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You’ll Soon Be Able To Share Your Smartphone GPS With Linux Desktop Apps

A GNOME desktop apps will soon be able to get location data from Android phones. A Google Summer of Code project is aiming to create a bridge that uses an Android smartphone to provide more accurate location data to desktop apps using the GNOME geo-location service ‘GeoClue‘. Most Linux distributions, including Ubuntu, come with this desktop location detection framework built-in. But […]