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Topic # 9071 16-Aug-2006 20:09
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any suggestions for a good mobile app? a project for school...

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  Reply # 44153 16-Aug-2006 20:11
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for what platform?



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  Reply # 44233 17-Aug-2006 16:21
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s60.. maybe 3rd...

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Reply # 44289 18-Aug-2006 19:04
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They say sex sells

Might get alot of interest



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  Reply # 44290 18-Aug-2006 21:32
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johnr: They say sex sells

Might get alot of interest


wow...


so location based service is still the best way to go... damn.. my country is not into gps so i have to stick with cell id based applications... how does time of arrival work? does the phone company have to support this method?

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  Reply # 44292 19-Aug-2006 01:04
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what do you mean your country is not into GPS?

GPS is satellites covering (pretty much) the entire planet, and is not country specific.

GPS relies on nothing on the ground.




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  Reply # 44318 19-Aug-2006 12:25
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ok.. maybe that's not the right term or phrase for it... there are only a few softwares that supports or have a map of our country.. and it's pretty expensive to have a gps device... it's not common either... not many are experienced in gps...

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