Tag: locative

by Leslie Rule

At the Where 2.0 conference in May, Google announced Google News would be now be accessible and located in Google Earth. As Brandon Badger, Product Manager noted in his Lat Long Blog entry The launch of Google News on Google Earth is a milestone in the evolution of the geobrowser. By spatially locating the Google […] more »

by Leslie Rule

Seero, a new startup, is a “live on location,” geo-broadcasting online app that mixes gps and video streaming by broadcasting and mapping in real-time. With the service, you broadcast live video, geo-tagging the content in real-time as you go. If folks are logged on to the site, they can follow in you in real-time; or […] more »

by Paul Lamb

More and more cities are begining to offer digital maps to help tourists navigate their way around and locate points of interest via a mobile device. The city of Stuttgart, Germany for example, rents Stuttgart2Go – a Pocket PC device with GPS capabilities that allows a visitor to locate and map tourist attractions while on […] more »

by Paul Lamb

For those of you who attended the Consumer Electronics Show last week, you may have seen this new “TV Glasses” gadget that allows you to watch a movie played on an MP3 player or cell phone. It appears to be the next evolution of what began with the Walkman and personal digital devices toward the […] more »

by Paul Lamb

Here’s an interesting post about a mobile game called Amsterdam 1550 that was designed to teach local students about the old city of Amersterdam. “The game uses 3G cell phones and network to allow students to compete in finding answers to questions about the old city of Amsterdam, for history class excursion and assignment. Frequency […] more »