by John Lewis - Oct 02, 2018
These tips will help you ensure your safety. It is important to choose the right clothing and equipment, such as GPS, to make your outdoor experience breathtaking.
by Aigerim Berzinya and Bellina Bi - Sep 25, 2018
Stunning, surreal, otherworldly beauty? Check. Remote and rugged natural environment to accentuate Luke Skywalker's self-imposed exile? Check. Ireland's amazing coasts and islands featured prominently in the recent Star Wars' iterations of The Force Awakens and the The Last Jedi delivering some of most compelling scenes ever in the iconic franchise's history. Turtler pinpoints the exact spot of every filming location on the map.
by Aigerim Berzinya - Aug 08, 2018
Nicholas Horbaczewski and Matthew Evans talk about DRL, give advice to the next generation and intrigues us with the upcoming Season 3 on ESPN September 6, 2018.
by Aigerim Berzinya - Jul 19, 2018
Can I travel by myself? What if I get lost? I bet these questions are very familiar to ladies, who are thinking of traveling alone. Location sharing is one of the main tools to keep your families and friends updated on where you are. Here you can find advice from professional female solo travelers, must-have items in your backpack and recommendations on the most suitable GPS apps.
by Agness and Cez - May 24, 2018
Geolocation technology helps travelers explore the world and share their experience with the audience. No matter where you are going you can always find the best restaurants, parks and parking lots by using GPS tracking. Stay tuned.
by Aigerim Berzinya - Apr 25, 2018
There is a huge variety of GPS and Map applications in tech market. 26 professional bloggers share their opinion about location sharing and make recommendations in app improvements. Only 69% of interviewed travelers are satisfied with their current apps.
by Agness and Cez - Apr 23, 2018
Solo travelling has become safer and easier with GPS tracking. Safety and accuracy are the top priorities. In this article you will find the main features you need to follow when choosing your GPS device/app.
by Stephen Schroeder - Jun 02, 2017
With specialized tracking solutions, outdoor adventure organizers can track all participants, share their event with the world, enable fans to track individual users and give the fans a way to see a replay of the event. There are many different tracking platforms, but they all offer GPS tracking via specialized GPS tracking devices, or via mobile apps.
by Stephen Schroeder - Mar 24, 2017
Many outdoor activities like hiking, fishing and paragliding rely on geolocation data for navigation and safety. Some dedicated GPS units have built-in sensors that can do smart analysis for users, helping users asses potential bad weather, impassable terrains, no flying zones, etc. GPS technology has enabled users to plan routes ahead and come up with contingency plans, reducing unnecessary risks to allow users to focus more not only the actual physical exercise of outdoor activities, but also the natural environment they are adventuring in.
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Privacy & Security | by Aigerim Berzinya - Apr 05, 2020
Some governments are trying to increase surveillance of their citizens during the coronavirus pandemic. Other governments will try to banish encryption under the same pretense. Is this moral? More importantly, is this something we are ready to lose permanently when the pandemic ends?
Privacy & Security | by Aigerim Berzinya - Mar 05, 2020
After December 31, 2020, the UK will formally no longer be part of the EU. Brexit will have lasting consequences on many areas. The area we’re concerned the most is the (online) privacy of UK citizens.
Privacy & Security | by Aigerim Berzinya - Feb 05, 2020
Being secure online can be hard, especially if you’re using a multitude of devices and services. But today it is more important than ever to have your data secure since any individual can be targeted with malware, phishing scams, hacking attacks, and other forms of cyber-attacks.
Privacy & Security | by Aigerim Berzinya - Dec 13, 2019
Many Strava users were shocked by receiving an email from a Strava "lonely beautiful girl". What?