In this week’s Android customization post, we look at how to use Android Device Manager to locate a missing phone, and how it can protect you and your data.
This week’s Android customization is a little device security using Tasker. We build intrusion detection to help you keep track of who is accessing your device, from where and when.
Magellan Navigation has just announced a GPS tracking device meant specifically for truckers. The device allows for multiple different driver logins, customized routes and much more.
As a part of Location Services, GPS is a still a major culprit in poor battery life on your Android phone, our Android customization today uses Tasker to get a grip on things. While there is little that can be done without root, we still take a stab at it, what do you think?
These days most people use Google Maps or Apple Maps but are always curious what their navigation app options are. In this list, we’ll show you the best!
A lot of people ask us about the best way to get offline maps for things like hiking. From now on, we’ll be including BackCountry Navigator on that list.
Android users that trust Google with tracking their location can view the history of the logged data minute-by-minute on Google Maps.
Many people are unaware that photos can contain geo-location information, and that this data can be read by anyone when you post an image on the Internet. You do turn off GeoTagging on your phone?
After a plethora of complaints on the Google Product Forums, the Nexus 7 (2013) is getting an update to fix some frustrating multi-touch and GPS issues.
Google, continuing in the spirit of surreptitious, over-the-air core app updates in lieu of new Android firmware, completed its global rollout of Google Play Services 3.2 today.