When you take a wrong turn, your GPS may not be to blame

Human error is responsible for most of the problems users experience with GPS systems. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan. The turn-by-turn instructions of GPS-based navigation systems, ingeniously designed though they may be, can't always save us from ourselves …See all stories on this topic » Brisbane Times Google Alerts – intitle:gps -intext:Gap -intext:GP -intext:health -intext:doctor Note: Newswire […]

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A-GPS vulnerability could let hackers track your location, take over your phone

Tweet. Tweet. smartphone gps hack. As the global adoption of smartphones has reached impressive levels during the past couple of years or so (with absolutely no sign of stopping anytime soon), it is surely not surprising to see that hackers have turned …See all stories on this topic » Android Authority Google Alerts – intitle:gps […]

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GPS vulnerability could allow hackers to track, take over smartphones

A GPS weakness could allow hackers to remotely track smartphone users, or even completely take over mobile devices, University of Luxembourg researcher Ralf-Phillip Weinmann reported last night at Black Hat. Instead of directly using GPS satellites …See all stories on this topic » Google Alerts – intitle:gps -intext:Gap -intext:GP -intext:health -intext:doctor Note: Newswire stories are […]

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