New Generation of GPS Smartphones Generating Renewed Momentum for the LBS Infrastructure Industry

January 2009
Portable Design;Jan2009, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p11
The article reports on the findings of the industrial research conducted by ABI Research Inc. regarding global positioning system (GPS)-enabled smartphones. The research firm notes that these GPS-enabled smartphones are fueling interest in handset-based navigation and location-based services (LBS). Furthermore, the firm concludes that GPS is increasingly being complemented by alternative positioning technologies.


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