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Skyhook Will Provide Core Location for Some Moto Androids

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Apr 26, 2010, 12:53 PM   by Philip Berne

Skyhook has announced that it will provide its Core Location service on a number of Motorola's Android devices. Different from the default Google software, Skyhook's system also uses data from Wi-Fi hotspots, in addition to cellular towers and GPS satellites. Skyhook's service is also used on other smartphones, notably the Apple iPhone.

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