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Old 09-12-2005, 11:18 AM   #1
Bob Russell
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Why does my Treo need a separate device for GPS?

Aren't all phones now required to have the ability to send their location for emergency services? (That little logo generally shows when it's on.)

So, on my Treo for example, why do I need a seperate GPS device? Isn't that redundant? Or is that location dependent on cell tower locations and not accessible to applications?

Anyone know how this all works?
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