When you want to know where you've been using GPS, you basically have two options: active tracking and passive tracking.
Passive tracking is what most users of this site are doing: an electronic devices stores the positions internally and these positions are recovered at a later time.
Active tracking generally implies the transmission of the current position to some kind of server in "real time". And that is most of the time done using the GSM/GPRS network.
When I discovered about 'Kookoo', the tracked cat back in May, I had no idea that I was going to work on a project to track dogs. And yet, I did.
GPSLog Labs is another site where you can store your tracks that is well worth a visit. It analyses your track to find positions where you stopped and splits the track in several subsections.
The site is pretty responsive too.
I added this to the list of sites where you can share your tracks.
I discovered an 'open' service that I did not know about yet: Open Route Service. The site demonstrates the route calculation between two positions on the map. I did not test it a lot, but I will likely look into it later.
If you test it more before I do, do not hesitate to leave a comment.
I received an iBlue 747 A+ sample today form Transystem. After unpacking I put it to the test.
I wanted to try the connection to BT747 as fast as possible, so I connected the device to my PC and tried to connect to the usual port. No success. I open the Configuration panel to go to the System control and to check the Hardware drivers. Nothing there either.
When switching on the iBlue747A+, windows detected a new device being connected to the computer. The previous version was detected even without switching the device on, but not so for the new device.