Google Spanner in the Works with GPS and Atomic Clocks

Via superhydrophobic coating vs superhydrophilic and OLED Displays The ubiquitous Google have recently published a paper outlining their plans for a System they call “Spanner” which will synchronise each of their huge data centres around the planet in real time. As one of the planet’s largest companies with a huge amount of data stored aorund … [Read more…]

Crowdsourced GPS Health Data? GPS Enabled Inhaler: Can It Warn You of Impending Asthma Attacks?

Via superhydrophobic coating vs superhydrophilic and OLED Displays Here’s a potential application of GPS technology that’s novel. Croudsourced GPS data for health. Imagine if your kids never had to use their inhaler again.  Making that happen is simple: 1. Make their respiratory system stronger. 2. Keep them away from poor air quality with high polution. … [Read more…]

GPS Bug: Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. How to Fix it.

Via superhydrophobic coating vs superhydrophilic and OLED Displays It’s just been reported if if you’re using a Samsung Galaxy Nexus and you’re on Android 4.1.1 aka Jelly Bean, you’re GPS will not work frequently. To test if you’re effected, simply go to Google Maps and check your GPS shade… if it says “searching” you’ve got … [Read more…]

Hackers and Stalkers Can Find You: GPS Security Bug in iPhone 4, 5, iPad and Samsung

Via superhydrophobic coating vs superhydrophilic and OLED Displays Ralf-Philipp Weimann, of the University of Luxembourg, reported that your smart phone, iPhone 4, iPhone 5, iPad, or Samsung can be hacked remotely at the Black Hat computer security conference in Las Vegas Wed July 25th. If you unintentionally downloaded and installed software with malware in it, … [Read more…]

GPS in Medicine: Prostate Cancer Treatment with Minimal Side Effects By Virginia Hospital Center

Via superhydrophobic coating vs superhydrophilic and OLED Displays In a next-step advancement incorporating GPS technology by the Virginia Hospital Center, prostate cancer patients can experience far fewer side effects. By using what’s called rice grain sized “Beacon transponders,” the new Calypso System Virgina uses allows radiation to be accurately and precisely delivered to cancer cells … [Read more…]

GPS in Medicine: Prostate Cancer Treatment with Minimal Side Effects By Virginia Hospital Center

Via superhydrophobic coating vs superhydrophilic and OLED Displays In a next-step advancement incorporating GPS technology by the Virginia Hospital Center, prostate cancer patients can experience far fewer side effects. By using what’s called rice grain sized “Beacon transponders,” the new Calypso System Virgina uses allows radiation to be accurately and precisely delivered to cancer cells … [Read more…]

Hackers and Stalkers Can Find You: GPS Security Bug in iPhone 4, 5, iPad and Samsung

Via superhydrophobic coating vs superhydrophilic and OLED Displays Ralf-Philipp Weimann, of the University of Luxembourg, reported that your smart phone, iPhone 4, iPhone 5, iPad, or Samsung can be hacked remotely at the Black Hat computer security conference in Las Vegas Wed July 25th. If you unintentionally downloaded and installed software with malware in it, … [Read more…]

GPS Bug: Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. How to Fix it.

Via superhydrophobic coating vs superhydrophilic and OLED Displays It’s just been reported if if you’re using a Samsung Galaxy Nexus and you’re on Android 4.1.1 aka Jelly Bean, you’re GPS will not work frequently. To test if you’re effected, simply go to Google Maps and check your GPS shade… if it says “searching” you’ve got … [Read more…]