Google Latitude
Google launched its much-anticipated location-tracking service, Latitude, which uses the GPS hardware found in smart phones to pinpoint your position on a map and share that information with your friends. The where about can be tracked on a Google map using it’s My Location feature, either from a handset or from a personal computer. Besides the friend’s locations in Latitude you can also get in touch via SMS, Google Talk, Gmail, or by updating your status message.

With Google Latitude, you can:

Share Location:
Location sharing starts only when both you and a friend agree. Invite friends via email or easily add them from your Gmail contacts.

Control privacy:
You can share, set, or hide your location – or turn off Google Latitude – from the privacy menu. You can also hide your location or share only a city-level location with certain friends. For more information, see the Privacy FAQs.

Share status:
Create a status message and upload your photo within Latitude. It also syncs directly with Google Talk. Check your friends’ status messages to see what your friends are up to.

Contact your friends:
Quickly contact your friends with an SMS, IM, or phone call. You can also get directions to lead you to your friends.

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