Tablet users will see the category as their default view in top lists but can still switch the view to all apps and games.
Qualcomm Collaborates with Samsung to be First to Employ China’s BeiDou Satellite Network to Enhance Location-Based Mobile Data and Services for Smartphones — BeiDou Support Augments Qualcomm’s Industry-Leading Location Portfolio; Qualcomm IZat Location Solutions Shipped in More Than 3 Billion Devices to Date
Sprint is now the lowest-Rated carrier in Consumer Reports’ latest annual cell-phone service Ratings, based on a survey of 58,399 subscribers by the Consumer Reports National Research Center. While it trailed only Verizon in overall customer satisfaction among the major carriers in last year’s ratings, Sprint received dismal marks this year for value, voice, text […]