Monday, July 03, 2006

Leopard to Featured GPS Tracking?

According to insiders at the Cupertino-based computer giant, the next version of Apple's operating system may let you track belongings through clever GPS and integrated mapping.

Over at Appleinsider, those in the know say Mac OS X Leopard will come bundled with software simply dubbed “Maps,” which will work in a similar way to Google Maps and Microsoft's Virtual Earth.

The software will reportedly use GPS, and those who have seen it in action reckon it could even track down stolen Apple goods.

We'll find out in August when we get out first glimpse of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard at WWDC.

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