Twitter recently blamed a bug for IOS users’ location data accidentally being shared with an advertising partner. Only zip codes and cities were shared.
Popular third-party apps use your location data, even when they don’t disclose that, and the data can detect where you are within a couple of yards.
Once you update to iOS 12, your iPhone’s location can be automatically shared with 911 centers.
Your cell phone location could have been searched for free by absolutely anyone thanks to an online service. It’s everyone’s worst nightmare.
When you are online, your computer/browser gives your location away. Here’s how location tracking works over the Internet and how you can protect yourself.
If you’re concerned about your privacy, you might want to disable the location-sharing feature. Learn how to disable location sharing in various browsers.
When using Windows 10, you may encounter the “Your Location Is Currently in Use” message. This is what it really means and what you can do about it.
If you have images that do not have location data embedded, here’s how you can add a location to an image in Mac.
Do you want your Android phone to project your location out to the world? If No, here’s what you should know about your Android phone location settings.
Google stores a lot of information about you. If you want to prevent Google from recording your location history, follow these steps for Android and iOS devices.
Google came out with its own solution to help you find lost Android phones and tablets. This is certainly cutting into the business developers such as Seek Droid, Find My Droid and others. So, what is Google offering and can it compete with those existing apps in the market?
If you are moving out to a new location, or are just traveling to a new place and want to see if there are any good available job postings in the area, these five apps will help you search for jobs on the go. Check out these below five displayed job search applications for the […]
In Internet Explorer 9 (IE9), the default download location is the Downloads folder in your user profile. However, some (if not, most) of you donot like this default download location and are looking for the ways to change it. For me, I prefer to place all my downloads on the Desktop. This is how you […]
First there were Foursquare, Gowalla. Then Google join in with Latitude and Places. Now Facebook also wants to have a part of the pie. Earlier today, Facebook has released the Facebook Places that allows you to check in your location from your mobile device. Ever gone to a show, only to find out afterward that […]