Life360 extends its family geo-location capabilities to IFTTT’s internet-of-things recipe library. Now IFTTT can trigger events not just based on the actions of a user, but also on the collective actions of a whole family.
As a smartwatch for children, FiLIP doesn’t have much in the way of apps, but what it lacks in functions it makes up for in connectivity. Consequently AT&T isn’t treating this wearable like a mere peripheral.
Life360 has always confined its location-sharing network to the family, but with a new feature called Circles, the company is opening your network up a broader group of friends and trusted users.
Life360 got an unexpected post-Christmas gift this year. In January, downloads of its app began skyrocketing in Asia, Europe and South America, even though its designed solely for U.S. use.
A small startup trying to gain traction in the Windy City, Evzdrop has designed geo-social network that doesn’t connect you to your friends but to strangers wherever you happen to be.
Why check your phone for deals when you can check your car dashboard instead? Ford has integrated deal-broker Roximity’s location-based offers app with its Sync connected car platform, allowing drivers to verbally search for nearby bargains without slowing down.
Geoloqi, a platform for location services, launched in February, offering developers an simple and battery-efficient way to implement background location tracking and geo-fencing. Now, the company is teaming up with Appcelerator, who will make a Geoloqi module available for its Titanium platform.