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One of the most common questions I get is, “What makes one GPS tracker better than another?”. The answer is that one isn’t really better than the other, they are just better suited for different purposes. One person may need to closely track a single vehicle, while another may be trying to manage an entire fleet, and a third person may just want to know where a vehicle is during certain hours. While just about any of our trackers could be used for any of these purposes, one may be a better choice.

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iphonethiefHow ironic. In the midst of Jordan Sturm’s demo of Apple’s  GPS-based app, “Find My iPhone,” a bike riding thief grabbed the new iPhone and rode off, thinking he was now the proud owner of the much sought after device. Unfortunately for the thief, 31-year-old Horatio Toure, the app installed on this iPhone was designed to use the phone’s GPS tracker capabilities to provide real-time location updates so police officers and its owner can track the phone’s whereabouts in real-time.

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