geo-navigation love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. That mode of navigation in which the place of a ship at sea is determined by referring it, by the course and distance sailed, to some other spot on the surface of the earth. See dead-reckoning.


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  • Moreover, unlike the PC, where "good enough" was the bar required to seize the market, the mobile consumer expects seamless interaction and robust performance across multiple modalities, including voice, search, geo-navigation, communications, gaming, and social networking.

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  • "there" even with the help of an Apache Longbow helicopter with advanced geo-navigation systems.

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