GPS Maps Newsletter December

GPS Maps Newsletter December

December 2011 edition of GPS Map Newsletter published with wishes for Christmas and New Year and links to the followings:

Garmin GPS Navigation Software, Navitel Navigation Software, Maps of Middle Eastern Countries, Compatible Mobiles & Smartphones list, Free Geocaching Software, Armenia GPS map for Garmin, Navitel for Mobiles, CityGuide Navigation Software, Free Navigation Software, GPS map for Mobiles & Smartphones, GPS map in Farsi (Persian), Garmin City maps, Azerbaijan GPS map for Garmin and CityGuide for mobiles

October issue of GPS Maps Newsletter

October issue of GPS Maps Newsletter

The GPS Maps Newsletter for October, covers following: – Never Get Lost In A City, – GPS shoes for Alzheimer’s patients, – GPS Maps of countries in the Muddle East, – Garmin City maps, – GPS/GSM Tracker, – GPS & Sat Nav, – GPS maps of Iran, Azerbaijan, Armenia and …, – Other editions of GPS maps newsletters. Read more

 

GPS MAP Newsletter, August edition

GPS MAP Newsletter, August edition

August issue of MemNav GPS Map Newsletter covers its first year celebration. It is now a year that we published the first number of this newsletter. Our GPS map newsletter in the past year covered GPS news, trend and market player in the Middle East and Iran. In each issue we brought a different articles and news related to GPS and its trend in the Middle East.


From July 2010 to July 2011, among other news we covered; Trends in the GPS map industry, GPS tracking system, Vehicle Tracking Software Applications, Iran GPS Map, GPS Vehicle Tracking Device, Outdated GPS map can be dangerous, Center point for Iran GPS map, About WAAS Technology and … Read more

GPS MAP Newsletter

GPS MAP Newsletter, July edition

July GPS map newsletter is out now and covers; GPS features for Outdoor use, Find your destination in second, A Safer Driver With GPS, Free GPS software & Maps, Recent Editions.

You can also find regional GPS Map News including; Iran Digital Map for GPS, PND and Mobiles, Armenia GPS map for Garmin, GPS vs Sat Nav and POI Bank on Iran GPS Map. Read more

Stop GPS to reveal your location

Stop GPS to reveal your location

GPS system data can be recorded when someone takes a picture of you, and you might not even be aware of it. Location information (GPS system coordinates) stored inside photos can reveal your home address, work address, and places you or your children frequent. Geotags can make it very easy for people to determine exactly where you are and when. The good news is that there are easy ways to protect your privacy and prevent GPS location data from being revealed in your photos. Yes, there are several ways to do this. Here are a handful of easy ways that aren’t too complicated and don’t take require you to have expensive software. 

How to Remove GPS Location Data From Your Photos: If you’re not sure if your photo has location metadata, there are two easy ways to check. First, try right-clicking on your image file. Then choose Properties, then Details. Scroll down to GPS and check for coordinates. Or, go to stolencamerafinder.com and drag your photo onto the box.

Don’t worry if it says “fail” – you can still click the link to view the exif data. Scroll down and look for the GPS data. If there is GPS data recorded in your photos, follow these steps to remove it:

1. Open your photo in any program. Display it on the screen so that it looks exactly how you would like.

2. Press the PRINT SCREEN button on your keyboard, which is often in the upper right-hand corner. The print screen button may simply say “prt sc” or something similar. After you hit the button, nothing appears to have happened, but chances are it worked. Continue on to Step 3.

3. Next, open up Windows Paint or Microsoft PowerPoint and then paste by pressing CTRL-V. Your screenshot should appear. Make sure you paste a screen shot of the image and do NOT simply open the photo in Windows Paint and then resave it, or your GPS location data may be preserved.

4. Use the Save As feature, then choose “other formats” such as .JPG.

How to Prevent GPS Location Data From Being Recorded in Your Photos:

iPhone – Go to Settings, General, Location Services. Here you can set which applications can access your GPS coordinates, or disable the feature entirely. If you use your GPS tracking your children’s whereabouts or to find local restaurants and services on the go – then don’t disable the features entirely.

BlackBerry – Click the camera icon, press the Menu button and choose “Options”. Set the “Geotagging” setting to “Disabled”. Save the updated settings.

Android – Open the Camera application, select “Store Location” and set it to “Off”.

Facebook – removes geotags from uploaded photos, however other social networking sites do not. Look into your privacy settings and turn off location sharing.

Source: IranMap.com

GPS MAP Newsletter, June edition

GPS MAP Newsletter, June edition

This month GPS map newsletter is published and covers; Why Buy A GPS Navigation, Two key factors in Navigation, Why a Dedicated GPS System is Safer, Recent Editions and Regional GPS Map News including: Iran Digital Map for GPS, PND and MobilesIran GPS Map’s online shop with new featuresArmenia GPS map for GarminGPS Glossary of Terms andCompatible Mobiles with Iran GPS Map More information