Where they be at?

So you got family and friends that are sooo close that they constantly want to keep track of where everyone else is at? Well that's kinda freaky and probably has some privacy boundaries being crossed, but GPSGate can git-er-done.

"You need to approve which people can track your position and then you need to set up on your PC or device how often you want your position updated. You will also be able to install a Google Earth plug-in and view positions on a satellite map. We geeks who can't control our spending would probably even find it fun to track the FedEx truck right to our house, which may be coming in the future as Franson develops the business tools portion of the service."
- Geek.com

[via Geek.com]

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