Google Latitude can be your alibi

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Google helps you get out of the situation when you feel that you are wrongly accussed. Yes now Google can be your alibi if you turn on the new feature by google which can retrace your Foot prints.

Google is bringing a significant update to the free Latitude application, a location-awareness app available for many mobile devices. The update will allow people to track everywhere they've been, and how long they stayed in each location. Coupled with Google Maps or Google Earth integration, it even lets people "replay" a trip they took.

This is interesting feature by Google Latitudes that now you can replay your life.In addition to this new feature, Latitude now lets you do a couple more things that you may or may not find useful:

1) You can have Google Latitude automatically update your Google Talk “status” to reveal your current city-level location.

2) Be alerted if you and any of your friends get close to each other by accident. This feature will only be triggered if:

You or your friend are at an unusual place, filtering out routine alert cases at home or work.
You or your friend are at a routine place but at an unusual time.
3) You can now publish your location using a latitude “badge” on your website. You can restrict this to city-level if you’re worried about everyone knowing your exact location.

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