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2-10x as fast and accurate vs. Google Play Services, no false positives. Solves background location issues with Android 8 and 9 (Oreo and Pie).
Android/iOS TruePath (road snapping)
Match notoriously messy GPS data to roads, even in areas where tall buildings block the GPS signal, such as San Francisco, Chicago, and New York.
Low power background location
Continuous tracking of visits and paths, with near zero battery drain.
As announced on the Flickr Blog, Flickr has launched a new website for developers: Flickr Code. And besides announcing the new site they've both a) given interesting details on just how much API traffic they do each day (see below), and b) they announced they're open sourcing Flickr Uploadr, the cross-platform (Windows and OS X) desktop tool for uploading photos to Flickr.
W3C recently released the first draft of the Proximity Sensor API based on the Generic Sensor API specification. Researcher and W3C Invited Expert Lukasz Olejnik has raised privacy a few concerns regarding the W3C Proximity Sensor API, specifically that it could be used for user fingerprinting.
Verifone, a payments and commerce solutions provider, has announced that the company is leading an effort to define and implement the Conexxus Mobile Standard, a new Mobile API standard that aims to coordinate interactions between mobile payment and loyalty program applications.