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Sprint Announces Open Location Development Platform

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Dec 17, 2008, 9:23 AM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Dec 17, 2008, 9:32 AM

Today Sprint unveiled VeriPlace, a new set of tools that third party developers can use to create location-based mobile, Web, WAP, SMS and widget applications for Sprint. The tools use the same base software that is used by Sprint's Family Locator Service, so it maintains security and privacy, while also giving developers what they need to write location-enabled applications. It also reduces the difficulty of certifying applications that use GPS, triangulation and other location services.




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Dec 17, 2008, 10:37 AM

what is sprint doing?

All these things that are coming out are just a big waste of money. STOCKS ARE DOWN!!! Sprint is so stuck on targeting businesses that its driving the company into the ground. You just cant jump into the business channel without having a good customer base first. They need to work on gaining individual liable lines before they try hitting all these companys. These business owners are going to the companys that thier families are at, not just someone who has something thier not gonna use anyways. I wish they would get the opinions from the people on the front lines, the sales associates. Cause when store managers report to higher ups, they lie to cover thier a$$e$ 👿
How is releasing a set of tools to 3rd party developers a waste of money? Sprint will not be developing them so they spend nothing. These are basically the same tools used to dev. the Family Locater so any cost that Sprint has were used for a previou...
They are just getting desperate cause they keep loosing business so releasing the tools into the open allows them to try and focus on something else... Perhaps on retaining the existing business and attracting new customers...
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