Motorola Ditches Google Location Services
In a recent development, Motorola has announced that it is replacing Google location services in a vast majority of its devices with Skyhook location services.
Skyhook, which is already used in Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, triangulates your location by using a large grid of WiFi hotspots. According to Motorola’s press release, this will provide Motorola Android devices with more accurate location based services for apps such as Yelp, Foursquare and Maps.
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