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April 27, 2010

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I also think location based service are on the top of the hype arc and are coming down, but for the sake of speculation I would say that in the future location based services will be everywhere. There is no doubt about that advertising and control (where are my worker bees right now :) needs this to run it's business efficiently. There are already many places, like the PocketCop example, in professional or business world where it can be utilized today and get the benefits. In the future it will be in every hand held device (celltower or GPS location) you carry with you and so it will become ubiquitous to the average user. Will there be any profit for businesses? Maybe, if they are smart e.g. carriers/operators provide in exchange to free data plan to use your location to allow marketing etc. Will there be benefits for parents wondering where their children are. Absolutely.

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I also think location based service are on the top of the hype arc and are coming down, but for the sake of speculation I would say that in the future location based services will be everywhere. There is no doubt about that advertising and control (where are my worker bees right now :) needs this to run it's business efficiently.

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