A GPS — global positioning system — is only as good as its maps, and maps are only part of an overall platform that comprises time and location data, speed limits, traffic, safety cameras, points of interest, photographic or graphic representations of intersections, etc. For want of a better term, it’s the metadata that makes an average GPS great.
Despite all the talk about smartphones taking over from PCs for many common tasks, local research shows people are still more likely to use their computers.
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I don't know what not to believe in anymore.
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