The FCC wants all phones to have GPS by 2018 to aid 911 emergency responses. The FCC mobile gave manufacturers an eight-year timetable to create location-capable handsets starting in 2010. The FCC is aiming for 85% of carriers’ users to have a GPS-enabled device by 2018. Read the full article at PCMag.com
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