Autonomous vehicle developers are testing self-driving cars on public streets, but don’t expect to buy your own just yet.
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NightSide – Hiawatha Bray, Author Of “You Are Here: From the Compass to GPS, the History and Future of How We Find Ourselves”
BOSTON (CBS) – Part of the reason we were all so fascinated by the recent disappearance of the Malaysian flight is that in today’s world, we are surrounded by devices that can pinpoint our exact […]
Thanks to smartphones, more and more drivers have access to GPS units and turn-by-turn directions. A tourist from Arizona says his is partly to blame for a very close call.
He wound up driving his rental car onto a set of railroad tracks in Webster, after the GPS told him to turn down an alley. He says both the alley and the tracks were covered with snow.
Some Boston Police officers are worried about GPS devices will soon be installed in cruisers.
According to the Boston Globe, department administrators say the system will mean faster response to calls. But some officers who spoke anonymously have concerns they’ll have to explain every move they make.
School districts around the country — including Boston — are adding GPS technology to buses allowing parents to know the exact location of their kids. Does the ability to track your children give you peace of mind or make you worry that others can do the same?
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Boston Police say they’ve caught the second man suspected in a gunfight with officers in Dorchester earlier this week.
Transit police say a woman followed her GPS right into the path of an oncoming train in Belmont.
Lowell’s City Council will vote Tuesday night on a new police patrolmen’s contract that includes a controversial plan to track officers.