Google Location History Dashboard Follows Wherever You Go
May 26, 2010, 2:45 PM by Philip Berne
Google today launched the Google Location History Dashboard. The online mapping service tracks your Google Latitude Location History from your Android phone and shows you where you travelled, and where you stopped along the way. The service is opt-in, so it won't track you unless you ask. Google Latitude does not require GPS to work, the service can track your location by Wi-Fi signals, or less accurately by cell tower location.
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I don't understand
Maybe for kids to keep a eye on them, but what else?
It is a fun OPT-IN app, it is good for those the think it would interesting to see the tracks they leave. For you not so much. Every app does not need to serve a purpose outside of highlighting what google and fr...
Wow! Ground breaking innovation
And this program for phones hasn't been availabl...